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South Africa vs Netherlands Live Score, T20 World Cup 2022: South Africa opt to bowl, David Miller returns

T20 World Cup: How India can miss out on a semifinal berth Indian players walk from the field following the T20 World Cup cricket match between the India and South Africa in Perth, Australia, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022. South Africa defeated India by wickets. (AP Photo/Gary Day) India If Rohit Sharma’s team beats Zimbabwe, they will advance to the semifinals as group-toppers. Even a washout will see them through. But if they lose on Sunday, they will need the Netherlands to beat South Africa, or Bangladesh to defeat Pakistan, but by not too big a margin. Pakistan Beating Bangladesh may not be enough in itself for Babar Azam’s team. They will need either Zimbabwe to beat India, or the Netherlands upsetting the Proteas, or at least sharing points with Temba Bavuma’s side. (READ MORE) !functi...
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South Africa vs Netherlands Live Cricket Score, T20 World Cup Super 12 Group 2: Aiden Markram strikes, Stephan Myburgh departs – The Times of India : 11.4 : Netherlands : 87/1

LIVE NOWTHE TIMES OF INDIA | Nov 06, 2022, 06:27:04 ISTT20 MATCH LIVE UPDATES South Africa vs Netherlands Live Cricket Score: South Africa skipper Temba Bavuma won the toss and chose to bowl against the Netherlands as they look to seal a semi-finals spot. The Proteas will move into the final-four from Group 2 led by India, who play Zimbabwe in the final match of the day, with a victory in Adelaide. A loss will virtually end their campaign. They have made two changes from their previous loss to Pakistan with fit-again David Miller back in place of Tristan Stubbs and Tabraiz Shamsi making way for fellow spinner Keshav Maharaj. The Netherlands have won just one match in the Super 12 but can do Pakistan and Bangladesh -- the two teams play each other in the second match of the day at the ve...
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Weekly Horoscope, 6 November to 12 November 2022: Check predictions for all zodiac signs – Times of India

Read your horoscope predictions to know what the stars have in store for you this week: Aries: In this week, your planets are negative, which might not good for you, you'll feel boring and annoyed. You'd probably face health issues. You'll be possible to be victim of sleeplessness, which could cause you to chesty. Your arrogance will have an impact on your personal life, domestic harmony and social life. You'll also pay your hard-earned money on unworthy stuffs, which might have an effect on your financial health. You are advised to control your short temper nature, Love birds are advised to avoid discussions on pointless topics, otherwise there might have some breaks up. Last few days of the week, you may be busy with family and friends, you'll plan to go for some favorite place. The k...
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Horoscope Today, 6 November 2022: Check astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs – Times of India

The daily horoscope is determined by the position of the moon and sun. A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the whole day before starting your day in the morning? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read the daily predictions given below for each horoscope to find out what is in store for you today in your luck. Aries: Today, you may face health issues, which may make you impatient. You are advised to control your short temper nature. You may spend your hard earned money in buying worthless stuffs, it may affect your savings. Love birds are advised to avoid discussions on worthless topics, otherwise th...
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Before returning to their day jobs, another chance on the big stage for Dutch, Zimbabwean cricketers

For Zimbabwe’s cricketers at the T20 World Cup, the match against India in Melbourne on Sunday is an opportunity to play on the big stage against a star-studded team before they return to cricketing obscurity and their day jobs. The Netherlands, which play South Africa in Adelaide on the same day, have in their ranks contracted cricketers who work as consultants. They are in Australia on leave without pay. The team’s manager had to fly back home midway through the tournament because his office insisted he return to work. The Dutch have been eliminated from the semifinal race, while Zimbabwe’s chances of progressing are minimal even if they defeat India. “Our managers don’t get paid. One of them had to go for work as his office had been calling him. So, we had to call a new manager. We h...
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Last-gasp Haaland penalty earns 10-man Man City dramatic win over Fulham

