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Sports Calendar 2021 - PitchHigh

  • Dec 16, 2020
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Sports Calendar 2021 - PitchHigh

  • Dec 16, 2020
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Sports Calendar 2021Here is a list of the most important sporting events for 2021. It is not possible to list all sporting events here, although we have tried to include all the major sporting events of the major sports, especially international competitions, known to date.Key events for this calendar year include the Tokyo Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games, European Football Championship 2020, Rugby World Cup, Women's Rugby World Cup, World Urban Games, Invictus Games and World Fighting Games, in addition to the regular annual events.Check out the current calendar of major sporting events in the world.Date(s)SportEventLocationJan 14–31HandballWorld Championships (men)EgyptJan 21-31 (Postponed)Multi-sportsWinter UniversiadeLucerne, SwitzerlandJan 28-30Extreme SportsWinter X Games 25Aspen, Colorado, USAFeb 1-11Football (Soccer)FIFA Club World CupQatarFeb 6-12Multi-sportsSpecial Olympics World Winter GamesJämtland County, SwedenFeb 6 - Mar 20RugbySix NationsUK, Ireland, France & ItalyFeb 7Gridiron/FootballSuper BowlRaymond James Stadium, Tampa, FloridaFeb 8-21TennisAustralia OpenMelbourne, AustraliaFeb 9-21SkiingWorld Alpine Ski ChampionshipsCortina d'Ampezzo, ItalyFeb 23-Mar 7Skiing (Nordic)Nordic World Ski ChampionshipsOberstdorf, GermanyMar 9-23BaseballWorld Baseball ClassicJapan, Taiwan, USAMar 19-21AthleticsWorld Athletics Indoor ChampionshipNanjing, ChinaMar 23-28Multi-sportsWinter Military World GamesBerchtesgaden and Ruhpolding, GermanyApril 2-10 (postponed from 2020)Multi-sportsAsian Beach GamesSanya, ChinaApr 8-11GolfMastersAugusta, Georgia, USAApr 10Horse RacingGrand NationalAintree Racecourse in LiverpoolApr?Table TennisWorld ChampionshipHouston, United StatesApr 17 - May 3SnookerWorld Snooker ChampionshipCrucible Theatre in Sheffield, EnglandMay 1Horse RacingKentucky DerbyLouisville, Kentucky, USMay 3-9Multi-sportsWorld Combat GamesNur-Sultan, KazakhstanMay 14-22Multi-sportsArafura GamesDarwin, AustraliaMay 14-30Multi-sportsWorld Masters Games (Summer)Kansai, JapanMay 17-23GolfUS PGAKiawah Island Golf Resort, Ocean Course, Kiawah Island, SCMay 21 - June 6Ice HockeyIIHF World Championshipco-hosted by Minsk, Belarus and Riga, LatviaMay 30Auto RacingIndianapolis 500Indianapolis, USAMay 15Football (Soccer)FA Cup finalWembley Stadium, LondonMay 23 - Jun 6 (TBC)TennisFrench OpenParis, FranceMay 29Football (Soccer)UEFA Champions League Final?May 29 - Jun 5 (postponed from 2020)Multi-sportsInvictus GamesThe Hague, The Netherlands Jun 11 - Jul 11 (postponed from 2020)Football (Soccer)Euro 2020the tournament played across Europe, the final in London UK.Jun 11 - Jul 11 (postponed from 2020)Football (Soccer)47th Copa AméricaArgentina, ColombiaJun 12-13Auto Racing89th 24 Hours of Le MansCircuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, FranceJunIce HockeyStanley Cup finalsJunBasketballNBA FinalsUSA/CanadaJun 17-20GolfUS OpenTorrey Pines Golf Course, La Jolla, CaliforniaJune?Football (Soccer)FIFA Club World CupChinaJune-JulyFootball (Soccer)African Cup of NationsCameroonJun 26 - Jul 18CyclingTour de FranceFranceJun 28 - July 11TennisWimbledonLondon, EnglandJul 15–18GolfBritish OpenRoyal St George's Golf Club Sandwich Kent EnglandJul?Extreme SportsSummer X GamesMinneapolis, Minnesota?Jul 23 - Aug 8Multi-sportsSummer OlympicsTokyo, JapanJul 30-Aug 8Multi-sportsWorld Police and Fire GamesRotterdam, South Holland, NetherlandsAug 8-19Multi-sportsSummer UniversiadeChengdu, ChinaAug?BoxingAIBA World Championships (men)New Delhi, IndiaAug 24 - Sep 5Multi-sportsParalympic GamesTokyo, JapanAug 30 - Sep 12 (TBC)TennisUS OpenNew York, USAAug 31-Sep 6GolfSolheim CupToledo, Ohio, USASep?RowingWorld Rowing Championships?Sep?Multi-sportsWorld Urban GamesBudapest, HungarySep?CyclingUCI Road World ChampionshipsBruges and Leuven, BelgiumSept 10-19Multi-sportsIslamic Solidarity GamesKonya, TurkeySep 18 – Oct 16RugbyWomen's World CupNew ZealandSept?AFLGrand FinalMelbourne, AustraliaSept?Rugby LeagueNRL Grand FinalSydney Cricket Ground, AustraliaOct?BaseballWorld Series?Oct 13-17CyclingWorld Track ChampionshipsAchgabat, TurkmenistanOct 18 - Nov 15CricketICC World T20 (men)IndiaOct 23 - Nov 27Rugby LeagueWorld CupEnglandNov 2Horse RacingMelbourne CupVictoria, Australia?Multi-sportsLusophony GamesLuanda, AngolaNov 21-Dec 2Multi-sportsSouth-East Asian GamesHanoi, VietnamDec 2-19HandballWorld Championships (women)Spain 

