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Europe · London
Virus-hit England 174-0 at lunch in 1st test vs Pakistan
Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett provide virus-hit England with an electrifying start to its first test in Pakistan in 17 years. Crawley unbeaten on 91 off 79 balls as the visitors stormed to 174-0 at lunch on Day 1. Left-handed Duckett, playing his first test after six years, was not out on 77 off 85 balls.See the Story
Coverage: 16 sources
Dwayne Bravo ends IPL playing career, appointed MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings' bowling coach
Dwayne Bravo has retired from the IPL as a player, and taken over a position as the bowling coach at Chennai Super Kings. L Balaji, the team's bowling coach till last season, has taken a break for what the franchise called "personal commitments", but will be involved with the Super Kings Academy. Bravo finished with 183 wickets, the highest wicket-taker after 15 seasons of IPL.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Cricket · Maharashtra
Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022 final: Sheldon Jackson's unbeaten 133 helps Saurashtra beat Maharashtra by 5 wickets
Saurashtra beat Maharashtra by five wickets in the Vijay Hazare Trophy final. Sheldon Jackson's ton was the difference on the day as Maharashtra skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad's valiant century in the first innings went in vain. Jaydev Unadkat became the leading wicket-tacker of this year's tournament after grabbing his 19th wicket.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 8 sources
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Ponting returns from hospital to commentary after feeling chest pains
Ricky Ponting reveals short, sharp pains in his chest led to him being taken to hospital. Ponting returned to Perth Stadium for commentary 18 hours later. The 47-year-old Test great said he had been put on high alert after a horror year in Australian cricket. Shane Warne and Rod Marsh died from shock heart attacks and Ryan Campbell was placed into an induced coma.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Cricket · England
ENG vs PAK 1st Test Day 2: Shafique and Haq give Pakistan solid start after England’s 657
Imam-ul-Haq (90) and Abdullah Shafique (89) were approaching hundreds when umpires called Stumps with 17 overs remaining. The home team still needs 277 runs to avoid the follow-on. The pitch was again unresponsive to bowlers as the England attack toiled in the same manner as the home side.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Ricky Ponting admitted to hospital during Australia vs West Indies Test in Perth: report
Ricky Ponting reportedly suffered a heart scare on day three of the first Test between Australia and West Indies in Perth. Channel 7 commentator left the ground around lunchtime and was not on air through the afternoon sessions. No decision has been made on whether Ponting will return to the ground on Saturday at this stage.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Cricket · Pakistan
Pakistan will pull out of Asia Cup if ACC shifts tournament due to India’s objection: Ramiz Raja
Pakistan will pull out of the Asia Cup if Asian Cricket Council decides to shift the tournament, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said on Friday. Ramiz had earlier threatened that Pakistan might not tour India for next year's World Cup if India continued to avoid touring Pakistan for any reason. India has not played any bilateral Test cricket with Pakistan since 2007.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Mumbai Indians appoint Kieron Pollard and Rashid Khan as captains of MI Emirates and MI Cape Town
Former West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard will lead MI Emirates in the inaugural edition of the International League T20 League. Rashid Khan will captain MI Cape Town in the SA20 opening season. Pollard has been associated with Mumbai Indians franchise since the 2009 edition and played a big role in their successful title-winning campaigns.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
IPL announces new tactical substitute rule from 2023 season
BCC looking to introduce tactical substitutes to IPL 2023. System could be similar to the Impact Player concept trialled during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Impact Player could replace any member of the starting XI at any point before the end of the 14th over of either innings.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Litton Das to lead Bangladesh in ODI series against India
Tamim Iqbal ruled out for two weeks with groin injury. Litton Das will lead Bangladesh in first ODI against India. Taskin Ahmed added to Bangladesh's squad for first match. Shoriful Islam added to the squad for the second ODI in Dhaka. India set to play three-match Test series against Bangladesh.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
IPL mini-auction: 991 players register, Stokes, Curran, Williamson placed in INR 2 crore base price category
The Indian Premier League (IPL 2023) auction will be held in Kochi on December 23. A total of 21 international cricketers - including Ben Stokes, Kane Williamson, Sam Curran and Jason Holder - have a Rs. 2 crore base price for the auction. None of the Indian players have set a base price.See the Story
75% Right coverage: 4 sources