Mitchell Marsh cracked a fine half-century to ensure Australia passed 300 again on their way to beating England by 64 runs in the second One-Day International at Lord’s to go 2-0 up in the five-match series.
Australian wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade has stated that he is keen to challenge Peter Nevill for a spot in the Test team by performing well in the ongoing One-Day International series against England.
Matthew Wade played a brilliant knock down the order to ensure Australia came from behind with bat and ball to win the first One-Day International against England at The Rose Bowl in Southampton by 59 runs.
Former Australian wicket-keeper and national selector Rod Marsh has suggested that it would be wise to revert to the previous back-foot no-ball rule during his delivery of the annual MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture.
The Western Australia Cricket Association has announced a ‘vision 2030’ plan, which will see international limited-overs games and Test matches against India, England and South Africa move to the new Perth Stadium in Burswood.