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BAN v AUS

1st Test | 27th August 2017 | Australia tour of Bangladesh Test series 2017
Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh
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Bangladesh won by 20 runs

Target: 265

Bangladesh pack side with spinners, bat first

Home side leaves out Taskin Ahmed; Australia field Usman Khawaja and Ashton Agar in first Test of two-match series

Bangladesh look to prey on Australia's vulnerabilities

Khawaja and Agar included in playing XI; rain expected on each of the five days of the first Test

Bangladesh spinners rock Australia
  • AFP
  • Aug 27, 2017

Visitors stumble to 18 for 3 after hosts rally through Tamim and Shakib to post 260

Spinners strike after Tamim-Shakib fightback
  • AFP
  • Aug 27, 2017

Bangladesh go to tea on Day 1 at 190/5, with 155-run stand for the fourth wicket lifting them after Pat Cummins’s early blows

Tamim, Shakib firm after Cummins burst
  • AFP
  • Aug 27, 2017

Paceman reduces Bangladesh to 10/3 before home side fights back to reach 96/3 by lunch on Day 1

Cummins, Agar thwart Bangladesh spinners
  • AFP
  • Aug 28, 2017

Ninth-wicket pair puts on unbroken 49 to take Australia to within 67 runs of the hosts at tea on day two

Spinners push Australia to a corner
  • AFP
  • Aug 28, 2017

Visiting side goes to lunch on Day 2 at a precarious 123/6 after Bangladesh had put up 260 in their first innings

Warner, Lyon lead Australia’s revival
  • AFP
  • Aug 29, 2017

Spinner takes 6-82 and opener hits unbeaten 75 as visiting side ends third day on 109/2, needing 156 more for victory

Australia chase 265 for first-Test victory
  • AFP
  • Aug 29, 2017

Tamim’s second fifty of the game drives Bangladesh but Lyon takes 6 for 82 to help dismiss hosts for 221

Tamim holds firm as Bangladesh build lead
  • AFP
  • Aug 29, 2017

Opener’s second fifty of the match gives hosts 176-run advantage with seven wickets in hand on crumbing surface

Shakib spins Bangladesh to historic win
  • AFP
  • Aug 30, 2017

Left-arm spinner’s second five-for of the match powers hosts to first ever Test victory over Australia, by 20 runs