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Dhaka, March 15: President Md. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have congratulated the Bangladesh cricket team for defeating the world champions England in the third match of the three-match T20 series. The President and the Prime Minister expressed their congratulations in separate messages on Tuesday.
Dhaka, March 13: Bangladesh have never played a bilateral T20 series against world champions England. And playing the T20 series against England for the first time at home, the Tigers have created history by sealing the three-match T20 series 2-0 with one match left.
Chittagong, March 6: With the aim of avoiding a whitewash in the three-match ODI home series against the England, host Bangladesh will take on the visiting team in the third and final match of the series at the Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong today. The match will start at 12 pm and T-Sports will broadcast it live.
Dhaka, March 4: England beat Bangladesh by 132 runs in the second ODI on Friday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka and secured the three-match bilateral ODI series 2-0.
Dhaka, January 30: Bangladesh is scheduled to play a home series against England in March. According to the schedule, Jos Buttler is scheduled to set foot in Bangladesh on February 20. They were supposed to play two warm-up matches as well. However, these two preparatory matches were cancelled through the agreement of the two boards.
Dhaka, October 28: Bangladesh's dream of appearing in the semi final of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup has started to blur, following the team's humiliating loss against England on Wednesday. The Tigers lost to the Three Lions by eights wickets as the latter chased down the paltry target in a little over 14 overs.