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newssports2 months ago

ENG vs PAK | Jos Buttler set to return to England side for 2nd T20I

Paul Collingwood has confirmed that wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler will return to England's team in the second T20I against Pakistan in Leeds on Sunday after recovering from a calf injury. Collingwood also backed out-of-form England captain Eoin Morgan, who is having a tough time with the bat.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports6 months ago

Satire Saturday | IPL-bound Indian players pondering taking loans following BCCI’s over rate rule-change

SportsCafe understands that local players set to partake in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) are in talks with several banks, regarding taking potential loans, following the BCCI’s revision of over-rate punishments. Players could now be fined up to a staggering INR 12 lakhs.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports6 months ago

Overreaction Monday | India vs England edition ft. KL Rahul, Jos Buttler, and Shreyas Iyer

Back on the desk after a weekend of full-on partying, so beating the Monday Blues is taking some time. As suggested by the physician, the best way to triumph over the mind is to smash the Overreactions from the week gone by and warm myself up for a more productive day afterward.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports6 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. IPL schedule confusion, FC Goa's guilty pleasure and Michael Vaughan's post

The Indian cricket team has already sealed the four matches against England, the Indian Super League play-offs are underway, while the schedule of the 2021 IPL has been announced. With so many developments in the past week, the overreactions have poured in from all corners - have a look.
sounak mullick
featuresports9 months ago

SportsCafe’s best match of the year

2020 was really a strange year for all of us - a year that gave us some of the toughest moments in life yet told us to stand up and walk again. Sport, in the process, forced its way back and became the light of hope to carry on, making us forget the bigger problems in place.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports10 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Enthralling England script the highest chase in T20 World Cup history

Welcome to the weekly series where we unveil you a moment, a game in history that has changed the way cricket has been seen and played in our segment ‘Throwback Thursday.' This time we relive the group stage game of the 2016 World T20, where England created history by thumping the Proteas. 
Harshit Anand
featuresports10 months ago

Satire Saturday | Morgan-McCullum have revolutionised the Indian Premier League

Before you step up and criticise your own team, yes you, KKR fans, because no one really cares about Brendon McCullum as a coach other than you, the duo of Eoin Morgan and McCullum has really revolutionized the Indian Premier League. Wondering how? Read the headline once again!
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresportsa year ago

Overreaction Monday ft Glenn ‘limited opportunity’ Maxwell, Dinesh ‘inconsistent’ Karthik and Sanjay Manjrekar on T20

The cash-rich league has been at its thrilling best providing full entertainment to the viewers, who are witnessing close games, which are a trademark of IPL. But intense matches mean that lots of people have opinions on players and matches - this is where we come in with Overreaction Monday.
Deepak Yadav
featuresportsa year ago

Overreaction Monday | Cottrell the Cooper, Dinesh Karthik’s ego and KP’s massive fall from grace

Ah. That time of the week again where we get to search the Internet and find tons of overreactions that are not only ludicrous and downright hilarious but sometimes disrespectful too. The IPL has been a great feeder to this column as we take those opinions and the break them down.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa year ago

Truthful Tuesday | Stop calling Eoin Morgan’s England ‘flat-track bullies’ now!

In this week’s edition of Truthful Tuesday, we have a new take on English cricket, the one the fans have been hurling abuses on the internet for being flat-track bullies. However, those are the delusional fans, Eoin Morgan’s England are a perfect example of doing it all to win the World Cup.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam