India-Pakistan play resumes, match reduced to 48-over a side

first_imgRELATED cricket Rain plays spoilsport again at Edgbaston COMMENT June 04, 2017 Published oncenter_img SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE Play resumed in the India- Pakistan match after rain interrupted the high-profile ICC Champions Trophy encounter for the second time here today.The match was reduced to 48 overs a side. Three bowlers can bowl 10 overs each, while two can bowl nine each.Sent into bat, India were 173 for one in 33.1 overs when the heavens opened up at the Edgbaston.Opener Rohit Sharma was batting on 77, while skipper Virat Kohli was giving him company on 24.Shikhar Dhawan was the only batsmen to be dismissed, after having scored 68 off 65 balls.Earlier in the innings, play was stopped for 50 minutes due to rain. COMMENTSlast_img

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories “Lovie Smith is targeting two places I’m told with strong defensive personnel,” NFL.com’s Ian Rappaport said on NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access” Monday night. “One is Buffalo, I think that’d be an option, and Lovie Smith is also very interested in the Arizona Cardinals. “Another team with a fierce defensive personality, and of course, more quarterback questions.”Smith was let go by the Bears after the team posted a 10-6 record this season. They missed the playoffs after starting the season, which likely prompted the move. Smith spent nine seasons in the Windy City, posting an 81-63 mark. The Bears won the NFC North three times and represented the NFC in Super Bowl XLI. Most of the talk around the Arizona Cardinals search for a head coach has revolved around just a few names. Andy Reid, Ray Horton and Mike McCoy either have or are scheduled to interview with the team, and Bill O’Brien has also been rumored to be a candidate. One name that has not been brought up is that of former Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith, though apparently not due to a lack of interest from the coach himself. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retirescenter_img 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more