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David Warner shaping up nicely for T20 World Cup; smashes 75 and leaves Finch pleased
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Finch said following Warner's 41-ball pyrotechnics that the opening batter made the difference in the 31-run victory, which helped Australia make a clean sweep of the two-match series. Batting first, Australia scored a competitive 178/7 with Warner and middle-order batter Tim David (42) guiding them to a fighting total. Young Cameron Green failed to fire, being dismissed for just one run.
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Liverpool's downfall?
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Green could be 'vulnerable', CA should manage his workload: Pat Cummins
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The Australian pace spearhead also said that the 23-year-old Green, who slammed two half centuries coming at the top of the order against India in the recently concluded T20I series, could be "vulnerable" to injuries if his workload is not managed properly. "Even the last couple of summers, it's one of my first kind of thoughts whenever I bowl him is: we don't want to burn him, he's young, he's vulnerable," Cummins was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au. "Now he's in and around three formats, it becomes even more important."
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Mohammed Shami tests negative for Covid-19
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"Negative," Mohammed Shami wrote on his Instagram account along with a picture of his Covid-19 test report. The development comes hours after the BCCI named veteran pacer Umesh Yadav as his replacement for the three-match T20I series against South Africa, beginning on Wednesday in Thiruvananthapuram.
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Novak-Djokovic
I still want to play highest level of tennis; Federer's retirement is a sad moment: Djokovic
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The Serbian has seen his ATP ranking nosedive from No. 1 to No.7 this year due to the 35-year-old missing the two majors, and the Wimbledon -- which Djokovic won defeating Australia's Nick Kyrgios -- being stripped of ATP and WTA ranking points for not allowing Russian and Belarusian players from competing this year.
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Advantages of Online Gaming You Might Not Realise
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You cannot discount the impact of the internet on people's lives. In the past, gaming involved family members and friends because there was no internet back then, so people engaged in board games or outdoor games. But today, there are more options, and online gaming is witnessing rapid growth.
Virat-Kohli-Suryakumar-Yadav
Kohli is growing in confidence with each game and his power game is returning: Sanjay Manjrekar
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Virat Kohli, following his fine batting display in the recently concluded Asia Cup in the UAE where he also scored his maiden T20I century and his match- and series-winning 63 in the third and final T20I against Australia in Hyderabad, has been in sublime form ever since his comeback, and Manjrekar feels it augurs well for Indian with the T20 World Cup next month in Australia.
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Legends league Cricket hits record-breaking viewership
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According to the latest Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) TV ratings, the opening match of the season between India Maharajas and World Giants, played at Eden Gardens with the world's greatest players taking part in it, has garnered higher ratings than any other on-going cricket league in the country.
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Ben-Stokes
Ben Stokes not happy with ECB's proposal to drastically reduce number of county matches: Report
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According to a report in mirror.co.uk, the ECB has completed a "high performance review" under former captain Andrew Strauss and published the final report with 17 recommendations. One of the recommendations reportedly says the County Championship should be a three-division competition, with a six-team top division and two secondary conferences where the winners face each other for one promotion spot each year.
Manik-Ohlan
We hope to do well at the National Games, says Delhi's Manik Ohlan
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Representing Delhi, the ace basketball player and his team qualified for the 3X3 format at the upcoming National games which will be held in Gujarat. Manik Ohlan was also part of the 15-day camp at IG stadium for north zone senior nationals and qualified for the senior national tournament which will be held in Udaipur in November.
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