Tolo News: Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan carried his lethal Indian Premier League (IPL) form into international cricket as Afghanistan outplayed Bangladesh by 45 runs in the opening T20 of the three-match series on Sunday night in India. The match was held at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium of India. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: Afghanistan is set to play a three-match T20I series with Bangladesh, starting from June 3 (Sunday) at Dehradun, India. The matches will be on the 3rd, 5th and 7th of June at Dehradun’s Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, followed by one-off Test match against India in Bengaluru on June 14. Click here to read more (external
1TV: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has invited Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to attend Afghanistan’s debut Test match in Bangalore due to be held in two weeks. The invitation was extended by a delegation from the board, headed by the acting secretary, Amitabh Chaudhary, during visit to Kabul. Click here to read more
Tolo News: Afghan motorsport enthusiasts got a chance to show off their driving skills on Monday when ten drivers took part in an organized event in Kabul. “We only race in the name of Afghanistan and to bring honor to bring honor to the country have started our races,” said Hashmat Rahbar, head of the Motorsport
Cricbuzz: Bangladesh Test and Twenty20 skipper Shakib al Hasan believes that his experience in the Indian Premier League will help him in the upcoming series against Afghanistan because of his familiarity with the condition… “[But] As Afghanistan are two steps ahead of us so I will say that they are the favourites.” Click here to
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1TV: A team (Sunrisers Hyderabad) in the Indian Premier League on Tuesday wore black arm bands to express sympathy over an attack on a cricket match in Afghanistan that left at least eight dead last week. Friday night’s attack in Jalalabad city involved multiple explosions that targeted spectators of inaugural match of local tournament Ramadan Cup.
Khaama Press: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Sunday announced the squad for the upcoming bilateral Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Afghanistan, including the batsman Mosaddek Hossain in the squad. The bilateral series will played in the format of Twenty20 International and will kick off from 3rd June. Click here to read more (external link). Other
Tolo News: The Hampshire County Cricket Club of the United Kingdom on Thursday announced the signing of Afghan teenager Mujeeb Zadran for England’s T20 league. Mujeeb Zadran says it is a great honor for him to play cricket in England and that he is looking forward to this opportunity in his career. Click here to read more
Tolo News: Afghanistan’s national cricket team captain Asghar Stanikzai said he is positive the team will put on a good display in their debut Test match against India next month. However, India skipper Virat Kohli will be absent from the historic Test, having opted for a county stint with Surrey to prepare for India’s all-important tour