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ONLY four games managed to beat the weather yesterday afternoon with one in each of the Alliance divisions, and a Durham Minor Cup match which was reversed in order to go ahead.
MIRANSHAH -- Pakistan XI beat UK Media XI by 133 runs in a T20 Peace Cup match played at picturesque Younis Khan Cricket Stadium at Miranshah, headquarters of North Wazirsitan Agency here on Thursday.
For his part, Mohammad Bnayyan, the assistant manager of Al-Qadsiya, said results of the Super Cup match would have profound impact on the players' morale, indicating keenness to win the match to lift the team's spirit in preparation for the forthcoming national soccer season.
Paper tickets will be issued for Tuesday's EFL Cup match against Portsmouth - for future cup matches, season ticket holders will be able to load the purchase on to their card.
Moin Khan casino controversy Addressing the controversy surrounding chief selector Moin Khan's visit to a casino ahead of the PakistanWest Indies World Cup match, the PCB chairman said he can only comment on it when he has facts regarding the incident.
I can vividly remember the last World Cup match last played in 2011, which India won by just 29 runs.
Villa handed over PS31,302 for four games against Cardiff City, Manchester United, the derby match with West Brom and a League Cup match against Sheffield United.
WARWICKSHIRE are anticpating a bumer crowd at Rugby School today for their 50-over Royal London Cup match against Kent.
Referee from Uzbekistan Ravshan Irmatov took charge of his ninth World Cup match, breaking the 20-year-old record set by Joel Quiniou of France Four-time Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Referee of the Year winner Ravshan Irmatov set a milestone in the Netherlands v Costa Rica game, becoming the first referee to officiate nine World Cup matches.
DIE-HARD FANS: Football fans watch the World Cup match between Algeria and Germany in the Balad area on Monday night.
The Saudi Gazette reported that Saudi families in the run-up to the holy month of Ramadan that starts next week were preoccupied with balancing their shopping needs with ensuring that they don't miss a World Cup match.
We realise that our customers need the flexibility to be able to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup match of their choice at the time they want to, and so we are providing them with World Cup access in the comfort of their own home," said Fahad Al Hassawi, Chief Commercial Officer, du.