Bangladesh national cricket team - Tournament history - World Cup Qualifier

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. World Cup Qualifier Known as the 'ICC Trophy' from 1979 to 2005 Known as the 'ICC Trophy' from 1979 to 2005

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Data row number World Cup Qualifier record

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