first_img# RCB win by 10 wickets within just 8.1 Overs!# After 3 Overs, RCB are 36/0! Cracking start by the outfit.# 0.6 Overs: FOUR! Parthiv Patel gets it going..RCB 9/0# Kohli and Parthiv Patel are at the crease to open for RCB# RCB need 89 runs to win.# 15.1 Overs: OUT! Its over for KXIP, all out for just 88 runs.# 13.6 Overs: OUT! Phew! Another wicket, what a night for both the teams.. Mohit Sharma run out (de Villiers/Moeen Ali) 3(5) KXIP 84/9# 12.4 Overs: OUT! Caught behind, Tye goes!  Andrew Tye c Parthiv Patel b U Yadav 0(3) KXIP 80/8# 11.6 Overs: OUT! RCB are taking on everything here. Ashwin run out (Negi/Parthiv Patel) 0(1) KXIP 78/7# 11.5 Overs: OUT! Absolute shambles for KXIP.  Finch c Kohli b Moeen Ali 26(23) KXIP 78/6# 11.1 Overs: SIX! Hammered away by Finch. KXIP 76/5# 8.5 Overs: OUT! Another one goes back.. Mayank Agarwal c Parthiv Patel b de Grandhomme 2(6) KXIP 61/5# 7.6 Overs: SIX! Dispatched over the long off boundary by Finch. KXIP 58/4# 6.5 Overs: OUT! Punjab are crumbling!!! Stoinis b Chahal 2(3) KXIP 50/4# 5.1 Overs: OUT! What is happening here, Virat takes a stunner. Nair c Kohli b Siraj 1(3) KXIP 41/3# 4.6 Overs: OUT! Second of the over…Gayle c Siraj b U Yadav 18(14) KXIP 41/2# 4.5 Overs: FOUR! That went to the boundary line like a rocket. KXIP 41/1# Karun Nair comes in# 4.3 Overs: OUT! OH he has handed it straight to the fielder. Rahul c de Grandhomme b U Yadav 21(15) KXIP 36/1# 4.2 Overs: SIX! Monstrous by Rahul..KXIP 36/0# 3.1 Overs: FOUR! Slammed away by mighty Gayle. KXIP 18/0# After 3 Overs, KXIP are 14/0# Gayle and KL Rahul open for KXIP, Umesh Yadav with the new ball New Delhi: Kings XI Punjab host Royal Challengers Bangalore at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore in the Indian Premier League 2018. For both the teams, it is a must win game as they fight for the play-off spots.KXIP are at a better position than RCB with 12 points in their bag in comparison of 8 points of RCB.Ashwin-led KXIP have had an inconsistent season so far and would like to throw that out of the window when they face Virat Kohli-led RCB on Monday.RCB lost to KXIP by eight wickets in their head-to-head encounter last year at this venue.Highlights: Royal Challengers Bangalore (Playing XI): Parthiv Patel(w), Moeen Ali, Virat Kohli(c), AB de Villiers, Mandeep Singh, Sarfaraz Khan, Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Yuzvendra Chahal # Umesh Yadav, Man of the Match: I am bowling whatever I was thinking and it has been going well till now. Hoping to carry this form forward. (On relying on his pace) I was backing myself to bowl whatever I have, pace with good line and length to cramp the batsman. I feel that if I don’t do that, I’m lacking in confidence. (On his partnership with Southee) We just keep discussing how to use the new ball well because if we can take early wickets, it will ease the pressure off the other bowlers. We also chat a lot about the death overs. # Royal Challengers Bangalore have won the toss and elected to field first Kings XI Punjab (Playing XI): Lokesh Rahul(w), Chris Gayle, Mayank Agarwal, Karun Nair, Aaron Finch, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin(c), Andrew Tye, Barinder Sran, Mohit Sharma # Ravichandran Ashwin: Really disappointing. Wasn’t a professional effort from us. That has been the story for us. It’s been the bowlers who have done it right and got the points for us. The batsmen have struggled more often than not. Anyways we need to chin up and move forward. Need to try and make sure to lift ourselves. It was very simple. We have never got to 20 overs with 3 down or 4 down so far in the tournament. That’s what we wanted to achieve but the wheels came off. We lost by a big margin and our net run rate has come down. # Virat Kohli: (On RCB staying alive) The last one week has been really crazy for us. At one stage, we thought we were down and out. But the way other games have gone, the points table opened up. Couldn’t have asked for a more clinical performance. No negatives to point out today. Perfect game for us. Kings XI thought that we would be intimidated by their openers on this small field but the way our bowlers started, they knew that they couldn’t make any mistakes. Umesh was brilliant, taking those two big wickets in the same over. We kept picking wickets throughout and that was crucial. (On the toss factor) Very important because that’s been the trend at this ground and we knew that they will try extra with their mystery spinner not playing.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Cricket News Ben Stokes, Alex Hales to face disciplinary hearing by ECB committee

