• Blog Opinion

    Opinion: Will normal service resume?

    Was it really just over a year ago that Clarke was threatening to break Jimmy Anderson's arm via Mitchell Johnson? This bluster may have certainly lost its place in the game, temporarily at least.

  • Australia

    Starc thanks McDermott for sublime ODI form

    Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc has credited bowling coach Craig McDermott for his recent upsurge in form, saying he has been using the techniques shown to him by McDermott to good effect, especially in ODIs.

  • Australia

    Johnson expects aggressive captaincy from Kohli

    Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson is looking forward to seeing how Virat Kohli will lead India in the fourth Test in Sydney, and expects a more aggressive approach than the one employed by MS Dhoni.

  • India

    Kohli fights fire with fire as verbals continue

    India batsman Virat Kohli struck a majestic 169 on the third day of the third Test against Australia at the MCG, as he accused some Australians of showing him a lack of respect.

  • Australia

    Australia in command as top order shines

    Australia enjoyed a dominant first day of the fourth Test at the SCG, reaching stumps on 348 for two thanks to fifty-plus scores from all of the top order, including a David Warner century.

  • Australia

    Hamstrung Johnson won’t be risked at SCG

    Australia have opted not to risk Mitchell Johnson's fitness ahead of the World Cup and have left him out of the reckoning for the fourth and final Test against India in Sydney this week.

  • India

    Australia take control at the Gabba

    Australia had the better of the third day of the second Test against India in Brisbane on Friday after a Steve Smith century and some valuable contributions from the lower order handed the hosts a 77-run first innings lead.

  • Australia

    Maxwell all-round show sinks England

    A career-best 95 and four wickets by Glenn Maxwell inspired Australia to a 112-run victory over England in the Carlton Mid Tri-Series final on Sunday.

  • India

    Chappell: Reinstate Kohli at No. three

    Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has urged India to bat star man Virat Kohli in the crucial number three position if they have any hopes of defending their World Cup crown.

  • Australia

    Rain keeps India in the running for final

    The tri-series match between Australia and India on Monday was abandoned with just 16 overs bowled, as rain in Sydney scuppered the fixture after it had been moved from its traditional Australia Day home in sunny Adelaide.