David Warner targets World T20 win

Australian vice-captain David Warner has set his sights on helping his side claim the World Twenty20 to be held in India next year.
31 August 2015

Marcus Stoinis all set to make his debut

All-rounder Marcus Stoinis will make his debut for Australia in the solitary Twenty20 International to be played against England in Cardiff.
30 August 2015

New look teams take each other on in the shortest format

After a fierce Ashes contest, Australia and England now battle in a solitary Twenty20 International game in Cardiff.
30 August 2015

Umpires need help to call no balls - David Warner

Australian vice-captain David Warner opined that the umpires must be provided with technological assistance on a regular basis for dealing with the increasing no-ball issue of fast bowlers.
30 August 2015

David Warner to continue alcohol abstinence

Newly appointed Australian vice-captain, David Warner, has reasserted on Saturday that he will continue his self-imposed abstinence from alcohol.
29 August 2015

Poor form hampered my comeback - Brad Haddin

Australian wicket-keeper, Brad Haddin, reckoned that his poor form with the bat leading into the Ashes did not work in his favour when pushing for a comeback after the Lord's Test.
29 August 2015

Australia regain Women's Ashes

Australia Women successfully defended a score of 107 for seven, bowling England Women out for 87 to win the second Twenty20 International in Hove by 20 runs to move into an unassailable 10-4 lead in the Women's Ashes series.
28 August 2015

Steven Smith not reading too much into Ireland result

Australian captain Steven Smith is not reading too much into his team's win against Ireland in the rain-marred One-Day International in Belfast.
28 August 2015

Australia resist late Ireland charge

Australia resisted a late Ireland charge and rain interruptions to win their one-off One-Day International against Ireland in Belfast by 23 runs (D/L).
27 August 2015

Hot Spot - Ashes 2015 Review - Cricket World TV

In their final Ashes 2015 Hot Spot of the summer, John Pennington and Rob Johnston review the fifth and final Test and reflect on England winning the series 3-2.
27 August 2015

New Zealand unveil jam-packed home season for 2015-16

New Zealand Cricket have announced a hectic home season for the summer starting from December this year with the country slated to host Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia back-to-back.
27 August 2015

Cricket United under a banner of blue

The Oval was turned blue as players, fans, broadcasters and sponsors came together on 22nd August for Cricket United Day to improve lives through cricket.
27 August 2015

Steven Smith upbeat about Australia's future

Australia's newly appointed captain Steven Smith is absolutely thrilled as he gets ready to lead his side for the first time as a full-term skipper of the team.
27 August 2015

England keep Women's Ashes hopes alive

England kept their hopes of winning the Women's Ashes alive by beating Australia by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Chelmsford, also bringing Australia's record run of victories to an end.
26 August 2015

Australia announce full strength team against Ireland

Australia have named a full strength side to take on Ireland in tomorrow's One-Day International, which will be played in Belfast.
26 August 2015

England won the Ashes, but who won the social media battle?

Australia won the final Test, but England regained the Ashes urn with a 3-2 series win after five enthralling Tests this summer. England won out on the pitch, but who were the winners on social media?
26 August 2015

Mr Predictor - Who will win the Sri Lanka-India decider? Cricket World TV

In this week's edition of Mr Predictor, the Cricket World team have a go at predicting the results of four international matches taking place around the world including the decisve third Sri Lanka-India Test match.
25 August 2015

Two flawed teams, one entertaining Ashes battle

If you cast your mind back to the start of the Test match summer, the impending arrival of two of the best sides in the world in New Zealand and Australia caused serious angst and worry among the English cricketing public. Read the 2015 Ashes Review by Rob Johnston.
25 August 2015

Michael Clarke mulls IPL participation

Former Australian captain Michael Clarke, who has recently retired from international cricket, is considering playing in the Indian Premier League in the future.
25 August 2015

Clarke, Rogers, Sangakkara bid farewell - Cricket World TV

In our latest cricket news round-up video we reflect on an emotional few days for the sport with the retirements of Michael Clarke, Chris Rogers and Kumar Sangakkara dominating the headlines.
24 August 2015


#ZimvPak 1st ODI review

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