Free Press Journal
  • Ashes 2017-18: England collapse to 302 all out in first innings

    Brisbane: England lost six wickets to collapse to 302 all out as Australia roared back in the firstAshes Test on day two at the Gabba today. The tourists were building their first innings in an 83-run partnership between Dawid Malan and Moeen Ali beforeMalan’s dismissal triggered a clatter of wickets before lunch.

  • Sri Lanka opt to bat in second Test vs India

    Nagpur,  Sri Lanka skipper Dinesh Chandimal won the toss and elected to bat against India in the second cricket Test at the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium here on Friday.

  • Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary: India vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Day 1 at Nagpur

    India, the No 1 ranked Test side will take on Sri Lanka at Jamtha, Nagpur in the second match of the series. The first match saw hosts coming very close to pull off a win against Lankan lions. The match saw visitors dictating the terms for the most part of the match, but India riding on Virat Kohli’s 18th Test hundred and Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s eight wickets in the match came pretty close before bad light

  • Lyon’s roar slows Three Lions

    Brisbane : England’s James Vince was spectacularly run out with a century beckoning on his Ashes debut as Australia hit back to leave the first Test finely balanced after day one.

  • Indian batsmen ready for Lankan challenge

    Nagpur : Denied by the ‘Weather Gods’ in the opening Test, a supremely confident India are set to make some strategic changes to ensure that their dominance of Sri Lanka continues unchallenged in the second match starting here today.

  • Shankar can be back-up all-rounder when we travel abroad, says Kohli

    Nagpur : Hardik Pandya is India’s first- choice seam bowling all-rounder and the team management is looking at young Vijay Shankar as a back-up all-rounder with same skill sets for tough overseas assignments, skipper Virat Kohli said on Thursday.

  • This pitch has much less grass compared to Eden: Chandimal

    Nagpur : Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal is hoping that senior spinner Rangana Herath will be more effective in the second Test against India as the track here has less grass as compared to Eden Gardens.

  • Heritage Motorcycle Expedition concludes

    SHILLONG : The Assam Rifles organised Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Tri-Nation Unity & amp; Heritage Motorcycle Expedition concluded in Shillong on Thursday evening.

  • Sindhu into last eight, Saina out

    Hong Kong : Second seed PV Sindhu sailed into the women’s singles quarterfinals with a comfortable win while compatriot Saina Nehwal crashed out of the Hong Kong Open Superseries here on Thursday.