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ICC World Cup, 2007

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Chatting with Mushfiqur Rahim and Abdur Razzak

After the final game against Ireland of a tumultuous World Cap campaign, BanglaCricket arranged for a chat session with some of the national players. BanglaCricket founder Tehsin Ali initiated the process and BCB Media Manager Rabeed Imam made it happen. We had the pleasure of hosting young and upcoming wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim and mesmerizing SLA Abdur Razzak who answered many of our fans' questions.

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Facing South Africa

Bangladesh meets South Africa for their third Super 8 match of the tournament on saturday. On the back of two losses against New Zealand and Australia, the outlook may look bleak but the team should still refocus and scrutinize their opposition without excessive caution.

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World Cup '07 success: the line between expectation and celebration

Before the World Cup 2007 started, many fans thought that the Tigers would be able to put up little fight against India and Sri Lanka. They assumed that the Tigers might be able to manage a tight win against Bermuda at best. Some brought back the memories of World Cup 2003 as a comparison to why a loss against Bermuda might be on the card.

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Super eight preview : Bangladesh aiming to surprise elites

Bangladesh finally managed to live up with their expectation and started an astounding world cup campaign to reach the super eight. After qualifying from “Group of Death” featuring India and Sri Lanka, Bangladesh is now looking forward to make big strides and establish themselves within cricket elites. the author is analyzing the prospect of Bangladesh team in the super eight stage of world cup

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Strategies for World Cup 2007

Close wins against Zimbabwe and Canada earlier this year, where the Tigers honed their "never say die" tenacity, paved the way for an exciting victory against New Zealand. Considering, the Kiwis had just handed the world champions Australia a majestic 3-0 white wash only less than a fortnight ago, the - albeit practice - win against New Zealand appears to be strong proof that we have learned to keep our cool even against a major world cricketing powerhouse.

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World Cup Preview: Bangladesh Aims to Enter The Big League

Bangladesh made perfect preparation for the world cup challenges ahead. After winning the ICC tri-series involving Bermuda and Canada at Antigua at a canter, they made the most out of the two official warm up matches.

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World Cup 2007 : A new approach

After watching the latest episode of controlled implosion against WI in a crucial tie to qualify into the main tournament, a devout fan like me and many others can't help but wonder why are we repeating the same mistakes. Despite having the resources available better than our other sports brethren, the cricket team is continuing to present us the same inconsistencies that has plagued us throughout our elevation to the elite status. No doubt, we have made progress in the last few years. We have beaten some elite teams and went ahead of fellow minnows like Kenya and Zimbabwe. But, that is hardly a consolation when we aspire to be among the elite eight of the international cricketing order. I will focus solely on our One-day team in this article with the World Cup coming soon and no Test matches scheduled for the next six months.
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