A stoppage-time penalty from substitute Erling Haaland earned 10-man Manchester City a dramatic 2-1 win over Fulham on Saturday, a victory that sent the champions back to the top of the Premier League. With leading goalscorer Haaland deemed fit enough only for the bench after missing the previous two City games through injury, Argentinean forward Julian Alvarez fired the home side into a 17th-minute lead. The champions thought they had quickly doubled their lead through John Stones but Rodri was offside in the build-up, and Fulham capitalised on that reprieve, going straight down the other end and winning a 26th-minute penalty. FULL-TIME Man City 2-1 Fulham It's that man again… Erling Haaland scores a late, late penalty to secure a dramatic win for the home team#MCIFUL pic.twitter.com/...
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Premier League: Last-gasp Erling Haaland penalty earns 10-man Man City dramatic win over Fulham | Football News – Times of India

MANCHESTER: A stoppage-time penalty from substitute Erling Haaland earned 10-man Manchester City a dramatic 2-1 win over Fulham on Saturday, a victory that sent the champions back to the top of the Premier League. With leading goalscorer Haaland deemed fit enough only for the bench after missing the previous two City games through injury, Argentinean forward Julian Alvarez fired the home side into a 17th-minute lead. The champions thought they had quickly doubled their lead through John Stones but Rodri was offside in the build-up, and Fulham capitalised on that reprieve, going straight down the other end and winning a 26th-minute penalty. City defender Joao Cancelo was given a straight red card for bundling Harry Wilson to the floor, with former Manchester United midfielder Andreas Per...
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T20 World Cup: How India can miss out on a semifinal berth

If Rohit Sharma’s team beats Zimbabwe, they will advance to the semifinals as group-toppers. Even a washout will see them through. But if they lose on Sunday, they will need the Netherlands to beat South Africa, or Bangladesh to defeat Pakistan, but by not too big a margin. Pakistan Beating Bangladesh may not be enough in itself for Babar Azam’s team. They will need either Zimbabwe to beat India, or the Netherlands upsetting the Proteas, or at least sharing points with Temba Bavuma’s side. South Africa A win over the Dutch will see South Africa through. However, anything less than two points will see them crash out as the winners of the Pakistan-Bangladesh game will have three wins to the Proteas’ two. Bangladesh and Zimbabwe Both teams still have a theoretical chance of advancing, but...
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IOA set to have equal male and female representation with voting rights in its General Assembly | More sports News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) will have equal representation of male and female members with voting rights in its General Assembly, a remarkable achievement considering its troubled and faction-ridden recent past, if it approves the draft constitution at its Special General Meeting on November 10. The IOA will also throw open the president's post to any citizen of the country, a radical change from the earlier requirement for a candidate to have served in the executive committee. A similar provision was included in the constitution of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) recently after it was banned briefly by the international parent body FIFA. The elected post of secretary general, which was held by some eminent personalities in the past, will no longer be there ...
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Nothing illegitimate about it, says Ashwin on non-striker’s run-out

The run-out effected by an alert bowler at the non-striker’s end while the batter leaves the crease early is something that R. Ashwin has always believed is a legitimate mode of dismissal. Cricketing rules say as much even if the game’s spirit is invoked arbitrarily by opponents of this pattern of exit. With recent talk about Kane Williamson reportedly not favouring this mode of the batter’s retreat to the pavilion, Ashwin reacted here on Saturday: “I also wouldn’t like to get out like that. I don’t like being nicked off, bowled, run-out any way. “I also wouldn’t like to get run-out at the non-striker’s end because it’s a form of dismissal, and it’s pretty legal. Whether you want to do it or don’t want to do it is absolutely fine. It’s good to know that they won’t do it because ...
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Alcaraz to miss ATP Finals and Davis Cup with abdominal injury

