Daily Archives: January 12, 2019

Big sports events today

Here are the big sports events lined up for Sunday (January 13) that comprise Premier Badminton League Final and English Premier League and AFC Asian Cup matches.

Big sports events today

Here are the big sports events lined up for Sunday (January 13) that comprise Premier Badminton League Final and English Premier League and AFC Asian Cup matches.

‘Brave new Canadian:’ Runaway Saudi woman arrives in country

India vs Australia: Agarwal, Shankar to replace Rahul and Pandya

Mayank Agarwal and Vijay Shankar will replace suspended KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya for the remainder of the ODI series against Australia. Pandya and Rahul have been suspended pending an inquiry into their sexist comments on a TV show, ruling them out of the three-match ODI series against Australia.

Khelo India: Delhi and Haryana close on heels of Maharashtra

Delhi’s judokas and swimmers and Haryana’s wrestlers chased Maharashtra hard in the medals race as the battle for overall supremacy gathered momentum in the Khelo India Youth Games on Saturday.

EPL: Salah penalty keeps Liverpool in driving seat

Liverpool went seven points clear at the top of the Premier League and bounced back from two successive defeats in all competitions after a Mohamed Salah penalty gave them a 1-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.

PBL: Mumbai Rockets to face Bengaluru Raptors in final

Mumbai Rockets ended the title defence of Hyderabad Hunters to set up a summit clash against Bengaluru Raptors at the Premier Badminton League Season 4 here on Saturday.

Khelo India: Haryana-Punjab to fight for U-17 boys’ hockey title

Haryana take on Punjab in the boys’ Under-17 Khelo India Youth Games hockey final. In Saturday’s semis, Punjab were fortunate to get past Odisha on the strength of a 6-5 tie-breaker decision after the team were locked 2-2 at full time.

EPL: Rice scores first West Ham goal to defeat Arsenal

Declan Rice’s first West Ham goal secured a 1-0 win over Arsenal in a capital city derby clash at the London Stadium. The victory in Saturday’s early kick-off saw the Hammers move up to eighth in the Premier League table, on 31 points, ahead of the bulk of the weekend’s fixtures.

Murray was indestructible at his peak, says Alex Corretja

Andy Murray’s former coach Alex Corretja said on Saturday that he was indestructible at the height of his career after the Briton announced he would retire this year due to hip problems.