After the decider in the T20I series was played in Bristol on Sunday, England and India will now lock horns in three One Day Internationals, ahead of the five Tests. The first two ODIs will be played this week – at Nottingham on Thursday and London on Saturday. Nottingham is the venue where England have amassed the two highest scores in ODI history, and it would be interesting to see how the clash between these two strong batting line-ups pans out.
It seems like the 2018 FIFA World Cup just started, but here we are, in the final week of the tournament. The semi-finals will be played on Tuesday and Wednesday, before the third place play-off on Saturday that none of these four teams would want to be a part of at the moment.
The grand final, to be hosted at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, will be played on Sunday to decide the winner. We can say one thing for certain though – that the winner is from Europe.
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