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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

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Indian Women's Hockey Team Leaves For Argentina Tour

  • Jan 14, 2021
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The Indian women's hockey team left the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi for Argentina on Sunday. This will be the first round of the national team in almost a year. India Hockey Company also selected the 25-member Indian Hockey Team for the tour. The Indian team is scheduled to play two games against Argentina (Junior) on January 17 and 19, two games against Argentina B on January 22 and 24, and four matches against Argentina on January 26, 28, 30, and 31. Indian hockey and the host national league have created a biological bubble in Argentina for both the Argentina women's team and the Indian women's team. The Indian women hockey team will be staying in a hotel where separate team rooms have been provided for all meals, team meetings, sessions, etc.“It feels great to be on the road again. We have worked hard on our game for the past few months and it is time to put our skills to live in an international match. Playing in international matches will be a bit different at this point.” Indian women's hockey team captain Rani Rampal said in at Statement: "We will be in a biological bubble, and the team is excited to return to the field in the best possible way at this time."The entire Indian group underwent a Covid-19 RT-PCR test 72 hours before leaving New Delhi. Although there are no quarantine requirements upon arrival in Argentina, the team will continue to comply with all health and safety measures recommended by the governments of India and Argentina, according to Hockey India in an official statement.The deputy captain and goalkeeper of the Indian women's hockey team, Savita, thanked Hockey India and SAI for organizing the tour of Argentina.We desperately need to return to a competitive situation where there is not much time left for the Olympics. We have been doing well in the training sessions, but the international match is always the real test for any athlete. Therefore, we would like to thank Savita: “India Hockey and SAI for their efforts. In organizing a tour for us. We are looking forward to a great game and we hope to start playing with all our energy from the first match. "The 25-member Indian Women's Hockey squad: Rani (Captain), Savita (Vice-Captain), Rajani Etimarpu, Bichu Devi Kharibam, Gurjit Kaur, Deep Grace Ekka, Rashmita Minz, Manpreet Kaur, Reena Khokhar, Monika, Nikki Pradhan, Vandana Katariya, Navneet Kaur, Navjot Kaur, Jyoti, Udita, Rajwinder Kaur, Salima Tete, Nisha, Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam, Lilima Minz, Neha Goyal, Namita Toppo, Lalremsiami, Sharmila Devi.Also Read: THE 47TH FIH STATUTORY CONGRESS WILL HAPPEN IN DELHI 

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Road Safety World Series 2021: Full list of matches(timetable), venues, ticket booking

  • Feb 24, 2021
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The World Road Safety Championship will resume next month with the participation of six teams. Myths of India, South African myths, West Indies mythology, and Sri Lanka myths will continue from where they left last year. Australia Legends will be absent from this tournament, but England Legends and Bangladesh Legends will continue their absence.The 2021 Global Road Safety Series matches will be held at Shahid Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur. The tournament will resume on March 5, 2021, and will end on March 21, 2021.Cricket legends from all over the world will compete in the World Road Safety Series 2021. Last year, the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, TM Dilshan, Zaheer Khan, Brett Lee, Brian Lara, Jonty Rhodes, and Yuvraj Singh participated in this competition.Legends of India won their matches against Legends of Sri Lanka and Legends of the West Indies. The organizers decided to resume the previous tournament rather than start over. India Legends will play England Legends, South Africa Legends, and Bangladesh Legends before the semi-finals start.The Legends of India will face Bangladesh Legends at the opening tournament. At the conclusion of the group matches, the first four teams will meet in the semi-finals on 17 and 18 March. The final will take place on Sunday. All games will start at 7:00 PM India Standard Time.Here's a look at the complete schedule and ticketing details for the World Road Safety Series 2021.How to book tickets for Road Safety World Series 2021?Tickets for the World Road Safety Series 2021 are available at Tickets for the knockout games and matches involving India Legends start from 500 rupees. The minimum price for tickets for other matches is 100 rupees.Road Safety World Series 2021 Timetable(All matches will happen in Raipur and the start time is 7:00 PM IST)March 5, India Legends vs. Bangladesh LegendsMarch 6, Sri Lanka Legends vs. West Indies LegendsMarch 7, England Legends vs. Bangladesh LegendsMarch 8, South Africa Legends vs. Sri Lanka LegendsMarch 9, India Legends vs. England LegendsMarch 10, Bangladesh Legends vs. Sri Lanka LegendsMarch 11, England Legends vs. South Africa LegendsMarch 12, Bangladesh Legends vs. West Indies LegendsMarch 13, India Legends vs. South Africa LegendsMarch 14, Sri Lanka Legends vs. England LegendsMarch 15, South Africa Legends vs. Bangladesh LegendsMarch 16, England Legends vs. West Indies LegendsMarch 17, Semifinal 1March 18, Semifinal 2March 21, Road Safety World Series 2021 Final.Also Read: IPL 2021: GOOD NEWS FOR IPL 2021, ONLINE TRADING COMPANY GROWW TO JOIN IPL AS OFFICIAL PARTNER

