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Recent Sports News
WELLINGTON - New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson was confirmed in his team's playing side for their series-deciding third and final test against West Indies in Hamilton starting on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG - India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to bat in the opening test of a two-match series against South Africa at The Wanderers on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE - Group-hugs and beery celebrations for the retrieval of the Ashes were splashed all over Australian newspapers on Wednesday, as the nation hailed a cricket team that only weeks before was regarded largely with derision.
NEW DELHI - A teary-eyed Sachin Tendulkar ended his cricketing journey in glorious Mumbai sunshine and as the sport bade farewell to its favourite son, the dark side of the "gentleman's game" was once again exposed.
WELLINGTON - West Indies must capture the wicket of key batsman Ross Taylor early if they are to prevent New Zealand from clinching the test series when the third and final match begins at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Thursday, according to coach Ottis Gibson.
World number one Magnus Carlsen toppled local favourite Viswanathan Anand in Chennai to add the world championship title to his already impressive resume on Friday.