Bangladesh Test skipper Mushfiqur Rahim said on Thursday that the prospect of Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazelwood missing the forthcoming two-Test series in Bangladesh would not give them any advantage. Australian newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald quoting Cricket Australia’s team performance manager Pat Howard informed
Australia’s middle order batsman Steven Smith, who is expected to lead the devastated side in Bangladesh in October for a two-match Test series, said the Tigers will not be an easy prey for his side. Smith is widely expected to take over from retiring Michael Clarke, who announced his retirement in the wake of humiliating Ashes defeat to arch-rivals England with one match to go.
Pakistan players were relieved ending the series on a winning note as that will help the team to get some confidence back, said skipper Misbah-ul-Haq on Saturday. Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by 328 runs inside four days to clinch the two-match Test series that ended their miserable run in the tour as they were clean swept in the one-day internationals and lone
Visiting Pakistan cricket team is looking forward to end their disastrous tour of Bangladesh with an emphasis on a particular event rather than thinking about the outcome of the final match. A demoralised Pakistan will take on high-flying Bangladesh in the second and final match of the two-match Test series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium today after the first Test ended in