first_imgNew Delhi: England all-rounder Ben Stokes is set to face a disciplinary hearing on December 5, after being cleared of affray charges at Bristol Crown Court in August. Reportedly, fellow English batsman Alex Hales will also face the hearing by England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) disciplinary committee for his role in a brawl that took place outside a Bristol club.Ben Stokes and Alex Hales were involved in a brawl with two men outside a Bristol club which left both the person unconscious.ALSO READ: Virat Kohli, James Anderson involved in heated battle of wordsStokes was removed from his role of the vice-captain of England cricket team after a footage of the brawl surfaced and missed the Ashes series.The 27-year-old missed the 2nd Test against India due to his hearing for affray after giving a match-winning performance at the Edgbaston Test.ALSO READ: Murali Vijay signs for Essex in English County Championship Both Stokes and Hales will face a two-day hearing by the ECB disciplinary commission, as per a leading British daily.The duo is expected to face a lengthy suspension from the game for bringing the game into disrepute if the committee finds them guilty.Stokes has represented England in 70 ODIs, 45 Tests, and 22 T20Is. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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first_imgNew Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Jacob Martin is currently in a critical condition post an accident which occurred on December 28 and is currently on ventilator as he suffering several serious injuries to his lungs and liver. As per some reports, the former cricketer’s wife had also written to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for financial aid. The board instantly sanctioned Rs 5 lakh. Even the Baroda Cricket Association also came forward and provided an amount of Rs 3 lakh.Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly also came forward and helped Martin’s family with a bank transfer. He spoke to The Telegraph and said, “Martin and I have been teammates and I remember him as a quiet, introvert-type of person. While praying for Martin’s speedy recovery, I’d like his family to know that they don’t stand alone’’.Now, Hardik Pandya’s brother Krunal Pandya has extended his hand to help Martin’s family and gave a blank cheque and said “Sir, please fill up whatever is needed, but nothing less than Rs 1 lakh,” Krunal told Patel, as quoted by The Telegraph. Sanjay Patel, Former Baroda Cricket Association secretary also extended his hand for help and said, “Once I came to know about the accident I tried to help Jacob’s family in every possible way. I have spoken to few well-wishers — including the Maharaja of Baroda Samarjitsinh Gaekwad who donated Rs 1 lakh — and accumulated around Rs 5 lakh for his treatment’’.Patel said, “Martin’s family was in a dilemma, whether to appeal for help or not. Today, the situation is such that they don’t have to ask, members from the fraternity are asking about the amount to transfer’’.‘’It’s overwhelming that Zaheer Khan, Yusuf and Irfan Pathan, Munaf Patel, Sourav and Ravi, among others, have come forward to extend a helping hand in this time of distress for Martin’s family’’, he added.Jacob Martin has played ten One Day International for India under the captainship of Ganguly and Tendulkar in the year 1999. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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first_imgSeth Rollins eliminated Braun Strowman to win the men’s 30-man Royal Rumble.Becky Lynch lost to Asuka but won the 30-women Royal Rumble challenge.Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar and Daniel Bryan retained their titles. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The 2019 WWE Royal Rumble witnessed plenty of twists, turns and drama but in the end, the crowd of 48000 got their money’s worth at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday as they saw some unexpected results. Seth Rollins won the 30-man Royal Rumble challenge while Becky Lynch won the women’s challenge. The common factor was both wrestlers won it in dramatic circumstances. Brock Lesnar dominated over Finn Balor to retain the Universal championship while Asuka held her own to win against Becky Lynch to retain the Smackdown Women’s championship. Daniel Bryan was helped a disruption from Eric Rowan to pin AJ Styles for the Smackdown title while Ronda Rousey defeated Sasha Banks to continue her reign as Raw Women’s champion.However, if one has to look at the results in a broader spectrum, the women’s division looks settled. Rousey’s win over Banks has set up a potential match