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Bangladesh secured an historic first victory over England as teenager Mehedi Hasan Miraz inspired a stunning 108-run victory on day three of the second Test in Dhaka. England were well-placed at 100-0 at tea in pursuit of the 273 runs needed to win the series 2-0 with Ben Duckett (56) and Alastair Cook (59) playing positively but collapsed to 127-5 and then 164 all out, Mehedi (6-77) becoming only the sixth player in history to take three five-wicket hauls in his first three Tests.The tourists challenge always looked tough given no England side had ever chased more than 209 to win a Test in Asia but the scale of their implosion was staggering, Shakib Al Hasan (4-49) taking three of the final four wickets to fall in one over.The momentous final wicket, earning Bangladesh only the eighth win in their 95-Test history, fell fittingly to Mehedi when he trapped Steven Finn lbw to spark jubilant scenes amid the home players. Watch highlights of day three of the second Test After five victories against Zimbabwe and two against an under-strength West Indies, this success was by far the most significant in Bangladeshs Test development and ensured the two-Test series ended all-square.Mushfiqur Rahmans side began the day on 152-3 in their second innings with a healthy cushion of 128 runs.Four drops didnt help the tourists cause - Imrul Kayes (78) enjoying lives on 67 and 74 as first Cook at leg slip and then Root at slip failed to cling onto tough one-handed chances off Zafar Ansari and Moeen Ali respectively, before he was trapped lbw on the sweep by Ali for 78.Shakib would have been out for six had Cook reviewed a not out lbw decision off Ali and then was missed badly in the deep on 23 as Duckett shelled a dolly off Ansaris bowling.England didnt learn their lesson - Mushfiqur also benefitting from a missed lbw opportunity early in his innings before Steven Finn couldnt quite leap high enough to grab a chance at mid-off - Ansari the unlucky bowler again. The tourists finally got their reward when Shakib (41) chopped Adil Rashids fifth ball of the day onto his stumps and on the same score Mushfiqur nicked Ben Stokes to Cook at first slip to make it 238-6.Sabbir Rahman (15) and Shuvagata Hom (25no) battled gamely before Stokes removed the former lbw just before lunch, the Durham all-rounder then forcing Taijul Islam to nick off making it 273-8.Rashid polished off the tail as Mehedi Hasan edged to Root attempting to go over the top and Kamrul Islam Rabbi skied a return catch attempting to hit his second six.Englands victory chase began positively, Duckett signalling his intent by reverse sweeping Shakib for consecutive boundaries and playing with intent even after being dropped on 12 by Mumudullah as he cut fiercely at Mehedi. Ben Duckett struck seven fours and one six off 64 balls The Northamptonshire batsman, who compiled 36 runs in his first three Test knocks, moved swiftly into the forties by launching Shakib over long on for six and his half-century soon followed, courtesy of a fine-dabbed sweep for four.The 100-stand came up off the very next delivery as Duckett pulled Mehedi for four, there being little indication of the mayhem to come as England took tea on 100-0.The collapse began immediately upon the resumption as Mehedi bowled Duckett beneath his bat with his first delivery, the ball keeping a little low.Root, able to bat after a stomach complaint, made just one before falling lbw to Shakib on the front foot and 108-2 nearly became 110-3 only for Cook to successfully overturn an incredibly tight lbw decision.Gary Ballance, so desperately in need of a score ahead of the India series, took his series tally to 24 in four innings before meekly miscuing a rank Mehedi delivery to Tamim Iqbal at mid-off.Ali lasted just four balls, Mehedis lbw appeal upheld despite a review, and when Cook prodded the spinner to Mominul at silly point the game looked close to up. Cook was one of only three players to reach double figures Hopes of Englands middle-to-lower order saving face vanished when Jonny Bairstow ballooned a catch to leg-slip and while Stokes received a life on 13 when Shakib shelled a return catch and was saved from a tight lbw call when the ball brushed his glove on the sweep, there was to be no great escape.Stokes played with intent, pumping Mehedi down the ground for six, only to be bowled off-stump by Shakib who then picked up Rashid and Ansari in three balls, the latter courtesy of sharp reactions from short leg Mominul who parried a catch to Imrul to leave England on the brink.Watch highlights of day three of the second Test between Bangladesh and England on Sky Sports 5 at 5pm, then stay tuned for the Verdict at 6pm on the same channel. Ted Williams Jersey Large . After slipping from the summit during the week, the Gunners overcame struggling Crystal Palace 2-0 on Sunday thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlains second-half brace. 