England’s Ollie Pope bats during the first day of the third Test match against West Indies at Old Trafford in Manchester on Friday. Associated Press
Stuart Broad starred with both bat and ball before Jofra Archer marked his return to international duty with a wicket on the second day of the deciding third Test against the West Indies at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Both teams had already announced they would be wearing Black Lives Matter logos on their shirts during the three-match series.
The West Indies won the first international cricket match since the sport’s return after the coronavirus outbreak, beating England late in Day 5 of a thrilling first Test at an empty Rose Bowl on Sunday.
The 38-year-old Turkish-born boxer turned professional in 2017 and rose to fame after winning the WBFed International title in 2021, local media reported.
India's Supreme Court gave its latest ruling after the victim's family appealed a 2018 verdict that saw the 58-year-old former Test opener walk away with a Rs1,000 ($13) fine. The top court enhanced the sentence to Sidhu to one year.
France's Stephanie Frappart, Salima Mukansanga from Rwanda and Japan's Yoshimi Yamashita are among the 36 match referees. Brazil's Neuza Back, Mexico's Karen Diaz Medina and US Kathryn Nesbitt have been included in the 69 assistant referees.