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New Delhi, Jan 6 (PTI) The following are PTI's

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71   //    06 Jan 2018, 17:39 IST

top/expected sports stories at 5:30 pm:

STORIES IN THE PIPELINE:

CAPE TOWN - Report of Day 2 of the first Test match between India and South Africa.

CHENNAI - Report of Premier Badminton League tie between Chennai Smashers and Ahmedabad Smash Masters.

GUWAHATI: Indian Super League match between NorthEast United and FC Goa.

KOZHIKODE: I League match between Gokulam Kerala FC and Minerva Punjab FC.

STORIES ON THE WIRE:

SPO-IND-LD LUNCH

India crawl to 76 for 4 at lunch on Day 2

Cape Town, Jan 6 (PTI) Cheteshwar Pujara battled hard as India batted sedately to reach 76 for 4 at lunch against South Africa on the second day of the first cricket Test.

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SPO-ISL-BENGALURU

Hosts Bengaluru eye top spot against ATK

Bengaluru, Jan 6 (PTI) Having regained form with a convincing win in their last game, Bengaluru FC would look to continue the momentum when they lock horns with a struggling ATK in an Indian Super League (ISL) match here tomorrow.

SPO-ISL-SUSPENSIONS

Chennaiyin FC coach suspended for 3 matches, fined Rs 4 lakh

Chennai, Jan 6 (PTI) Chennaiyin FC head coach John Gregory has been suspended for three matches and fined Rs four lakh for making offensive remarks against the referee during his side's Indian Super League match against Jamshedpur FC last month.

SPO-ISL-DYNAMOS

Chennaiyin FC host struggling Delhi Dynamos

Chennai, Jan 6 (PTI) Chennaiyin FC take on a struggling Delhi Dynamos FC in an Indian Super League game at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here tomorrow, with a chance to top the standings.

SPO-ILEAGUE-BAGAN

Aizawl stand in way as Mohun Bagan eye revival

Kolkata, Jan 6 (PTI) Mohun Bagan will seek a revival of fortunes under new coach Shankarlal Chakraborty when they face reigning champions Aizawl FC in an I-League fixture at the Salt Lake Stadium here tomorrow.

SPO-LD ASHES

Australia take the lead over Eng as Khawaja nears Test best

Sydney, Jan 6 (AFP) Australia took the lead over England as Usman Khawaja closed in on his highest Test score in the final Ashes Test here today

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