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NEW YORK: Oil prices rose more than 2% on Wednesday, boosted by a huge drop in U.S. fuel inventories and expectations that OPEC+ producers might decide against increasing output when they meet this week.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - England captain Joe Root has demanded fearless cricket from his team in the final test against India, saying they should not be scared of the surface in what is expected to be another spin-dominated contest in Ahmedabad from Thursday.
(Reuters) - India wrapped up an extraordinary 10-wicket victory against England inside two days as both sides' spinners caused mayhem on a treacherous wicket in the day-night third test in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
(Reuters) - India's Axar Patel claimed an 11-wicket match haul as they beat England by 10 wickets inside two days in the day-night third test on Thursday, dashing the tourists' hopes of making the final of the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) in June.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - England must register their first win in a pink-ball test abroad if they are to keep their hopes alive of qualifying for this year's World Test Championship final when they face-off against India at the world's largest cricket stadium from Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Rishabh Pant unleashed a batting maelstrom to blast India to an incredible three-wicket win in the fourth test decider on Tuesday as Ajinkya Rahane's injury-ravaged tourists humbled Australia with a 2-1 series triumph.
BEIJING (Xinhua): The mercury dipped to minus 19.6 degrees Celsius at a meteorological station in the south of Beijing on Thursday (Jan 7) morning as a strong cold wave swept the city, marking the coldest morning in the Chinese capital since 1966.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A depleted Indian attack shrugged off an injury to paceman Umesh Yadav to rout Australia's batsmen and give themselves a platform for a series-levelling victory on day three of the second test on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane stepped out of Virat Kohli's shadow with an inspiring century on Sunday as India's batsmen banished their horror 36 in Adelaide to take control of the second test against a profligate Australia on day two.