Carlos Alcaraz will miss the ATP Finals and the Davis Cup Finals after picking up an abdominal injury at the Paris Masters, the world number one said on Saturday. Alcaraz retired injured during his quarter-final match against Holger Rune on Friday after he received medical treatment for an abdominal strain. The 19-year-old opted to retire in a bid to be fit for the Nov. 13-20 ATP Finals but the injury has effectively ended his season. He will not recover in time to represent Spain at the Davis Cup Finals from Nov. 25-Dec. 5 either. After my withdrawal yesterday and having been evaluated by my medical team, @drlopezmartinez and @JuanjoMoreno_M, unfortunately this is the result of my injury: an internal oblique muscle tear in the left abdominal wall with an estimated recovery time of six...
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Sarfaraz, Kotian keep their nerve as Mumbai wins Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

The Mumbai bowlers showed discipline and picked up wickets frequently to put Himachal under tremendous pressure. The Mumbai bowlers showed discipline and picked up wickets frequently to put Himachal under tremendous pressure. Sarfaraz Khan’s fine unbeaten 36 and Tanush Kotian’s all-round showing propelled 41-time Ranji Trophy champion Mumbai to its maiden title win in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament at the Eden Gardens here on Saturday.Opting to field, Mumbai restricted Himachal to 143 for eight and overcame some tense moments to achieve the target with three wickets and as many balls to spare in the low-scoring final.The Mumbai bowlers showed discipline and picked up wickets frequently to put Himachal under tremendous pressure.Pacer Mohit Avasthi scalped Ankush Bains and S...
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Better late than never: Sharath Kamal on winning Khel Ratna at 40 | More sports News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: At 40, the prestigious Khel Ratna award came pretty late for Sharath Kamal, but the star table tennis player on Saturday said the recognition was "better late than never", and it will inspire him to give one last shot at Olympic glory. Sharath was on Friday recommended as the only athlete for this year's Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna award, the country's highest sporting honour, for his stupendous performance in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, where he won four medals, including three gold and one silver. "Really proud moment. At this age getting this award, inspiring so many millions across different sports is really wonderful. It's come pretty late in my career but better late than never," Sharath told PTI. "For the amount of sacrifice and the work I have put in, especial...
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Bhagat to face Nitesh for men’s singles gold; Ramadass in first Para Badminton World Championships final | Badminton News – Times of India

TOKYO: Pramod Bhagat and Nitesh Kumar will fight for gold in the men's singles SL3 as Indian shuttlers made it to three finals at the BWF Para Badminton World Championships on Saturday. Other finalists include Manisha Ramadass in women's singles SU5 and Manoj Sarkar, whom Bhagat will be pairing up for the men's doubles SL3-SL4 final. Bhagat defeated Japan's Daisuke Fujiara but only after he was stretched to the limit in the first game by the local star 22-20, 21-14. In the other semifinal, Nitesh got the better of former bronze medallist Sarkar 21-10, 21-13 to reach his first Worlds final in singles event. "It was a good match. I was confident of pulling off the match right from the start. But I was also aware of Manoj Bhaiya's ability; he could make a comeback from any point. It feels ...
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Sarfaraz’s cameo powers Mumbai to maiden Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy title

Domestic giants Mumbai got their hands on the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy, the elusive silverware missing from their bulging cabinet, defeating Himachal Pradesh by three wickets in the summit clash. Mumbai bowlers were right on the money as spinner Tanush Kotain (3/15) and medium pacer Mohit Avasthi (3/21) shared six wickets between them to restrict Himachal Pradesh to 143 for eight. Chasing the modest target, Mumbai had their share of hiccups before Sarfaraz Khan once again showed what he is capable of with a timely unbeaten 36-run cameo off 31 balls to help his side cross the line with three balls to spare. 𝗧𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗪𝗶𝗻𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗙𝗲𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴! 🙌 🙌 Celebrations begin as the @ajinkyarahane88-led Mumbai lift their maiden #SyedMushtaqAliT20 title. 🏆 👏 Scorecard 👉 https://t.co/VajdciaA1p#HPvMUM | #Final...
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NADA bans athletics coach for injecting banned steroid into athlete