of the year in Wrestlemania against Lynch. Both wrestlers had their skirmishes in the Survivor Series in 2018 but Lynch’s nose was broken in a skirmish with Nia Jax and that delayed the contest between the two wrestlers considered to be the benchmark in aggression. Banks capitalised on Rousey injuring her arm and she used the armbar against her but in the end, Rousey’s power proved to be too much. However, the rivalry was not over after the match as Banks used the ‘Four Horsewomen’ gesture which offended her. Brock Lesnar’s contest against Finn Balor was dubbed the classic Goliath vs David match. Balor employed speed and took it to Lesnar initially but the power of the Beast ensured that he retained the RAW Universal Championship. Asuka survived an onslaught from Lynch but the Japanese superstar held on to retain the title.Drama in over-the-top rope challengeThe women’s section saw plenty of drama and it boiled down to Charlotte Flair, Lynch and Jax. Lynch was a late entrant after Lana had injured herself. When Lynch eliminated Jax, the powerful wrestler responded by attacking Lynch and injuring her knee. For a brief moment, it looked like Charlotte would be declared the winner as Lynch struggled with her knee. When the referee was about to raise Charlotte’s hand, Lynch jumped in and said she was ready for the fight. Charlotte attacked the knee of Lynch but the Irish superstar held on and with both wrestler on the edge of the ring, anything could have happened. But, Lynch pounced on a mistake from Charlotte to win the Women’s Royal Rumble.In the men, the drama was similar. Seth Rollins eliminated intercontinental champion Bobby Lashley immediately but Lashley took out his frustration on Rollins, putting him through the announcer’s table and knocking him out cold. Braun Strowman’s entry changed the dynamics and he immediately eliminated Baron Corbin. Dolph Ziggler eliminated Drew McIntyre but there was drama regarding No.30. R-Truth was the original contestant but he was attacked by Jax who was the only female to participate in the men’s section.Although Jax was eliminated, the contest boiled down to Strowman and Rollins. The Monster among Men dominated but in the end, he was undone by some quick thinking from Rollins to be eliminated. It will be interesting to see whether Rollins challenges Lesnar or Daniel Bryan, who had to count on some outside interference from Erick Rowan to win a brutal clash against AJ Styles.It will be interesting to see what could be the storylines for Wrestlemania. For the WWE universe, the ideal match would be Becky Lynch challenging Ronda Rousey in the women’s division while Charlotte Flair has a go at Asuka. Despite losing, WWE could do well to pit Strowman against Lesnar while Rollins has a go at Daniel Bryan after six long years. highlightslast_img read more

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Cricket News WATCH: How Hitman Rohit Sharma lost his cool in captain cool’s backyard

first_imgIndia lost their first game of the five-match ODI series. Usman Khawaja was awarded as the man-of-the-match in Ranchi. The next game will be played in Mohali on March 10.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. The replays soon showed that Cummins was right as HawkEye showed Three Reds and the on-field umpire had to overturn his decision.  Rohit, on the other end, was convinced he had edged the ball and was not even looking at the giant screen as he used the time to take some drink. Perhaps that was the reason he was left dumbstruck when the on-field raised his finger. A livid Rohit then could not stop himself from openly venting his frustration as he headed towards the dressing room full of anger.Rohit, in fact, was looking dramatic even in the dressing room as he expressed his displeasure over the dismissal. The opening batsman once again failed to deliver, scoring just 14. In the previous two ODIs of the series, he had scored 0 and 37.Rohit Sharma will look to get his batting stats right ahead of the forthcoming World Cup and come strong in the next game which will be played at Mohali on March 10.Here’s the video:pic.twitter.com/JRZCwp4KMk— Dhoni Fan (@WastingBalls) March 9, 2019 New Delhi: Rohit Sharma is one of the few Indian players who manages to keep his emotions under control on the field. At times, the Indian vice-captain is also known as MS Dhoni’s best brother when it comes to staying calm on the field. However, the third ODI between India and Australia was one of the rare of an occasion when he lost his cool and expressed outrageously after on-field umpire’s call was overturned by the third umpire. It can be predicted that it was more to do with India’s precarious situation than anything else.The incident occurred in the fifth over when Pat Cummins trapped Rohit in front of the wicket. Rohit was looking plumb but the on-field umpire went against the bowler. However, Cummins was convinced he had his man and he immediately persuaded skipper Aaron Finch to review the decision. highlightslast_img read more

