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Skipper Virat Kohli carries drinks for Team India

Saha (wk), R. Ashwin, R. Jadeja, Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Karun Nair, Jayant Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav, Abhinav Mukund, Shreyas Iyer and Mohammed Shami. "I've taken medication after the last game so I'm just hoping it takes a bit more time for me to get back to the normal movements I have". There's no special treatment for anyone. Read More

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England 2-0 Lithuania: Three Lions stars rated and slated

England 2-0 Lithuania: Three Lions stars rated and slated

Substitutes: Jamie Vardy (for Defoe, 60 minutes) 7, Marcus Rashford (for Sterling, 60 minutes) 7. Defoe, Cahill and Joe Hart are the only players with more than 30 caps. Live streaming is available on Fox Sports Go , which you can access with your cable or satellite, either online or through their app. However, Dier has been speaking in a press conference (via the official Tottenham club website ) about how Lithuania will be a tough proposition for the Three Lions. Read More

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Warriors Hopeful Kevin Durant Can Return Before End Of Regular Season

Warriors Hopeful Kevin Durant Can Return Before End Of Regular Season

If Durant can return in the regular season, it will give him the opportunity to get back into a rhythm. Golden State stumbled initially in Durant's absence, losing four of six games to start March. The Warriors opened the week with a commanding 122-92 win over the Orlando Magic last Thursday, using 21 first-quarter points from Klay Thompson to build a double-digit lead in the opening 12 minutes that only got bigger. Read More

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De Kock defies New Zealand to get South Africa to 314

South African captain Faf du Plessis falls to a sensational catch by Tom Latham. Showing astonishing anticipation, Latham appeared to sense that du Plessis would play a lap sweep to the third ball bowled in the match by Santner and, before the ball had even pitched, Latham started moving to his right, before extending his right arm and brilliantly plucking the ball out of the air. Read More

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Iran imposes sanctions on 15 USA firms

Iran imposes sanctions on 15 USA firms

However, this decision is largely symbolic because these companies do not do business with Iran. " The sanctioned companies have, directly and/or indirectly, been involved in the brutal atrocities committed by the Zionist regime in the occupied Palestinian territories , or they have supported the regime's terrorist activities and Israel's development of Zionist settlements on the Palestinian soil", the IRNA report said . Read More

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Poster boy of cricket Virat Kohli takes charge as the water boy

Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane's efforts in the Bengaluru Test with Pujara also keep him in good stead with the willow while all-rounders Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja can add good balance lower down the order. "I'm hopeful, as a Gujarat Lions coach, that when we play RCB (Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore) in a couple of weeks, that he's not playing". The HPCA is presently hosting its first official Test match . Read More

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Figo reveals Real regrets over Gerrard

Figo reveals Real regrets over Gerrard

The 36-year-old provided two assists, a goal and smashed the crossbar from 25 yards out. Fowler had also hit the frame of the goal just prior to netting the third. "There are moments in life that you have the possibility to play together but that moment wasn't possible", he added. "He is a fantastic player", espn.in quoted Fowler as saying. Read More

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Latham leads New Zealand response

The arrival of de Kock to the crease brought a resumption of his battle with off-spinner Jeetan Patel. New Zealand were back to the safe side not just with the new ball taken by the 81st over but also refilled their reviews. Du Plessis and De Kock looked comfortable until the former was dismissed thanks to a brilliant piece of fielding by Latham. De Kock and Patel's rivalry took a new turn in Hamilton when the former smashed a six and 2 fours to force him out of attack. Read More

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Miami Open: Top-seed Wawrinka advances

Miami Open: Top-seed Wawrinka advances

With top-ranked players Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic not playing in the tournament with injuries, comeback man Federer will be eyeing his third title of the season after he clinched glory at Australian Open and at Indian Wells. "Seemed to be fearless, no problem, good serving, taking the ball early, making the plays", said the Swiss. After saving break points in the opening game of the match , Wawrinka went on to fire 24 winners and lost just 13 points on his own serve. Read More

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates 62nd career pole in Australia

Lewis Hamilton celebrates 62nd career pole in Australia

Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix hopes have been dealt another blow with confirmation of a five-place grid penalty for Sunday's season-opening race in Melbourne . With the 2017 Formula One season ready to get under way this weekend in Melbourne , it's time to look back at what made last year's season both spectacular as well as dramatic, up to the very end. Read More