England- India Test Series To Kick Off 2nd World Test Championship: Report

  • Jun 30, 2021
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Two months after the sad misfortune at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, Virat Kohli-drove Team India will start the procedures for the second pattern of the World Test Championship, playing the opener against England in a five-Test series beginning August. As indicated by ESPNCricinfo, the subsequent cycle will traverse August 2021 to June 2023. The timetable and scene for the last are up in the air by the ICC. The subsequent cycle will involve just two five-Test series - the Ashes in December being the other. The Border-Gavaskar series in India in 2022 will be the solitary four-Test series. Also Read: On This Day In 2007: Sachin Tendulkar Became First Batsman to Cross 15,000 ODI Runs MarkThe subsequent cycle also will include nine groups, with each playing six series: three home and three away - which were recently concluded in 2018 by every one of the individuals as a component of the 2019-23 Future Tours Program. India's home mission will start with the New Zealand series, which will likewise stamp the beginning of Blackcaps' title-safeguard campiagn. They will likewise confront Sri Lanka an Australia at home. South Africa and Bangladesh will be their other abroad series. Britain will play the most Test matches (21), trailed by India's 19. New Zealand, the champs of the debut title, will play just 13 Tests.

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Yuvraj Singh hints at comeback from retirement next year

  • Nov 02, 2021
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World Cup-winning former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has decided to come out of retirement in February next year “on public demand”, more than two years after he called it quits. In a surprise late-night post on Instagram on Monday, 39-year-old Yuvraj posted a clip of his final century for India when he smashed 150 against England in Cuttack in January 2017 and posted a message about his possible comeback. “God decides your destiny !!On public demand il be back on the pitch hopefully in February ! Ain’t nothing like this feeling! “Thank you for your love and wishes, mean a lot to me ! Keep supporting IND it’s our team and a true fan will show his or her support in tough times,” Yuvraj wrote. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Yuvraj Singh (@yuvisofficial)It is unclear whether he will be returning to be in contention for a place in the Indian team or in T20 leagues. The 2011 World Cup Player of the Tournament, the swashbuckling all-rounder had announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in June 2019. There were also talks that he may come out of retirement to play domestic cricket for Punjab and was even included in the 30-man list of probables for the 2020-21 Syed Mushtaq Ali but did not play. After retiring from international cricket, the southpaw played in franchise cricket around the world. He also featured in the Road Safety World Series and Abu Dhabi T10 league earlier this year. Indian cricketer Yuvraj played 304 ODIs and 40 Tests, scoring 8701 and 1900 runs respectively after making his debut in October 2000. He also took 111 ODI wickets with his left-arm spin bowling.Also Read- Messi confirms he will 'return to Barcelona' after PSG stint

Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, ODIs against Australia

Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya set to miss first 2 ODIs against Australia

