The Telegraph
Sunday , October 1 , 2017

Umesh: Have to do better at the death

Umesh Yadav made it clear he prefers Test cricket more, but in ODIs, he needs to be better when bowling at the death....   | Read..

India aim to set things in order before T20Is

Stung by the Aussies the other evening in Bangalore, India would look to end the ODI series on a high in the fifth and final game at the VCA Stadium, Jamtha, on Sunday....   | Read..

Struggling Wade gets selectors' warning

Under-fire Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade has been told by the selectors to raise his game as he competes for the Ashes spot with Peter Handscomb....   | Read..

Novak will be back soon: Physio

Novak Djokovic's new physiotherapist Ulises Badio says the Serb is eager to get back on tour following his elbow problems....   | Read..

Ben Stokes had punched a former soldier

English cricket was engulfed in more scandal as the fallout from a nightclub brawl continued to overshadow the team's performances on the field....   | Read..

De Bruyne the hero as City shock champions Chelsea

Manchester City regained top spot in the Premier League with a deserved 1-0 victory over an out-of-sorts Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday....   | Read..

De Matos has faith in squad

Coach Luis Norton de Matos refused to predict India's chances in the upcoming Fifa U-17 World Cup, saying that instead of thinking about the results, the country should take it as "a first ste......   | Read..

Anwar is living a dream

On Saturday, when the Indian team for the under-17 World Cup beginning October 6 lined up on the stage for a promotional, the boy, who stood out because of his height and physique was defender Anwa......   | Read..

Pak bank on Azhar resistance

Azhar Ali once more rescued Pakistan's batting with a fighting half-century on the third day of the first Test against Sri Lanka here on Saturday....   | Read..

Proteas lead by 230 runs

South Africa lost both openers but were still 230 runs ahead of Bangladesh at the close on the third day of the first Test when bad light stopped play on Saturday....   | Read..

PCB set to file claim

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants its Indian counterpart (BCCI) to pay approximately $70 million as compensation for not playing two "home" bilateral series....   | Read..
Ben Stokes had punched a former soldier
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