Australia

Australia ring the changes as they keep on winning - Cricket World TV

For Australia, this weekend was as much about ringing the changes as beating England on the pitch to go 2-0 up in the One-Day International series came at the cost of key players picking up injuries.
7 September 2015

Australia eye series win at Old Trafford - Third ODI preview

With the weather set fair, and a good true surface expected, the third One-Day International between England and Australia in Manchester is likely to be a high-scoring game.
7 September 2015

David Warner realistic about return from injury

Australian opening batsman, David Warner, is realistic about his chances of making a return to cricket after suffering a thumb injury in the second One-Day International against England at Lord’s.
7 September 2015

Australia add Handscomb, Hastings to ODI squad

Australia have added Victorian pair Peter Handscomb and John Hastings to their One-Day International squad to cover injuries to Shane Watson and Nathan Coulter-Nile.
6 September 2015

George Bailey comes out to defend Steven Smith

Australian batsman, George Bailey, has defended his captain, Steven Smith, in the controversy surrounding Ben Stokes' dismissal in the second One-Day International at Lords on Saturday.
6 September 2015

Shane Watson announces Test retirement

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has announced his retirement from Test cricket with immediate effect after picking up a calf injury that has ended his tour of England and Ireland.
6 September 2015

Aaron Finch called up to replace injured David Warner

Australian Twenty20 International captain Aaron Finch has been called up to the One-Day International squad playing against England to replace the injured David Warner.
6 September 2015

David Warner ruled out of ODI series with fractured thumb

Australian vice-captain, David Warner, has been ruled out of the remainder of the One-Day International series against England with a fractured thumb.
5 September 2015

Australia demoralize England with another all-round performance

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.
5 September 2015

Missing the World Cup was shattering - Coulter-Nile

Australian fast-bowler, Nathan Coulter-Nile, stated that missing the 2015 Cricket World Cup due to injury was a shattering experience for him.
5 September 2015

Matthew Hayden backs Joe Burns, Cameron Bancroft for Tests

Former Australian opening batsman, Matthew Hayden, has backed Joe Burns and Cameron Bancroft to be included in the Australia's squad for the upcoming Test series against Bangladesh.
4 September 2015

Chris Rogers, one of the great run-scorers

Chris Rogers retired alongside two modern day greats of the game in Kumar Sangakkara and Michael Clarke last week and Rob Johnston pays tribute to one of the game's great run-scorers.
4 September 2015

Aggressive England aim for a comeback against Australia - Second ODI preview

The first One-Day International at Lord's was between these two sides in 1972 and since then they have played 13 games at the home of cricket, of which Australia have won seven with one tie.
4 September 2015

Goal is to beat England at home - Mitchell Marsh

Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh says that he is keen to beat England at home in the ongoing One Day International series after having suffered a defeat in the Ashes.
4 September 2015

Matthew Wade aims for Test selection

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.
4 September 2015

Solid batting helps Australia put one over 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.
3 September 2015

Rod Marsh suggests change to no-ball rule

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.
3 September 2015

Western Australia announce vision 2030

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.
3 September 2015

Resurgent England take on under fire Australia - First ODI preview

Attention now turns to a five match One-Day International series, sandwiched in to a manic eleven days. Read the preview on the first ODI between England and Australia in Southampton.
2 September 2015

Michael Clarke opts for an indefinite break from cricket

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has opted to take an indefinite break from the game after recently announcing his retirement from international cricket.
2 September 2015