This Week In Sports (18-24 March 2017)


  • Quinton de Kock’s finger injury could rule him out of the IPL Twenty20  tournament.
  • Shreyas Iyer willl be covering for Virat Kohli, who has a shoulder injury.
  • It was decided that Scotland will be playing 2 ODI matches against Zimbabwe in June.
  • Tim Southee (NZ) was ruled out of the 3rd test against RSA due to a hamstring injury


  • The chair of England’s FA condemned ‘disrespectful’ fans who were singing songs about WW 1 and 2 when they were travelling in Germany.
  • Maritzburg United’s coach, Roger De Sa,  left with immediate effect, citing family commitments as a reason for leaving.
  • The UEFA director rejected the idea of the European Super League as it is for an elite.
  • Man United will be touring  USA during pre-season. However, the dates have not been announced.
  • Chelsea manages to stay at the top of the PL log, and is leading by 10 points.


  • Former Scotland wing, Sean Larmont, is going to retire officially at the end of the season.
  • The captain of Wales, Alun Jones,  is going to be out for 6 weeks after suffering a shoulder injury in Paris.


  • Vince McMahon was involved in a car accident.
  • The Usos captured the SmackDown LIVE tag team championship.
  • Mick Foley got fired as Raw General Manager.
  • Natalya is going to induct Beth Phoenix into the WWE Hall of Fame on March 31.

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