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Partially blind Aussie manager prepared for pink ball Test

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ADELAIDE: Australia’s partially blind wicketkeeper Matthew Wade demands he will adapt in the current week’s day-night Test against South Africa in spite of experiencing issues in grabbing the pink ball under lights. The Victorian gloveman has been reviewed to the detriment of Peter Nevill among a heap of changes for ...

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Unaltered Zimbabwe select to bat against Sri Lanka

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BULAWAYO: Zimbabwe skipper Graeme Cremer batted on a cloudy morning for the second successive match in Bulawayo. With one misfortune and one tie, Zimbabwe need to win against Sri Lanka to remain alive in the tri-arrangement. Regardless of overnight rain and desolate conditions, both chiefs needed to bat first. In ...

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Kohli acclaims bowlers in the wake of lowering England

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Visakhapatnam, India: India captain Virat Kohli on Monday adulated his bowlers after they set off an England batting breakdown to hand his side a pounding 246-run win on the most recent day of the second Test in Visakhapatnam. India’s lively knocking down some pins prevented England from settling in as ...

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West Indies Women whitewash India Women in T20 arrangement

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VIJAYAWADA: West Indies Women finished a 3-0 breadth of the T20I arrangement against India by easily shielding 139 in Vijayawada. The hosts, pursuing 140, lost opener VR Vanitha for 0 to a run-out by Stafanie Taylor. Smriti Mandhana and opener Meghna Singh were additionally rejected in the Powerplay, diminishing India ...

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Russian stripped of London Olympics gold decoration

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ZURICH: Russia’s Yuliya Zaripova has been stripped of the gold decoration she won in the ladies’ 3,000 meters steeplechase at the 2012 London Olympics, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Monday. Zaripova, who tried positive for turinabol, was among 12 competitors, including seven medallists, who were precluded from their ...

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