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‘UAE will be tough to beat in World Cup qualifiers’

UAE captain Rohan Mustafa celebrates with teammates after their win over Namibia in the ICC World Cricket League in Windhoek on Wednesday.Dubai.

IPL is not the villain but a motivation: Ashwin

From left: Ramesh Ramakrishnan of Gen-Next Cricket Academy, Ravichandran Ashwin and Anis Sajan during the breakfast with Ashwin function at Kings’ School Al Barsha.Dubai: Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin is also a brilliant motivator.

IPL is not the villain but a motivation: Ashwin

Dubai: Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin is also a brilliant motivator.

Jason Derulo, Abida Parveen, Ali Zafar in Dubai

Top musical talents will converge at the opening ceremony of the Pakistan Super League in the UAE on February 22Sufi singer Abida Parveen, American RB singer Jason Derulo and Pakistani pop sensations Ali Zafar and Shehzad Roy will come together to perform at the opening ceremony of the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL) on February 22 at the Dubai International Stadium.

Kirmani’s tip transforms Roger into a young run machine

Dubai: A piece of advice from India’s legendary wicketkeeper Syed Kirmani has transformed the budding 15-year-old Shoun Roger into a young run machine.

India beat South Africa for ODI series win

Rohit Sharma plays a shot during the fourth ODI cricket match between South Africa and India in Port Elizabeth.

UAE captain hopeful of staying in the race

Dubai: UAE skipper Rohan Mustafa is hopeful of wining their last group match against Namibia on Wednesday and remain in the race for a slot in the ICC World Cup qualifiers.

Stokes free to join squad in New Zealand this week

London: Ben Stokes will join his England teammates in New Zealand later this week after the cricketer appeared at a magistrates’ court on Tuesday to indicate a plea of not guilty to a charge of affray.

Politics can’t define my relation with Kohli, Afridi says

Pakistan cricket’s popular icon lets his hair down in St.


Chris Gayle set for hamstring scan, ruled out of England vs...

West Indies star batsman Chris Gayle was set to spend part of his 38th birthday in a Nottingham hospital after a hamstring injury ruled him out of the second one-day international against England at Trent Bridge on Thursday.