Even a top dog can’t be given rocket fuel up his backside, says Ravi...

By: Sports Desk | Updated: May 25, 2018 1:51:01 Virat Kohli was ruled out of his Surrey stint.

Tracer bullet 2.0! Even rocket fuel wouldn’t help Virat Kohli, says Ravi Shastri

Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) cut off Virat Kohli’s county stint with Surrey on Thursday after the Team India skipper sustained a neck injury.

Devon Smith back in Windies Test team for Sri Lanka series – Times of...

TRINIDAD: Top-order batsman Devon Smith has been recalled to the 13-man West Indies squad after a gap of three years for the three-match Test series against Sri Lanka, beginning June 6 at the Queens Park Oval here.

Review: Eleven Gods and a Billion Indians by Boria Majumdar

Rs.699, 450pp; Simon Schuster If there is one sub-genre in literature that historically produces work of both high literary quality and sports historiography, it is that of ‘cricket writing’.

ICC prohibits wearing smart watches on field

[UAE], May 25 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday prohibited players and match officials to use communication devices, including smart watches which are in any way connected to a phone or WIFI, on the field as well as in the dressing room.

England vs Pakistan, LIVE cricket score

England vs Pakistan, LIVE cricket scores: Latest updates and scorecard from first Test, day two at Lord's Pakistan resume on 50 for one on the second day of the first Test at Lord's England suffered another miserable batting collapse as they were out for 184 Alastair Cook was the only batsman to impress with his knock of 70 Last wicket: Imam-ul-Haq lbw b Broad 4 (fall of wicket: 12 for one)  By Robert Summerscales For Mailonline Published: 05:00 EDT, 25 May 2018 | Updated: 05:00 EDT, 25 May 2018 England will be hoping for a drastic improvement after being bowled out for a miserable score of 184 at Lord's on the opening day of the Test summer.

ICC issues reminder after Pakistan players found wearing smartwatch devices

ICC warns players not to wear smartwatches onfield after opening day of England-Pakistan Test Posted May 25, 2018 18:53:07 Cricket's governing body the International Cricket Council (ICC) has warned players to stop wearing smartwatches during play to avoid any allegations of match-fixing.

Narendra Modi, ministers and celebrities join in fitness craze everyone in India is talking...

The Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and prime minister Narendra Modi are among scores of celebrities, sports personalities and politicians taking part in a new fitness craze that has taken the country by storm.

Sri Lanka scales back squad after Silva pullout

Colombo - Sri Lanka's cricket board will not replace all-rounder Dhananjaya de Silva who withdrew from a tour of the West Indies following the murder of his father, officials said on Friday.

Smartphones? Not on our watch: ICC tells players

(Reuters) - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has warned players to stop wearing smartwatches during play to avoid any allegations of match-fixing, cricket’s governing body said on Friday.