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AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships 2019

  • Aug 02, 2019
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The city of Ulan-Ude, Russia, is proud to host the AIBA Womens World Boxing Championships 2019.   Starting on October 3rd, the best female boxers in the world will compete for the 11th edition of these championships for the most prestigious boxing titles in the world. The 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships will be held in Yekaterinburg, Russia from September 7 to September 21, 2019. Weight classes have been adjusted to match those confirmed for the 2020 Olympic boxing tournament. The development of Womens boxing has been one of the central policies of AIBA, and the quality of the boxing, its profile and its popularity have all been given considerable growth over the last decade. In addition to the possibility to earn qualification quotas for Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the new format of the competition will add value to the event by bringing only the best boxers to your city and will make the 2019 Edition the most attractive Womens World Boxing Championships ever. Hosting the 11th edition of the tournament is a fantastic opportunity for your country to promote its city and its culture, traditionally attracting some 60 delegations from all over the world along with the accompanying international media, providing a significant boost to the local economy and tourism through increased visitor numbers. That exposure and the association with AIBA and the IOCs targets for gender equality represent an excellent opportunity to create an important legacy for the sport in your country. HISTORY OF AIBA WORLD BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS The world championships are organized in order to showcase the presence of the sport and it serves as an important tool to promote the sport to unpopular areas of the world. Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur decided to conduct the AIBA World Boxing Championships for both men and women in 1974 and the inaugural edition of the world championships was held at Havana Cuba in 1974. It was held only for mens and first-ever womens world championships were introduced in the year 2001. Since then both men and women categories were held together until 2006. After that AIBA decided to conduct the events separately in alternate years. The mens world championship will be held under 11 different categories over the years. Like other competitions, AIBA world champions are also undergone major changes according to the demands of the modern era. The participation lists are also gone through several heights and it reached the new heights recently. Boxing has made deep in roots in many countries over the years and it clearly impacted the number of nations participating in the event. Cuba, Russia and the United States are the most successful nations in the tournament but India and China are emerging as the new superpowers in recent years. Cuban boxing legend Felix Savon is the most successful boxer in world boxing championships by winning 6 gold medals Almost 19 editions of the AIBA World Boxing Championships have been completed over the years. At first, there were 12 different categories. In 2003 the light-middleweight division (~71 kg) was eliminated. In 2011, the featherweight division (~57 kg) was removed. The remaining categories are flyweight (~49 kg), bantamweight, lightweight, light welterweight, welterweight, middleweight, light heavyweight, heavyweight, and super heavyweight. This boxing match is scored round by round. The fighter with the most points wins. Each time an opponent is knocked down, they lose a point. Immediate victories are determined by a complete knockout. The competition uses medals to award participants. Currently, Russia has dominated this competition by winning the most medals, their women are ranked first while the men are ranked second.  NEWS REGARDING HOST COUNTRY The amateur boxing association has picked Russia to host the 2019 Women's World Championships -- the country's first worlds event since the national anti-doping agency was reinstated in September. AIBA says it will confirm Ulan Ude in eastern Siberia after the city has filed additional documents. The World Anti-Doping Agency ended a three-year suspension for the agency known as RUSADA following doping scandals. The AIBA executive committee met in Moscow before a presidential election Saturday. AIBA's interim president, Gafur Rakhimov of Uzbekistan, is standing against former Olympic silver medalist Serik Konakbayev of Kazakhstan. Rakhimov is on a U.S. Treasury Department sanctions list for alleged ties to organized crime and international drug trafficking. He denies wrongdoing. AIBA CONGRESS The AIBA Congress is an assembly to which all National Federations members are convened every two years. The Ordinary Congress with elections shall be held every four years. The AIBA Congress is the supreme legislative body of AIBA and has the following powers: votes to adopt and amend these Statutes;elects the President, each Vice President and EC Members every four years, and may, in an Ordinary or Extraordinary Congress, convened in accordance with these Statutes, remove any such person from office by a two-thirds vote of no-confidence;appoints, on the recommendation of the Executive Committee, a person as an Honorary President, Honorary Vice President or Honorary Member of AIBA;approves the minutes of the preceding Congress;approves the consolidated and audited financial report;decides the level of the Annual Affiliation Fee;ratifies the admission or exclusion of National Federations following the decision of the Executive Committee;disbands or dissolves AIBA. Read More: THE WORLD BEACH GAMES: INFORMATION ABOUT 2019 SESSION

ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2020

ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2020 schedule, live scores and results

