12 Facts About Bangladesh A


Bangladesh A cricket team, known as Bangladesh Emerging cricket team, is a cricket team representing Bangladesh, and is the second tier of international Bangladeshi cricket below the full Bangladesh national cricket team.

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In February and March 2005, Bangladesh A played three first-class matches followed by five List A matches against Zimbabwe A in Bulawayo and Kwekwe.

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Highest first-class innings for Bangladesh A was scored by Mushfiqur Rahim, who made 111 not out and 50 in the second match, his second first-class match at the age of 16.

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Shortly after the Bangladeshi Test team toured England in 2005, a Bangladesh A team toured, again captained by Shariar Nafees, playing five first-class matches and three List A matches in July and August.

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Bangladesh A toured Sri Lanka in March and April 2007, playing two first-class and three List A matches against Sri Lanka A Tushar Imran again captained the team.

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Bangladesh A, captained by the experienced Test player Mohammad Ashraful, toured South Africa in April 2011, playing two first-class and four List A matches against South Africa A South Africa A won all the matches comfortably, except for the second first-class match, which was ruined by rain, and the first List A match, in which Ashraful took 3 for 27 and made 118 not out off 99 balls to lead Bangladesh A to a six-wicket victory.

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In November 2011 Bangladesh A visited the West Indies, playing two first-class, two Twenty20, and two List A matches against West Indies A in Antigua and Saint Vincent.

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Bangladesh A had generally sound batting but ineffective bowling, and they lost their first seven matches.

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In May and June 2014 Bangladesh A played seven matches in Barbados against teams representing the Sagicor High Performance Centre: two first-class, three List A and two Twenty20 matches.

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In September 2015 Bangladesh A visited India and played three List A matches against India A in Bangalore, and two first-class matches, one against Karnataka in Mysore and one against India A in Bangalore.

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Bangladesh A won the second, thanks to Nasir Hossain, who scored 102 off 96 balls then took 5 for 36.

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Bangladesh A hosted Afghanistan A in July 2019 for two first-class and five 50-over matches.

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