Jofra Archer has been forced out of ODI series due a niggling elbow injury. Reuters
More than 1,200 cricketers from India and 18 countries across the world have registered to go under the hammer in Bangalore on Feb.12 and 13 for the 15th edition of the world's most lucrative cricket tournament.
Du Plessis top-scored with 44 to guide RCB to 126-9, a total their bowlers defended by bowling out LSG for 108 on a tough batting pitch. The win has taken Bangalore to ten points and fifth place.
Chasing 183 for victory, Lucknow looked in trouble at 54-2 in 8.2 overs but Mankad’s 64 and a series of key partnerships including an unbeaten 58-run stand with left-handed Pooran guided the team to victory with four balls to spare
The seventh-ranked Jabeur, a three-time Grand Slam finalist, saved her best performance of the tournament for the final and raced to victory in 78 minutes.
Chasing 346 for victory, New Zealand lost an early wicket before Ravindra (97) and Williamson (54) put on 137 to put their team on course and they achieved the target with 6.2 overs to spare in Hyderabad.
French Sports Minister Amelie Oudea-Castera said on Sunday French athletes would be barred from wearing a hijab during the Paris Games to respect principles of secularism.