  • Jan 21, 2020
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ICC WOMEN'S WORLD CUP SCHEDULE 2020 The ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the international championship for the women's Twenty20 International cricket held every other year. The Cricket Championship is organized under the International Cricket Council (ICC) by the sport's governing body of India. The first edition of the ICC T20 Women's World Cup was held in the year 2009 in England.For the first three editions, a total of eight teams participated. Beginning from the year 2014, the number of participants was raised to ten. At each tournament held, a number of teams are automatically qualified and the remaining teams are found by the Qualifier of World Twenty20.Australia is the most successful team and has been the winner of the tournament four times. The 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the seventh edition. It is going to be held starting from 21st February 2020 till 8th March 2020 in Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The final has been decided to take place on the International Women's Day. There will be 10 teams that will participate in the tournament. It has been finalised that the ICC Women's T20 World Cup for the year 2022 will be hosted by South Africa. This year, the only team which will appear for the first time is Thailand.The Qualification of the teams is determined by the ICC Women's Twenty20 international rankings as well as an event for the qualification known as the Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier.The Indian Cricket team of a total of 15 members will be led by Harmanpreet Kaur. She has the experience of playing in the Women's Big Bash League. This will be helpful for her in making a better plan for the Indian Women's Cricket team. On 12 January 2020, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had made the announcement of the Indian squad that will include Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Taniya Bhatia (wk), Harleen Deol, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Richa Ghosh, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smriti Mandhana, Shikha Pandey, Arundhati Reddy, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Shafali Verma, Poonam Yadav and Radha Yadav.The Indian team has members who have good playing experience. We have Bengal's batswoman Richa Ghosh and the 15-year-old Haryana's Shafali Verma. They will be playing for the first global meet after showcasing a good performance at the international level in the first season.In the year 2018, the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, hosted by West Indies was won by Australia by 8 wickets. The player of the tournament was Alyssa Healy (225 runs).While in the year 2016, the tournament was hosted by India and the Team of West Indies won the tournament by 8 wickets. The player of the tournament was Stafanie Taylor (225 runs and 8 wickets).Australia is the defending champions that they are, will be playing against India in their Opening match of 2020 tournament. A total of six locations in four Australian cities have been selected for hosting the matches. Read More: ICC Under-19 World Cup 2020 Full Schedule,Time table,Live scores,results,live streamingThe Group Stage matches will be held at the following venues: Manuka Oval, Canberra Junction Oval, Melbourne WACA Ground, Perth Sydney Showground Stadium, SydneyThe Semi-Finals will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground and the final will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.The Tickets for the tournament were on sale since 21st February 2019. All the matches even the final has a ticket price starting at $20 for the adults. The tickets for children have been priced at $5. The Broadcasting of the entire ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 will be done by the Star Sports channel as it has been given the global broadcast rights for the tournament.The Schedule of the Group Stage matches of the tournament is given as follows:Date: 21st February 2020, FridayMatch: India vs Australia (GROUP A)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST / 08:00 AM GMTDate: 22nd February 2020, Saturday Match: West Indies vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: PerthTime: 11:30 AM IST / 06:00 AM GMTDate: 22nd February 2020, Saturday Match: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 23rd February 2020, SundayMatch: England vs South Africa (GROUP B)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 24th February 2020, Monday Match: Australia vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: WindhoekTime: 11:30 AM IST/ 06:00 AM GMTDate: 24th February 2020, Monday Match: India vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: PerthTime: 4:30 PM IST/ 11:00 AM GMTDate: 26th February 2020, Wednesday Match: England vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 26th February 2020, Wednesday Match: West Indies vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 27th February 2020, Thursday Match: India vs New Zealand (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 27th February 2020, Thursday Match: Australia vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMT Date: 28th February 2020, FridayMatch: South Africa vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 28th February 2020, FridayMatch: England vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: CanberraTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 29th February 2020, Saturday Match: New Zealand vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 29th February 2020, SaturdayMatch: India vs Sri Lanka (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 1st March 2020, Sunday Match: South Africa vs Pakistan (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 1st March 2020, Sunday Match: England vs West Indies (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 2nd March 2020, Monday Match: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 2nd March 2020, Monday Match: Australia vs New Zealand (GROUP A)Location: MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTDate: 3rd March 2020, Tuesday Match: Pakistan vs Thailand (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 8:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMTDate: 3rd March 2020, Tuesday Match: West Indies vs South Africa (GROUP B)Location: SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTSEMI-FINAL MATCHES: Semi-Final 1Date: 5th March 2020, ThursdayMatch: TBC vs TBC  (A1 v B2)Location: Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyTime: 08:30 AM IST/ 03:00 AM GMT Semi-Final 2Date: 5th March 2020, ThursdayMatch: TBC vs TBC (B1 v A2)Location: Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTFINAL MATCH: ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020Date: 8th March 2020, SundayMatch: TBC vs TBCLocation: Melbourne Cricket Ground, MelbourneTime: 1:30 PM IST/ 08:00 AM GMTRead More: India tour of New Zealand, 2020 schedule, live scores and results

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ICC women's t20 world cup groups and streaming

  • Jan 22, 2020
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The 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup. It will be held from 21st February 2020 till 8th March 2020 in Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It has been decided that the final match will be held on International Women's Day.The teams that will qualify for the Women's T20 World Cup have been determined by the ICC world rankings. There will be ten teams participating in the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup. These include Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and West Indies.The tournament will happen with the teams being split into two groups. These are:Group A: Australia, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh,Group B: England, South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan, Thailand,You can buy the tickets for the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup Australia from the official website directly. The price of a ticket for entry to a group stage match will be ranging from $20 to $40 for adults. The entry ticket for children will cost $5. If you attend the semi-final match, the tickets will cost between $20 to $50 for adults. On the other hand, the final match ticket will cost between $20 to $50 for the adults.Star Sports will be broadcasting the live coverage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in India and the Indian subcontinent (including Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Bhutan, and Bangladesh) countries. You can live stream the matches on the Hotstar app or website as well. Star India and Star Middle East have the global rights for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. The information, scores and result will also be available in various websites including the official website of ICC, Cricbuzz and many others.Fox Sports holds the exclusive media rights for the World cup tournament and will be telecasting all the matches in Australia on Fox Sports. The viewers can also watch the matches online on Foxtel Sports digital platform according to their convenience.ICC has announced 19 broadcast partners for the World cup event. These include the following:Territory: IndiaTv Channels: Star Sports, DD Sports, DD National (DD1), HotstarTerritory: AustraliaTv Channels: Fox SportsTerritory: United KingdomTv Channels: Sky Sports CricketTerritory: United StatesTv Channels: Willow TVTerritory: South AfricaTv Channels: SuperSpothe rtTerritory: New ZealandTv Channels: Sky Sport NZTerritory: the Middle East & North AfricaTv Channels: OSN Sports Cricket HDTerritory: CanadaTv Channels: ATN (Asian Television Network)Territory: BangladeshTv Channels: Gazi TVTerritory: Sri LankaTv Channels: SLRC (Channel Eye)Territory: CaribbeanTv Channels: ESPN CaribbeanTerritory: AfghanistanTv Channels: Moby TVTerritory: PakistanTv Channels: Ten SportsTerritory: South East AsiaTv Channels: Fox Networks GroupTerritory: Pacific IslandsTv Channels: DigicelTerritory: ChinaTv Channels: Star Sports China

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T20 Womens World Cup: It could be Australia vs India at MCG on Womens Day

  • Feb 20, 2020
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T20 Women’s World Cup 2020Ten teams are participating in the event. India, Australia, England, New Zealand Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and West Indies have automatically qualified. Bangladesh and Thailand are there through the qualifying tournaments.One of the major events organized by the world body this year is the ICC 2020 Women's World Cup 2020. The T20 Men's World Cup will also be held in Australia later this year, in October / November. Here is everything you need to know about the women's event.When does the tournament start?The T20 Women's World Cup will be held in Australia from February 21 to March 8. The final will be played at Melbourne Cricket Ground on International Women's Day.How many teams are involved?10 teams are participating in this event. India, Australia, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies are automatically ranked. Bangladesh and Thailand are through the qualifying tournament.Why has the name changed from World T20 to T20 World Cup?As of this year, the T20 world events for men and women have been renamed the T20 World Cup. The ICC did last November to add more importance to the championships.What is the tournament format?The teams are divided into two groups. The first group includes India, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The second group includes England, South Africa, Pakistan, the West Indies and Thailand. The top two teams in each group will advance to the semi-finals, followed by the final.Who are the champions of defense?Australia are the heroes defending their rights, defeating England by eight wins in the 2018 T20 World Cup Final held in the Caribbean. Since the last release, the T20 International Women's Event has become an independent competition.What is new this year?The latest version of the Women's World saw the t20 provided by DRS. This time, TV rulers will rule on the front foot without balls.Who gets the top billing in this year’s event?Australia is expected to be the best team in the ICC's women's ranking with a ranking of 291. India ranks 262 fourth.How will India fare?On paper, India boasts a strong side. When it comes to hitting, Smriti Mandhana is ranked fourth in the world, while Harmanpreet Kaur is ranked ninth. Regarding bowling, Radha Yadav and Deepti Sharma are tied to number 4. Additionally, teenager Richa Ghosh, who can hit, play bowling and conserve lots, can be surprised. There is great hope for the start of rookie Chevalle Verma, 15, who has been grabbing headlines for his powerful beating game.But India has not won the championship yet. Since its inception in 2009, Australia has won it four times, while England and the West Indies are included once each. In their den, Australia starts again as a favorite, given the equipment they have. Meg Lanning and Ellis Berry are the stars. At first glance, the championship is losing to Australia, despite the unpredictability of Cricket T20.Why is MCG chosen as the venue for the final?The International Criminal Court says: " This event is about taking a major step towards equality: putting women's toys on the same footing as a man." This means that the women's semi-finals are in SCG and that both rivers receive the same role, and are held in MCG. "How has Thailand progressed?Thailand is actually one of the shape teams. They were given the women's T20 full position in April 2018 and the team celebrated it by defeating Sri Lanka by four wickets in the 2018 Asian Women's T20 Cup. This was his first victory over a full member. In February 2019, she won the ICC Asian Women's Qualifiers and advanced to the World T20 Women's World Cup Qualifiers 2019 and 2020. In August 2019, they completed their 17th consecutive victory in the Women's World Championship T20, beating the Australian record of 16 wins. Thailand qualified for the World Cup 2020 T20 after ranking first and second in the standings last year.Read More: ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 schedule, live scores and results

