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  • Question mark over Fizz

    Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha said before leaving New Zealand that it would take only 10 minutes to make a squad for the one-off Test against India once he gets the update reports of his three injured players.

  • Raonic races into third round of Aus Open

    Third seed Milos Raonic continued his machine-like advance through the Australian Open on Thursday, easing past Gilles Muller 6-3 6-4 7-6(4) to reach the third round.

  • Man Utd dethrone Real as cash kings

    Manchester United's relative failure on the pitch has not been reflected off it as for the first time in over a decade they top Deloitte's Football Money League for revenue in the 2015/16 season.

  • Sizzling Serena comes back with bang

    Serena Williams exploded any doubts about her form on Tuesday as she swept into the Australian Open second round on her return to Grand Slam action.

  • Mushy released from hospital

    Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahman has returned to the ground from hospital much to the relief of Bangladesh cricket fans. But the only disappointment for the tough batsman was that he has returned only to see his team struggling to avoid a defeat.

  • Watch Live: BD v NZ 1st Test, day 4

    Bangladesh lead by 122 runs with seven wickets in hand going into the final day of the first Test against New Zealand at Basin Reserve, Wellington today.

  • Tamim will play first Test

    Good news for Bangladesh. Opener Tamim Iqbal will play the opening Test that starts at the Basin Reserve in Wellington tomorrow.

  • Arrest warrant for Wasim Akram

    A local court in Karachi on Tuesday issued arrest warrants against former star cricketer Wasim Akram, after he failed to appear before the court during last 31 hearings of a case, it has been learnt.

  • Tevez agrees to join Shanghai Shenhua

    Carlos Tevez became the latest high-profile international player to join the Chinese Super League when Shanghai Shenhua confirmed the signing of the Argentine striker from his boyhood club Boca Juniors on Thursday.

  • ‘Man City should fear Reds attack’

    Manchester City need to be wary of Liverpool's formidable attacking threat when the sides meet in a high-profile Premier League clash at Anfield on Saturday, Reds midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has said.

  • Turkey mourns after twin Istanbul bombings kill 29

    Turkey declared a day of national mourning on Sunday after twin bombings targeting police struck the heart of Istanbul near the home stadium of football giants Besiktas, killing 29 people.

  • Bombs outside Istanbul soccer stadium kill 29

    A car bomb followed by a suicide bombing less than a minute later killed 29 people and wounded 166 outside a soccer stadium in Istanbul on Saturday night, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said.

  • Cavani hits 100 but Zlatan comparisons persist

    Edinson Cavani scored his 100th goal in all competitions for Paris St Germain in their 2-0 Ligue 1 victory over Angers on Wednesday, but the Uruguay international still cannot escape the shadow cast by his predecessor Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

  • ‘Corruption case a complication for Neymar’

    A Spanish corruption case surrounding Neymar's transfer from Santos to Barcelona in 2013 is certain to influence the Brazil forward's form, national team coach Tite said on Monday.

  • Germany, Portugal kept apart

    World Cup holders Germany were placed in Group B for the 2017 Confederations Cup alongside Chile, Australia and the winner of next year's Africa Cup of Nations at Saturday's draw in Kazan.

  • From predators to prey, Bayern must turn corner

    Champions Bayern Munich must defeat Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday if they are to end an unusual losing run and avoid making a crisis out of what could be a brief dip in form.

  • Why Kohli and Warner weren't charged

    Around the same time that the ICC heard the Faf du Plessis case, there emerged on social media footage of Virat Kohli and David Warner with suggestions that they might have introduced artificial substances to shine the ball.

  • Patel's eight-year India Test exile ended

    India wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha is ruled out of the third Test against England, prompting the selectors to recall Parthiv Patel after eight years in the wilderness.

  • Wenger hoping to harness super sub Giroud's anger

    Olivier Giroud has been restricted to the role of substitute in the Premier League this season and while Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger knows the striker is far from happy with the situation he is channelling his anger in the right way.

  • Spinners wrap up Ind win over Eng

    India spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Jayant Yadav claimed three wickets apiece in the second innings to lead the hosts to a comfortable 246-run win in the second Test against England on Monday and a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

  • Fit-again Santner recalled for second Test

    Spin-bowling all-rounder Mitchell Santner has been included in New Zealand's squad for the second and final Test against Pakistan after making a quick recovery from a broken wrist.

  • Fakirerpool go joint top

    Fakirerpool Youngmen's Club joined leaders Saif SC on top of the Marcel Bangladesh Championship League table after playing out a 1-1 draw against Karwan Bazar PS at Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Klopp salutes Liverpool despite Saints stalemate

    Jurgen Klopp praised Liverpool's performance in the goalless draw against Southampton even though the Reds missed the chance to cement their position on top of the Premier League.

  • Misbah set to miss second Test due to family illness

    Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is highly unlikely to be available for his country's second Test against New Zealand in Hamilton on Friday after having to return to Pakistan due to a family illness.

  • Rooney in a fix as Arsenal gun for Man United

    Damaged and derided, Wayne Rooney embodies Manchester United's delicate current predicament as they prepare for Arsenal's visit to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday.

  • Milan official wants clarity on AC Milan's Chinese owners

    An anti-Mafia official at Milan's city council called on Wednesday for the Chinese buyers of soccer club AC Milan to reveal their identities, saying town hall would notify anti-money laundering authorities if there was not full disclosure.

  • 'Young' Cook to remain England Test skipper

    Director of England cricket Andrew Strauss expects Alastair Cook to carry on as the Test captain well into the summer of 2017, saying the 31-year-old is comfortable with the responsibility.

  • Rain washes out first day's play

    Persistent rain forced the abandonment of the first day's play of the first cricket Test between New Zealand and Pakistan at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Thursday.

  • Ind spinners in firing line against confident Eng

    India's much-hyped spin attack are under pressure to deliver in the second Test at Visakhapatnam starting Thursday against an England side high on confidence and boasting new teenage sensation Haseeb Hameed.

  • ICC anti-corruption unit seeks to monitor players' messages

    Cricketers suspected of corruption could be forced to hand over their mobile phones under new plans to curb match-fixing, head of the game's anti-corruption unit has said.

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