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WATCH: “How Big is Yours?” Asks Isa Guha On Air

Dec 16, 2021

It’s always fun for viewers when there’s fun taking place in the commentary box while watching your favourite sports. Apart from commentating on the game and the action, there’s an added element of entertainment for the viewers as well. And that’s what’s happening at coverage of 2021/22 Big Bash League at this moment, with a lot of positive comments coming in on social media as well… In particular, let’s take you to one funny moment that took place during a BBL 2021/22 game. W ...read more

Knights shut up shop amid COVID-19 chaos

Dec 16, 2021

The Newcastle Knights have confirmed that they are stopping all football operations until the new year, after a COVID-19 outbreak in the Hunter. After developmental player Chris Vea'ila tested positive to the virus, the Knights initially said in a statement on Wednesday that other players and essential staff would return to training, but have now reversed course. "This was not an easy decision or one we made without a huge amount of discussion, but it was the right call to make," football manag ...read more

Female drivers to start final Extreme E round following rules adjustment

Dec 16, 2021

Read Time:2 Minute, 23 Second For the first four rounds of the inaugural campaign of the all-electric SUV off-road racing competition, it has been the prerogative of the nine teams to decide their starting driver. But for the event at the Bovington tank proving ground in Dorset, UK the line-up has been imposed for each session as a result of a change to Article 21.6 of the sporting regulations. The new rules mandate that the starting driver must alternate between sessions, with the male ...read more

NRL in mourning as popular Raiders guru dies

Dec 16, 2021

Peter Mulholland - one of the best known and most respected talent scouts in modern rugby league - has died. The inaugural coach of Perth's Western Reds, Mulholland took hundreds of promising kids and turned them into fine footballers and fine men. After a playing career in Canterbury's lower grades and with Camden Rams RLFC, Oakdale Workers RLFC, Campbelltown City Kangaroos RLFC and Narellan in the early 1970s, Mulholland turned his hand to coaching at his old alma mater, St Gregory's at Campb ...read more

Guess Partnership With PKL Team, Win ₹500 Cash

Dec 16, 2021

If you are a sports fan, you’d know that one of the most popular sports in India is back with yet another competitive season. We’re talking about the 2021/22 Pro Kabaddi League season and if you want to have a little fun and win some money in the build-up to the season, here’s a free giveaway contest being hosted by MyFab11 (Use code “ READAD46 ” for ₹50 FREE). Read below for all details… They launched a contest on their social media pages where two lucky users can win ₹50 ...read more

How England's gamble helped Marnus thrive

Dec 16, 2021

Former Australian Test skipper Mark Taylor says more must be done to motivate teams to adhere to over rates because fines are not working. England were left scrambling in the last hour on day one of the second Test to ensure they got the new ball under lights, with skipper Joe Root holding down an end just before they ticked over the 80 mark, and the new rock was given to James Anderson and Stuart Broad. Despite rushing through the final few overs of play, England still finished an over short o ...read more

Coach Eric Mangini reveals game plan for Chiefs to avoid an upset vs. Chargers I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Dec 16, 2021

Read Time:23 Second The Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to continue their winning streak heading into Week 15, but Nick Wright has predicted that Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers could be the dark horse in race for the AFC. Luckily, Coach Eric Mangini has a game plan for the Chiefs to avoid an upset Thursday night. Watch as he lays out his 3-part game plan for Kansas City. 2 HOURS AGO・First Things First・3:34 About Post Author sportsgamingwire As an Edito ...read more

Mohammad Rizwan – First in T20 History to 2,000 Runs in a Year

Dec 16, 2021

This year has been an absolute dream come true for Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman, Mohammad Rizwan. Until early last year, not many knew about him and his abilities and all it took was a few good innings and consistency for him to become one of the best players in T20 cricket this year. Mind you, Sarfraz Ahmed was the first-choice keeper until last year. Rizwan was given the opportunity to captain the national side last year and things changed for him since then. His averages sky-rocketed a ...read more

UFC Fight Night Preview: Lewis vs. Daukaus

Dec 16, 2021

Last Updated on 16 Dec 2021 6:23 am (UK Time) On December 18th, Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley will meet in the ring for the second time this year. In August, Paul won their first fight via split decision. Meanwhile the UFC, the organization through which Woodley rose to fame, will hold its final Fight Night of the year. The idea of a social media star transitioning into the world of combat sports is growing on me (I can’t believe I just said that). My reasoning behind this is that Jake Pau ...read more

Verstappen expects Hamilton will return in 2022 to pursue eighth F1 title | 2022 F1 season

Dec 16, 2021

Read Time:2 Minute, 42 Second World champion Max Verstappen expects Lewis Hamilton will return to Formula 1 in 2022 after doubt was cast over the Mercedes driver’s future in the sport. Verstappen secured his first world title last weekend following a controversial season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix where a late safety car restart saw him pass Hamilton on the last lap to win the championship. Hamilton’s Mercedes team had threatened to appeal the result with the FIA’s Internation ...read more

Holyfield Reveals His Plan To Defeat Tyson Before The Historical Battle

Dec 16, 2021

Retired American boxer Evander Holyfield revealed his plan to defeat his historical rival Mike Tyson, before the upcoming fight, which would bring together the two legends of “noble art”, for the third time in their history after being cut off for a long time as a result of retiring several years ago. Evander Holyfield and his opponent Mike Tyson are preparing for the upcoming battle, by going through arduous closed camps, where they are working to regain their physical fitness, to prepar ...read more

Parimatch Introduces Live Dealer Games

Dec 16, 2021

With several years of online gambling experience under its belt, Parimatch has been making big moves all across the world recently. They’ve been improving their tech, making big acquisitions, signing brand ambassadors all across different countries, adding new games to their online casino section, and much more. Today, we’re going to talk about yet another additional feature to their site now. Most online casino platforms have casino and table games, while the bigger platforms also offer ...read more

Warner & Labuschagne 90s See Australia In Control Of Day 1 In Adelaide

Dec 16, 2021

Last Updated on 16 Dec 2021 8:33 pm (UK Time) David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne both got to 95 for Australia as they finished Day 1 of the Adelaide test on top in the 2nd Test of this winter’s Ashes series. Team News Australia make 2 changes to their line-up from last week’s test in Brisbane with Michael Neser and Jhye Richardson coming into the team as new captain Pat Cummins misses out after close contact with someone who’s had Covid with former captain Steve Smith taking over ...read more

Daruvala sets the pace in opening day of F2 post-season test

Dec 16, 2021

Read Time:3 Minute, 19 Second Driving for Prema Racing, this year’s two-time F2 race winner clocked a 1m35.435s effort in the afternoon’s three hour session, which would stand as the fastest time of the day. The time was 0.358s slower than the pole time set by Oscar Piastri in last weekend’s F2 qualifying session albeit Daruvala’s lap was set on medium tyres compared to Piastri on super softs. Teams have been issued with eight sets of mediums tyres to use during the three-day ...read more

FIA ‘maybe too permissive’ of teams criticising officials – Todt | 2021 F1 season

Dec 16, 2021

Read Time:2 Minute, 59 Second Outgoing FIA president Jean Todt suggested the FIA has been too lenient of F1 teams and drivers being publicly critical of race officials. The 2021 Formula 1 season was marred by a series of controversial incidents, prompting heavy criticism of FIA race director Michael Masi and of decisions made by stewards during multiple grands prix. This culminated at the season-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where Mercedes protested the result of the race after Lewi ...read more