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Womens T20 World Cup semi-final abandoned, India advance to the final

  • Mar 05, 2020
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The match was canceled without throwing a ball. There was no reserved day devoted to the tie. There was a time limit of 4:51 PM (11:21 AM ET) to start a game of more than 10, which is the minimum number of sums required for a short game.The semi-finals between India and England in the Women's World Cup T20 to SCG faded on Thursday, leading India to qualify for the final on the grounds that it had won the points table in the league stage.In the group stage, India won its four matches and led Group B. England lost one of their matches against South Africa, thus qualifying for the semi-finals as the team ranked second in the first group.Rain threw SCG from Thursday morning and continued until the end of the afternoon, forcing him to leave the game for England to leave the World Cup based on his low record in the group stage.India will play in the final match against the winner of the second semi-finals, between South Africa and Australia, in Melbourne on Sunday.

FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in India postponed to February 2021

FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup in India postponed to February 2021

  • May 13, 2020
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The U-17 Women's World Cup will be held in five Indian cities: Kolkata, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad and Navi Mumbai (host city).Under 17 women’s WC to be held from February 17-March 7 2021Under 20 women’s World Cup shifted to January 2021Futsal World Cup moved to September 2021 in LithuaniaThe FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup has a new date, thanks to the global pandemic that has stopped the sport. The tournament, which was scheduled to take place in India in November this year, will be held in February 2021. It will start on February 17 and end on March 7.The Football Association issued a statement in this regard, in which it also indicated the changes in the eligibility criteria as well as the dates. He stated that the player who was born on and after January 1, 2003 and before December 31, 2005, will be eligible to participate in the tournament.16 teams will participate, where the Indian hosts will be in the automatic qualifiers. India will make its debut in the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.The decision to postpone the matches was taken by a FIFA-Confederations working group recently created by the FIFA Council Table to address the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.The masterpiece of the women's age group is planned for November 2-21. It has spread across the country in five different cities including Kolkata, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad and Navi Mumbai. The official schedule of the tournament was announced in February and Navi Mumbai hosted the final.Read More: Covid-19: New Zealand may restart professional sport in few daysArticle Source- indianexpress.com

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Iowa athletic department reduces budget by $15 million because of Covid - 19

  • Jul 08, 2020
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Iowa Football: The Iowa Athletics Department announced on Tuesday budget cuts of about $ 15 million for the next fiscal year as a result of a coronavirus, and many Hawkeyes coaches and senior managers will take voluntary future pay cuts in a year.In a press release, Iowa officials said that the Athletics Department budget for the previous fiscal year was $ 124.8 million and the projected budget for the period 2020-21 was $ 127.5 million. It decreased to $ 112.5 million after it was cut to $ 13 million in operating expenses and about $ 2 million in compensation.Gary Barta, Iowa's director of sports, said that women's basketball coaches Lisa Bluder, American football coach Kirk Ferentz, men's basketball coach Fran McCaffrey and wrestling coach Tom Brands voluntarily agreed to cut the 15%  of the basic salary for one year.Barta will cut his total compensation by more than 30%, and AD Barbara Burke has agreed to cut wage by 25%."None of this is easy for our coaches and staff," Barta said in a statement. "I appreciate your continued understanding in these unstable times. We have been dealing with the epidemic in such a financial situation that requires difficult decisions. It is our responsibility to maintain a financially responsible process while providing the highest level of service to our student athletes."Iowa officials said compensation cuts would be implemented throughout the athletic division on a sliding scale based on annual salary.“I’m concerned about our employees and realize that lowering wages will have a major impact on many families across the department. I want to thank all of our employees for their support and understanding because we worked during this process,” said Barta. "We are trying to balance the necessary financial cuts by spreading the sacrifice carefully."Barta said the announced budget and cuts were based on assumptions that upcoming football and basketball seasons would be played in the presence of the fans. If not, the Hawkeyes may have to make more significant cuts."These are tough times with a lot of uncertainty," said Berta.Article source: espnAlso Read: FSU Football News: Tayon Holloway offered by Florida State

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Indian women's tour of Australia postponed to next season

  • Dec 31, 2020
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MELBOURNE, Dec. 31 (PTI) The Australian cricket company said Thursday that the Indian women's team has waited for the resumption of international cricket since the ongoing suspension of the coronavirus outbreak and their scheduled tour of Australia has been postponed for next season for Ind vs Aus.The Indian team, which last played the T20 World Cup Final in March, was scheduled to play three ODI(Ind vs Aus) matches on January 22 in Canberra, January 25 in Melbourne, and January 28 in Hobart.However, the governing body added that the tour(Ind vs Aus) will now be part of preparations for the 2022 World Cup, which have been postponed to March-April due to the pandemic, and will include three Ind vs Aus T20Is.Read What was said on Ind vs Aus Women:"We very much hope that an expanded schedule between the Australian and Indian teams will be presented for the next season, which will be a great result for fans in both countries," Nick Hockley, Acting Executive Director, said in a statement."We initially hoped to play against India this summer, but the impact of the global pandemic made it necessary to postpone it until next season. India lost to Australia by 85 shots in its last international match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground."It would be great to host the Indian women's team once again, which was center stage in the unforgettable T20 World Cup Final at the MCG International Cricket World Cup in March, and do so with a much more expanded schedule than was originally planned," Hockley said.The dates and locations of the postponed tour will be confirmed in due course.Also read: Big Bash 2020-21 Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers | Preview, probable XI, Much More

