Archive | November, 2018

Opener Prithvi Shaw Twists Ankle Ahead of Tests

Prithvi Shaw, India’s up-and-coming star opening batsman, rolled his ankle in the practice game against Cricket Australia XI. At this time, Shaw will not play in the first Test match, scheduled for 6th – 10th December 2018. Shaw was fielding in the outfield, attempting a catch, and came down hard on his ankle. Although he […]

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Hockey World Cup: India Beats SA in First Match

The Hockey World Cup 2018 began with a perfect start for India while South Africa had a difficult start. India played against South Africa at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. In the team’s opening match in Pool C, India simply dominated the field, resulting in a 5 – 0 win. India’s Goal Scorers Akashdeep Singh, […]

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India Levels T20I Series with 3rd Match Win

India entered the T20 International series against Australia expecting to maintain their unbeaten T20I series run. India lost the first T20I in Brisbane by the DLS Method in a 17-over match, ended prematurely because of the rain. With more rain in Melbourne, the second T20I ended with No Result. At that time, India could no […]

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Another weekend to watch for Indian sport fans. Check out the cricket odds for Australia v India and who we think will win the match.

Australia v India: Third T20i Odds and Betting Preview

The rain came to put an end to Friday’s second game in this three match series and it left India frustrated as they had kept Australia to a manageable total. The forecast for Sunday’s match looks much brighter, though. So can the tourists build on that momentum and finish the T20 leg of this tour […]

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India Women’s Cricket Team Loses T20 Semis

The India Women’s cricket team played well in the ICC Women’s World T20, until they didn’t. India was on a winning streak In the World T20 semi-final. After some bad decisions India lost to England by eight wickets. India ended with 112 runs in 19.3 overs, while England ended on 116/2 in 17.1 overs. India […]

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