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Despite a thick blanket cover over the national capital, the BCCI has not taken a decision to call off first T20I match between India and Bangladesh slated to be played later today at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, a report said.CricketWas playing against 22 men: Shoaib Akhtar recalls match-fixing days
There was a time when match fixing had gripped the Pakistan team and had left it in a bad state. Former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar has now made startling revelations in an interview claiming that he was playing against 22 men - the opposition and also his own teammates.CricketRohit Sharma fine, to lead India in first T20I in Delhi: BCCI
Rohit Sharma was seen walking off the field moments after he was struck by a ball on the leg during practice session. There have been a lot of assumptions being made over his health as he did not return to the field later in the day.CricketIn Delhi, Bangladesh players practice with pollution masks on
Amid growing concerns of air pollution in Delhi, Bangladesh players were seen practicing on the ground with pollution masks on their faces at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Thursday.CricketAnushka Sharma on being served tea by team selectors at world cup
Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma slammed former Indian wicket keeper-batsman Farokh Engineer for making claims that she was served tea by selectors during the ICC World Cup 2019 in England.CricketIndia vs Bangladesh T20I and Test match series fixture and schedule
India will be looking forward to continue their winning streak against Bangladesh as they start their three T20Is and two Tests series from Sunday. India will also be hosting a historic day night Test match.CricketWatch: Steve Smith survives run out as bowler commits unforgettable mistake
Steve Smith and David Warner's good knocks took Australia to a comfortable win over Sri Lanka in the second T20 international at Brisbane; hosts have now taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.CricketShakib Al Hasan steps down from MCC after two year ban
Bangladesh cricketer Shakib Al Hasan has stepped down from Marylebone Cricket Club's (MCC) Cricket Committee after he was banned for two years by the International Cricket Council for breaching the ICC's Anti Corruption Code.Cricket#DhoniRetires trends on Twitter, fans panic
Mahendra Singh Dhoni fans went on a panic mode on early Tuesday as #DhoniRetires was seen trending on Twitter despite no news report showing any official announcement on the same.
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