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Met reminds Cricket World Cup spectators not to buy tickets from touts

The Metropolitan Police Service is reminding members of the public who are hoping to attend a Cricket World Cup fixture not to purchase tickets from touts outside the stadium and reminds those that are selling fraudulent One thing synonymous with every India–Pakistan cricket match is the emotions attached to it.

July 2 runoff set in Mississippi Choctaw chief’s race

A runoff election to become chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is set for July 2.

World Cup 2019 Ind vs NZ Live Cricket Score Streaming: Here’s how to watch...

ICC World Cup 2019: The 2019 ICC World Cup will take place from May 30, till July 14, 2019.

England star Jos Buttler tells stars to embrace home advantage to bring home first...

JOS BUTTLER has told his England team-mates to embrace the pressure of being World Cup favourites.

One-Day Cup: Hampshire batsman Aneurin Donald aims for Lord’s win

Hampshire kept Somerset under pressure at the top of Division One of the Specsavers County Championship as they recorded a healthy 244-run victory over Nottinghamshire on...

Kobe Steel says it has been indicted over data tampering scandal

Kobe Steel Ltd said on Thursday it has been indicted by prosecutors over a data tampering scandal that shook the company last year.

Reports: Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association embroiled in selection controversy

In what could be the biggest controversy in Indian cricket since the spot-fixing scandal, News1 India reports that Akram Saifi, supposedly a former cricketer Saha misses out from squad for first three tests BCCI to make call on injured seamer Kumar MUMBAI: Rishabh Pant has been included as the second wicketkeeper in an 18-man.

India squad for first 3 England Tests announced; Pant picked, Bumrah to miss opener

Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday announced an 18-memnber Indian squad for the first three Tests against England, including uncapped Rishab Pant.

Retirement hint? Twitterati abuzz as MS Dhoni takes match ball post ODI series loss

Leeds : Star batsman Joe Root continued his splendid run with a second successive century as England produced another impressive all-round display to canter to a comprehensive eight-wicket win over India in the series-deciding final ODI to wrap up the three-match series 2-1, at Leeds on Tuesday.

Youngsters key to Pakistan chances in World Cup: Naushad

ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan team manager and Test cricketer Col (r) Naushad Ali Saturday said that emergence of youngsters would help raise a competitive combination for the 2019 World Cup to be held in England .


Morgan joy as Root back in the runs

Morgan joy as Root back in the runs LEEDS: Eoin Morgan was glad to see the return of the “Joe Root we know and trust” as his second successive unbeaten hundred helped England clinch the One-day International series against India.