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Bangladesh has the most matches in ICC FTP 2023-27
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 18: ICC, the apex governing body in world cricket, has published the complete future tour schedule (Future Tour Plan-FTP) for the cycle from 2023 to 2027. The number of matches in the next four-year cycle has increased by 83 compared to the current four-year cycle.
Bangladesh to host 2024 Women's Cricket World Cup
Sports Correspondent, Dhaka, July 27: The ICC has approved the schedule for the new cycle of international cricket. The names of the host countries for the next four Women's Cricket World Cups in the cycle from 2024 to 2027 have been announced at the meeting of World Cricket's governing body in Birmingham, where all three events will be held in Asia. Bangladesh will host the Women's T20 World Cup in 2024.
Pacer Shahidul banned by ICC for 10 months
Dhaka, July 16: Shahidul Islam has been banned from all forms of cricket for the next 10 months. Cricket's highest governing body has punished the pacer for violating Article 2.1 of the ICC Anti-Doping Code. His sentence is effective from May 28, 2022.
Liton Das now best Bangladeshi batsman in ICC ranking with 724 points
Sports Correspondent, Dhaka, June 2: Liton Das is in perfect dream form. In the last Test against Sri Lanka, 141 and 52 runs came out of his willow in two innings. The wicketkeeper of Bangladesh cricket team got a big reward for such performance even though his team lost the match. According to the latest ICC rankings released on Wednesday, Liton holds the highest ranking and highest rating points in the country's Test history.
ICC assures necessary support for the development of Bangladesh cricket
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 24: International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman Greg Barclay has assured Bangladesh of all necessary assistance for the further development of cricket.
Four new faces introduced as Shakib, Mushfiqur among six left out from T20I squad against Pakistan
Dhaka, November 17: Following their catastrophic failure at the T20 World Cup, a massive change was expected. It was conceivable that a T20 squad would be formed with a predominance of youngsters in particular. The selectors of the Bangladesh national team have finally announced a 16-member squad for the three-match T20 series against Pakistan.
ICC congratulates the Black Caps: The inaugural World Test Champions
Dubai, June 25: The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulates the Black Caps on winning the inaugural ICC World Test Championship beating India in a riveting final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.
ICC announces 100% Cricket Future Leaders Programme batches
Dubai, June 1: 40 women from 29 ICC Member countries have been selected to be mentored as part of the ICC 100% Cricket Future Leaders Programme designed to support emerging female talent in cricket. The programme, which is part of the ICC’s long-term commitment to accelerate the growth of women’s cricket and women in cricket, received an overwhelming response of more than 300 applicants from 45 different countries.
World Test Championship Final playing conditions announced
Dubai, May 28: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday announced the playing conditions for the ICC World Test Championship Final featuring India and New Zealand at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton next month.
Response to 'Cricket's Match Fixers' broadcast by Al Jazeera
Dubai, May 18: The ICC has concluded its investigation into the documentary programme ‘Cricket’s Match Fixers’ broadcast by Al Jazeera on 27 May 2018. No charges will be bought under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code against any of the five Participants to the Code who featured in the programme due to insufficient credible and reliable evidence.
Zoysa banned for six years under ICC Anti-Corruption Code
Dubai, April 30: Sri Lanka's Nuwan Zoysa has been handed a six-year ban from all cricket after he was found guilty of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
Lokuhettige banned for eight years under ICC Anti-Corruption Code
Dubai, April 20: Sri Lanka's Dilhara Lokuhettige has been banned from all cricket for eight years under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
Southee reprimanded for breaching ICC Code of Conduct
Dubai, March 5: New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee has been reprimanded for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the third T20I against Australia in Wellington, an official press release from the ICC said.
Bangladesh cricket star Shakib Al Hasan in ICC ODI XI team of decade
Dhaka, Dec 26, 2020: The ICC, the governing body of cricket, has formed a top XI with all the cricketers who have played one-day cricket for a decade. Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan has been included in the list of the 11 best cricketers of that decade.
Cricket: BCB appoints armed bodyguard for Shakib Al Hasan after threats over attending Hindu ceremony
Dhaka, November 19: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has appointed a gunman to protect Shakib Al Hasan. The armed security guard will be with Shakib Al Hasan on his way to and from the Mirpur Stadium.