Fatullah Test Drawn After India Enforce Follow On

With less than 200 overs played in 5 days of the Fatullah Test, a damp draw was an inevitable result. But Day 5 was not as dull as the last 4 days, as India managed to bowl Bangladesh out in the 1st innings and swiftly enforced the follow on. Carrying on from an overnight score

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Fatullah Test Day 4: Rain Rain Go Away

The Fatullah Test between India and Bangladesh remained hamstrung by heavy rains on Day 4 as well. India and Bangladesh rarely play a Test match and unfortunately when they did play one, it is rain that dominates the headlines. No more than 30.1 overs could be bowled in the entire day. Bangladesh managed 111/3 after

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Fatullah Test Day 3: Ajinkya Rahane Takes India Close To 500

Rain continued to play spoilsport during third day’s play, between India and Bangladesh, at Fatullah. Murali Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane scored useful runs to take India close to a 1st innings total of 500, during a rain curtailed day. The visitors ended Day 3 on 462/6, as this Test seems to be meandering towards

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India Vs Bangladesh: Top Four Performances Of All Time

Most of the India vs Bangladesh encounters in the past have not been too eventful, by international standards. However, individual brilliance from players of both sides has often helped preserve memories of the way these nations have traditionally engaged with each other in cricket. India vs Bangladesh: Top Performers in the Timeline #1 Rohit Sharma:

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Shikhar Dhawan Hits Century As India Dominate Day 1

India ended the rain hit Day 1 of the Fatullah Test against Bangladesh at 239/0. Shikhar Dhawan remained unbeaten on 150 off 158 balls, while Murali Vijay played a characteristically patient knock of 89. Virat Kohli’s decision to bat first after winning the toss paid full dividends, as the Indian openers set the team well

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