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Chennai: Australian cricket team captain Steve Smith  during his arrival to participate first ODI against India, at Chennai Airpot on Saturday. PTI Photo by R Senthil Kumar(PTI9_9_2017_000177B)

Warner confident to play the 1st Ashes Test: Smith

Steve Smith, the Australian skipper has said that the opener David Warner is recovering from the neck injury, and he is confident to take part in the 1st Ashes Test at the Gabba in Brisbane, 23rd November. Warner hurt his neck while taking a catch at training this week. All-rounder Glenn Maxwell was called up as a cover for Warner, […]

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Australia announces test squad for Ashes

Australia announces test squad for Ashes

Australia, on Friday named its test squad to face England in the Ashes series, which includes some shocking names. Opening batsman Cameron Bancroft is set for his Test debut and wicketkeeper Tim Paine returns for the first two Tests. Bancroft gets his chance to represent Australia after scoring heavily in this season’s domestic Sheffield Shield competition, and he replaces Matthew […]

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Tom Curran replaces injured Finn for the Ashes

Tom Curran replaces injured Finn for the Ashes

Surrey seamer Tom Curran was added to England’s Ashes squad, after Steven Finn was ruled out of the Australia tour with a knee injury. Curran, 22, was next in line and the England and Wales Cricket Board has announced he will fly to Australia to join the team on Wednesday. On the other hand, Finn himself was a late replacement […]

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Ponting named assistant coach for Australia’s T20 squad

Ponting named assistant coach for Australia’s T20 squad

Previous Australia commander Ricky Ponting has been named an associate mentor for the group’s T20 arrangement against Sri Lanka in February in a between time limit, and will work close by Justin Langer and Jason Gillespie. The trio have been acquired with the center of Australia’s bolster staff set to be in India for the four-Test arrangement. Gillespie was selected […]

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CA approves Andre Russell’s black bat for use in BBL

CA approves Andre Russell’s black bat for use in BBL

Andre Russell’s black bat has been reapproved by Cricket Australia for use in the Big Bash League after a laminate cover was added to prevent damage to the ball. Russell utilized the black bat amid Sydney Thunder’s first match of the competition, yet after that diversion Cricket Australia pulled back its endorsement of the bat after criticism from the match […]

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Country Cricket: Surrey re-sign Aaron Finch for 2017 season

Country Cricket: Surrey re-sign Aaron Finch for 2017 season

Australian opener Aaron Finch is set to return to Surrey for the whole of the 2017 NatWest T20 Blast. He will likewise give cover in the Championship when Kumar Sangakkara is away playing in the Caribbean Premier League. Finch included as an abroad player for Surrey last season, scoring 259 keeps running at a strike rate of 144.69 in six […]

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Pregnancy policy under review, says Cricket Australia chief

Pregnancy policy under review, says Cricket Australia chief

James Sutherland, the Cricket Australia CEO, has expressed that pregnancy strategies around the country’s ladies cricketers will be tended to in the current round of MOU transactions with the Australian Cricketers Association, however he attested his solace with a framework that in a matter of seconds obliges players to proclaim their maternal status when marking an agreement. Australia’s Sex Discrimination […]

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Australian fast bowler John Hastings to undergo knee surgery

Australian fast bowler John Hastings to undergo knee surgery

Australia paceman John Hastings will undergo surgery on his right knee to repair a ligament he damaged during a Sheffield Shield fixture a week ago. Turning out for his state side, Victoria, against Tasmania, Hastings did “critical” harm to the patella ligament of his correct leg, while knocking down some pins in the second innings. He needed to go off […]

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Lehmann reveals Maxwell could make return in Melbourne game

Lehmann reveals Maxwell could make return in Melbourne game

Darren Lehmann, Australia’s head mentor, has pronounced disputable allrounder Glenn Maxwell is “a shot” to make a hotly anticipated rebound in the Chappell-Hadlee arrangement finale at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday (December 9). Having recaptured the Chappell-Hadlee trophy after two persuading triumphs in Sydney and Canberra, Australia have the advantage of resting players with the third match being a […]

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Yasir Shah to miss warm-up game due to back injury

Yasir Shah to miss warm-up game due to back injury

Pakistan spin ace Yasir Shah injured his back during a training session in Cairns on Tuesday, and is likely to miss his team’s warm-up fixture at the very same venue later this week. Yasir is currently being treated for the issue by a local doctor in Cairns and has been advises a few days rest. Pakistan will play a three-day […]

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