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India look for series win against England in Manchester following COVID-19 clearance

Manchester/IBNS: Virat Kohli-led India will be looking for the series win against England in Manchester where the fifth Test begins Friday.

England cricketer Stuart Broad fined 15 percent of match fee for using inappropriate language

Dubai/UNI: England cricketer Stuart Broad has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for using inappropriate language after dismissing Yasir Shah during the first Test against Pakistan in Manchester, ICC said on Tuesday.

Third Test: West Indies in trouble against England on day 2

Manchester/IBNS: West Indies found themselves in deep trouble in the post-tea session against England in the third Test here on Saturday.

Liverpool look to end dip, while Manchester derby delights in England

London/Xinhua: This weekend's fixtures in the Premier League see Liverpool looking to end a minor dip in form, while the Manchester derby will be the main dish of the day on Sunday afternoon.

The Ashes: Despite strong defence, Australia defeat England by 185 runs in Manchester

Manchester: Despite a strong lower-order defence, Australia defeated England in the fourth Test of The Ashes by 185 runs here on Sunday.

The Ashes: England face challenge in Manchester as Smith hits mesmerising 211

Manchester: England are facing a challenge from the visitors as Australian batsman Steve Smith scored a mesmerising double hundred in the fourth Test match of The Ashes here on Friday.

Wasim Akram 'humiliated' at Manchester Airport for carrying insulin

Manchester, July 24 (IBNS): Former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram took to Twitter to allege that he was mistreated and "humiliated" at Manchester Airport for carrying insulin.

No tickets, men-in-blue can't fly back to India before July 14

Manchester, July 12 (IBNS): Though the men-in-blue have crashed out of the Cricket World Cup couple of days ago, the Indian team will have to stay in Manchester, England, till July 14 due to unavailability of immediate tickets.

World Cup: Rain-affected India-New Zealand semifinal match to resume today

Manchester, July 10 (IBNS): After rain had disturbed the semifinal match a day ago, India and New Zealand will resume their play here on the reserve day on Wednesday.

India, New Zealand face each other in high-voltage World Cup semi-final clash today

Manchester, July 9 (IBNS): It is just one match left for India to reach the final of the World Cup as Virat Kohli and his men will contest against New Zealand in the first semi-finals of the tournament here on Tuesday.  

Don't use bad words for players: Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir tweets

London, June 18 (IBNS): Pakistan's star bowler  Mohammad Amir  has requested fans and critics not to use 'bad words' for players after their massive defeated at the hands of India in a World Cup match on Sunday.

Rain stops India, Pakistan match at 46.4 overs, Kohli and his men dominate proceedings

Manchester, June 16 (IBNS): Rain halted the proceedings of the high-voltage clash between India and Pakistan in the 47th over of the Indian innings here on Sunday.

World Cup: Rohit Sharma hits century in high-voltage match against Pakistan

Manchester, June 16 (IBNS): Indian opener Rohit Sharma hit a century in the crucial World Cup match against Pakistan here on Sunday.

Banish all fears of losing: Imran Khan tells Pakistani team ahead of World Cup clash against India

Islamabad, June 16 (IBNS): On a day when two arch-rivals are facing each other in a crucial World Cup match in Manchester, Pakistan PM Imran Khan adviced his country's team to banish all fears of losing the match.

World Cup: Pakistan win toss, opt to field first against India

Manchester, June 16 (IBNS): Pakistan won the toss and opted to field first against India in the high-voltage World Cup encounter between the two sides here on Sunday.