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532dThe Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Gillespie rattles Bangladesh

The Australians, no doubt stung by that embarrassment at Fatullah, hit back with vengeance as Bangladesh collapsed to 197

532dThe Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Warne strikes after Dizzy double

A memorable maiden double-hundred by Jason Gillespie, the first-ever by a nightwatchman, and a strokeful 182 from Michael Hussey charged Australia to a dominant position at tea on the fourth afternoon at Chittagongg

532dThe Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Wet conditions force abandonment

Wet conditions forced play to be abandoned on the second day but not before Phil Jaques had reached his maiden Test fifty

532dThe Bulletin by Sriram Veera

Gillespie ton builds Australian lead

The designated nightwatchman Jason Gillespie blended austerity with moments of indulgence: 45 scoring shots out of 300 balls faced, to charge Australia to a position of dominance at tea on the third day

532dCricinfo staff

Time to 'forget' Johannesburg epic - Ponting

According to Ricky Ponting, Australia's unforgettable one-day loss to South Africa last month is not a consideration as his side prepares to play Bangladesh in three matches beginning on Sunday

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Dizzy Gillespie delighted with century

Jason Gillespie has become the first Australian nightwatchman to score a century in almost 30 years and was in a state of shock after reaching the landmark

532dThe Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

The tailender who isn't

Unlike Samson, at first glance, Jason Gillespie hasn't lost any strength

532dCricinfo staff

Ponting fined after umpire incident

Ricky Ponting has been fined 25 per cent of his match fee for breaching the ICC code of conduct during the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong

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Ponting will be asked to explain dissent

James Sutherland has said that he will call Ricky Ponting to hear his perspective of the incident that cost him 25% of his match fees during the second Test against Bangladesh at Chittagong

532dThe Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

Second fiddle, first class

Stuart MacGill rarely looks happy. Not when he delivers the ball, not when he is hit for four, not when he beats the bat and certainly not when an appeal is turned down

532dCricinfo staff

Media protests assault on photographer

The local media at the Chittagong Divisional Stadium staged a walkout to protest against what they perceived was high-handed treatment by the police on the opening day of the second Test

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Australian behaviour has improved: Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar has defended Ricky Ponting who was found guilty of dissent and fined 25% of his match fees during the second Test against Bangladesh at Chittagong