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Here is what I mean as we look at some of the most important story lines for Saturday:Ole Miss tries to make historyOver the past two seasons Alabama has gone 26-3 with two SEC championships and one national championship. Two of those three Alabama losses have been to Ole Miss (the other was to Ohio State in the semifinals of the College Football Playoff in 2014).When the Rebels won 43-37 last season in Tuscaloosa, they became only the second SEC team to beat a Nick Saban-coached Alabama team in two consecutive meetings (LSU did it in 2010-11).On Saturday Ole Miss will try to bite off a real big chunk of history when it faces Alabama at home (3:30 p.m. ET, CBS). No SEC team has beaten Nick Saban three straight times. In fact, only twice in Sabans ultra-successful career has he lost three straight games to the same team. It happened against Michigan (1996-98) and Purdue (1997-99) when Saban was the head coach at Michigan State.Ole Miss will also be trying to post its first win ever against a No. 1 ranked team. The Rebels are 0-9 against No. 1 and were outscored by an average of 21.8 points in those losses.And here is a fun note: Since losing to Ole Miss at home last season the Crimson Tide has won 14 straight games. A win would give Alabama its third 15-game winning streak under Saban.Like brother vs. brotherKevin Steele and John Chavis were high school teammates and close friends as they grew up in Dillion, S.C. They both decided to play football at Tennessee and were roommates in college. They both decided to go into coaching.Chavis became an ultra-successful defensive coordinator at Tennessee and was a part of the Volunteers 1998 national championship team. He went on to LSU and today is the defensive coordinator at Texas A&M.Steele has coached at Tennessee, Alabama, LSU, Florida State, Nebraska and has been the head coach at Baylor. In fact, when Chavis left LSU for Texas A&M in 2014 he called Steele.You should go after this job, Chavis told Steele. Steele did and he got it. Steele was at LSU for one season when Auburn made him an offer he couldnt refuse to become the Tigers defensive coordinator.And so it is that Chavis and Steele will be on the opposite sidelines Saturday night when Texas A&M travels to Auburn.Its not the first time they have faced each other, the most recent coming last season when Steeles LSU defense held Texas A&M to only a touchdown in 19-7 victory. Were close, Steele said. Our families vacation together. Hes like my brother. But I still want to beat him.Chavis says he tries not to think about his relationship with Steele when they square off.I dont pay attention to that at all. We are great friends. We were roommates in college but I dont like to get caught up on who is on the other sideline, said Chavis. His friendship has meant a lot to me. His dad was the principal of our high school.dddddddddddd His family has meant a lot to me. But with that being said Saturday night were going to play ball.If LSU is going to make a stand, it has to start Saturday night against Mississippi StateIt has not been a fun start for LSU and Coach Les Miles. The Tigers 16-14 loss to Wisconsin in the opener unleashed a lot of negative reaction from the LSU faithful. The Tigers came back last week to take care of Jacksonville State, an FCS opponent (34-13). Now the conference schedule starts with Mississippi State, Auburn, Missouri, and Florida in the next four weeks.All-America running back Leonard Fournette, who missed last weeks game with an ankle injury, is expected to return. Purdue transfer Danny Etling, who came off the bench to give LSU a spark, is expected to get his first start.LSU was in everybodys preseason Top 10. If Miles and company are going to challenge for the SEC West championship, the Tigers need a win.Mentally our guys are looking forward to getting into conference play, Miles said. They need to be ready to play and recognize that Mississippi State is a quality SEC opponent.Florida and Tennessee have to wait one more weekOne of the more anticipated conference games of the season takes place next week when Florida goes to Tennessee. But before these teams square off in Neyland Stadium on Sept. 24 they have to take care of some respectable teams from the Group of Five.Tennessee, which was impressive in last Saturdays 45-24 win over Virginia Tech in Bristol, Tenn., will meet an Ohio University team that has been bowl eligible for nine of the past 10 seasons. Florida, which overwhelmed Kentucky 45-7 in its SEC opener last week, takes on North Texas State.Florida fans get another chance to watch new quarterback Luke Del Rio, who completed 19 of 32 passes for 320 yards in a 45-7 win over Kentucky.A few more quick story lines to watch on Saturday:Arkansas (2-0) is coming off one of the best wins under Coach Bret Bielema as the Razorbacks beat TCU 41-38 in double overtime. Now the Hogs have to come back down to earth against Texas State before opening up the conference season next week against Texas A&M in Arlington, Texas.Kentucky (0-2, 0-1 SEC) has really struggled its first two games, giving up 1,084 yards and 89 points. The Wildcats could really use a win against New Mexico State (1-10).Vanderbilt (1-1, 0-1) bounced back from a season-opening loss to South Carolina with a 47-24 win over Middle Tennessee State at home. 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