Australia set sights on ODI whitewash in Dhaka

Australia set sights on ODI whitewash in Dhaka

Australia's cricket team is poised for a potential ODI series whitewash against Bangladesh as they aim to fine-tune their strategies ahead of the upcoming T20 World Cup. With two comprehensive victories already secured, Australia's top-order is gearing up for another challenging encounter in Dhaka.

Challenging Conditions and Adaptation


Four Bangladeshi women umpires in ICC panel

Bangladesh's women's cricket has reached a significant milestone with the inclusion of four Bangladeshi female umpires in the International Cricket Council (ICC) panel for the first time. Additionally, Supriya Rani has been selected as a match referee, marking a historic achievement for women's cricket in the country. This report aims to provide an overview of this accomplishment and its implications for the sport. New Additions to the ICC Panel The announcement was made by Iftekhar Ahmed Mithu, chairman of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) umpires' committee, at the Sher-e-Bangla

Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka - First Test, Day One

Bangladesh demonstrated a disciplined bowling performance to dismiss Sri Lanka for 280 runs in their first innings of the first cricket Test match, despite centuries from skipper Dhananjaya de Silva and Kamindu Mendis. The Bangladeshi fast bowlers, led by Syed Khaled Ahmed and debutant Nahid Rana, played pivotal roles in restricting the visitors' batting lineup. Bowling Highlights Fast bowler Syed Khaled Ahmed showcased exceptional pace bowling, claiming 3 wickets for 72 runs. Debutant Nahid Rana made an impressive start to his Test career, taking 3 wickets for 87 runs, including the