Pakistan’s Shehzad faces ban after failed drug test

Lahore- Maverick Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad failed a drug test conducted during a domestic tournament in April, the country's cricket authorities confirmed on Tuesday, and could face a ban of up to four years.

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20 years after Didier Deschamps captained France to a World Cup glory, he’s traded in his boots for brogues and will coach France on the biggest stage in football.

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BENGALURU: They turned thick friends while playing and dreamt of becoming famous some day.

Women’s cricket team coach Tushar Arothe resigns

Mumbai: Tushar Arothe, the 51-year-old coach of the Indian women’s team has tendered his resignation to the cricket board, it is learnt here.

Ahmed Shehzad charged over positive test for banned substance, says PCB

By: Reuters | Published: July 10, 2018 2:30:13 Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad.

India vs England: Joe Root will be spurred on by T20 axe, says Paul...

By: Reuters | Updated: July 10, 2018 4:52:05 Cricket – England v India – Second International T20 – The SSE SWALEC, Cardiff, Britain – July 6, 2018 England’s Joe Root is bowled out by India’s Yuzvendra Chahal (not pictured) Action Images via Reuters/Ed Sykes Joe Root’s exclusion from the Twenty20 series decider against India on Sunday will fuel the England test captain’s desire to improve going into this week’s opening one-day international between the sides, interim head coach Paul Farbrace has said.

Ireland through to semi-finals of World T20 Qualifier after beating Uganda

The Ireland Women’s cricket team have completed a comprehensive victory of Uganda on Tuesday and ensured they remain top of Group B, booking themselves a semi-finals berth, in Amstelveen.

Billings and Denly sign long term deals

Kent captain Sam Billings and vice-captain Joe Denly have signed long-term contract extensions with the club.

KL Rahul should replace Virat Kohli at No. 3 in ODIs: Sourav Ganguly

Virat Kohli batted himslef at No.3 in the India's ODI batting line-up, but former skipper Sourav Ganguly feels KL Rahul should bat at that position and the current Indian captain should come down at four in the line-up.

Degree row: DySP Harmanpreet may be demoted to constable’s post

The government, however, is yet to take a final decision as the home department has sought comments from the director general of police on this matter.