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Last Updated: Tuesday, 24 April 2007, 16:35 GMT 17:35 UK

Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud Mashud steps down
Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud has resigned, according to reports.

England to tour Bangladesh
England will play two Tests and three one-dayers in Bangladesh this winter.

Mohsin Kamal could soon be out of a job Tigers look for new coach
Bangladesh cricket bosses confirm coach Moshin Kamal is on his way out after the country's poor World Cup.


MORE STORIES

No anger on Tigers' return
The Bangladesh team return home to a muted reception after their dismal performance in the World Cup.

Tigers to face probe
An inquiry is to be launched to find out why Bangladesh performed so poorly at the 2003 World Cup.

Kamal on way out
Coach Mohsin Kamal is likely to pay the price for Bangladesh's failures at the World Cup.

Mashud rues batting display
Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud says poor batting is to blame for their losing streak at the World Cup.

World Cup winners and losers
Who emerged from South Africa with credit and who left with their heads hanging low?

Ashraful offers ray of hope
Bangladesh have failed to justify their status at the World Cup - but Mohammad Ashraful is a youngster offering hope for the future.


MATCH REPORTS

Kenya book Super Six place
Kenya qualify for the Super Six stage of the World Cup with a 32-run win over Bangladesh.

Kiwis see off plucky Tigers
New Zealand storm to a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh to keep their Super Sixes ambitions alive.

Hosts crush Bangladesh
South Africa beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets in Bloemfontein.

Windies game called off
South Africa are given a World Cup lifeline after West Indies' match against Bangladesh is rained off.

Vaas destroys Bangladesh
Chaminda Vaas takes a hat-trick with the game's first three balls as Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets.

Canada hammer Bangladesh
Canada beat Bangladesh by 60 runs to pick up their first ever World Cup victory.


OTHER NEWS AND FEATURES

Mashud denies no-result plan
Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud says he did not deliberately elect to bowl knowing there would be rain.

Locals sing in the rain
There was plenty of local enthusiasm in the stands despite rain washing out West Indies' match with Bangladesh.

Minnows blighting showpiece
BBC football commentator John Murray looks at the differences between the football and the cricket World Cups.

Tigers call up Khan
Former captain Akram Khan is to join the Bangladesh squad as replacement for injured Mashrafe bin Mortaza.

Toothless Tigers
Bangladesh have not won a one-day match since the last World Cup four years ago.

Bangladesh opt for youth
Bangladesh ditch three former captains from their 15-man squad for the World Cup.



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