Bangladesh vs Afghanistan: Shapoor Zadran gets maiden Test call-up as visitors make six new changes in squad
The Afghanistan team will be led by leg-spinner Rashid Khan, who was appointed captain for all three formats after the country's dismal performance at the World Cup in July.
Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: 'We are drowning, but we'll take you with us', Gulbadin Naib warns Tigers
Afghanistan are already out of the tournament after losing all their six matches so far while Bangladesh are still in the reckoning with five points from six matches
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh LIVE Streaming: When and where to watch Sunday's Asia Cup match on Live TV online
Here's everything you need to know about Sunday's Asia Cup clash between Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
Highlights, Afghanistan vs Bangladesh, Asia Cup 2018 at Abu Dhabi, Full cricket score: Afghans win by 136 runs
Catch all the LIVE scores and updates from match 6 between Afghanistan and Bangladesh of the Asia Cup
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh: Asghar Stanikzai and Co's spontaneity a breath of fresh air in modern-day cricket
In this era of extreme professionalism in sports, in which each and every move of an athlete or a team is well calculated, these spontaneous Afghanistan players on the field are like a breath of fresh air. Such characters are an absolute necessity for the fans. Let’s hope, both on and off the field Stanikzai’s boys will continue to remain such flamboyant and keep us entertained.
In a freewheeling chat, Rashid Khan talks about his experience of being mentored by Muttiah Muralitharan, about playing at Dehradun as well as the historic maiden Test.
With an unassailable 2-0 lead, Afghanistan have already claimed their first ever bilateral series against a full-member other than Zimbabwe. Bangladesh need to quickly find an antidote to Afghanistan's spin attack and prevent a 0-3 humiliation.
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh: Rashid Khan's incisive spell guides hosts to series-sealing six-wicket victory in 2nd T20I
Rashid Khan on Tuesday produced another magical spell of spin bowling as Afghanistan wrapped up a six-wicket win over Bangladesh to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match T20 series.
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh: Shapoor Zadran says 'blasts keep happening' but team need to focus on cricket
The bullets and blasts narrative that is associated with sportspersons from war-ravaged countries doesn't sit well with Afghanistan speedster Shapoor Zadran, who wants the stereotypical perception to change.
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh: Rashid Khan-led spin attack holds the key again as hosts look to seal series
After getting off to a dominant start with a big victory in the opening game, Afghanistan head into the second T20I against Bangladesh in an upbeat state of mind, looking to clinch the three-game series taking place in Dehradun.
India vs Afghanistan: No amount of training can make Asghar Stanikzai-led side fully ready for inaugural Test, says Phil Simmons
Afghanistan coach Phil Simmons says no amount of training can make his players fully ready for their inaugural Test against India and they will find out how tough five-day cricket is only after taking the field in Bengaluru on 14 June.
Afghanistan will play practice match with all touring international teams to India, informs BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary
"Cricket will further strengthen ties between the two countries and deliver a message of peace. Afghan players are well known and loved in India because of their participation in IPL which will increase in the coming years," BCCI acting secretary said.
Afghanistan vs Bangladesh: Abul Hasan recalled by selectors to replace injured Mustafizur Rahman in T20I squad
Selectors delayed announcing Mustafizur's replacement until learning more about the newly-laid pitch at Dehradun's Rajeev Gandhi International Stadium.
India vs Afghanistan: Asghar Stanikzai to lead visitors in maiden one-off Test against Ajinkya Rahane and Co
Rashid Khan and fellow spinners Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Zahir Khan and Hamza Hotak were named in a 16-strong squad for the historic one-off Test in Bangalore starting 14 June.
Afghanistan set to host Bangladesh for 3 T20Is in June in Dehradun before one-off Test against India
The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in hill town will host the three day-night fixtures, scheduled for 3, 5 and 7 June before Afghanistan take on India in their inaugural Test match, starting in Bengaluru on 14 June.
"For Afghanistan to play the 50-over World Cup is our dream," captain Mohammad Nabi said.