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Match Day

596dThe Report by David Hopps

Mahmudullah, Rubel knock England out

England are out of the World Cup, a consistently abject challenge foundering once again with Bangladesh inflicting their fourth defeat in five matches, this time by 15 runs

596dMohammad Isam

Pace bowlers' success Mashrafe's reward

Bangladesh's pace bowlers have had their moments even in the recent past, but very few times in this team's history have they been as effective as a collective as they were against England

596dSimon Barnes

The curse of KP

That England can't play one-day cricket very well is old news; the real problem is that right now they can't play any kind of cricket

596dMohammad Isam

A balm for the nation

Dhaka has been witness to great cricket celebrations several times in the last two decades but the latest one had that dash of spontaneity the country needed

596dGeorge Dobell in Adelaide

Embarrassment to foster radical change

Good may come of this debacle. There can be no concealing the poverty of England's cricket now. This performance - or lack of it - cannot be tolerated

596dESPNcricinfo staff

'We've let people down' - Moores

Peter Moores, the England coach, was tentative in the defence of his position following his side's calamitous World Cup exit after a 15-run defeat to Bangladesh.

596dESPNcricinfo staff

Mahmudullah's ton knocks England out of World Cup

Mahmudullah became the first Bangladesh batsman to score a World Cup century and his innings helped his side beat England by 15 run to qualify for the Quarter-finals of World Cup 2015.

596dAlan Gardner

Englishmen woken by dawn chorus of doom

Cricket in the Antipodes is a fretful business for Englishmen following at home and the prospect of waking to Yet Another New Low has never fired an enthusiasm for the dawn chorus

596dGeorge Dobell

England management under scrutiny

A failure to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals would bring about an uncertain time for England's management team with changes at the ECB taking effect

596dAlex Winter

Five reasons to fear Bangladesh

England must beat Bangladesh to keep alive their chances of a place in the World Cup quarter-finals. Alex Winter looks at five reasons to fear them

The Butchering Buttler

4

Number of players who have made 750+ runs at a 100+ strike rate since 2014 - Buttler, Maxwell, Warner and De Villiers.

Uncommon

1

Number of times that England have successfully chased down a higher score against a Test nation in World Cups.

The No. 2 Jinx

3

Instances where 3 of the top 5 batsmen have been dismissed for exactly 2 runs. Shakib, Tamim and Kayes scored 2 each.

Having a good run

1-2

England's win-loss record in their last three ODIs against Bangladesh. One of those 2 losses came during the 2011 World Cup.

Victorious Memories

6

Number of Bangladesh players playing today who were also part of their win against England during the 2011 World Cup

A 100% record

2

Fifties scored by Imrul Kayes in Bangladesh's only two ODI wins against England. He only scored 2 in today's game.