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10th seed Vedant Panesar survives Mhatre scare
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

PTI - SPORT CHESS (SPB4) - Seeded Panesar survives Mhatre scare

SPORT CHESS (SPB4) - Seeded Panesar survives Mhatre scare Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Mumbai, Nov 19 (PTI) Tenth seed Vedant Panesar (ELO 1849) survived a scare before managing a draw against Rahat Mhatre (ELO 1393) in a third round match of ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 week ago
10th seed Vedant Panesar survives Mhatre scare Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 week ago
Seeded Panesar survives Mhatre scare Press Trust of India, 1 week ago
B Daily

Xpand Marketing moves in larger premises following growth period

Web Developer Ged Laucius, Motion Graphics Design Joe Murray, Director Jag Panesar, PR Consultant Helen Kitchen, Graphic/ Web Designer Julian Dyer. Creative A Bradford-based marketing agency has relocated into new offices and undergone a complete ...
 B Daily1 month ago

In a spin: Turning pitches are fine but India must make sure it doesn't backfire

"The pitches have spoilt the series", wrote Harsha Bhogle in The Indian Express after the 3rd India-South Africa Test. "This wicket is diabolical, nine legitimate wicket chances in the first hour with three plays and misses every over! #day2 ...
 Firstpost.com3 hours ago India: Visiting teams should be prepared to face turning pitches in India  Gulf News2 days ago 'India should play spinners well'  MSN News US2 weeks ago 'India should play spin well'  MSN News US2 weeks ago
Yahoo! India

Stats: Most Test career runs scored by players at no.11

By | Sportskeeda Muttiah Muralitharan is the player who has made highest career runs at no.11 in test cricket Tail-enders are easily the most underrated batsmen in cricket as they generally don't contribute too much to the scorecard. The No.
 Yahoo! India17 hours ago
DNA India

#360view: India have beaten South Africa but gained little from the experience

India completed the formalities on the third day of the Nagpur Test to seal a comprehensive victory that ended South Africa's envious run of nine years without losing an away series. - Tweets of the week: Day/night Test delights - Radio Cricket: ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News3 days ago India v/s South Africa: Taming the Imran Tahir threat  DNA India1 week ago Body Blows: Luckless Tourists Fret Over Touchwood Bowlers  New Indian Express2 weeks ago 5 reasons why India might lose Test series vs South Africa  India Today3 weeks ago

mid-day editorial: Stop making a mockery of Test cricket

By MiD DAY Correspondent | Posted 2 hours In Australia, administrators have ignored apprehensions about the pink ball and gone ahead to host the first ever day-night Test being contested by Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval. In ...
 Mid Day3 days ago

Why green tops should be criticized just as much as dust bowls for harming the quality of cricket

By | Sportskeeda Good-pitch-bad-pitch debate? Hypocrisy (Noun) the practice of claiming to have higher standards or more noble beliefs than is the case. Now that we have got that definition out of our way, let us focus on a burning topic ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago

Don't whine about pitch in Nagpur Test, great sides win away games

Jacques Kallis ought to have known better. In his column for Hindustan Times, one of the greatest all-rounders of his era has said that the game would have been better off had the Nagpur pitch for the ongoing India vs South Africa Test match not ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago
DAWN Group

Jayasuriya, Buchanan, Prasad latest on PSL coach roster

LAHORE: Sri Lankan legend Sanath Jayasuriya, former Australian World-Cup winning coach John Buchanan and ex-Indian Test pacer Venkatesh Prasad are the latest signings on the Pakistan Super League (PSL) coach roster, a press release issued by the ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago

Nagpur Test: Forget the pitch debate, it's time Kohli addresses India's batting failures

12, 10, 18, 12 and 12. Those are the number of wickets that have fallen on each of the six days of action in the ongoing Freedom series between India and South Africa. Turning pitches, good bowling, excellent fielding but mostly poor batting has ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago
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