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Big Bash 2020-21 Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers | Preview, probable XI, Much More

  • Dec 31, 2020
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Adelaide Strikers will face the Perth Scorchers in Match #21 of the Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.Adelaide Strikers will be looking to extend their Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) winning streak in two matches as it enters the field on New Year's Eve. Alex Carey's men have been doing well at Big Bash 2020-21(BBL), and the bowling team has been particularly impressive.The forwards are third in the points table with 13 points from five matches.Peter Seidel is the land grab leader in Big Bash 2020-21(BBL), with ten plots. He's been nicely supported by West Agar (nine-wicket) and Daniel Worrall (seven-wicket). The attackers will be keen to beat Perth Scorchers, especially after winning 71 rounds over the same team a few days earlier.Rashid Khan was the star of the show in that game, scoring 29 racy spirits and taking two wickets to throw Birth Scorers for a gaunt 94.Meanwhile, Perth Scorers Ashton Turner is the only team to date to win the Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) game and sits at the bottom of the points table with two points from four matches.Their hitting was a major concern as they had yet to surpass 160 points. Turner is the team's top scorer this season, with only 88 times in four matches. Despite the likes of Jason Roy and Colin Monroe, the Scorchers have struggled to make an imprint in the Big Bash 2020-21(BBL).Getting to Earth has been an issue for them at Big Bash 2020-21(BBL), and the team hopes to return once again and bypass Adelaide Strikers.Big Bash 2020-21(BBL): Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers Match detailsDate: December 31, 2020 (Thursday)Time: 1:45 pm India time / 6:45 pm local timeLocation: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) Weather Report Adelaide Strikers vs Perth ScorchersThere is little chance of rain during the Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) game, with clear skies forecast. The average temperature will be around 25 ° C.Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorers match reportThe average score for the field is 149 runs, with something for both bowlers and hitters. However, only one Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) match was held on the field, and Adelaide Strikers won it after she scored the first time.Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers Predicted-XIAdelaide Strikers: Jake Weatherald, Philip Salt, Matt Renshaw, Alex Carey (C&WK), Jonathan Wells, Matthew Short, Rashid Khan, Daniel Worrall, Danny Briggs, Peter Seidel, Wes AgarPerth Scores: Josh Inglis (The Week), Jason Roy, Liam Livingston, Colin Monroe, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner (center), Aaron Hardy, J. Richardson, Andrew Tay, Jason Behrendorf, Fouad Ahmed.Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers prediction matchAdelaide Strikers beat the same opponent, Perth Scorchers, at this place a few days ago, which should also be useful in this Big Bash 2020-21(BBL).Big Bash 2020-21(BBL) Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers TV and Live Streaming detailsTelevision: Sony Sports NetworkLive Broadcasting: SonyLIV.Also Read: Three Major Changes in Big Bash League

IHF World Men’s Handball Championship 2021

World Mens Handball Championship 2021 Schedule, Groups & Everything You Must Know

  • Jan 04, 2021
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Handball governed by the International Handball Federation (IHF) is gaining popularity across continents and here it is with another tournament. Yes, it is the Men's Handball World Championship 2021. The tournament will be held in Egypt from January 13, 2021, to January 31, 2021. Before the event, here is the schedule of matches of the World Handball Championship for Men 2021, matches, groups, and ranked teams.World Men’s Handball Championship 20212021 Men’s Handball ChampionshipDetailsDate13th January 2021- 31st January 2021HostEgyptTeams32Venues5 venues across 5 citiesThe IHF 2021 World Handball Championship will be the 27th event organized by the International Handball Federation to be held in Egypt from January 13 to 31, 2021.It will be the first handball tournament that includes 32 teams instead of 24. This will be the third tournament organized in Africa, the second in Egypt and the first outside Europe since 2015. Denmark is the title holder.FormatThe 32 teams from the 2021 World Handball Championship for Men will be divided into 8 groups and the top three teams from each group will qualify for the following rounds. Then the remaining 24 teams will be divided into 4 groups of 6 teams each, and the two best teams from each group will advance to the quarter-finals.Qualified TeamsCompetitionQualified TeamsHostEgypt2019 World ChampionshipDenmark2019 European ChampionshipCroatia Norway Spain2020 African ChampionshipAlgeria Angola Cape Verde DR Congo Morocco Tunisia2020 Asian ChampionshipBahrain Japan Qatar South Korea2020 South and Central American ChampionshipArgentina Brazil Uruguay2020 Nor.Ca.Championship (Cancelled)United States2020 South and Central American Last Chance Qualification Tournament (cancelled)ChileEuropean qualificationAustria Belarus Czech Republic France Germany Hungary Iceland Portugal Slovenia SwedenWild CardPoland RussiaWorld Men’s Handball Championship 2021 Schedule & GroupsGroup AGermanyHungaryUruguayCape Verde DateMatchTime (Egypt Time)Venue15th January 2021Germany vs Uruguay7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City15th January 2021Hungary vs Cape Verde9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City17th January 2021Cape Verde vs Germany7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City17th January 2021Hungary vs Uruguay9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City19th January 2021Uruguay vs Cape Verde7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City19th January 2021Germany vs Hungary9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City Group BSpainTunisiaBrazilPoland DateMatchTime (Egypt)Venue15th January 2021Spain vs Brazil7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital15th January 2021Tunisia vs Poland9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital17th January 2021Tunisia vs Brazil7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital17th January 2021Poland vs Spain9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital19th January 2021Spain vs Tunisia7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital19th January 2021Brazil vs Poland9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital Group CCroatiaQatarJapanAngola DateMatchTime (Egypt)Venue15th January 2021Qatar vs Angola4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab15th January 2021Croatia vs Japan7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab17th January 2021Qatar vs Japan4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab17th January 2021Angola vs Croatia7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab19th January 2021Japan vs Angola4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab19th January 2021Croatia vs Qatar7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab Group DDenmarkArgentinaBahrainDR Congo DateMatchTime (Egypt Time)Venue15th January 2021Argentina vs DR Congo7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo15th January 2021Denmark vs Bahrain9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo17th January 2021Argentina vs Bahrain7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo17th January 2021DR Congo vs Denmark9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo19th January 2021Bahrain vs DR Congo7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo19th January 2021Denmark vs Argentina9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo Group ENorwayAustriaFranceUnited States DateMatchTime (Egypt Time)Venue14th January 2021Austria vs United States7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City14th January 2021Norway vs France9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City16th January 2021Austria vs France7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City16th January 2021United States vs Norway9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City18th January 2021France vs United States7 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City18th January 2021Norway vs Austria9: 30 pm6th of October Sports Hall, 6th of October City Group FPortugalAlgeriaIcelandMorocco DateMatchTime (Egypt)Venue14th January 2021Algeria vs Morocco7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital14th January 2021Portugal vs Iceland9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital16th January 2021Morocco vs Portugal7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital16th January 2021Algeria vs Iceland9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital18th January 2021Portugal vs Algeria7 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital18th January 2021Iceland vs Morocco9:30 pmNew Capital Sports Hall, New Administrative Capital Group GSwedenEgyptCzech RepublicChile DateMatchTime (Egypt Time)Venue13th January 2021Egypt vs Chile7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo14th January 2021Sweden vs Czech Republic9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo16th January 2021Egypt vs Czech Republic7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo16th January 2021Chile vs Sweden9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo18th January 2021Cxech Republic vs Chile7 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo18th January 2021Sweden vs Egypt9: 30 pmCairo Stadium Indoor Halls Complex, Cairo Group HSloveniaBelarusSouth KoreaRussia DateMatchTime (Egypt)Venue14th January 2021Belarus vs Russia4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab14th January 2021Slovenia vs South Korea7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab16th January 2021Belarus vs South Korea4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab16th January 2021Russia vs Slovenia7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab18th January 2021South Korea vs Russia4:30 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El Arab18th January 2021Slovenia vs Belarus7 pmBorg El Arab Sports Hall, Borg El ArabNote: World Men’s Handball Championship 2021 Schedule, Fixtures and Timings are subject to change as per the International Handball Federation.Also Read: International Hockey Federation unveils new match-based world ranking system for 2020

