Valentine's Day schedule for cricket fans
Updated - Feb 13, 2016 7:38 pm
Today is 14th February, the day world knows and celebrates as Valentine’s Day but if you are a cricket fan and single, you have more than one reason to keep yourself engaged and not sulk. There are four International matches, the Ranji Trophy semi-final along with Pakistan Super League (PSL) games to watch out for this Valentine’s.
The day starts with New Zealand and Australia fighting each other on the 3rd and probably the most important day of the 1st Test match. Aussies will look to extend their lead while New Zealand would want to bowl them out as soon as possible and restrict it to something manageable.
At around breakfast time the junior teams from India and West Indies will lock horns in the ICC U19 World Cup 2016 final to determine the U19 World champion.
By the time we wrap up the Test and watch one among India or West Indies celebrate their victory, England will take on hosts South Africa in the series decider. The 5-match ODI series is squared 2-all and both the teams have a lot to achieve with the match.
For supper we will have the young Sri Lankan team will take field at Vizag against the home team India who are coming here on the back of a dominant win at Ranchi. Team India would look to continue the winning momentum and grab the series 2-1.
During the day, Mumbai-Madhya Pradesh and Assam-Saurashtra will also challenge each other on the second day of the semi-final contest for a spot in the Ranji Trophy 2015-16 final. Towards the end of it, we have a couple of PSL games as dessert to conclude a super hectic day of cricket and if you really are devoted towards the game and love it as much as you claim, no chance of even thinking about something apart from the game.
So, happy Valentine’s Day cricket lovers!!!