Very few expect Liverpool to defeat Manchester United at Old Trafford and rightly so, especially with the string of performances put up by Liverpool during the season. Experts claim Manchester United to be favourites to win the fixture, though it would be unwise to count the chickens before they hatch.
Sehwag's flying start, Gambhir's flashing blade, Yuvraj's six hitting skills, Harbhajan's doosra and Zaheer's yorkers would be missing in the upcoming ICC 2015 world cup in Australia and New Zealand. These players have been excluded from the list of 30 Indian probables for the world cup.
''He, for me is Liverpool'' were the famous words of Thierry Henry, when asked about Steven Gerrard. It pretty much sums up Gerrard's successful and loyal association with Liverpool Football Club. No one would argue against it, as the Englishman has served Liverpool for the past 16 years and counting.
Srikanth Kidambi became an overnight sensation after he stunned Lin Dan in the finals of the China Open Super Series Premier. The Indian youngster put up an emphatic performance against the world number one defeating him in straight sets, 21-19 and 21-17. It was a golden day for Indian badminton as Saina Nehwal won the ladies singles, defeating Japan's Akane Yamaguchi 21-12 and 22-20 in the same competition.