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Chennai Super Kings beat Kolkata Knight Riders to win its 4th IPL title

Chennai Super Kings beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 27 runs to win its fourth IPL title in Dubai last night. Put into bat first, Chennai posted a massive total of 192 for the loss of three wickets in the stipulated 20 overs riding on Faf du Plessis’ 86 off 59 and Moeen Ali’s unbeaten 37 off 20 balls. For Kolkata, Sunil Narine scapled two wickets.

In reply, Kolkata could score only 165 runs for nine wickets in 20 overs with the help of Shubman Gill’s 51 off 43 and Venkatesh Iyer’s 50 off 32 balls. For Chennai, Shardul Thakur picked up three wickets while Josh Hazlewood and Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets apiece.

Cricket Australia announce dates with Virat Kohli & Co


Ending weeks of speculation, Cricket Australia on Thursday confirmed that India will make the trip Down Under starting October this year for a financially critical assignment comprising four Tests, ODIs as well as T20 Internationals.

Cricket Australia announced the much-anticipated resumption of the game after the COVID-19 pandemic with a six-month home summer schedule, which will begin with a tour by Zimbabwe for a three-match ODI series from August 9.

India will tour the country for a T20 series, which will begin on October 11 at Brisbane followed by matches on October 14 (Canberra) and October 17 (Adelaide), the CA posted on its official website.

This is to be followed by the T20 World Cup, the likelihood of which going ahead is slim owing to the pandemic. The CA did not even mention the event in its official schedule unveiled on Thursday.

After the T20s, Virat Kohli's men will return for a four-Test series, beginning on December 3 at Brisbane. India are then scheduled to play a day/night Test, as committed by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, from December 11 to 15 in Adelaide.

The second and fourth Tests will be held in Melbourne (December 26-30) and Sydney (January 3 to 7).

The series is crucial financial health of CA, which has had to stand down staff to handle cost of operations in the wake of the pandemic. According to reports, CA stands to earn up to 300 million Australian dollars from the tour by India.

The ODI series is scheduled to begin with a match on January 12 in Perth and it will be followed by contests on January 15 (Melbourne) and January 17 (Sydney).

"We are working closely with the BCCI to deliver the eagerly anticipated men's and women's tours, and we are looking forward to staging the important series against both the men's and women's New Zealand sides," Kevin Roberts, Cricket Australia CEO, said in a statement.

The India women's team will also travel to Australia for an ODI series with matches scheduled in Canberra (January 22), St Kilda (January 25) and Hobart (January 17).

Roberts hinted that if circumstances dictate, there could be changes in the schedule which also features series against New Zealand (both men and women), West Indies and a one-off Test against Afghanistan (November 21-25).

"...but we'll be doing everything we can to get as much international cricket in as possible this summer. We will communicate any changes to the schedule if or when they are required," he added.

Cricket Australia also said that it will continue to act in accordance with public health advice and government protocols to ensure the safety of the public, players and support staff.

"Australian cricket will survive and thrive after the coronavirus pandemic dissipates, just as we have after world wars, depressions, recessions and the many other challenges that have confronted us over the past 140-plus years," he added.

Schedule (Men)

T20 International Series

First T20: October 11, the Gabba, Brisbane

Second T20: October 14, Canberra

Third T20: October 17, Adelaide Oval

Test Series

First December 3-7, Brisbane

Second December 11-15, Adelaide (D/N)

Third Test: December 26-30, MCG

Fourth Test: January 3-7, SCG

ODI Series

First ODI: January 12, Perth

Second ODI: January 15, MCG

Third ODI: January 17, SCG

Women's ODI

First ODI: January 22, Canberra

Second ODI: January 25, Melbourne

Third ODI: January 28, Hobart.

Ben Stokes Says 'Never Said India Lost To England Deliberately', Terms Ex-Pakistan Cricketer's Claims

All-rounder Ben Stokes clarified that he never said India lost to England deliberately during the 2019 World Cup. Strokes' comments come after former Pakistan cricketer Sikander Bakht on Thursday claimed the all-rounder in his book has mentioned that India deliberately lost to England in World Cup last year to knock Pakistan out of the tournament. He also shared an old video of him pointing out the same on Twitter.

Taking to Twitter Stokes clarified Bakht and wrote, "You won't find it cause I have never said it... it's called "twisting of words" or "clickbait"."

In the round-robin stage match against England in Birmingham, India failed to chase down the massive target of 338 and fell short of 31 runs. That was the only game that India lost in the premier tournament last year before the semifinal loss against New Zealand.

India's chasing approach towards a massive target was criticised by many, in particular of wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni, including the fans at home.

England became the eventual champion by beating New Zealand in a dramatic final at Lord's to lift its maiden World Cup title since the inception of the competition.

In his soon to be published book titled "On Fire", Stokes analysed each of England's games in the World Cup.

Hockey veteran Balbir Singh Sr. died in Mohali, Punjab today

Balbir Singh Sr., a three-time Olympic gold medalist hockey veteran, died this morning in a private hospital in Mohali, Punjab. He was 95 and has a daughter Sushbir and three sons Kanwalbir, Karanbir, Gurbir.

Abhijit Singh, director of Fortis Hospital in Mohali, said he breathed his last at 6.30 am

He was admitted to the hospital on 8 May and was in a semi-comatose condition from 18 May and developed a blood clot in his brain after being hospitalized for bronchial pneumonia with high fever.

One of the greatest athletes in the country, Balbir Sr. was the only Olympics to have been selected by the International Olympic Committee in modern Olympic history.

His world record for most goals scored by a man in the Olympic men's hockey final is still unbeaten.

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