Bangladesh

4:38 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Bangladesh will have a strong South African presence in their backroom after Russell Domingo was named head coach for a two-year period on Friday. The 44-year-old pipped Mike Hesson and Mickey Arthur in the race to succeed Steve Rhodes, who parted ways with the BCB after the team finished eighth
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8:03 AM ET Tamim Iqbal has requested for a break from cricket. The 30-year old opener had gone to the Bangladesh Cricket Board, seeking some time off in early August and ESPNcricinfo understands that it has now been approved. As a result, he will miss next month’s one-off Test against Afghanistan and the T20I tri-series
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10:39 AM ET Chandika Hathurusingha‘s return as Bangladesh’s head coach is closer to becoming reality after Nazmul Hassan, the Bangladesh Cricket Board president, said he could become a candidate for the job after the Sri Lanka-Bangladesh ODI series. Khaled Mahmud will be the coach of the team in an interim capacity for the Sri Lanka
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11:35 PM ET Madushka Balasuriya Lasith Malinga is set to retire from ODIs after the first game of the upcoming three-match series against Bangladesh. This will give Sri Lanka a chance to identify their next line of wicket-taking bowlers, which will be their “biggest problem” going forward, according to captain Dimuth Karunaratne. “Our biggest problem
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10:45 AM ET BCB director Khaled Mahmud is “close” to becoming Bangladesh’s temporary head coach for the upcoming three ODIs against hosts Sri Lanka, according to his colleague Akram Khan, the chairman of the cricket operations committee. Mahmud will replace Steve Rhodes who was removed from the head coach’s position last week through “mutual consent”
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12:28 PM ET Mohammad Isam in London Steve Rhodes‘ term as Bangladesh’s head coach has come to a premature end following the team’s eighth-place finish at the World Cup. Rhodes, who took over in June 2018, was on a two-year contract that was originally set to run until next year’s World T20. The BCB and
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