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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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Big Bash 2020-21 Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes | Preview, probable XI, Much More

  • Jan 12, 2021
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Perth Scorchers will take on Hobart Hurricanes in the League Match of Big Bash 2020-21, aka Big Bash 2020-21 League which, will be played at The Optus Stadium in Perth.Perth Scorchers have won their last few games, and they are looking in brilliant form. Colin Munro is in excellent form, whereas he has the support of other batsmen. Jhye Richardson and Andrew Tye have been taking wickets, whereas Behrendorff is also bowling some top opening spells. Mitchell Marsh has been the great all-rounder and captain. This team is hard to defeat.Hobart Hurricanes have won five of their nine games in the Big Bash 2020-21 tournament so far. Ben McDermott has been batting well, whereas Short, Malan, and Ingram are struggling a little. Meredith & Ellis are their best bowlers, whereas the experience of Boland is also a big asset. They would want to get a win after two consecutive defeats.Pitch Report – This pitch has been great for batting based on the previous records. The average 1st inning score in Big Bash 2020-21 at this ground is 180 runs.Total BBL 10 Games Played: 4 Bat 1st Won: 4; Bat 2nd Won: 0.Match Details :Time:- 1.45 PM, Live on Sony Sports NetworkBig Bash 2020-21 Probable XI for both sides:-Perth Scorchers – Liam Livingstone, Jason Roy, Joe Clarke, Josh Inglis, Jason Behrendorff, Andrew Tye, Fawad Ahmed, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner, Aaron Hardie, Jhye Richardson.Hobart Hurricanes – Ben McDermott, D’arcy Short, Dawid Malan, Colin Ingram, Sandeep Lamichhane, Peter Handscomb, Tim David, Johan Botha, Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, Scott Boland.5 Must-Have Players in the SquadBen McDermott, Mitchell Marsh, D’arcy Short, Dawid Malan, and Jhye Richardson.SCO vs HUR Team Wicket-KeeperBen McDermott (Price 9.5) and Josh Inglis (Price 8.5) will be our goalkeepers. McDermott has scored 299 points this  Big Bash 2020-21 season, while his average is 49.83. Inglis has scored 156 points in his last four matches. They both like to play an aggressive type of cricket.SCO vs HUR Team BatsmenJason Roy (Price 10) and Joe Clarke (Price 8.5) will be our hitters for Perth Scorchers. Roy is not in great shape, but he's a prodigy of the white ball, while also scoring four pods. Clark is a great first-class hitter, with a strike rate of 149.77 for T20 cricket.Dawid Malan (Price 9.5) will be a batsmen Hobart Hurricane. Malan is the number one-hitter in the T20I rankings, while he's scored 175 points in five matches here at Big Bash 2020-21. He's a brilliant player, but he's not in great shapeSCO vs HUR Team All-RoundersMitchell Marsh (Price 9.5) will be all our Perth Scorchers. Marsh resumed bowling, began with four wickets in the tournament and scored 187 club throws.D’arcy Short (Price 10) will have the overall Hobart Hurricanes. El Shorta isn't in great shape, but he's a machine in the Big Bash League. He scored 357 points last season, while he scored 141 this season. Short also tore down six plots of land in his bowling alley.SCO vs HUR Team BowlersJhye Richardson (Price 9) and Andre Tye (Price 8.5) will be the archers of Perth Scorchers. Richardson started Seventeen Wickets this season, while Tai started ten. They are both in great shape.Riley Meredith (Price 8.5) and Nathan Ellis (Price 8.5) will be our archers from Hobart Hurricanes. Meredith started Ten Wickets last season, while Ellis chose twelve. They both took twelve plots of land each this season.Match Prediction: Perth Scorchers have chances to win this game.Top Names for the Captaincy Role:-Mitchell Marsh and D’arcy ShortTop Names for the Vice-Captaincy Role:-Both the captain’s pick + Dawid Malan and Ben McDermottFantasy Team DisclaimerAll our picks are based on an in-depth and accurate analysis of the players participating in the match, the field report, and reading other reasoning. Incorporate a number of factors as you craft your side using this article which serves as a guide to the game and players.Also Read: BIG BASH 2020-21 ADELAIDE STRIKERS VS PERTH SCORCHERS

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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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2021 Six Nations fixtures, kick-off times, match details

