The Telegraph
Thursday , December 17 , 2015

No gut feeling... Government alone will decide: Shaharyar

Contrary to what is doing the rounds in Lahore and in Karachi, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has not approached the Foreign Office for "advice" on travelling to India specifically for the March 15-April 3 World T20....   | Read..

Sourav is Warne's choice as captain

The iconic Sachin Tendulkar was an expected pick for the No.4 slot, while Sourav Ganguly was preferred in the leadership position in Australian spin legend Shane Warne's greatest Indian Test XI....   | Read..

Bravo laments sorry state of affairs in WI

Launching an emotional attack on the West Indies Cricket Board, Dwayne Bravo has alleged that too much of politics is killing cricket in the region....   | Read..

Holding slams Board

Pace legend Michael Holding has slammed the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), terming it as "dysfunctional" and "untrustworthy" and called for immediate changes in the Board to ......   | Read..

Nicklaus: Woods must be patient

Jack Nicklaus believes Tiger Woods will resume his chase of the Golden Bear's all-time record of 18 Major professional golf titles, but believes he may have trouble with the emerging young guns....   | Read..

ATK win in a lost cause as Chennaiyin FC enter final

There was drama, there was emotion and there were celebrations, too. In the end, Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) lost out on a final berth, despite raising hopes of a comeback in the dying minutes....   | Read..

Abhishek: Will win it on Sunday

The last time Chennaiyin FC were here for the group-stage match, some of them had really given up hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals after their loss to Atletico de Kolkata....   | Read..

What a relief, admits Marco

Marco Materazzi was a relieved man after securing a berth in the final on Wednesday. After Dejan Lekic and Iain Hume scored for defending champions Atletico de Kolkata at the Salt Lake Stadium on W......   | Read..

We were the better side, says Habas

There haven't been many instances when Antonio Lopez Habas had left the Salt Lake Stadium, disappointed and frustrated....   | Read..

Leicester close to windfall

Claudio Ranieri and his Leicester City players are five points away from landing a substantial bonus, after their remarkable rise to the top of the Premier League....   | Read..

Ancelotti may step in if Pep leaves Bayern

Bayern Munich have lined up Carlo Ancelotti as a replacement for Pep Guardiola in a move that could have major implications for both Manchester City and Chelsea....   | Read..

DDCA is standing by Jaitley

The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA), on Wednesday, strongly refuted allegations of "gross financial irregularities" against the finance minister and its former president Aru......   | Read..

Platini to skip hearing in protest

Suspended European soccer chief Michel Platini will not attend Friday’s Fifa ethics committee hearing in protest at what he condemns as political process designed to prevent him running to le......   | Read..

River Plate in final of Club Cup

South American champions River Plate overcame their anxiety to reach the Club World Cup final with a jittery 1-0 win over Sanfrecce Hiroshima, on Wednesday, keeping alive the dream of a meeting wit......   | Read..

Aces suffer defeat

Micromax Indian Aces suffered their second loss in the tournament with a 16-27 defeat at the hands of Singapore Slammers on the final day of the Dubai leg of the International Premier Tennis League......   | Read..

CA ropes in Hussey & Sriram

Cricket Australia (CA) has appointed former India all-rounder Sridharan Sriram and former Australia batsman Mike Hussey as consultants to help the national team prepare for next year's World T20 in......   | Read..

Lankans wary of the wicket

Sri Lanka's ongoing tour of New Zealand hasn't been very happy so far. They were thrashed in the first Test by 122 runs. And, in the lead-up to second Test, which begins in Hamilton on Friday, thin......   | Read..

Jadeja is confident

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who will be pitted against his former Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League, believes that bowling to In......   | Read..

Waugh supports Khawaja return

While the Australian team remains in a dilemma over Usman Khawaja, former player and current selector Mark Waugh believes that the batsman will return to the playing XI for the Boxing Day Test agai......   | Read..
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