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Pakistan win by nine wickets, whitewash Sri Lanka 5-0
Oct 23, 2017 19:53 IST
AP
what happened: Pakistan won the final ODI in Sharjah by nine wickets to whitewash Sri Lanka 5-0.
what it means: Sri Lanka's loss extended their wretched run in ODIs in 2017 in which they have lost 12 consecutive matches. This was the third time they were whitewashed 5-0 in ODIs in 2017.
what next: Sri Lanka will be looking to bounce back in the Twenty20 series against Pakistan on October 26.
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Murali Vijay returns to India squad for Sri Lanka Tests
Oct 23, 2017 12:19 IST
PTI
what happened: Murali Vijay has replaced Abhinav Mukund in India's squad for the first two Tests vs Sri Lanka.
what it means: Murali Vijay last played a Test in March, having missed the 2017 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the three Tests in Sri Lanka due to a wrist injury.
what next: India's home Test series against Sri Lanka starts from November 16.
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Shreyas Iyer, Mohammed Siraj in India squad for NZ T20s
Oct 23, 2017 12:05 IST
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what happened: Shreyas Iyer and Mohammed Siraj have been included in India's squad for the T20s vs New Zealand.
what it means: While Iyer has been performing consistently for the ‘A’ team, Siraj rose to the occasion during the IPL 2017. Ashish Nehra has been picked only for the 1st T20, which is slated to be his last match.
what next: India will play a three-match T20 series against New Zealand, starting November 1.
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Lewis Hamilton wins US GP, on verge of 4th Formula One title
Oct 23, 2017 08:20 IST
AFP
what happened: Hamilton moved a step closer to a 4th F1 title following a win at the United States Grand Prix.
what it means: Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton now has a 66-point lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel with just three races left. Hamilton's colleague Valtteri Bottas, meanwhile, was fifth.
what next: If Hamilton wins, or finishes anywhere in top 5, in Mexico City next weekend, he'll be champion.
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