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Virat Kohli to prepare for England tour with County stint
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Virat Kohli might skip Afghan Test for county stint

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday granted India skipper Virat Kohli permission to play county cricket this summer, ahead of India's five-Test tour of England in August.However, this also means that Kohli might miss India's one-off ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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World Cup Qualifiers - 'Windies, here we come': Afghanistan's Mohammad Shahzad buoyant ahead of final

Afghanistan returned from the pit's edge to qualify for next year's ICC Cricket World Cup when they defeated Ireland by five wickets in a tension-filled last Super Six match of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 at the Harare Sports Club on Friday.
 DNA1 month ago Afghanistan beat Ireland, qualify for 2019 World Cup  Sify1 month ago U-19 World Cup: Australia trounce Afghanistan to enter final  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Presence of Pakistan prompts Asia Cup shift from India to UAE

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Tuesday shifted the 50-over Asia Cup from India to United Arab Emirates as the Board of Control for Cricket in India could not procure permission from the central government to host Pakistan.The tournament will now be held from September 13-28 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi after all the member nations of ACC agreed unanimously for the change during a meeting at its Kuala Lumpur headquarters.The BCCI was represented by its CEO Rahul Johri, who placed the request ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Asia Cup shifted out of India, BCCI to host in UAE  Sify2 weeks ago Asia Cup shifted from India to UAE  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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India's schedule for WI, Australia home series: Rajkot or Hyderabad to host first D/N Test

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary on Saturday said day-night Test match will take place in India only after the approval of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA). Chaudhary's comments came ...
 Sify1 month ago Rajkot or Hyderabad may host India's first ever day-night Test  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Cricket Buzz: NZ's Taylor fit for first Test against England

  IMAGE: New Zealand's Ross Taylor. Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has been confirmed fit to take his place in the side for the first Test against England, captain Kane Williamson said on Wednesday. Taylor had been questionable for the match, which starts on Thursday, after sustaining a thigh injury that saw him skip the third and fifth matches in the one-day series against England. He scored 181 not out in the fourth game in Dunedin and has not ...
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Team India's 2018-19 schedule: Focus on ODIs as World Cup looms

With an eye on next year's ICC World Cup, the Indian cricket team will play around 30 ODIs and an estimated 63 international games across formats in the 2018-19 season. India will also play 12 Test matches during the upcoming season along with 21 T20 Internationals. India's ongoing season (2017-18) will end with the Nidahas Tri-Nation T20 tournament in Sri Lanka (Bangladesh, being the third team). While the Indian cricket calendar starts in April with the cash-rich Indian Premier League, the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India to play around 30 ODIs in 2018-19 season  Sify2 months ago Here's why Team India had no time to prepare for Tests  Rediff.com2 months ago
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What young players like Hardik should do

Young guys like Hardik need to work harder to be consistent, says Jayawardene IMAGE: Hardik Pandya of the Mumbai Indians with his brother Krunal. Photograph: BCCI Young players, including Hardik Pandya, need to work harder and evolve to become a consistent cricketer, said Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardane.   Defending champions Mumbai Indians failed to chase a target of 119 after being bowled out for 87 in 18.5 overs in their Indian Premier League fixture on Tuesday night.
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IPL PHOTOS: Sunrisers win last-ball thriller against Mumbai

IMAGE: Deepak Hooda celebrates after Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Mumbai Indians by one wicket. Photograph: BCCI Sunrisers Hyderabad held their nerves to edge past Mumbai Indians by one wicket off the last ball of the match in a thrilling Indian Premier League match, in Hyderabad, on Thursday. Scorecard Hyderabad's No. 11 Billy Stanlake lofted Ben Cutting's last delivery of the 20th over to help the hosts register their second win of the tournament as Mumbai Indians slipped to their second ...
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World Water Day: Why Cape Town's future is uncertain

A report by Centre for Science and Environment state that they have conducted several studies on water and availability of resources and discovered that 36% of the cities across the world will face a water crisis by 2050. Besides Cape Town which is already ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Battle for two World Cup spots begin

Multi-millionaire and self-proclaimed Universe Boss Chris Gayle will rub shoulders with a battalion of teenage leg-spinners and a part-time bat designer when the 2019 World Cup qualifying tournament gets underway on Sunday. Its the modern phenomenon of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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