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NEW DELHI: Here are the big sports events lined up for Wednesday (January 15) that comprise the action from Indonesia Masters badminton tournament. (All timings in IST) 1:15 am (Football – FA Cup) Newcastle vs Rochdale 1:35 am (Football – FA Cup) Tottenham vs Middlesbrough 9:30 am (Khelo India) Khelo India Youth Games, Day 7 9:30 am (Badminton – Indonesia ...

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Will probably have to rethink but no need to panic: Virat Kohli on dropping himself down to No. 4 | Cricket News

MUMBAI: Virat Kohli’s decision to drop himself down to the number four position backfired in the series opener on Tuesday, prompting the Indian skipper to say that he might have to “rethink” his plans going into the second ODI in Rajkot. SCORECARD India made some unmissable changes in their batting combination with Kohli pushing himself down the order to accommodate ...

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India vs Australia, 1st ODI: Warner, Finch smash centuries as Australia thrash India by 10 wickets | Cricket News

MUMBAI: Australia gave India a harsh reality check with a 10-wicket hiding in the ODI series opener on Tuesday, exposing the home team’s middle-order frailty and putting to sword its bowling. SCORECARD Anticipating dew in the evening session, Aaron Finch opted to field. India ended up with a below-par 255 on a decent batting surface after a middle-order failure. Australia ...

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Bangladesh to split Pakistan tour to allay security worries: PCB | Cricket News

Bangladesh have agreed to play three Twenty20 Internationals, two Tests and a One-Day International (ODI) in Pakistan, but with the series split into three to allay security concerns, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Tuesday. Tests against Sri Lanka last month in Rawalpindi and Karachi were Pakistan’s first on home soil since a militant attack on Sri Lanka’s team ...

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MCC bats for Test cricket to remain five-day despite ‘some benefits’ in four-day games | Cricket News

LONDON: Custodians of cricket laws, the MCC, on Tuesday said Tests should continue to be a five-day affair though it sees “some benefits” of ICC’s proposal to trim the longest format to four days. “Cricket committee and MCC World Cricket committee have recently discussed the issue and although they can see some benefits that four-day Test cricket could bring, both ...

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Veteran chess administrator Ummer Koya dead | Chess News

KOZHIKODE (Kerala): Former vice-president of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) PT Ummer Koya passed away on Tuesday, family sources said. He was 69. Koya, who was the FIDE vice-president from 1996 to 2006, died at his residence at Panniyankara near here after a protracted illness. He is survived by his wife and three children. Koya occupied AICF office as joint ...

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I feel like a kid again, says 36-year-old Dwayne Bravo on West Indies comeback | Cricket News

PORT OF SPAIN: The battle-hardened Dwayne Bravo, at 36, returns to the West Indies squad “feeling like a kid”, more than three years after playing his last international. For Bravo, who fell out with his board following a bitter dispute over the then pay structure in 2014 leading to his eventual phasing out, the path back into international cricket was ...

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