Mustafizur comes in for praise as Bangladesh eye series win


As their maiden T20 series against Australia rests on the results of this game, Bangladesh’s Mahedi Hasan tried to keep expectations down as they lead 2-0 with a straight third win at Sher-e Bangla National Stadium.

“It’s not only me everyone in the team is thinking to move forward on match-by-match process,” Mahedi told reporters. ”As we have a third T20I coming up tomorrow, we are fully focusing on that and later will think of next game.”

Bangladesh to host New Zealand in September for five T20Is

Bangladesh to host New Zealand

Bangladesh will host New Zealand for a five-match T20I series in September this year. This is the first time that Bangladesh has hosted an international cricket match against one of its top competitors and they are looking forward to it! The two teams will use this as part of their preparations for the World Cup, which begins just after these matches conclude so watch out world because we’re coming at you next month with all our might!

New Zealand will arrive in Dhaka on August 24 to face their first test series of the year. They’ll play a warm-up game and then square off against Bangladesh for five games at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, beginning September 1st!

New Zealand is eager to make the most of this tour as well, with conditions for the T20 World Cup expected to be similar. They last visited these shores eight years ago when they were stunned 3-0 in a 50 over game by an Asian side.


  • 1st T20I – September 1, 2021
  • 2nd T20I – September 3, 2021
  • 3rd T20I – September 5, 2021
  • 4th T20I – September 8, 2021
  • 5th T20I – September 10, 2021

Injured Jofra Archer ruled out for rest of the year

Jofra Archer

It was recently announced by the England and Wales Cricket Board that Jofra Archer will be out of action for the rest of 2019 because his stress fracture on his right elbow has recurred. The 26-year old cricketer missed matches during both this year’s tour to South Africa, as well as India earlier in 2020 but managed to play through a lot of pain before deciding it would not get any better with time off. Now he will not be able to represent England in upcoming T20 World cup.

Jofra Archer is one player who you can almost always count on when he takes up position at either end of the pitch; however, due to setbacks from injury over recent years we’ve seen him absent more often than usual lately. Injuries have unfortunately been an issue for here since 2016 when he first injured.

Archer returned to action for Sussex in the County Championship, but his elbow injury flared up again and he did not bowl on the final two days of that game against Kent. Archer has been ruled out for both home series against New Zealand due to this latest setback.

Jofra Archer has not only fractured his right elbow again, but he’s also been found to be suffering the same injury for a second time. The ECB announced this week that further scans revealed Jofra had suffered another stress fracture in his arm and would need more rehabilitation before being able to play cricket once again.

Cricketing legend Ricky Ponting has been ruled out for the rest of 2019 due to an injury he sustained while playing in a T20 game.

This will be devastating news for many cricket fans, but they can take comfort knowing that by using their Cricket World Cup 2020 tickets now at Ticketloot, they are guaranteed seats and experience like no other!

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