Saturday, November 25, 2017

International Cricket Council Approves Four-Day Tests On A Trial Basis

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday decided to give the green light to four-day Tests to be held on a trial basis. The world governing body, however, confirmed that the launch of the new Test Championship will be held in the usual five-day format. The four-day Tests are "a trial, just in the same way day-night Tests and technology have been trialled by Members", the ICC said in a media release. Members will be able to organise bilateral four-day Test matches as an experiment till the ICC 2019 World Cup.


FIFA U-17 World Cup: India Will Do Well In Future Tournaments, Says Team Captain Amarjit Singh

The India Under-17 team garnered a lot of praise and support from the nation as they scripted history by becoming the first ever team from the country to feature in a FIFA World Cup. India, being the hosts, qualified automatically for the global showpiece and coach Luis Norton de Matos had stressed that they would fight to the best of their capabilities.


Babar Azam stroked five boundaries in his 131-ball 103

Ahmed Shehzad was trending on Twitter for a whole hour since the start of the first One-Day International between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Dubai. It was all because he had lasted 12 balls at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, before his inability to rotate the strike resulted in him falling prey to pressure as he holed out to Akila Dananjaya at square leg for a duck on Friday (October 13).


Pro Kabaddi League: UP Yoddha Crush Jaipur Pink Panthers

Rishank Devadiga wrote his name in history books by scoring 28 points as UP Yoddha hammered Jaipur Pink Panthers 53-32 in a Pro Kabaddi League match, on Thursday. Devadiga created the record for most points scored by a raider ever in a Pro Kabaddi League match. UP Yoddha also recorded the highest number of points scored by any team in Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 5.


India Vs Australia: 'Sorry Aussies', Guwahati Fans Apologise For Rock-Throwing Incident

The on-going T20 International series between India and Australia hit a road bump when a stone was hurled at the visitors' bus after the second match at Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati, which they had won by eight wickets. Bringing the incident to light, Australian opener Aaron Finch had uploaded a photo of the shattered glass window of the Australian bus.


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