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Top Opening Partnerships in Test Cricket

  • Dec 17, 2020
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In a five-day game in which both teams play twice, the rookies play an important role in laying the groundwork. For the first hit team, you want your players to get off to a great start so that the others can take advantage of that and put pressure on the opponent. One of the most important roles in converting a team's fortune to test cricket is the starting batsmen. No wonder why the teams with the best beginners at their disposal are so successful in the longer format.In Test Cricket, if a beginner falls early, it gets really hard on the mid-ranking to driveRecovery against the red ball. Beginners play against the opposing team's best shootersFace the toughest spells in Test Cricket. Test cricket has, over the years, witnessed many world-class beginners who become an inspiration for the younger generation.Gautam Gambhir and Virender SehwagGautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag have been hailed as one of Test Cricket's Best Indian Opening Pairs. It was super fun to watch the two hit together, regardless of the format. The two share a great bond and played for Delhi Ranji Team. Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir participated in several surprising opening partnerships during the period 2004-2012, where they wrestled together at the starting position in 87 events and scored 4,412 points with an average of 52.52. They participated in 11 federations of a hundred races in Test Cricket.Marvan Atapattu and Sanath JayasuriyaMarvan Atapattu and Sanath Jayasuriya ended their careers with a lot of jobs under their belt. Both scored numerous rounds in all formats and shared excellent Test Cricket partnerships. Together, they scored 4,469 points in 118 rounds when they began for Sri Lanka in the test. They scored matches with an average of 40.26 healthy and participated in 9 100 entries in the longest-running form of the game.Alastair Cook and Andrew StraussFrom 2006 to 2012, England was blessed with strong starting partner Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook. Both were prolific run-scorers for England. Alastair Cook is, in fact, England's number one run-scorer on auditions. Cook and Strauss scored many kicks together as beginners and contributed significantly to England's Test victories.They are currently the third-best starting pair on Test Cricket, having scored 4,771 passes together with an average of 40.96. Additionally, they shared 14 race partnerships when they opened for England in the test.Matthew Hayden and Justin LangerDuring the period 2000 and 2007, Australia was considered invisible. They boasted strong leadership, including a world-class starting pair of Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer. Langer and Haynes had the ability to build a great partnership and tire opposing bowlers.Both leftists have enjoyed an excellent cricket career. They formed many associations that helped the team win matches. Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer are currently the second-best starter duo on Test Cricket. The duo fought together in 113 rounds, scoring 5,655 rounds with an average of 51.88.Gordon Greenidge and Desmond HaynesThe West Indies staring couple Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes are still the best starting duo in Test cricket. Greenidge and Haynes love to work together and have come together in numerous partnerships. Greenidge and Haynes played one of the biggest roles in making the West Indies a formidable test unit during the 1990s, starting together in 148 rounds, scoring 6,482 points with an average of 47.31. Sew up to 16 assemblies for hundreds of executions.Also Read: India vs Australia 1st Test | IND vs AUS Probable XI | Fantasy Playing Tips | More

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India vs England 2021 | England tour of India Full Schedule, venue, dates - All you need to know

  • Jan 12, 2021
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Cricket will return to India in February next year when India hosts England. India is set to play 4 Tests, 5 T20I, and 3 ODI against England, as BCCI announced on Thursday. It will be a good opportunity for both teams to get used to the conditions in India, especially with the T20 World Cup that will be held in India next year. Fans will be excited to see cricket returning to the country after nearly a year.Here is the full schedule of India vs England 2021.India vs England 2021, Test series Schedule1st Test: Chennai | 5th Feb-9th Feb2nd Test: Chennai | 13th Feb-17th Feb3rd Test: Ahmedabad | 24th Feb-28th Feb (D/N)4th Test: Ahmedabad | 4th-8th MarchIndia vs England 2021, T20I series Schedule1st T20I: Ahmedabad | 12th March2nd T20I: Ahmedabad | 14th March3rd T20I: Ahmedabad | 16th March4th T20I: Ahmedabad | 18th March5th T20I: Ahmedabad | 20th MarchIndia vs England 2021, ODI series schedule:1st ODI: Pune | 23rd March2nd ODI: Pune | 26th March3rd ODI: Pune | 28th MarchAlso Read: Jasprit Bumrah become highest paid Indian cricketer in 2020