India skipper Virat Kohli said yesterday he is backing his wrist spinners to give his team the edge over a rampant ODI England side in their upcoming mammoth tour.
England captain Eoin Morgan hopes his side can maintain their “new level of intensity” after moving to within sight of a first 5-0 one-day international series whitewash of Australia.
Germany’s phenomenal World Cup consistency means the reigning world champions have not been eliminated in the tournament’s group stage for the last 80 years — but that could all change today.
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio will take charge of his side for the 50th time when they face South Korea at the World Cup today and his past record suggests there is every chance he will field his 50th different line-up.
Croatia captain Luka Modric could barely hide his joy after the Balkan side crushed Argentina 3-0 in their World Cup Group D showdown on Thursday, but he cautioned that they must keep their feet on the ground as they move to the next round.
Roger Federer stepped up his grass game as the start of Wimbledon looms, holding off Australian Matt Ebden 7-6 (7/2), 7-5 in their quarter-final at the ATP Halle tournament yesterday.
Indian volleyball team is arriving today to play exhibition matches against Qatar. The India-Qatar match series and the subsequent VoliQ Cup Volleyball Tournament are part of the tenth anniversary celebration of Volleyball Loving Indians in Qatar, an expatriates’ body formed to promote volleyball.