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India v England T20 games to go behind closed doors due to COVID-19

India v England T20 games to go behind closed…

LONDON: The three remaining Twenty20 matches between India and England in Ahmedabad will be held behind closed doors due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in Gujarat, the state's cricket association (GCA) said on Monday (Mar 15). A sizeable crowd attended the world's biggest cricket stadium for the first two matches of the series, with most fans in the stands not wearing masks. The series is tied at 1-1 and the final three games of the five-match series will be played on Tuesday,
India v England: Jofra Archer & Jason Roy star in first T20 win

India v England: Jofra Archer & Jason Roy star…

A magnificent bowling performance set England on the way to a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over India in the first Twenty20 in Ahmedabad. Jofra Archer's 3-23 spearheaded a relentless showing from the pace bowlers, while leg-spinner Adil Rashid opened the bowling and dismissed home captain Virat Kohli for a duck. Only Shreyas Iyer, with 67 from 48 balls, got to grips with the England attack and the two-paced pitche as India struggled to 124-7. England sauntered in the chase, Jason Roy crashing 49 from
Rishabh Pant

India v England: ‘Rishabh Pant will be one of…

India's Rishabh Pant is going to be one of the greatest wicketkeeper-batsmen there has ever been if he carries on at this level. The 23-year-old hit what certainly feels like a series-winning century on day two of the final Test in Ahmedabad, helping India, who lead 2-1, close 89 runs ahead of England, with three first-innings wicket left. He is an incredibly fearless young player who doesn't seem to worry at all about the situation - India were 146-6 in reply to England's
Zak Crawley

India v England: Zak Crawley says winning final Test…

Victory over India in the final Test would cap an "unbelievable" winter for England, says opener Zak Crawley. England trail 2-1 heading into the fourth Test in Ahmedabad - which starts on Thursday - having beaten Sri Lanka 2-0 in January. India thrashed England by 10 wickets inside two days in a low-scoring third Test last week. "There's definitely a way back. We're only one game down," said 23-year-old Crawley. "We still have loads of confidence in our ability. "It's an unbelievable winter