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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi : In the absence of the newly appointed captain, Steve Smith, Ajinkya Rahane will return to reign as Rajasthan Royals eye for the playoffs berth. Ajinkya Rahane was removed as the skipper before the Mumbai Indians game at Sawai Mansingh and since then, Steve Smith has led the side to three victories in five games with one match getting washed out.Rajasthan will now be up against Delhi Capitals in a day game at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. For them to make it to playoffs, they have to upstage Delhi Capitals, and they will have to hope Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab win only one game and that Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Sunrisers Hyderabad. Speaking of the same, Zubin Bharucha, Head of Cricket at Rajasthan Royals said, Jinks has always been a great guiding force for the team. We have requested Ajinkya to take on the captaincy of the team; as a true Royal he has shown great courage and character in graciously accepting the responsibility, which accompanies this role, whilst it would have been easier for him to take a back seat and focus solely on his batting. A true team man and a true Royal, we are extremely fortunate to have characters like him playing this sport and even prouder he is part of the Rajasthan Royals franchise.”He has consistently been part of the leadership team taking key decisions and we have full trust in him taking us to victory tomorrow,” added Bharucha. highlights Rajasthan Royals is currently placed at number five spot. Rajasthan need to win their Delhi Capitals if they need to be in contention for playoffs. Ajinkya Rahane will lead in Steve Smith’s absence. last_img read more

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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Yuvraj Singh has been India’s greatest match-winner during his heydays. He was the key factor in India’s 2007 World T20 title in South Africa while his all-round exploits helped India win the 2011 World Cup at home. His knocks in ODIs and T20Is have made him one of the most accomplished limited-overs players that India have been blessed with. In 2017, he had made a good comeback in the series against England as he smashed a century but poor form and fitness in the coming seasons, combined with the rotation policy of skipper Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri saw Yuvraj out of the team.The left-hander, who became the first player to smash six sixes in one over in Twenty20 Internationals, attempted a comeback with performances in the domestic circuit for Punjab but he could not make amends. A poor IPL 2019, where he scored one fifty for Mumbai Indians, meant his chances of a comeback dimmed and when his name was omitted from the 15-man squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the feeling was that Yuvraj’s aim to come back in the Indian team was over. According to reports, with Yuvraj now feeling his India days are over, the left-hander is considering retiring from all formats and is seeking permission from the BCCI to pursue a career as a freelance Twenty20 player in leagues like the Caribbean Premier League, Big Bash League and other leagues approved by the ICC.Speaking to PTI, a source said, “Yuvraj is thinking of calling it quits from international and first-class cricket. He would like to speak to the BCCI and get more clarity on plying his trade in tournaments like GT20 (Canada), Euro T20 Slam in Ireland and Holland as he has offered.”Currently, no Indian is allowed by the BCCI to feature in foreign Twenty20 leagues. Recently, Irfan Pathan was included in the draft for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) but his name was withdrawn later. Speaking about why Irfan had to withdraw his name, a senior BCCI official said, “Irfan was told to withdraw his name from the draft. As far as Yuvraj is concerned, we need to check the rules. Even if he retires from first-class cricket, he will still be an active T20 player registered under BCCI. The rule needs to be checked.” Yuvraj Singh last played for India in 2017 in the series in West Indies.Yuvraj Singh did not play many games for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2019.No Indian player is currently allowed by the BCCI to play in foreign Twenty20 leagues. highlightslast_img read more

