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  • Riders fined for slow over rate

    Rangpur Riders were fined for a slow over rate during their Bangladesh Premier League match against the defending champion Dhaka Dynamites on Tuesday.

  • Chris Gayle

    'Locals need roles to perform'

    If someone tends to pick some moments from the Dhaka leg of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the way off-spinner Mahedi Hasan bamboozled the dashing Brendon McCullum deserves a place on the list.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib accepts penalties

    Dhaka Dynamites skipper Shakib Al Hasan was fined 50 per cent of his match fee and slapped with three demerit points yesterday

  • Pacer Thisara Perera

    Perera's last-over magic

    Rangpur Riders pulled off a thrilling three-run win against Dhaka Dynamites in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur yesterday.

  • Ariful Haque

    Ariful conjures Titans' 4th win

    Young paceman Hossain Ali was intelligent enough to bowl it full and straight and hit the middle stump after Mahmudullah Riyad missed the first two

  • Sylhet stumble at the death

    The 117-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Sabbir Rahman and skipper Nasir Hossain proved insufficient for Sylhet Sixers

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shoaib, Hasan lift Comilla

    Seasoned Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik displayed calm amidst the chaos to salvage a win for compatriot pacer Hasan Ali and thwart

  • Explosive duo disappoint

    The huge crowd which had gathered yesterday to witness some big hitting from West Indies giant Chris Gayle and hard-hitting Kiwi

  • Kieron Pollard

    Dhaka dancing to calypso tune

    If the Sylhet Sixers were the team to watch in the Sylhet leg of the Bangladesh Premier League, then Shakib Al Hasan's Dhaka Dynamites took the baton in the Dhaka leg as they maintained their unbeaten run by handing a 68-run defeat to the Rajshahi Kings at

  • Khulna in 2nd spot after tricky chase

    Skipper Mahmudullah Riyad and Ariful Haque put on a match-winning fifth-wicket stand of 70 runs to help guide Khulna Titans to a five-wicket win,

  • 'I aim to entertain'

    If one were to sit down and pen a T20 world eleven, it is a safe bet that the two names selected to open the innings in most people's judgement would be the current opening pair of the Mashrafe Bin Mortaza-led Rangpur Riders. West Indies' Chris Gayle is far and away

  • Rain, goli cricket and Baz's desire

    One can only imagine the carnage that will be unleashed if both Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum click simultaneously when they

  • BPL Points Table 2017

    Depression hits cricket fans

    Inclement weather played a part for the first time in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) yesterday when both the games were washed out without a ball being bowled at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

  • Liam Plunkett

    'Cricket passion is in my blood'

    Fast bowler Liam Plunkett has established himself in the England limited-overs side in the past two-three years with some fine

  • 'NOC limitations not a big deal'

    ODI skipper and Bangladesh cricket's senior statesman Mashrafe Bin Mortaza seemed unperturbed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board's

  • Mushfiqur Rahim

    Big changes in the offing

    The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is in full swing but two off-field issues have taken some sheen off the 'cricketainment'. The final

  • Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium

    Sylhet Sixers-Khulna Titans match abandoned due to rain

    Rain causes abandonment of the BPL match between Sylhet Sixers and Khulna Titans.

  • Comilla complete Ctg double

    Comilla Victorians registered their third consecutive win, the second over Chittagong Vikings, this time by six wickets, in a Bangladesh Premier League encounter at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday.

  • Jahurul Islam

    Pollard trumps Brathwaite

    After a few dull matches in the Dhaka leg of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur was

  • Tamim Iqbal

    Tamim set to return today

    Tamim Iqbal will return to action today when his side Comilla Victorians take on Chittagong Vikings in today's second match of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

  • Sunil Narine

    'Relaxed Shakib gets the best out of us'

    Shakib Al Hasan led Dhaka Dynamites to the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) title last season and his star-studded side are once again on a mission for a repeat in the fifth edition of the BPL.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Still waiting for local prowess

    One of the most noticeable aspects of the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League is perhaps the lack of intensity in the 12 matches so

  • Second leg beginning with new promise

    After a four-week gap, the second leg of the Bangladesh Premier League starts today with a promise of tough battle as the participating teams have reshuffled their squads with the inclusion and exclusion of foreign and local players.

  • 'Media focuses more on BPL performances'

    There are many reasons behind the clamouring for performances from local domestic cricketers in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier

  • Rashid Khan

    Afghans power Victorians

    Comilla Victorians' Afghan recruits, skipper Mohammad Nabi and leg-spinner Rashid Khan, provided a winning platform with some

  • Young pace bowler Abu Jayed

    Jayed, Ariful deliver easy win

    With all the focus on the lack of quality performances from Bangladeshi players in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League, Khulna

  • Comilla Victorians skipper Tamim Iqbal

    Cricketainment in capital from today

    Unlike the high demand and scramble for match tickets that created headlines during the Sylhet phase of the Bangladesh Premier

  • Luke Ronchi-BPL


    Chittagong Vikings' Kiwi opener Luke Ronchi continued his terrific hitting from their first game. It was Rangpur

  • Pacer Taskin Ahmed

    Vikings halt Riders

    Powered by a blistering knock from Luke Ronchi and a three-wicket over from fast bowler Taskin Ahmed, Chittagong

  • Practice turns into get-together

    The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) can be a taxing event to any cricketer and this, the fifth edition of the tournament, is no different. Hence it is understandable that management has afforded rest days, with yesterday being one such day.