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The first match of an Australian cricket tour of Bangladesh took place yesterday without live television or streaming coverage in Australia, something that has happened only once or twice in recent decades
An England cricket tour of Bangladesh scheduled for September and October has been postponed, while a South Africa tour of Sri Lanka in September has been confirmed, as boards continue to work their way…
Bangladeshi sports broadcasters T Sports and Gazi TV (GTV) have struck a deal with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to jointly show the next round of the ongoing Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier Division (BDPL)
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The Bangladesh Cricket Board and Sri Lanka Cricket have both struck fresh sponsorship deals for their respective men’s national cricket teams.
Bangladeshi agency Ban Tech has acquired media rights for Bangladesh men's home international cricket matches in a deal with the Bangladesh Cricket Board running from now until October 2023
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has raised BDT17.9 crore (€1.7m/$2.1m) from its sale of broadcast rights to Bangladesh’s forthcoming home series against West Indies.
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The International Cricket Council pushed back until next month a decision on whether this year’s T20 World Cup will go ahead as scheduled in Australia in October and November.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has agreed to a tour of Pakistan this year, including test matches, after its concerns over security were allayed