Former Pakistan batsman Waqar Hasan passed away; Pakistan won by an innings at Rawalpindi; Warner and Perry won the Allan Border and Belinda Clark Medals respectively; and ICC announced their team for the Under-19 World Cup.
Stumps, Day 3: Bangladesh 233 (Mithun 63; Afridi 4/53) and 126/6 (Mominul 37*; Naseem 4/26) trail Pakistan 445 (Babar 143, Masood 100; Jayed 3/86) by 86 runs.
Pakistan secured a 109-run lead over Bangladesh; India Women kept their hopes alive in the T20 Tri-Nation Tournament; New Zealand went 2-0 up against India; Sydney Sixers won their second BBL title; and South Africa announced their squad for the England T20Is.
Pakistan have the grip on the game, and will seek domination on the third day to really take home the advantage.
Bangladesh’s pacers will have to ensure they dismantle Pakistan’s batsmen much like they were themselves.
The first Test of the 2-match series will be played at Rawalpindi in February, while the second will be play at Karachi in April.
England Women beat Australia Women in the Super Over; Hardik Pandya has been ruled out of the New Zealand Tests; Pakistan announced their squad for the Bangladesh Tests; and West Indies finished fifth in the Under-19 World Cup.
England won the Johannesburg Test by 191 runs; Zimbabwe raced to 352/6 at Harare; the third T20I between Pakistan and Bangladesh was washed out; and the Playoffs for the 2019-20 BBL have been decided.
South Africa are in trouble at stumps on Day 2 at Wanderers; ; Pakistan won the T20I series against Bangladesh; and South Africa Under-19s made it to the World Cup quarterfinals.
India and Pakistan went 1-0 up in their respective T20I series; India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan all qualified for the Under-19 World Cup qualifiers; and England finished Day 1 at The Wanderers on 192/4.