The Bangladesh Under-19 team will leave for India on November 17 to play a tri-nation championship involving the hosts and Afghanistan, said officials on Tuesday. Bangladesh juniors were expected to play a five-match one-day series against India before it was altered into a tri-nation that will be played from November 20-29 in Kolkata.
Top-order batting failure made Bangladesh ‘A’ team pay heavily in their India tour, said skipper Mominul Haque, as the players returned home on Wednesday. The second string Bangladeshi side won just one of their three one-day matches before losing both of their three-day matches, respectively against Ranji Trophy champions Karnataka
Bangladesh ‘A’ team ended their India tour with a humiliating innings and 32-run defeat to India ‘A’ in their final three-day match in Bangalore on Tuesday. The visitors survived just 39.4 overs in their second innings and got out for 151 runs after another horrible batting display. Skipper Mominul Haque and Liton Das could only show
After losing the one-day series against India ‘A’, the touring Bangladesh ‘A’ team will hope that the change of formats will bring fortune when they take on Ranji trophy champions Karnataka in a three-day match starting in Mysore today. In all the three one-day games, the visitors had their moments but failed to capitalise on that ... Read more
Bangladesh ‘A’ team is determined not to lose Tigers’ winning habits when they take on India ‘A’ team in the upcoming series, said skipper Mominul Haque on Sunday. Bangladesh ‘A’ team will leave for India today to take part in a series comprises of three one-day matches and two three-day games. Apart of left-arm spinner Saqlain ... Read more
Bangladesh ‘A’ team’s head coach Heath Streak and physiotherapist Brett Haropp will not travel India with the team due to visa hassle as Indian embassy did not give them a visa, said BCB sources on Sunday. ‘The embassy said that they need to get few more information about them,’ said an official. Assistant coach Jafrul Ehsan will ... Read more
Middle-order batsman Nasir Hossain said on Wednesday that playing against India ‘A’ team is a better option than participating in the National Cricket League. Nasir was chosen as the vice-captain of Bangladesh ‘A’ team that will tour to India from September 13 to 29 for a series compromising with three one-day matches