Film on 1983 Cricket World Cup Set For April 2019 Release

1983, a Bollywood film which will tell the story of India's incredible 1983 cricket World Cup victory, will release on April 5, 2019, its makers Reliance Entertainment and Phantom Films in association with Vibri Media and Kabir Khan Films, announced on Sunday.

The Kabir Khan directorial will feature actor Ranveer …

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James Anderson Claims Four As England Draw Ashes Tour Opener

England pace spearhead James Anderson claimed four wickets as England's opening Ashes tour match ended in a draw against a youthful Western Australia XI in Perth on Sunday.

Anderson finished with four for 27 as the second-string WA side reached 342 in reply to the tourists' 349 for six declared …

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MS Dhoni Should Give Youngsters A Chance In T20Is, Says VVS Laxman

Former India cricketers VVS Laxman and Ajit Agarkar slammed MS Dhoni for his average performance against New Zealand at Rajkot on Saturday and said that it was time for Team India to look for other options in Twenty20 cricket.

Chasing a mammoth 197 in the second T20I at Rajkot on …

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Shane Watson to miss BPL 2017 after picking up hamstring injury

Hard-hitting former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has been ruled out of the 2017 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League after picking up an injury. Watson was bowling for his local side Sutherland when he picked up a hamstring injury, effectively putting him on the sidelines for 5-6 weeks.

Watson was …

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Sri Lanka drop Mendis, Kaushal for India Tests

Batsman Kusal Mendis and Kaushal Silva have been dropped from Sri Lanka's squad for the upcoming Test series in India which starts later this month.

Seamer Nuwan Pradeep has also been left out but former captain Angelo Mathews makes a welcome return after missing the Pakistan series due to injury …

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England cop pre-Ashes punishment in Perth

England endured a morning of embarrassment at the hands of a little-known 20-year-old during their two-day tour match against a WA XI at the WACA Ground on Sunday.

England posted a respectable 6(dec)/349 on Saturday.

But their frontline pace attack could barely make a dent during Sunday's morning …

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Virat Kohli receives cake treatment as Team India wish him happy birthday

While India could not win the second Twenty20 against New Zealand here on Saturday, the team put its disappointment on the backburner as it celebrated skipper Virat Kohli’s birthday.

The run-machine, who now is the second highest four-hitter in Twenty20 cricket, received a special cake treatment as he turned …

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Zimbabwe to scale back on Test cricket at home

Hosting fewer Tests and scaling down operations may be the way forward for Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) as it navigates a changing cricket structure and tricky financial waters. Zimbabwe will not be part of the new Test league that is set to start in July 2019, and are happy with the …

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