Australia Women progressed into their fourth consecutive ICC Women's World Twenty20 final after restricting England Women to 127 for seven in a chase of 133 runs with a disciplined bowling performance to secure a five-run victory in the first semi-final of the tournament in Delhi.
England limited overs captain Eoin Morgan revealed that the team has adapted their style of play in the ongoing ICC World T20 inspired by the performance of Australia and New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc is all set for an international return in the tri-series in West Indies after he was named in the 16-man squad for the contest which will get underway on 3rd June.
Cricket Australia has decided to use Dukes balls in the second part of the 2016-17 Sheffield Shield season in order to prepare the players for the 2019 Ashes series which will be played in the United Kingdom.
A belligerent unbeaten knock of 82 from Virat Kohli helped India chase down a target of 161 runs to secure a semi-final berth in the ICC World Twenty20 with a crucial six-wicket win over Australia in the Super 10 Group 2 encounter of the tournament in Mohali.
Megan Schutt took three wickets while Elyse Villani scored a fluent 43 as Australia Women chased down a target of 92 runs in 13.2 overs to secure a seven-wicket victory against Ireland Women in the Group A encounter of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Delhi to stay alive in the tournament.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has stated that his team will look to target the Indian spinners and play positive cricket in their must-win encounter against the hosts in the ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
James Faulkner registered a maiden five-wicket haul in Twenty20 Internationals as Australia limited Pakistan to 172 for eight in a chase of 194 runs, thereby securing a crucial 21-run win in the Super 10 Group 2 encounter of the ICC World Twenty20 in Mohali.
Elyse Villani and Meg Lanning smashed unbeaten fifties as Australia Women chased down a total of 124 runs in 17.4 overs to defeat Sri Lanka Women by nine wickets in the Group A encounter of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 in Delhi.
Although New Zealand have already qualified from Group 2 for the ICC World Twenty20 2016 semi-finals, Australia, India and Pakistan are battling to join them, as Chetan Narula explains in his latest video report.