  • Sep 19, 2023
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India dropped four regular members for the first two matches against AustraliaIndia now looks ahead to their last and final practice for the ODI World Cup at home as they take on five-time champions Australia in a three-match series beginning September 22 after their perfectly timed Asia Cup title haul in Colombo on Sunday, where they defeated Sri Lanka by 10 wickets. The selection committee made up to four changes, when most people would have anticipated India to remain the same save for that one injury issue involving Axar Patel.Ajit Agarkar, the chief selector for the BCCI, read out the roster for the three-match home series against Pat Cummins' team virtually the day after India's Asia Cup victory. India selected a 15-member team for the opening two games and a 17-member team for the championship match.India lost four regular players for the first two games in Baroda on September 27, while the selectors only recruited two additional players to their 15-member World Cup team for the final match. The squad was without Kuldeep Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma for the first two games.Responding to a question from the press, Agarkar revealed: "Few of the players have been given a breather. Rohit has taken a break.""Luckily we got a fair amount of cricket at the Asia Cup," Agarkar added. "If not, we would've looked at it some other way. More than physical, sometimes guys need a mental break, which isn't a bad thing leading into a tournament like the World Cup."For the third game, everyone will be available. We will play our World Cup squad. This [squad for the first two ODIs] gives us a chance to give guys sitting outside a chance. It's still a strong squad. Like I said, if we hadn't got a lot of cricket at the Asia Cup, who knows, we may have thought differently."Rohit and Kohli had both been rested for the West Indies ODI series and had only returned to the set-up in the Asia Cup. In a bid to test India's bench strength, both had relinquished their original batting spot in the first ODI match against West Indies before being rested for the second and third game. They had later missed the T20I contest and the tour of Ireland as well.In fact, Hardik led India in place of Rohit in the last two ODIs. Hardik has participated in every ODI match against the West Indies. While both were resting for the Ireland tour, Kuldeep also participated in the competition.In the first two games against Australia, KL Rahul will serve as the captain and Ravindra Jadeja as his backup. Tilak Varma and Ruturaj Gaikwad have been chosen for the first two games, and they will both be heading the Indian team at the Asian Games later this month.Also Read: Top 10 fantasy cricket websites in india

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IND vs NZ, World Cup semi-finals: ICC tournament history favours New Zealand

