Bangladesh took a 4-0 lead in the ODI Series against Zimbabwe with victory in Dhaka on Friday.
Bangladesh moved 2-0 ahead in the one-day series against Zimbabwe with a comprehensive 68-run victory in Chittagong.
Shakib Al Hasan played a starring role as Bangladesh cruised to an 87-run win over Zimbabwe in their opening ODI.
Bangladesh moved a step closer to a 3-0 series whitewash against Zimbabwe after bowling their opponents out for 374.
Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes set a new record opening stand as Bangladesh reached 303-2 on day one against Zimbabwe.
Shakib Al Hasan ended with ten wickets as Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 162 runs to clinch their three-Test series.
Zimbabwe's Regis Chakabva hit a maiden Test century but Bangladesh closed day four in Khulna with a 266-run lead.
Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza hit 154 not out to help his side fight back in the second Test against Bangladesh.
Nick Knight will answer your World Cup questions on Thursday, 100 days before the tournament starts.
Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan both hit hundreds to help Bangladesh post 433 in the second Test against Zimbabwe.
Patient Bangladesh closed the first day of their second Test against Zimbabwe on 193-3 in Khulna.
Taijul Islam starred with bat and ball as Bangladesh claimed only their fifth Test victory in history over Zimbabwe.
Tinashe Panyangara's first five-wicket haul helped Zimbabwe restrict Bangladesh to a 14-run first-innings lead.
Shakib Al Hasan claimed six wickets on his return to the Bangladesh team as Zimbabwe were skittled for for 240.
Two more international spin bowlers have been banned as the ICC crackdown on illegal actions continues.
Faf du Plessis continued his rich vein of form with a century to propel South Africa into the Triangular Series final.
Coach Darren Lehmann emerged embarrassed and frustrated, after Australia lost to minnows Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe claimed their first ODI victory over Australia for 31 years with a three-wicket success in Harare.
Michael Clarke is returning to Australia after his hamstring problem flared up in Sunday's one-day defeat by Zimbabwe.
Prosper Utseya took a hat-trick but Zimbabwe still lost by 61 runs to South Africa in Harare.
Statistician Richard Isaacs pays tribute to Phillip Hughes through his achievements on the pitch.