- Mumbai Indians set to play associate teams
With Champions League scrapped and the September window open for Indian cricket, Indian Premier League's well known franchise Mumbai Indians is planning to play three games with associate countries in United States of America post India's tour of West Indies. A few years ago the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had approved a proposal where IPL franchises were allowed to play a limited number of friendly matches in ICC Associate and Affiliate countries between June and August. More »
- SRH vs GL: David Warner – master of his own destiny
Slashing an embittered Praveen Kumar, who had comically needled him in the previous over, David Warner let out a growl, hopping sideways like an astronaut on moon. Sunrisers Hyderabad now needed just a run more to complete a remarkable heist, almost single-handedly plotted and executed by Warner. Warner bunts the second ball of the last over past the point to let out that customary high-five, as when he accomplishes something really special. More »
- In WFI vs Sushil Kumar, both sides throw their punches in court
The tussle between the Wrestling Federation of India and Sushil Kumar is now entering the mud-slinging round. While the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) alleged Sushil appeared more inclined towards his commercial interests than training and competing, the two-time Olympic medallist’s lawyers hit back by saying he is being denied a fair trial for the Rio Olympics because he did not take part in the Pro Wrestling League (PWL). Senior advocate Amit Sibal, appearing for Kumar, argued that the WFI officials had referred to Sushil’s refusal to participate in the league during the meeting Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh and other officer bearers on May 18. More »
- T20’s Bradman
When Virat Kohli chopped a routine loosener from Dhawal Kulkarni onto the stumps in the first qualifier— getting out for his first duck after 51 innings — it was gentle re-affirmation that he was, after all, human. En route to this remarkable feat, Kohli made a few grousers bite back their words too. Kohli’s predisposition and reliance on singles and twos was mocked. More »
- IPL 2016: 5 reasons why Royal Challengers Bangalore will win the tournament
Irrespective of the opponent they meet in the final, Virat and Co. will surely look to make it count this time. More »
- David Warner’s unbeaten 93 powers SRH into IPL 2016 final
Sunrisers Hyderabad reached the finals after beating Gujarat Lions by four wickets in the second qualifier of the ninth Indian Premier League. More »
- From cricketer to cabinet minister: Laxmi Ratan Shukla ‘ready’ for 2nd innings
His cricket career had its share of regrets but Laxmi Ratan Shukla wants to forget all about it as he begins a new innings, albeit on the political pitch, by becoming one of the youngest ministers in Mamata Banerjee's newly-sworn-in cabinet. More »
- England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test Day One: Five Things We Learned
When Nuwan Pradeep operated on a tighter line, he took a few blows but ensured he was playing everything straight down the ground. The lucky thing for Hales is that he has the range of shots – he just had to figure out when and where to play them in Test cricket. It was a peculiar innings for Nick Compton and one which saw his Test average dip below 30. More »
- Live Cricket Score, England vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test Day 1: England comfortable at 200\/3 at tea against Sri Lanka
England come into the second Test against Sri Lanka at Chester-le-Street on the back of a crushing win by an innings and 88 runs at Headingley. In the second Test of the three-match series, plenty of angles are being probed including future of Nick Compton, Chris Woakes coming in as replacement for Ben Stokes and plenty to prove for Sri Lanka after the hammering. For the Durham ground itself, it may be the last Test match as it faces financial difficulties. Catch live scores, updates and comments from second Test, day 1 between England and Sri Lanka. More »
- Untidy Cook misses out on 10,000 mark again
An untidy shot prevented captain Alastair Cook from grabbing a place in cricketing history on Friday when he was caught at slip for 15 as England reached 83-2 at lunch on the first day of the second test against Sri Lanka. Cook needed 20 runs to become the youngest player -- and the first Englishman - to reach 10,000 runs in tests at the age of 31 years, five months and two days but the opener jabbed at a wide delivery from Suranga Lakmal outside the off stump and was caught by Dimuth Karunaratne diving low with England at 39-1. Cook would have beaten Indian Sachin Tendulkar's record of 31 years, 10 months and 20 days, which has stood since 2005. More »
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