  • Nov 14, 2023
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World Cup 2023: India have not beaten New Zealand in a knockout game in any ICC event. Rohit Sharma's men face a stiff test against the BlackCaps when the two sides meet in the first semi-finals on Wednesday in Mumbai.In ShortIndia have lost 9 matches out of 14 games to New Zealand in ICC white-ball eventsIndia have not beaten New Zealand in an ICC knockout match so farIndia will head into the semi-finals of the World Cup as firm favouritesIndia appears unbeatable in the home World Cup. Despite facing criticism leading up to the marquee event, the team has responded like champions, securing victories in all nine matches during the league stage. There's a strong possibility that India could emulate Australia's success in 2003 and 2007 by finishing the World Cup campaign undefeated.Everything seems to be clicking at the right time for India. Rohit Sharma has led from the front in a sensational campaign as captain, and more importantly, as a ruthless opening batter. Virat Kohli has piled up the runs, scoring 594 in 9 matches. The middle-order, unlike 2019, is looking strong with Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul among the runs. The absence of Hardik Pandya has not induced panic; instead, it has brought more clarity to the team regarding player roles. They have opted for a strategy of playing with five frontline bowlers, incorporating all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. India's bowling unit has performed exceptionally well, with Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, and Mohammed Siraj causing havoc for the opposition teams. The spin duo of Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav has further showcased their mastery in the art of spin bowling.However, India have to start afresh on Wednesday when they face New Zealand in the semi-finals at the Wankhede Stadium. Yes, Rohit Sharma's men have the advantage of playing in front of a packed crowd, but history doesn't favor the Men In Blue.India and New Zealand have played each other 13 times in ICC events in white-ball cricket, but they have managed just 4 victories. Yes, India defeated New Zealand in Dharamsala a couple of weeks ago but it was the BlackCaps that gave India their toughest test in their dominant run in the league stage.Not many would have forgotten the 2019 World Cup semi-finals. India headed into the semi-finals in Manchester after having topped the league stage. And New Zealand, much like 2023, sneaked through to the semi-finals at the 4th spot. However, Kane Williamson and his men battled past a Virat Kohli-led side into the final.New Zealand did not do anything extraordinary. Like always, they did the basics right. Reading the pitch wonderfully well, New Zealand posted 239 on the board after winning the toss and opted to bat. Despite the game slipping into the Reserve Day due to rain, New Zealand kept their nerves under check and perfectly executed their bowling plans against India.India's top-order was blown away as Matt Henry and Trent Boult ran riot in overcast conditions. India slipped to 5 for 3 after losing Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul for 1 each. Ravindra Jadeja battled hard with 77 and MS Dhoni nearly pulled it off with a 50 but the former captain's heartbreaking run-out sealed the deal - an 18-run win for New Zealand.In the other knockout match that India and New Zealand have played in an ICC tournament (white-ball), New Zealand successfully chased 265 against a Sourav Ganguly-led side in Nairobi.New Zealand, led by Stephen Fleming, won the toss and opted to field. India rode on a 117 from Sourav Ganguly and 69 from sachin Tendulkar to post 264. The total could have been much more but India collapsed from 202 for 1, losing their last 5 wickets for just 62 runs.India's bowling attack, led by Venkatesh Prasad, got the early wickets but a sensational 102 not out from all-rounder Chris Cairns helped New Zealand win the ICC Knockout trophy.IND vs NZ in ICC WHITE-BALL TOURNAMENTS1975 World Cup: India lost by 4 wickets in Manchester1979 World Cup: India lost by 8 wickets in Leeds1987 World Cup: India won by 16 runs in Bengaluru1987 World Cup: India won by 9 wickets in Nagpur1992 World Cup: India lost by 4 wickets in Dunedin1999 World Cup: India lost by 5 wickets in Nottingham2000 Champions Trophy: India lost by 4 wickets in Nairobi (Final)2003 World Cup: India won by 7 wickets in Centurion2007 T20 World Cup: India lost by 10 runs n Johannesburg2016 T20 World Cup: India lost by 47 runs in Nagpur2019 World Cup: No result2019 World Cup: Lost by 18 runs in Manchester (semi-final)2021 T20 World Cup: Lost by 8 wickets in Dubai2023 World Cup: Won by 4 wickets in DharamsalaIndia will certainly head into the semi-finals of the 2023 World Cup as favourites but count New Zealand out at your own peril. The BlackCaps have not had a dominant run in the World Cup as they lost 4 matches on the trot before beating Sri Lanka in a must-win game to qualify for the semi-finals. However, they will be prepared to hand India another tough challenge. Also Read: Top 10 longest crickter six

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BCCI's Strong Message As Virat Kohli Withdraws From First Two England Tests

  • Jan 23, 2024
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Monday that star batter Virat Kohli has opted out of the first two Test matches against England citing 'personal reasons'. In an official statement, BCCI said that Kohli had conversations with skipper Rohit Sharma and the team management regarding his absence and extended their support to the cricketer. "Virat Kohli has requested the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to be withdrawn from the first two Tests of the upcoming Test series against England, citing personal reasons," BCCI said in their official statement."Virat has spoken to Captain Rohit Sharma, the team management and the selectors and has emphasized that while representing the country has always been his top priority, certain personal situations demand his presence and undivided attention," the statement further read.Kohli missed the first T20I match against Afghanistan due to 'personal reasons' and earlier, he also missed an intra-squad match in South Africa as he had to fly to London.The BCCI statement also asked the media to refrain from 'speculating on the nature of his personal reasons' and said that Kohli's replacement will be announced in the coming days."The BCCI respects his decision and the Board and team management has extended its support to the star batter and is confident in the abilities of the remaining squad members to step up and deliver commendable performances in the Test series.""The BCCI requests the media and fans to respect Virat Kohli's privacy during this time and refrain from speculating on the nature of his personal reasons. The focus should remain on supporting the Indian cricket team as they embark on the upcoming challenges in the Test series," the statement concluded.Also Read: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma Return To T20Is: 3 Reason Why BCCI Had To Pick Them