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West Indies struggled to 204 for nine after a promising opening stand of 45 in 5.3 overs between Chris Gayle (37) and Evin Lewis (11).
The low pressure is expected to pass by Wednesday but the local Met director said that there was still chance of a downpour on the match day.
Australia 137-9 (21 overs): Zampa 5(4) Faulkner 32(25); Bumrah 4-0-20-1, Bhuvneshwar 4-0-25-1
The early pressure on the home side was predictable as they were facing a better directed pace attack from the Aussies.
Sri Lanka look to end their agonising wait for elusive win in series against India.
Liu remained on Zhu’s heels and levelled the match 2-2 with well-placed returns.
In a wide-ranging interview with Vogue touching on motherhood, body image and race, Williams said she had set herself a goal of playing Melbourne.
Rohan Bopanna, Raja lose doubles to hand advantage to Canada.
“I’m in good form. I’ve been in a position a lot of times this year to contend for big titles,” Venus said.
Arsenal crush Cologne; Everton off to losing start.
Cristiano Ronaldo took his Champions League tally to 107 goals on his return as Real Madrid beat APOEL 3-0.
Atletico de Kolkata also signed 2 Indian players in the form of Darren Caldeira and Nallappan Mohanraj.
Etienne Capoue put Watford ahead from Will Hughes’ 47th-minute cross, only for Freddy Hinds to equalise from 30 yards 12 minutes later.
Praful Patel stressed on the 'legacy' of the 2 clubs, stating that they will be given a second chance to make an entry to ISL.
Central Secretariat routed Western Command TA 11-2 with Shailendra S. Bundela leading the way with four goals, all from penalty corners.
Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth also made positive starts, notching up contrasting wins in their matches.
The announcement of his appointment was made by newly appointed Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore.
Top seed in both categories, Arjun Somani also remained in line for a double by advancing to the boys under-11 and under-13 finals.