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Women's T20I Tri-series: Body is fine, will get better with rest, says Harmanpreet Kaur
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India had elected to bat first on a slow pitch at Buffalo Park but managed to put in just 109/4 in their 20 overs. Harleen Deol top-scored with 46 but took 56 balls to make those runs while Harmanpreet made 21 off 22 balls. Moreover, Harmanpreet needed the attention of the physio and had to go off the field for some time too.
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Yasir Arafat to serve as Pakistan's coach in Arthur's absence: Report
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Arthur is set to be unveiled as Pakistan's 'team director' soon and will have the option of choosing when to accompany the team due to his commitment with Derbyshire and his reluctance to take on a full-time coaching role, said the Pakistan Observer newspaper in a report on Friday.
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Women's T20I Tri-series: Chloe Tryon's heroics lead South Africa to 5-wicket win over India in final
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Chloe blasted six fours and two sixes on her way to a career-best 57 not out off 32 deliveries for South Africa to successfully chase down India's score of 109/4 after Nonkululeko Mlaba's 2/16 led the charge with the ball. After winning the toss and electing to bat first, India were placed under immediate pressure.
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IND v AUS: Aussies rope in 'Ashwin duplicate', spin-friendly tracks to train for Test series
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The Australians are expecting India to play to their strength at home and lay out spin-friendly tracks and that is the reason they have devised a special strategy to meet the challenge. They have eschewed playing tour matches to prepare for the Test series and instead have decided to train at Bengaluru
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Traditional powerhouses set to clash in 76th Santosh Trophy final round
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Kerala, Goa, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, Punjab, Bengal, Meghalaya, Delhi and Manipur qualified from the group stages. They will be joined by Railways and Services in the final round of the tournament to kick off in Bhubaneswar on February 10.
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Wrestling: Aman Sehrawat wins bronze medal at Zagreb Open Ranking Series
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Aman took down Zane Richards of the USA with a 10-4 victory in the bronze medal playoff on Wednesday night, securing the first medal for India at Zagreb Open. Both wrestlers were tied at 4-4 at the end of the first period. The Indian then dominated Richards in the second and collected six straight points to wrap up the win.
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FIFA Women's World Cup: Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand 'shocked & disappointed' over Saudi sponsor
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The Women's World Cup takes place from July 20 to August 20 in cities across Australia and New Zealand. Football Australia and New Zealand football have said that they have not been consulted by FIFA on this matter. Both the football's governing bodies have jointly written to FIFA and sought clarification of the situation.
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Hilton Moreeng backs his experienced South Africa side ahead of India & T20 World Cup challenge
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The women's T20I tri-series finale between South Africa and India gets underway at Buffalo Park in East London on Thursday evening. Ahead of the final, Moreeng emphasized the importance of staying in the present, with the focus solely on finishing strong against a talented Indian team before looking ahead to the World Cup.
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Would have been happier had I got some more runs: Rahul Tripathi
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Tripathi scored a vital 44 off just 22 before getting caught off Ish Sodhi's short ball in the ninth over. After the match, the 31-year-old batter said: "I would have been happier had I got some more runs. Rahul (Dravid) sir and everyone has been telling me to play in the same way I have been
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Defeat to England in 3rd ODI puts massive dent in South Africa''s World Cup hopes
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Skipper Jos Buttler (131 off 127 balls) and Dawid Malan (118 off 114 balls) shared a 232-run partnership for the fourth wicket after the hosts had reduced England to 3/14 in the sixth over. That helped the visitors put up a massive 346/7 in their 50 overs.
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