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Cricketer Arafat Sunny held in ICT case

National cricket spinner Arafat Sunny was arrested in Amin Bazar in a case filed with Mohammadpur thana under Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act, police said today, reports agencies.

AUS v PAK, 4th ODI
Australia bat, Zampa in for Faulkner

Steven Smith won the toss and Australia will bat first as they aim to wrap up a series victory against Pakistan in the fourth ODI at the SCG, reports cricinfo.

SL aim to plug losing streak against dominant hosts

SA v SL
SL aim to plug losing streak against dominant hosts

A week ago, Sri Lanka were humiliated in Johannesburg, where they lost 16 wickets and succumbed to their biggest defeat of the three-Test series.

Persistent rain washes out day three

NZ v BAN, 2nd Test
Persistent rain washes out day three

Persistent rain ruled out any chance of play on the third day of the second Test at Hagley Oval, reports cricinfo.

Mathews to remain SL captain till 2019 World Cup

Mathews to remain SL captain till 2019 World Cup

Sri Lanka Cricket and Sanath Jayasuriya, the head of the national selection committee, have backed captain Angelo Mathews after SLC president Thilanga Sumathipala announced that he would remain captain until the 2019 Cricket World Cup, reports cricinfo.

New-look SA v battered SL in familiar format

SA v SL, 1st T20
New-look SA v battered SL in familiar format

In a year with no World T20, it would be easy to forget the shortest format exists at international level, but South Africa and Sri Lanka are doing their bit to keep it alive and kicking

SA beat BAN by 8 wickets in 10 overs

SA Women tour to BAN
SA beat BAN by 8 wickets in 10 overs

South Africa Women cricket team beat Bangladesh Women by 8 wickets in the fifth and final One Day Interantional here at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium.

Southee 5-for bowls Bangladesh out for 289

NZ v BAN, 2nd Test
Southee 5-for bowls Bangladesh out for 289

Tim Southee and Trent Boult shared nine wickets as New Zealand bowled Bangladesh out for 289, pegging the visitors back after a 127-run third-wicket stand between Soumya Sarkar and Shakib Al Hasan had threatened to set up a big first-innings total on a flat Hagley Oval surface, reports cricinfo.