Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd Test, Sharjah - Live Score

Cricket Live Score of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3rd Test - Sharjah on Jan 16, 2014. Get Cric Live Score of Sri Lanka vs Pakistan, 3rd Test of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2013-14. SL vs PAK 3rd Test begins at 10:00 Local Time onwards on Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah.

New Zealand vs West Indies 2nd T20, Wellington - Live Score

Cricket Live Score of New Zealand vs West Indies 2nd T20 - Wellington on Jan 15, 2014. Get Cric Live Score of West Indies vs New Zealand, 2nd T20 of West Indies tour of New Zealand 2013-14. WI vs NZ 2nd T20 begins at 19:00 Local Time onwards on Westpac Stadium, Wellington.

New Zealand vs West Indies 1st T20, Auckland - Live Score

Cricket Live Score of New Zealand vs West Indies 1st T20 - Auckland on Jan 11, 2014. Get Cric Live Score of West Indies vs New Zealand, 1st T20 of West Indies tour of New Zealand 2013-14. WI vs NZ 1st T20 begins at 19:00 Local Time onwards on Eden Park, Auckland.

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test, Abu Dhabi - Live Score

Cricket Live Score of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test - Abu Dhabi on Jan 8, 2014. Get Cric Live Score of Sri Lanka vs Pakistan, 2nd Test of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2013-14. SL vs PAK 2nd Test begins at 10:00 Local Time onwards on Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.

Points Table for 2014 World Twenty20

Posted on Dec 11, 2013 by admin
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has changed the format of the World T20 Championship. The next edition which will kick off next year in Bangladesh will be played on new format. Now, with the changed format, the importance of the T20 Points Table has increased. The cricket fans will have to keep his eyes on the T20 World Cup Points table regularly to find out what’s the position of their teams in the tournament. The T20 2014 Points Table will be a bit different from the World Twenty20 Points table of previous editions. This time, there will not be a single T20 Team Standing. You will see T20 Points Table of different groups. Let me explain. In the first round which is the qualifying round, 8 teams (6 associates + 2 test playing nations) will be participating. Those 8...Read More

After making a commendable effort in the first test match against New Zealand wherein Bangladesh wer

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 by admin
After making a commendable effort in the first test match against New Zealand wherein Bangladesh were shoulder to shoulder to their Kiwi counterparts, Bangladesh won the toss for the second test match and opted to bat first. Opener Tamim Iqbal justified the decision of Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim to bat first. Even though Anamul Haque could not last on pitch for a long time and perished on a personal score of 7, Tamim Iqbal went on to build partnerships with Marshall Ayub and Mominul Haque. Marshall Ayub and Mominul Haque made 41 and 47 runs respectively. Meanwhile, on the other side, Tamim Iqbal continued post his half century even though wickets of Marshall Ayub and Mominul Haque perished. Tamim Iqbal was next to follow his teammates back to the pavilion. It was heartbreak...Read More

Sachin Tendulkar to play his final international match at his home ground

Posted on Oct 20, 2013 by admin
The moment Sachin Tendulkar announced that he would play his last international match as his 200th Test Cap against West Indies, appreciation and awe of cricket admirers for the unprecedented career of Master of Cricket has started raining and is continuing to flood the social networking sites, print and digital media. Currently at 198 Test Cap, the two test matches in the imminent West Indies tour of India in November 2013 would complete what would be in most likelihood a record which shall never be broken. However, the suspense over the venue of Sachin Tendulkar’s final and 200th Test Match was a matter of much speculation. The Board of Cricket Control in India follows a rotation policy for hosting of matches at venues in India. This perspective put Kolkata’s iconic...Read More

New Zealand post 469 runs in first inning

Posted on Oct 11, 2013 by admin
The decision of New Zealand captain to bat first after winning the toss in the first test match between New Zealand and Bangladesh, played at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhary Stadium of Chittagong, proved fruitful for the visiting side right from the start. New Zealand’s top order played inspiringly and what could have been a competitive total was converted into a mammoth total by wicketkeeper Watling and eleventh man Boult’s batting prowess. New Zealand posted a total of 469 runs. Towards the end of the second day’s play which was brought to an abrupt halt by weather interruptions, Bangladesh looked on course to give a fight to Kiwis’ first innings total. However, the start for the chase for the home side looked far from being ideal. Tamim Iqbal was sent back to...Read More
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