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From the Gallery: A personal account of Bangladesh vs Afghanistan at the 2015 WC opening game

The author had the pleasure and joy of being at the Manuka Oval to watch the Bangladesh team navigate what could have been a banana peel in their opening WC match against newcomer Afghanistan. He shares with us his personal and from the heart review of this match and offers some sage advice to the Bangladesh team for their next match against the home team.

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Bangladesh 2015 World Cup Preview

The Tigers enter their fifth World Cup campaign, and in many ways are the least prepared of all 14 participating teams. Bangladesh(s last international fixtures in either Australia or New Zealand were exactly five years ago at the tail end of the 2010 summer. All of the other thirteen teams have toured Oceania in more recent times. It will be extremely difficult, yet not impossible, for Bangladesh to acclimate to the largely unfamiliar conditions quickly enough to strike above expectations.

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Ananda Herath

Ananda Herath is a Sri Lankan well-wisher of Bangladesh Cricket. He has played some mercantile tournament cricket and has always been a great cricket fan. He is a keen student of the game and looks at teams like Bangladesh who are trying to make a name for themselves as did Sri Lanka in her early days. he went to the same school (Ananda College) as Sri Lankan great Arjuna Ranatunga and was in the same class as his older brother Dhammika who too played for Sri Lanka.


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Khondaker Mirazur Rahman

Khondaker Mirazur Rahman spends as much time on BanglaCricket as on his Post-Doctoral research on Gene Targeted Drug Design. Like a true scientist his articles are all well researched. He goes by the nick "Miraz" on our forums and is also a BanglaCricket editor.




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