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New Zealand in Bangladesh, 2013


You may say I'm a pragmatist, but I'm not the only one

After the first Test against New Zealand ended in a draw, our forums lit up with what if scenarios. Should Bangladesh have gone for it? A member poses this question directly to our author who also happens to our resident arm-char all-rounder. His response is definitely worth a read.

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First Test Face-off: Tigers vs Black Caps

What happens if you do a head to head comparison between the two teams based on several cricket elements? The author does just that and prognosticates which team has the edge as the first Test gets underway. Advantage Bangladesh, he claims.

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Well, it is that time of the year again! Again the Blackcaps will meet us at home after two and a half years. Bangladesh have come back strong many times, not the least of which, was the dramatic victory at home, again in...yup, you guessed it... October! Birthday boy Zeeshan* (*not to confuse with New Zealand player Neesham) invites fellow Libras to check in for a non-stop, full-on, blast of a party for thirty days straight! Check your local listings for schedule, venue and Red Bull vendors.

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Preview: New Zealand tour of Bangladesh, 2013

A five-month hiatus which seems like five years is finally coming to an end for Bangladesh cricket. Due to the declining interest of fanbase, with rain playing a spoilsport in addition to the performance of the team itself, the tournament needs a much-awaited jolt, if not a miracle, to wake us up. What does the future hold? Rinat Haque takes a look dissecting the strategy of spinners vs. seamers, the team selection and warns us to be wary of a Kiwi domination.

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Taylor wary of Bangladesh threat

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has played down any talk of revenge of his side's 2010 drubbing at the hands of Bangladesh, ahead of the first of two Tests. A sunny morning in Chittagong finally allowed the tourists their first outdoor training session at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. The past two weeks had only seen rainy and gloomy weather, which had completely washed out the practice match at the MA Aziz Stadium.

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