The National Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel (ADDP) has imposed a four-year ban and a fine of Rs 50,000 on Mumbai-based athletics coach Mickey Menezes for injecting a prohibited substance into his trainee. Menezes had injected Drostanolone, a banned substance, into Kirti Bhoite, who is serving a two-year ban. Drostanolone is an androgen ester prodrug of drostanolone propionate, formerly used in the treatment of breast cancer in women. The drug is also used non-medically for physique building and performance-enhancement purposes. In 2020, Bhoite tested positive for Drostanolone, which figures in the World Anti-Doping Agency list of prohibited substances. She was awarded a four-year ineligibility period by an ADDP on June 29, 2021. The athlete filed an appeal and, on April 18 this year, an...
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I-League winner to be promoted to ISL next season: AIFF

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Saturday said that the winner of the I-League, which begins on November 12, will play in the Indian Super League (ISL) next season, without paying any fee as per the roadmap finalized three years ago. But the participation of I-League winners of 2022-23 season as well as 2023-24 in the ISL will be subject to fulfilling the club licensing criteria. “We can confirm that the I-League winner of this season will be promoted to the ISL (2023-24 season) subject to fulfilling the Premier one licensing criteria and sporting merit,” AIFF secretary general Shaji Prabhakaran told PTI. “They (I-League winners) will not give any (participation) fee. Since all the clubs playing in the ISL will have to fulfil Premier one licensing criteria, they (I-League w...
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Sarfaraz Khan’s cameo powers Mumbai to maiden Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy title | Cricket News – Times of India

KOLKATA: Domestic giants Mumbai got their hands on the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy, the elusive silverware missing from their bulging cabinet, defeating Himachal Pradesh by three wickets in the summit clash here on Saturday. Mumbai bowlers were right on the money as spinner Tanush Kotain (3/15) and medium pacer Mohit Avasthi (3/21) shared six wickets between them to restrict Himachal Pradesh to 143 for eight. Chasing the modest target, Mumbai had their share of hiccups before Sarfaraz Khan once again showed what he is capable of with a timely unbeaten 36-run cameo off 31 balls to help his side cross the line with three balls to spare. There was no one player that dazzled in the summit clash. Opting to field, Mohit drew the first blood by striking early, getting rid of Himachal wicketkee...
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If people don’t come out of crease, I will use it to my advantage: Ashwin | Cricket News – Times of India

MELBOURNE: Even when running out a batter at non-striker's end was deemed "unfair play" in ICC's manual, Ravichandran Ashwin had stuck to his guns. But, on a lighter note, the off-spinner admitted that even he wouldn't like to get dismissed in that manner. A lot of players have said that they won't come out of crease and Ashwin is confident that he could use it to his advantage. "It's good. I mean, if people are going to come out and say that they won't do it, as a cricketer, I'll use that as an advantage for myself," Ashwin said on the eve of India's T20 World Cup match against Zimbabwe on Sunday. Ashwin, who has multiple times ran batters out for backing up too far at the non-striker's end, also supported women's team player Deepti Sharma when she dismissed the last English batter dur...
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Virat Kohli would have been successful against 1980s Windies pace attack: Kim Hughes

The general standard of Test match batting, though, has "deteriorated in current times", according to the former skipper. The general standard of Test match batting, though, has "deteriorated in current times", according to the former skipper. With his technique and temperament, Virat Kohli would have held his own against the likes of Malcolm Marshall and Michael Holding had he played in the late 1970s and 80s, feels former Australian captain Kim Hughes. The general standard of Test match batting, though, has "deteriorated in current times", according to the former skipper. Hughes, who played 70 Tests and also captained Australia during a critical phase, was considered to be a very stylish batter from the late 70s till mid 80s, before he quickly faded out after a slump in form. "Virat...