England's Ansari, Finn in for second Test
ESPNcricinfo looks ahead to the second Test between Bangladesh and England in MIrpur.
Cook shelves convention for short-term gains
With spinners yet to give him the kind of control Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar once did, Alastair Cook has had to turn to his seamers to deliver subcontinent success.
Cook keen to see spinners improve.
England captain Alastair Cook is looking for his spinners to have a greater impact on the second Test than on the first.
Rahim hopes wicket leaves England clueless.
Mushfiqur Rahim says he hopes a new wicket for England to learn proves an advantage for Bangladesh as hosts.
Ansari set for Test debut in Dhaka
Despite having a decent County Championship season at best, Zafar Ansari has impressed the England management with his temperament and all-round skills, and is in line to play his maiden Test
Switch Hit: When will spin win for England?
Mark Butcher, George Dobell, Mohammad Isam and Alan Gardner join Andrew McGlashan to look back on a narrow opening Test victory for England against Bangladesh.
What changes can we expect from England?
Mark Butcher discusses the changes he expects England to make for their second Test match against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
Stokes' development against spin 'top class'
England coach Trevor Bayliss has praised Ben Stokes' work ethic and resilience, and believes he could develop into one of the "all-time best allrounders".
Cook hints at bowler changes for second Test
The DRS was a vital component of the Chittagong Test - with a record 26 on-field decisions being reviewed by the players - and Kumar Dharmasena was especially in the spotlight
Debutantes perform well for Bangladesh.
Mohammad Isam and George Dobell explain why there are plenty of positives for Bangladesh, despite losing the first Test to England.
Plenty of positives for Bangladesh.
Mark Butcher analyses why there are plenty of reason for optimism for the Bangladesh side which narrowly lost to England in the 1st Test in Chittagong.
Ben Stokes masterclass leads England to victory.
Mark Butcher analyses whether Ben Stokes has the potential to become the world's best all rounder in Test Cricket.
Bayliss to miss West Indies one-day tour
Paul Farbrace will take charge of England's ODI tour to the Caribbean with Trevor Bayliss taking a break.
Derbyshire snap up Tahir for 2017
Imran Tahir will equal Marcus North's record of playing for six different counties after signing for Derbyshire
Does Stokes give England X factor?
Alastair Cook has praised the influence of Ben Stokes, insisting that he gives the side an 'X factor' which every team needs.
Watson stuck my head in toilet - Johnson
Mitchell Johnson has revealed how his long-standing friendship with Shane Watson made a rocky start when the allrounder stuck the future Australia fast man's head in the toilet.
Cook: We've got a very balanced squad.
Alastair Cook has praised the strength of England's squad after beating Bangladesh in Chittagong.
Lack of faith in England spinners?
Does Alistair Cook trust his spin bowlers? Day four of England's Test in Bangladesh suggested not.
Sabbir keeps Bangladesh hopes alive.
Sabbir Rahman is 59 not out at the close of play today, as he kept Bangladesh's dreams of a famous Test win alive.
Stokes breaks Bangladesh hearts
Ben Stokes capped a supreme allround performance with two wickets in three balls as Bangladesh's hearts were broken on the fifth and final morning of an epic Test match at Chittagong.
Bairstow breaks wicketkeeper runs record.
As Jonny Bairstow sets a record for runs from a wicketkeeper in a calendar year, Andrew McGlashan discusses his importance to England.
Will the chase be too much for Bangladesh?
Andrew McGlashan looks at Bangladesh's chances of clearing the run chase England will set them, and who the key players will be on day four.
Stokes shows class with bat and ball.
Andrew McGlashan recaps a superb day for Ben Stokes with both ball and bat, after moving England into a commanding position in the first Test against Bangladesh.
Moeen survives helmet catch
Moeen Ali added another reprieve to his list of escapes with the bat in the Chittagong Test
Bangladesh hold firm after England fightback
After an early wobble in Chittagong, hosts Bangladesh recovered well against England to end day two on 221-5. The tourists had earlier posted a first-innings score of 293.
"You have to take the points here." "Don't go for two until you have to." "Run the ball here because if you don't go anywhere you can just run out the clock." It's time for unwritten rules to go.
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