  • Jan 20, 2021
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The Rugby Six Nations tournament is approaching, starting less than four months after the 2020 tournament has finally ended.Eddie Jones' England will seek to defend their title, while Wayne Pivac Wales will seek to improve fifth after a tumultuous 2020.The men's Rugby Six Nations tournament will take place as planned, but the women's and U-20 competitions have been postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic.Here are his diary dates to keep rugby fans busy for the upcoming six-week Rugby Six Nations tournament.2021 Rugby Six Nations fixtures, kick-off times, and TV channelsROUND ONESaturday, February 6Italy v France, 2.15 pm (UK time), Stadio Olimpico, Rome, ITVEngland v Scotland, 4.45 pm, Twickenham, ITV(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)Sunday, February 7Wales v Ireland, 3 pm, Principality Stadium, BBC and S4C(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)ROUND TWOSaturday, February 13England v Italy, 2.15pm, Twickenham, ITVScotland v Wales, 4.45 pm, BT Murrayfield, BBC and S4C(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)Sunday, February 14Ireland v France, 3 pm, Aviva Stadium, Dublin, ITV(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)           ROUND THREESaturday, February 27Italy v Ireland, 2.15 pm (UK time), Stadio Olimpico, Rome, ITVWales v England, 4.45 pm, Principality Stadium, BBC and S4C(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)Sunday, February 28France v Scotland, 3 pm (UK time), Stade de France, Paris, BBC(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)ROUND FOURSaturday, March 13Italy v Wales, 2.15pm (UK time), Stadio Olimpico, Rome, ITV and S4CEngland v France, 4.45pm, Twickenham, ITV(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)Sunday, March 14Scotland v Ireland, 3 pm, BT Murrayfield, BBC(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures) ROUND FIVESaturday, March 20Scotland v Italy, 2.15 pm, BT Murrayfield, BBCIreland v England, 4.45 pm, Aviva Stadium, Dublin, ITVFrance v Wales, 8pm (UK time), Stade de France, Paris, BBC and S4C(Rugby Six Nations Fixtures)Also Read: WORLD SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP 2021: EVERYTHING TO KNOW ABOUT IT

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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2021 in Cortina confirmed

  • Jan 25, 2021
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At the last meeting of the FIS Council on May 25, 2020, the Italian Winter Sports Federation (FISI) submitted a request to postpone the World Championships until the 2022 season due to the massive shock of the Covid-19 outbreak. The city of Cortina and the Italian region of Veneto were among the first and hardest hit, with unprecedented financial ramifications for the local and national business community and the general population.Since the request, the FIS family and Infront's commercial and media rights holders have gathered with the broadcasters, sponsors, and partners to support the Italian Winter Sports Federation, and have actively collaborated to find a solution so that del Mundo Cortina 2021 can be staged as originally scheduled."We are pleased that we were able to find a solution whereby the FIS Cortina 2021 Alpine Ski Championship will be held during the originally scheduled period in February 2021, to replace it as one of the most prominent events in the winter calendar in the FIS," the FIS said. President Gian Franco Casper. "The last month of efforts to find this solution demonstrates the strong collaborative spirit of the ski family and relevant stakeholders to enable this important decision to be made."“FISI has worked closely over the past five years with all stakeholders participating in the World Championships in Cortina,” said FISI President Flavio Roda. “After speaking with them in recent weeks, it was evident that there was a strong desire to implement the event in 2021 and put all available resources into ensuring that the World Championships are held at the highest level. Building on these comments and the clear commitment from all parties, FISI expressed to the FIS Board the importance of These world championships to be presented in 2021 as a positive sign for the entire country of Italy.The FIS Alpine Ski World Championships is a very important event for the International Skating Federation and its member national ski associations during the two-year cycle, as well as for its many stakeholders. This applies to sports promotion, athletes, financial aspects, visibility, and sponsorships of the National Skating Federation, as well as broadcast rights holders of tournaments, sponsors, and partners.Also Read: SUPER BOWL | WHEN, WHERE AND EVERYTHING

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ICC World Test Championship: Virat Kohlis team India need a draw in 4th test to seal the WTC final berth

  • Mar 02, 2021
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ICC World Test Championship – Draw in India vs England 4th Test will take India to WTC Finals: The fourth series of the test match between India and England begins on Thursday. Virat Kohli, India will only need a draw to win the 4-match Test Series. The fourth-round draw may also preserve India's place in the WTC Finals.New Zealand had already booked their place in the World Trade Championships finals, and India's resounding 10-point victory over England in the third round eliminated England from the WTC Finals race.However, England could still play the India fatal plan if India were defeated in the fourth test match. In such a scenario, India would be eliminated and Australia would qualify for the WTC Finals.ICC World Test Championship Scenarios in DetailNew Zealand already qualifiedNew Zealand is currently top of the WTC ranking with 70.0 percentage points. The Black Caps are the only ones to qualify for the World Cup Final so far.WTC final scenario for IndiaIndia only needs a draw or win in the fourth round to confirm its place in the WTC Finals. They lost the first test, but came back strong in the second and third tests, as they advanced 2--1. Now they will have to win the event chain 2-1 or 3-1 to get to Lords.WTC final scenario for EnglandEngland is now out of the race. But if they manage to win the next event, India will also be wiped out.WTC final scenario for AustraliaAustralia, meanwhile, has completed its WTC assignments and will closely monitor the two tests in Ahmedabad. If the Test Series between India and England ends in a 2-2 or 1-1 draw, Men Down Under will pass. Also, England's 2-1 victory would end in Australia's favor.Distribution of points in ICC World Test ChampionshipMatches in seriesPoints for a winPoints for a tiePoints for a drawPoints for a defeat2603020034020130430151005241280Also Read: Road Safety World Series 2021: Full list of matches(timetable), venues, ticket booking

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UEFA Champions League: FC Porto stun Juventus to advance to the Quarter-Finals on away goals

  • Mar 10, 2021
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UEFA Champions League Live: Juventus FC vs Porto: After a head-to-head match, the 10-man Porto advanced to the next round of the UEFA Champions League despite losing 3-2 at Allianz Stadium.After beating Lazio 2 goals, Pirlo made 3 changes to the starting line-up. Leonardo Bonucci entered the defense to replace Bernadcci, Arthur replaced the suspended Danilo, and Cristiano Ronaldo was chosen before Dejan Kulusevski.Porto stuns Juventus: visitors take the initiativeIt took the Portuguese team just 19 minutes to top the lead in the draw. It was Corona who pushed the ball to Marija's right side, who quickly directed it at Taremi.Tarimi protected him from a Demiral who caught him from behind trying to catch the ball, but the referee, after consulting with the VAR, pointed the point in the 17th minute. It was Sergio Oliveira who placed the penalty kick in the lower-left corner to send it. Chase the wrong way in the 19th minute.Juventus vs Porto: Federico Chiesa's magic gives Juventus a tie and the main goalThe teams entered the first half and Juventus lost in the second half. However, it didn't take long in the second half to find the equalizer when Federico Chiesa hit a sudden forehand past Marchesen in the upper right corner.Within his two goals with an advanced goal for the Italian national team. In the grand scheme of things, Juventus equalized in the 63rd minute when Cuadrado moved one meter of space to the right side of the field to direct a dramatic cross to the far post.It was Kiza who got the ball header. The video assistant referee confirmed the Italian player's exit and stopping the goal.Juventus x Porto: The match went into extra timePorto score the equalizerRabiot sarcastically dropped Diaz for a yellow card and took a silly free-kick. It was Sergio Oliveira who completed his brace by finishing a low free-kick under the wall. Szczesny managed to get it but couldn't help himself as Porto scored his second away goal in the 115th minute.Juventus' counterattackIt only took another two minutes for Andrea Pirlo's men to lead the game. They were still losing their equalizing goals, but Adrien Rabiot rose high in the center of the area to header past Marchesen in the upper left corner.Porto fired a possible penalty in the 120th minute, but the VAR referee denied this.FC Porto is advancing in the Champions League quarter-finals.Also Read: FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP 2020-21

