News

England in Bangladesh 2010 - News Archive

Tredwell pens permanent marker

Tredwell pens permanent marker

England’s James Tredwell is delighted his Test career will now be remembered for more than just a cameo after taking two wickets on his debut against Bangladesh, who closed on 330 for eight.

Read more about Tredwell pens permanent marker
Diligent England limit Tamim's damage

Diligent England limit Tamim's damage

James Coyne

Bangladesh are in danger of frittering away a golden opportunity to set the agenda in the second Test. England's new spin pairing of Graeme Swann and James Tredwell shared five wickets in Mirpur.

Read more about Diligent England limit Tamim's damage
Diligent England limit Tamim's damage

Diligent England limit Tamim's damage

James Coyne

Bangladesh were in danger of frittering away a golden opportunity to set the agenda in the second Test. James Tredwell's discipline on debut helped England restrict them to 330 for eight in Mirpur.

Read more about Diligent England limit Tamim's damage
Cook puts Mirpur in Ashes context

Cook puts Mirpur in Ashes context

Alastair Cook says the second Bangladesh Test could play a big role in his team’s Ashes defence. “This is our last away Test match before we go to Australia and that has been noted,” he announced.

Read more about Cook puts Mirpur in Ashes context
BCB bans Raqibul

BCB bans Raqibul

The Bangladesh Cricket Board has terminated the contract of Raqibul Hasan and suspended him for three months after he decided to reverse his decision to retire from international cricket.

Read more about BCB bans Raqibul
Broad boost for England

Broad boost for England

England expect Stuart Broad to be fully fit for the second Test against Bangladesh after a bout of illness - but Alastair Cook admitted they are yet to decide on the make-up of their attack in Mirpur.

Read more about Broad boost for England
Bangladesh drop Aftab and Shahadat

Bangladesh drop Aftab and Shahadat

Bangladesh have made two changes to their side for the second Test against England, with debutant Jahurul Islam and seamer Shafiul Islam coming in for Aftab Ahmed and Shahadat Hossain.

Read more about Bangladesh drop Aftab and Shahadat
KP's long and winding road

KP's long and winding road

Kevin Pietersen has called on England to produce “one final push” in Saturday's second Test against Bangladesh to end their lengthy winter on a high.

Read more about KP's long and winding road
Hawk-eye forces Pietersen into rethink

Hawk-eye forces Pietersen into rethink

Kevin Pietersen believes the increasing influence of technology will lead to batsmen all over the world assessing their technique. He was rewarded for a change in approach with 99 in the opening Test.

Read more about Hawk-eye forces Pietersen into rethink
Broad vows never to lose his appeal

Broad vows never to lose his appeal

Stuart Broad maintains England’s bowlers should continue to make their presence felt in the middle despite joining Graeme Swann in apologising for an indiscretion in the first Test win over Bangladesh.

Read more about Broad vows never to lose his appeal
Bangladesh v England Promo