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Joe Hart to captain England against Lithuania

Joe Hart to captain England against Lithuania

With regular skipper Wayne Rooney not called up for the double-header against Germany and Lithuania , Gary Cahill wore the armband for the 1-0 loss to Dortmund. Hart praised Southgate who went with a three-man defence despite losing in Germany, with former Arsenal player Lukas Podolski who scored a stunning 25-yard victor in his final global, and encouraged his side to attack with intent whenever possible. Read More

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SC ends Quinnipiac's tournament run in Sweet 16

SC ends Quinnipiac's tournament run in Sweet 16

However, Quinnipiac actually played SC evenly in the second quarter, going 4-4 from three and only being outscored by three. "South Carolina lived up to their No. SC was focused on the MAAC champion's 3-point shooting, which meant attacking on the perimeter. It scored 20 points off 17 Quinnipiac turnovers, and dominated inside. Read More

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Barcelona given asking price for star man: Liverpool won't be happy

Barcelona given asking price for star man: Liverpool won't be happy

The Algerian global has attracted interest from a number of top clubs recently, but reports say that he has made it his objective to move to Barcelona in the summer. FC Barcelona have reportedly put an African star back on their wish list as they look to strengthen their squad for next season. His £35 million valuation should not be a problem for Liverpool at all and with Klopp saying that Liverpool will be spending in the summer and adding Mahrez to their ranks would be a step in the ... Read More

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NCAA Tournament 2017: Grading UNC and an apology issued to SC

Other than Columbia, South Carolina, where the university is located, the top markets for Gamecock gear since Duke's defeat are Atlanta, New York City, Charleston and Charlotte. In the middle of the country is where the names start getting bigger, and Player of the Year Frank Mason is the headliner of that region. "We couldn't, really couldn't buy a basket". Read More

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Australian Grand Prix statfile

Australian Grand Prix statfile

Lewis Hamilton remains the hot favourite to win another title for Mercedes. "The team is excited to see how we go, (like) everyone else". The 2017 season will see a new generation of cars after the rule change shifted the focus as much on aerodynamics as it is on the power unit. Read More

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Dharamsala Test: Virat Kohli ruled out, Ajinkya Rahane to lead India

Ajinkya Rahane now becomes India's 33rd test skipper. Kohli was apparently told that his shoulder wasn't 100 per cent fit to take the load, and that he couldn't risk aggravating it. Addressing the media, Kohli had said he would not play if he did not pass the fitness test: "I am not different from anyone else". Kohli came into the series having registered a double century in each of the preceding four series but has since struggled with the bat, managing 46 runs in five innings. Read More

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Millions to switch off lights for Earth Hour 2017

In a message on the eve of Earth Hour , he said: "Movement is an attempt at protecting the environment and by small steps like these we aim to create the world with a better environment". Today could be the day to show that people have not forgotten the commitment to secure the life of the next generations and of all living beings. "I think the Earth Hour mantra was to always put people at the centre of the climate change conversation", said Das. Read More

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Wembley plans terror tribute - how will England fans react?

Wembley plans terror tribute - how will England fans react?

Speaking ahead of tomorrow's Group F qualifier at home to Lithuania , the England midfielder was asked if a largely young and untested group of players might peak in the finals in Russian Federation in 2018. This will be the same. Anyone in the supporters club found to be involved in anti-social behaviour faces... Asked whether the likes of Keane, Ward-Prowse and Redmond had sought him out for advice upon their inclusion in the national team setup, Hart said they had not, nor was he the ... Read More

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Redskins sign Brian Quick, adding another big WR

Redskins sign Brian Quick, adding another big WR

Former Rams receiver Brian Quick, who had been expected to leave the team via free agency, agreed to terms on a contract with Washington on Friday. Quick was a second-round pick (No. Get daily prep sports headlines from the Gwinnett Daily Post staff delivered to your email. Only six receivers had a lower rate during that time. Washington also has two other big targets in tight ends Jordan Reed (6-2) and Vernon Davis (6-3). Read More

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Qatar to observe Earth Hour tonight

Among the locations, where Earth Hour is going to have an effect are: the Empire State Building, the Space Needle, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Colosseum in Rome, the Pyramids of Egypt, the Sydney Opera House and the Eiffel Tower. Since then, it has grown to engage more than 7,000 cities and towns across 172 countries worldwide. It's simple: just turn off unnecessary lights and electronics. Read More

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