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Cricket Australia Announces Schedule For Mens And Womens Ashes Series For 2021-22

  • May 19, 2021
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Cricket Australia said they were hopeful of organizing an Ashes series before full groups later this year however they would follow government counsel when it came to conceding voyaging allies as the timetable for the England's men’s & women’s visits was delivered on Tuesday.The five-Test men's Ashes will begin in Brisbane on December 8 preceding a day/night match in Adelaide. The conventional Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will at that point happen.Sydney, however, will be the scene for the fourth Test, instead of the arrangement finale as has been standard, with the fifth Test at Perth's Optus Stadium.Both those last two matches are planned for January.Australia lost 2-1 at home to India in a vital four-Test arrangement 2-1 played before decreased groups due to the Covid pandemic between November 2020 and January this year. Unnecessary travel to Australia from the UK isn't presently allowed because of Covid-19."The exercises gained from effectively conveying a protected summer in 20-21 gives us certainty on what we're ready to accomplish, and we're all expecting a mid year of full groups and an Ashes air we're completely familiar with," said Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia's break CEO.Women’s SeriesIn the mean time a multi-design arrangement between the England and Australian ladies will begin with an oddball Test in Canberra from January 27-30, trailed by three Twenty20s and three one-day internationals."2022 will be an astonishing year for ladies' cricket," said England and Wales Cricket Board CEO Tom Harrison."With an Ashes, a World Cup in New Zealand and a home Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, this could be a milestone year for our group."Australia hold the men's Ashes following a 2-2 attract England in 2019, when their ladies' side won the comparing arrangement by the decided edge of 12 focuses to four.Men's Ashes 2021/22Dec 8-12: 1st Test, Gabba, BrisbaneDec 16-20: 2nd Test, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (day/night)Dec 26-30: 3rd Test, Melbourne Cricket Ground, MelbourneJan 5-9: 4th Test, Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyJan 14-18: 5th Test, Optus Stadium, PerthWomen's AshesJan 27-30: Test, Manuka Oval, CanberraFeb 4: 1st T20, North Sydney Oval, SydneyFeb 6: 2nd T20, North Sydney OvalFeb 10: 3rd T20, Adelaide OvalFeb 13: 1st ODI, Adelaide OvalFeb 16: 2nd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneFeb 19: 3rd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneAlso Read: IPL 2021: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly gives good news to IPL fans

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India Women's Team To Play Maiden Day-Night Test In Australia, Says BCCI Secretary Jay Shah

  • May 20, 2021
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The Indian womens' cricket crew will contend in its lady day-night Test when it visits Australia not long from now, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said on Thursday. Shah made the declaration on his Twitter handle, expressing that the move was important for the BCCI's obligation to advancing the ladies down. "Taking forward our responsibility towards ladies' cricket, I am very satisfied to declare that Team India @BCCIwomen will play in their first-since forever pink ball day-night Test in the not so distant future in Australia," Shah tweeted.The Indian womens' group, which will play its first Test in quite a while from June 16 in England, will contend in another during the visit through Australia.The group will likewise play ODI and T20 International matches Down Under.While the dates of the visit are yet to be declared, it is probably going to be in mid-September. India last played a Test against Australia in 2006.The pink ball Test between India and Australia will be just the second such match to be held throughout the entire existence of women's cricket.The lone day-night womens' downplayed so far was among Australia and England in Sydney in November 2017. The match finished in a draw.Read More: Cricket Australia Announces Schedule For Men's & Women's Ashes Series For 2020-21

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FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup To Be Held In India In Oct 22: FIFA

  • May 21, 2021
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FIFA on Thursday affirmed the dates for the FIFA Women's U17 World Cup to be held in India in 2022. The administering group of global football said the competition will be held from October 11 to 30.India had the facilitating rights for the 2020 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup however the competition was deferred because of Covid-19. The release which was planned to be held in 2021 was dropped and FIFA granted the facilitating rights to India in 2022. Quite, India had facilitated the FIFA U17 World Cup in 2017 across 6 urban communities, including Kolkata, Kochi, and New Delhi.Meeting by video gathering just before the 71st FIFA Congress, the FIFA Council additionally endorsed the dates for the Women's World Cup in 2023. The competition will be held from July 20 to August 20 in Australia and New Zealand. The end of the season games will be held from 17 to 23 February 2023.It additionally supported the dates for FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2022 (10-28 August 2022), just as a 14-joint effort off for the FIFA Arab Cup 2021, occurring somewhere in the range of 19 and 25 June this year.Also, the Council supported the foundation of separate FIFA auxiliaries to deal with the association of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand and the FIFA World Cup 2026 in Canada, Mexico, and the USA.Also Read: FIFA Club World Cup 2020-21: Teams, fixtures, dates & where will it take place

Britain Women versus India Women: Danni Wyatt Named In England Squad For T20Is Against India

  • Jul 07, 2021
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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Tuesday reported the ladies' crew for the forthcoming three-match T20I series against India. The multi-design series sits at 6-4 to England, with each T20I worth two focuses. Danni Wyatt and Mady Villiers are back among the 14-part crew, while Kate Cross and Lauren Winfield-Hill get back to play for their territorial groups and will be accessible during the current end of the week's Charlotte Edwards Cup activity. Lead trainer Lisa Keightley in an authority discharge said: "We've played some great cricket across both the Test and ODIs and we've named a solid crew for the T20I series. It's 6-4 in the multi-design series and we're pushing hard to win." "We presumably weren't exactly at our best in the third ODI so I'd like us to waste no time in the main IT20 and be heartless," Keightley added. Also Read: England - India Test Series to Kick off 2nd World Test Championship: ReportIndia crushed England by four wickets in the third ODI on Saturday at the New Road, Worcester. Mithali Raj played a skipper's thump as she stayed unbeaten on 75. Eventually, Rana likewise played a critical 24-run knock off only 22 balls with the assistance of three fours. In the third and last ODI, Mithali likewise turned into the most elevated run-scorer in ladies' worldwide cricket, across each of the three organizations. She outperformed England's Charlotte Edwards to turn into the main run-scorer. Britain ladies' crew for the T20I series: Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Tash Farrant, Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones, Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Mady Villiers, Fran Wilson, Danni Wyatt.

