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Saini injures groin, currently being monitored by BCCI medical team

The 28-year-old visibly seemed to be in a lot of discomfort, holding onto his thighs, after his follow-through as he bowled his fifth delivery during the post-lunch session to Marnus Labuschagne in the 36th over of the Australian innings.

T20 Challenge: Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet to lead Supernovas, Velocity

The three teams will compete in the upcoming Women's T20 Challenge to be played from November 4-9 in the UAE. The 2020 Women's T20 Challenge

IPL will be held as scheduled in UAE: Dhumal

The tournament will be held in bio-secure bubbles, where the participants and support staff stay in the designated spaces till the duration of the events,

Sri Lanka Cricket willing to host India-England Tests next year: report

According to a report in 'The Island', England's five-match Test series in India could be in doubts with the host nation struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic and SLC is willing to host the contest between the two cricketing nations.

Ganguly hopes for reduced quarantine for Kohli & Co in Oz

We have confirmed that tour. In December we will be coming. We just hope the number of quarantine days get reduced a bit because we don't want the players to go all that far and sit in hotel rooms for two weeks.

Ex-CoA chief Rai & Diana Edulji condole demise of Lt. Gen (retd) Thodge

Thodge passed away at a private hospital in Nagpur, aged 64 on Friday night. He had reportedly complained of chest pain last week and underwent angioplasty as well.

Did India player refuse to post ‘All’s Well’ message post rift reports?

Another board functionary said that the reports of rift need to be addressed at the earliest to avoid a scenario wherein the performance of the team can start getting affected. 

Mooche ho toh Abhinandan jaisi

The hero, literally with two wings, has become the real-life Singam to look up to

ICC to examine whether India was right to hold smog-hit Delhi Test

"The ICC has noted the conditions in which the Delhi Test was played and has already requested the issue is considered by the medical committee for guidance should the situation arise in future," said an ICC statement.

SC will decide how to organise cricket: Pawar

"While I am closely associated with cricket, the matter is in the Supreme court. The Court is now going to decide how cricket will be organised.

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