Cricket

Thu 13 Dec 2018

Binga’s plea to Australia’s fast bowling cartel

premium_icon Binga’s plea to Australia’s fast bowling cartel

Former Test tearaway Brett Lee believes Australia’s pace attack should shelve the niceties and unleash some old-style aggression against India.

Kohli excited by green monster

Kohli excited by green monster

Indian captain Virat Kohli is looking forward to seeing what his in-form pace bowlers can do with the green pitch in Perth.

Meet the next big thing in Aussie cricket

premium_icon Meet the next big thing in Aussie cricket

Big things are expected of teenage Sydney Sixers opener Jack Edwards and not just because of his imposing height.

India’s chief destroyer out of second Test

premium_icon India’s chief destroyer out of second Test

India have been rocked by twin injury blows on the eve of the Perth Test, with star spinner Ravi Ashwin and veteran batsman Rohit Sharma both sidelined.

Starc nightmare waiting for India in Perth

premium_icon Starc nightmare waiting for India in Perth

Remember when Shane Warne criticised Starcy’s body language a few years ago and it really fired him up?

How Handscomb can cover his weak spot

premium_icon How Handscomb can cover his weak spot

Aussie batsman Peter Handscomb has a dilemma.

BBL legends setting Renshaw in right T20 direction

premium_icon BBL legends setting Renshaw in right T20 direction

Axed Test opener Matt Renshaw is out to prove he can be a Twenty20 star - and he’s getting plenty of high-profile assistance.

Secret videos reveal umpires’ no-ball disgrace

premium_icon Secret videos reveal umpires’ no-ball disgrace

Cricket’s credibility is on trial in the second Test following damning evidence that shows Australia were no-balled towards defeat in Adelaide.

Chirpy India wicketkeeper told to zip it

Chirpy India wicketkeeper told to zip it

India’s gloveman was praised by a host of Aussie greats for his playful banter in the First Test but it’s a different story on home soil.

Wed 12 Dec 2018

Harris reveals plan to combat Indian bowlers

Harris reveals plan to combat Indian bowlers

Australian opener Marcus Harris admits he let the Indian bowlers get the better of him in Adelaide, but he is ready for a big score in the second Test.

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