Nomoshkar! Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s live cricket blog of the match 22 in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) 2015 between the Rangpur Riders and Dhaka Dynamites. I am Rishad D’Souza, and I ewill be bringing you the live updates from this game. Both the team are evenly poised in the league table as the Riders are currently placed third in the table with eight points from seven games, including four wins and three losses, while the Dynamites are on no. four with six pints from six games, including threee wins and three losses. This indeed promises to be a thrilling tie with both evenly poised teams.

Live Cricket Score Rangpur Riders 136/4 | Overs 18.2 | Batting: Jaharul Islam 35(26), Thisara Perera 8(8): What was shaping as a even contest has been won by Rangpur Riders quite easily in the end. Jahurul kept his calm and was involved in a good partnership with Darren Sammy which stole the game away from the Dynamites. Mustafizur bowled fantastically conceding five runs in three overs and even took a wicket but ultimately the score proved too little to defend.

Live Cricket Score Rangpur Riders 119/4 | Overs 16 | Batting: Jaharul Islam 28(20): The Riders have pretty much sealed the match in their favour thanks to some sensible batting from Jahurul Islam and Darren Sammy. Sammy scored a 21-ball 23 and got out but the partnership was invaluable. Riders now just need 17 off 24 balls.

Live Cricket Score Rangpur Riders 74/3 | Overs 12 | Batting: Jaharul Islam 15(12), Darren Sammy 0(5): The match is quite evenly poised at the moment. The Riders need 62 off 48 balls but only have seven wickets to contend with. Mustafizur Rahman has bowled beautifully so far to keep his team in the race.

Live Cricket Score Rangpur Riders 37/0 | Overs 6 | Batting: Soumya Sarkar 21(26), Lendl Simmons 4(10): The Rangpur Riders have started off rather slowly but have all the wickets in hand at this stage and given the small target they are chasing it should not be a worry at this stage. Soumya Sarkar is looking quite well settled now.

Live Cricket Score Dhaka Dynamites 135/7 | Overs 20 | Batting: Abul Hasan 2(2), Sohail Khan 8(5): Dhaka Dynamites have finished at a modest 135 for seven. But given their bowling line up they have a realistic chance of defending the target. Join us for the second innings which promises to be a cracker.

Live Cricket Score Dhaka Dynamites 101/5 | Overs 16 | Batting: Ryan ten Doeschate 1(5), Mustafizur Rahman 0(0): Doesn’t look like the Dynamites will reach too healthy a score. Kumar Sangakkara batted well in tough conditions for a 23-ball 29. Now it’s down to Ryan ten Doeschate to get Dynamites to as challenging a total as possible in the final four overs. Nasir Hossain contributed with a nice 28-ball 30 before falling to Arafat Sunny.

Live Cricket Score Dhaka Dynamites 63/3 | Overs 11 | Batting: Nasir Hossain 9(13), Kumar Sangakkara 15(13): Sangakkara has given a glimpse of how he can turn the game around with a big six in the final ball of the 11th over. Dynamites need a few explosives and Sanga seems the man to do it. All he needs is some support from the other end.

Live Cricket Score Dhaka Dynamites 44/3 | Overs 8 | Batting: Nasir Hossain 2(4), Kumar Sangakkara 3(5): The Rangpur Riders are on top of the contest at the moment having dismissed three Dynamites batsmen in eight overs while have conceded just 44 runs at an economy of just under six. Dynamites will take heart from the fact that Kumar Sangakkara is now at the crease and he has the penchant to bat through the innings.

Both the teams lost their previous games as the Riders lost to Barisal Bulls by six wickets through D/L method in a rain-curtailed game, while the Dynamites too lost to Comilla Victorians in a close game by just 10 runs. Both the teams would like to win here and go back to the winnings ways as they aim to rise above the table and dominate it.


Rangpur Riders: Shakib Al Hasan (c), Arafat Sunny, Jahurul Islam,Wahab Riaz, Abu Jayed, Quinton de Kock, Jubair Hossain, Misbah-ul-Haq, Mohammad Nabi, Murad Khan, Thisara Perera, Darren Sammy, Sachithra Senanayake, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Al-Amin , Marshall Ayub, Mohammad Mithun (wk), Mukhtar Ali, Kevin O’Brien, Raqibul Hasan, Saqlain Sajib, Lendl Simmons.

Dhaka Dynamites: Abul Hasan, Farhad Reza, Irfan Sukkur, Mosaddek Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Nabil Samad, Nasir Hossain, Nasir Jamshed, Kumar Sangakkara (c & wk), Shadman Islam, Shamsur Rahman, Shykat Ali, Sohail Khan, Ryan ten Doeschate, Lahiru Thirimanne, Malcolm Waller, Yasir Shah.