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ICC World Cup Sachin Tendulkar makes BIG statement on Indian team

first_imghighlights “It’s become one sided with introduction of two new balls and flat pitches have made lives of bowlers much more difficult. One team is scoring 350 and the other is chasing down inside 45 overs,” Tendulkar said in reference to the recent England versus Pakistan series where bowlers had a nightmarish time.What Tendulkar finds even more disappointing is that reverse swing had been taken out of equation with two new balls.”The ball is staying hard. I mean when was the last time you saw reverse swing in ODIs?” questioned the iconic batsman.”When we played and there was one new ball, it would start reversing from 28th or 30th over. Some teams could get it to reverse even earlier. At the death, the ball would go soft, even get discoloured. These were challenges that batsmen faced. But now the ball remains hard and the bats are getting better,” lamented Tendulkar, who played six World Cups.Quality of the balls (white kookaburra in question) has also become a factor, felt Tendulkar, who sees no lateral movement on flat tracks to challenge the batsmen.What’s the solution then? He responded: “I think some thought needs to go into this. Either prepare helpful tracks if you have two new balls so that there is some help upfront. Or else go back to the old one new ball system which aids reverse swing. Whatever but do something for the bowlers.”According to him, wrist spinners are the one breed of bowlers who will do well, and India have two in Kuldeep and Chahal.The Australians read the duo quite well during the home series in India but the maestro said that it won’t matter much in England.”Let’s understand this. There are a number of bowlers who have been read well by batters but yet they end up getting a lot of wickets. So Kuldeep and Chahal shouldn’t be too worried about Australia series,” he said.”Agreed the Aussies read them well but does that mean they wouldn’t be committing mistakes or can’t be forced to commit mistakes.”For Tendulkar, the perfect example was Muttiah Muralitharan.”Murali basically bowled two deliveries — traditional off-breaks and doosra. It’s not that batsmen never read Murali but he still ended up getting wickets,” the 46-year-old said.”There is a thing called error in judgement and that can happen with best of batsmen. You may think ball would turn four inches but there is eight-inch turn. The distance between middling the ball and edging it is a mere deviation of less than two inches. Even when you know that an outswinger had been bowled, you still edge it,” he said.What Tendulkar liked about the composition of the World Cup-bound India team is the blend of youth and experience.”There is a good balance in the side. We have a number of guys with 8-10 years of experience and at the same time we have talented youngsters like Kuldeep, Rahul, Chahal, Hardik (Pandya) and Jasprit (Bumrah) with a couple of years of international cricket. So it’s a perfect blend with all the makings of a wonderful team. I rate our chances very high,” concluded Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar rates Virat as India’s best player. Virat Kohli will play his third 50-over World Cup. India will play its first league game against South Africa.  New Delhi: Stacking up staggering numbers with monotonic regularity may have become a day job for Virat Kohli, but he can in “no way” win a World Cup without support from his teammates, feels Sachin Tendulkar. In an exclusive interview with the PTI, Tendulkar spoke about a range of topics including Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal’s role, the contentious No. 4 slot and how flat pitches in England is taking bowlers out of the equation.”I think you will always have a couple of individuals stepping up every game but without team support, you can’t do much. Just because of one individual, you can’t win a tournament. No way. Unless, others chip in at every crucial stage. If that doesn’t happen, there will be disappointment,” Tendulkar said when asked if Kohli will carry the same burden like he did, specifically during the 1996, 1999 and 2003 editions.Tendulkar is hardly worried that India doesn’t have a settled No. 4, saying the slot can be kept flexible as per requirement and match situation.”I think we have batsmen, who can do the job. Number four is just a number and it can be adjusted. I particularly don’t see No 4 as a problem. Our boys have played enough cricket to know their roles whether it is No 4, 6 or 8. Situational awareness is the key,” the world’s highest run-getter in Tests and ODIs said.However, Tendulkar is not entirely happy with how the balance of ODIs is skewed towards batsmen, taking bowlers out of equation in white ball cricket with every passing day. