With the IPL just around the corner, the Aussies will sit down with Pat Cummins after the South Africa tour to map out a plan for how his body is best managed over the coming months.
Whether Steve Smith will ever captain Australia again remains unknown, but the fact he can and David Warner can’t is a decision Ian Chappell says the Cricket Australia board based on a popularity contest.
The Australian Women’s Cricket Team is now at the midway point of the T20 World Cup group stage and is sitting third in its pool with one win and won loss. Where to from here?
Test hopeful Matt Renshaw has made an unexpected return to training with the Queensland Bulls at the Gabba after taking a short break from cricket. See the photos here.
Green, who brought up his third century of the season late on Monday, was unbeaten on 158 as WA were all out for 371 in their first innings.
Defying the odds just to qualify for the T20 World Cup, Thailand is winning plenty of fans with its humble approach. From not having a team 13 years ago, this is how Thai cricket finds itself competing against the world’s best.
When you’re trying to break into the Australian pace bowling ‘rat pack’ the last thing you want to hear is that your coach doesn’t rate you, but Kane Richardson refuses to take no for an answer.
With Matt Renshaw taking a break from the game in the hope of rediscovering his best form, Brisbane coach Darren Lehmann is ready to bring him back to the Heat next summer.
Australia fully intend to continue tweaking their Twenty20 batting line-up after a middle-order collapse left the series against South Africa hanging in the balance.
Formerly a ‘15 to 20-a-day-man’, Darren Lehmann’s heart scare has led him to bin the cigarettes and re-evaluate his approach to life.
Cameron Green has struck a mature century to put Western Australia in a strong position, despite the early loss of Cam Bancroft and Shaun Marsh.
England remain defiant that playing the ‘right’ way is what matters after neglecting a chance to ‘mankad’ a South African opponent. Vote in our poll.
Chasing 159 to win, Australia were cruising but fell victim to a brilliant bowling and fielding performance from South Africa at the death.
Australia were cruising to consecutive T20 wins on South African soil this morning until a middle-order collapse provided a sobering wake-up call. Here’s what we learned from the loss.
South Africa have ripped through Australia's T20 batsmen to claim a thrilling 12-run win in Port Elizabeth and level the three-match series.
WA have opted to rest Marcus Stoinis for their Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania starting in Hobart on Monday, with vice-captain Ashton Turner and Sam Whiteman in the mix for a recall.
Australian selectors have made a clear plan ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup to pick specialists at every position - but pocket rocket Matthew Wade is proving a real headscratcher.
Hobson is one of five Tigers to have played in each of the five one-day flags, alongside Dan Turkich, Haydan Morton, Jacob Whiteaker and Brad Hope.
The fifth edition of the women’s competition was played from October 18 to December 8 last year, concluding before previous editions had even started.
David Warner was targeted, Steve Smith booed ... but it was nothing out of the ordinary for star players in foreign lands. It seems the majority of South Africa fans may be prepared to move on after all.
Lanning said the team wouldn’t dwell on the loss and move on quickly as they prepare to take on Sri Lanka at the WACA ground on Monday.
Some cricketers just aren’t meant to be Test stars. Here The Big O offers his 15-1 of the least effective batsmen to grace the crease in recent memory. Understandably, the list features a few Poms …
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Healy played a lone hand in Australia’s 17-run loss to India on Friday night, hitting 51 from 35 balls to put the hosts in a winning position in the T20 opener.
David Warner’s return to the Bullring lasted just two balls but it mattered little on a night where an Ashton Agar hat-trick steered Australia to a dominant 107-run win over South Africa.
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