Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
Southampton's toughest test yet

The results of Southampton's next three games could show whether it has the ability to hang around for the long haul.

IPTL: Indian Aces thrash Singapore Slammers
IPTL: Indian Aces thrash Singapore Slammers

Indian Aces begin IPTL on a winning note, thrash Singapore Slammers 26-16 in opener on Friday.

ISL: Mumbai wither in Delhi winter, lose 4-1

Delhi's gameplan of going on the offensive from the start put Mumbai's defence under immense pressure.

Gabba ‘million miles away’

Amid uncertainty over first Test, BCCI says it will support whatever decision Cricket Australia takes.

Brisbane Test all set to be rescheduled; David Warner, Shane Watson not ready

The first Test may now be squeezed between the second Test (Dec 12-16) and third Test (Dec 26-30).

Brendon McCullum ton takes New Zealand to 249/1 on Day 2

McCullum smashed a 78-ball ton as NZ reached 249/1 at close, replying to Pakistan's 1st-innings total 351.

63 Not Out

Picture of the day

63 Not Out

Michael Clarke, Phillip Hughes' sister Megan comfort Sean Abbott

Sean Abbott unleashed the delivery which felled the Australian cricket star three days ago.

Bangladesh down Zimbabwe to take 4-0 lead

Bangladesh bowlers put up a disciplined performance to restrict Zimbabwe to 235-8.

Delhi Dynamos thrash Mumbai City FC, move up to fifth spot
Indian Super League

With back-to-back wins, Delhi keep themselves in contention for a semis berth with 13 points from 11 matches.

Phillip Hughes to be honoured with state memorial service at Sydney Cricket Ground

State memorials are normally reserved for political figures but Hughes would also be afforded the honour.

Defending champion P V Sindhu reaches Macau Open semi-finals

Sindhu prevailed over the fifth seeded Chinese 21-17 19-21 21-16 in a match that lasted over an hour.

We have been unlucky with injuries: Wenger
English Premier League

Captain Mikel Arteta and striker Yaya Sanogo are the latest names on a growing injury list.

It's never an easy situation but the game will go on: Mark Taylor

Taylor feels it will be difficult for the players to deal with the massive loss but cricket is probably the best medicine.

Phillip Hughes: From banana farms to Sydney Cricket Ground

As the world mourns the tragic death of the left-hander, we take a look at Hughes - the man underneath cap no. 408.

#PutOutYourBats: Google, Twitter pay rich tribute to Phillip Hughes

Fans, Cricketers across the world shared their tribute through social media with #PutOutYourBats on Twitter.

How the media mourned Phillip Hughes' death

The front pages of all the national dailies paid rich tribute to the young batsman.

Fast bowlers bat for Sean Abbott and short ball

Though Abbott’s best years may lie ahead, he will inevitably be remembered as the one whose delivery killed Hughes.

Chelsea wary of Sunderland challenge
English Premier League

Sunderland will have the opportunity to end in-form Chelsea's run of 19 undefeated matches.

Wawrinka will be back to defend his Chennai Open title

India's Somdev Devvarman and Ramkumar Ramanathan also figure in the main draw of the Chennai-based tournament.

The gentlemen who were on the wrong side of cricket injuries

Cricket may not be the most dangerous sport around, but it too has had its fair share of fatal on-field mishaps.

Express LOL: India's Suresh Raina turns 28

Here's our humorous take on Suresh Raina and the gifts he would be expecting on his 27th birthday.

Faroe Islands leapfrog 82 places to No. 105 in FIFA rankings after beating Greece

Last-place San Marino climbed 28 to No. 180 after a 0-0 draw against Estonia ending a 61-match losing run.