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Afghan national team footballer Zaki Anwari dies in fall from US plane at Kabul airport

  • Aug 20, 2021
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On Thursday, the Afghan news agency Ariana reported that Zaki Anwari, a soccer player for the Afghan national team, died after falling from a US plane at the Kabul airport on Monday. Crowds of people seeking to flee Afghanistan have gathered at the airport since Taliban fighters took power on Sunday, many of whom were seen trying to board a moving plane. Ariana said that Zaki Anwari fell from a US Air Force Boeing C-17 plane, and the death was confirmed by the Directorate General for Sports. Anwari was one of thousands of Afghans who flocked to Hamid Karzai International Airport on Monday, a day after the Taliban seized the Afghan capital, hoping to board a plane out of the country. He reportedly boarded a C-17 that was about to leave Kabul. Zaki Anwari’s remains were said to have been found aboard the US Air Force C-17 transport plane after the aircraft dashed to escape the advancing Taliban while carrying hundreds of refugees. Hundreds of Afghans were seen crowding a US Air Force plane as it took off from the runway. Some managed to stick to the wheels of flight or sit on the wings, only to fall into the sky. New videos emerged from the Kabul airport showing women crying for help outside the gates and barbed wire, asking troops to let them in. In the video, women are heard saying: "Help us, the Taliban are coming."Also Read- Battlegrounds Mobile India esports kicks off with a prize of Rs 1 crore on July 19

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Taliban will never change, they treat women like zeroes: Former Afghanistan footballer Fanoos Basir

  • Sep 01, 2021
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Fanoos Basir a former Afghan soccer player fled her country after the Taliban dramatically capturing the capital city Kabul in August 2021. Despite promises by Taliban representatives that the Women would have more freedom than the last time the Taliban ruled the country, the women of the country were skeptical and unsure of their future. Fanoos Basir, said that she does not believe in the Taliban and that the Islamist movement will not change its attitude towards women. The Taliban were toppled in the US-led invasion in 2001, but 20 years later they regained power again and were forced out a foreign military mission, prompting the evacuation of tens of thousands of vulnerable Afghans. The last flights departed on Monday. In 2010, Basir joined a fledgling national soccer team that trained in a dilapidated stadium and began participating in tournaments abroad. However, the national team was disbanded and a large group of players and current staff were evacuated in an Australian military plane. Khaleda Popal, a former captain of the women's national soccer team who now resides outside Denmark, had urged soccer players on the women's team to burn their certificates, jerseys and medals for fear of attack by the Taliban, who had prohibited sports for women during her previous regime. Fanoos Basir not only did this, but tried to flee the country with her ailing parents as many as 3 days after the Taliban captured Kabul that on August 15. After several unsuccessful attempts, Basir, with the help of the French embassy, escaped to France. "Of course, we didn't know the Taliban would come as quickly as they did. Everyone knows what they did 30 years ago. They consider women like zero. They say that everything will change, we will allow women to work but I believe these are all fake face of the Taliban that they are showing to the world. They will never change. They have the same mentality towards women," said Basir.Also Read- Afghan national team footballer Zaki Anwari dies in fall from US plane at Kabul airport"So personally, I thought I would never work as part of their NGO government because working with them means supporting them. I will never support them. I will never trust them." "They still kill people. They have the same ideas and the same attitude towards women. Even if they let us work, we should be accompanied by our brother or father. So, it's impossible." “I was working as a civil engineer and I worked with a lot of guys, so this is impossible for me. "They are fake and they are showing off to the world that they are good and have changed. But they never change." ‘Who are they to forgive us?’ "They talked about resuming all sports activities. But women's sport was not mentioned. How can they change? They say they are going to forgive us. Who are they to forgive us? They have killed so many people, it should be the other way around." She added. 'I don't want to talk to a woman' Recalling the horrible experience when she tried to flee the country from the Kabul airport, Fanoos Basir said that a representative for Taliban did not even speak to her when she asked for clarification. Basir said she saw people being shot when the Taliban warned people not to flee the country in chaotic days at the airport. "We tried a lot for 2 or 3 days (to escape). My mother was sick. I went to the airport, there was a big crowd and they were shooting a lot of people. I saw them shoot people in the head and legs. They were bleeding and they hit them with sticks. ”I covered my face with a burqa. When I approached them, I wanted to ask them a question, but a Taliban pushed me and said." No, I don't want to talk to a woman. He told me to leave to home ". she said Fanoos Basir blamed the United States for the return of the Taliban to Afghanistan. "If the United States wants to kick them out, they can do it in an hour or two. They don't want to do it. They have drones, they have satellites. How is it possible that they are fighting against the Taliban for 20 years and did nothing?" she said.Also Read- Neeraj Chopra vs Sumit Antil: Can two gold medallists clash at Paris Olympics 2024?

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Taliban set to ban womens sports in Afghanistan, claims report

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The Taliban said on Wednesday (September 8) that Afghan women cannot participate in sports, including cricket because sports activities "would expose their bodies." Ahmadullah Wasiq, deputy director of the Taliban's cultural committee, told the media that sports activities were not necessary for women. Earlier this week, the Taliban decreed that only a woman teacher would teach female students but if that was not possible then ‘old men’ of good character could fill in. “I don't think women will be allowed to play cricket because it is not necessary that women should play cricket. In cricket, they might face a situation where their face and body will not be covered. Islam does not allow women to be seen like this. It is the media era, and there will be photos and videos, and then people watch it. Islam and the Islamic Emirate do not allow women to play cricket or play the kind of sports where they get exposed,” said Ahmadullah Wasiq, the deputy head of the Taliban's cultural commission, in an interview. In November 2020, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) awarded contracts to 25 female cricketers. It also held a 21-day training camp for 40 female cricketers in Kabul. The International Cricket Council (ICC) requires its twelve members to have a women's national team and only full members of the ICC are permitted to play Test matches.Also Read- Afghan national team footballer Zaki Anwari dies in fall from US plane at Kabul airport When asked if no women’s cricket would mean ICC calling off the Hobart Test, Wasiq said the Taliban would not compromise. “Even for this, if we face challenges and problems, we have fought for our religion so that Islam is to be followed. We will not cross Islamic values even if it carries opposite reactions. We will not leave our Islamic rules.”Cricket Australia threaten to cancel Hobart Test against Afghanistan Meanwhile, Cricket Australia said it would not host Afghanistan for its first historic Test at Hobart if media reports about the women's team without the support of the Taliban are true. "Driving the growth of women's cricket is extremely important to Cricket Australia. Our vision for cricket is that it is a sport for all and we support the game unequivocally for women at every level," Cricket Australia statement on Thursday September 9. An update on the proposed Test match against Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/p2q5LOJMlw— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) September 9, 2021"If recent media reports that women's cricket will not be supported in Afghanistan are substantiated, Cricket Australia would have no alternative but to not host Afghanistan for the proposed Test match due to be played in Hobart," the statement added.Also Read- Taliban will never change, they treat women like zeroes: Former Afghanistan footballer Fanoos Basir