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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first_imgNew Delhi: Shafali Verma’s second consecutive century, backed up Deepti Sharma’s magnificent haul of 4/10 helped India women’s team continue their winning momentum in the series against West Indies as they won the second Twenty20 International by 10 wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match series. It was a clinical performance yet again from the Indian cricket team and it was Deepti who led the way by running through the middle order. However, it was Shafali who showed her mettle as West Indies wilted under the onslaught.West Indies chose to bat and once again, the top order failed to get going as Stacy Ann-King and Shemaine Campbelle fell in quick succession to Shikha Pandey and Radha Yadav. Hayley Matthews and Chedean Nation looked to revive the innings with a solid stand but once Matthews fell to Pooja Vastrakar, West Indies struggled. Nation and Natasha McLean looked to get West Indies over 100 but it was Deepti’s turn to boost India. She got the wickets of Nation and McLean in the 17th over and immediately, she responsed with the wickets of Chinelle Henry and Sheneta Grimmond. Her exhibition of bowling in the death overs ensured West Indies had no momentum and her 4/10 restricted them to 103/7.Shafali and Smriti Mandhana started aggressively, with the 15-year-old, who broke a 30-year record set by Sachin Tendulkar to become the youngest Indian to score an international fifty, took the early initiative by taking the attack to the West Indies bowlers. Shafali dealt mainly in boundaries and she notched up her fifty with a six off Hayley Matthews to notch ip her landmark of just 26 balls. This was the third-fastest fifty by an Indian player in Twenty20 Internationals after her opening partner Smriti Mandhana hit a 24-ball and 25-ball fifty against New Zealand and England respectively.Also Read | This Woman Cricketer Breaks Tendulkar’s 30-Year-Old World RecordShafali blasted 10 fours and two sixes while Mandhana hit four boundaries, including the winning boundary as India wrapped up the match in just the 11th over. This was the second time that India had registered a 10-wicket win in Women’s Twenty20 Internationals, having achieved this feat for the first time during the 2016 clash against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The action now shifts to the final three games which will be played in Providence, Guyana and India will be gunning to seal the series. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Alabama St. looks to end streak vs Jackson St.

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditWhatsappJackson State (12-17, 9-7) vs. Alabama State (8-21, 7-9)Dunn-Oliver Acadome, Montgomery, Alabama; Thursday, 8:30 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Jackson State looks to extend Alabama State’s conference losing streak to five games. Alabama State’s last SWAC win came against the Alabama A&M Bulldogs 61-58 on Feb. 15. Jackson State blew out Arkansas-Pine Bluff by 20 at home in its last outing. Associated Press TEAM LEADERS: Tobi Ewuosho has averaged 12.8 points and six rebounds to lead the charge for the Hornets. Leon Daniels has paired with Ewuosho and is producing 9.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The Tigers have been led by Tristan Jarrett, who is averaging 17.4 points.TERRIFIC TRISTAN: Jarrett has connected on 27.8 percent of the 169 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 7 of 22 over the last five games. He’s also made 70.8 percent of his foul shots this season.SLIPPING AT 73: Jackson State is 0-12 when it allows at least 73 points and 12-5 when it holds opponents to less than 73.STREAK STATS: Jackson State has lost its last three road games, scoring 65.3 points, while allowing 70 per game.DID YOU KNOW: The Jackson State defense has forced opponents into turnovers on an impressive 23.3 percent of all possessions, which ranks the Tigers 24th among Division I teams. Alabama State has turned the ball over on 22.5 percent of its possessions (ranking the Hornets 338th, nationally).___ Alabama St. looks to end streak vs Jackson St.center_img For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 March 4, 2020last_img read more

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