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Top Sports News of the day - 13 December 2020


Cricket | Domestic - The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the kick off of much awaited domestic season with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy which will be played from  January 10 to 31 in six different states. BCCI will take a call on Ranji Trophy and the Vijay Hazare Trophy later.


Cricket | India vs Australia A - 3-day pink-ball warm-up match ended in a draw. India 194 and 386/4 (dec) and Australia 108 and 307/4


Cricket | IPL Auction - Player auctions are expected to be scheduled in February 2021


Cricket | Lanka Premier League - Herschelle Gibbs resigned as the head coach of Colombo Kings on Saturday and left for South Africa after his mother, brother and sister tested positive for Covid-19. Colombo Kings played their semi-final match today and lost to Galle Gladiators


Cricket | Big Bash League - Hobart Hurricanes clinched an 11-run win in Hobart against Adelaide Strikers. Hobart Hurricanes jumps to the top of the Big Bash League table with 2 successive wins


Cricket | Big Bash League - Sydney Sixers claimed the biggest ever win in Big Bash history against Melbourne Renegades as they won by 154 runs. Philippe scored 95 and Silk scored 45* which helped Sydney Sixers to post a mammoth target of 206 for Melbourne


Football | Indian Super League - NorthEast United and Chennaiyin played out a goalless draw match. NorthEast are at the second spot on the league table while Chennaiyin is at the eighth spot. Mumbai City tops the league table with 4 wins out of 5 matches


Football | Indian Super League - Bengaluru beat Kerala Blasters 4-2. Bengaluru FC extended their unbeaten run in the ongoing season with 2 wins and 3 draws in 5 matches. They are at the fourth spot in the league table


Formula One | Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Max Verstappen won Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from pole position for Red Bull. Valtteri Bottas finished 2nd followed by world champion Lewis Hamilton 3rd


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