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Damien Fleming Opens Up On The 2015 World Cup

Cricket World's Chetan Narula caught up with former Australian fast bowler (and 1999 World Cup winner) Damien Fleming to preview this weekend's crucial Australia v New Zealand clash.
27 February 2015

Australia Make Two Changes For New Zealand Clash

Skipper Michael Clarke returns to the team as Australia made two changes to the line-up ahead of their much-awaited World Cup clash against New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday.
27 February 2015

Matthew Hayden Reveals His World Cup Success Stories

Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden, in an exclusive interview, opened up on his World Cup success and the stories behind them.
25 February 2015

Australian Greats Criticise Warne Over Lehmann Comments

Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne, who had earlier criticized Darren Lehmann for overstepping his line as a coach, has come under immense criticism from Australian greats.
25 February 2015

Shane Watson Admits It's Time For Him To Strike Form

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, who is struggling for form for more than a year now, has admitted on Wednesday that it was time for him to score some runs.
25 February 2015

Chappell-Hadlee Trophy At Stake In Auckland - James Sutherland

Cricket Australia (CA) chief, James Sutherland has confirmed on Tuesday, the return of the Chappell-Hadlee trophy in the World Cup clash between Australia and New Zealand to be played in Auckland on Saturday.
24 February 2015

Expecting Some Heat Against Australia - Anderson

New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson is a expecting some heat from the Australian cricket team when they meet their Trans-Tasman neighbors at home for the first time in almost five years.
24 February 2015

Aaron Finch Warns Australia Of 'Brutal' McCullum

Australian opening batsman, Aaron Finch, said on Monday that he is aware of the possible threat from Brendon McCullum when his side lock horns with New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday.
23 February 2015

Week In Review - Off The Blocks

With a fixture-list drawn to please television schedules, the 2015 One-Day International World Cup got off to a quick start in its first week of competition.
23 February 2015

Steve Smith Shrugs Off Warne's Criticism About Lehmann

Steve Smith shrugged off the criticism made by Shane Warne that Australian coach Darren Lehmann was overstepping his role in the team.
22 February 2015

Australia-Bangladesh Washout Delays Clarke's Return

Incessant rain due to Cyclones Marcia and Lam, forced the abandonment of the World Cup Pool A clash between Australia and Bangladesh, further delaying Michael Clarke's return from injury.
21 February 2015

Brad Haddin Hints One-Day International Retirement

Wicketkeeper batsman, Brad Haddin, who was a part of Australia's 2007 and 2011 World Cup campaign hinted a possible retirement from the 50-over format very soon.
19 February 2015

John Buchanan Recalls 2003 World Cup Winning Moments

Former Australian coach John Buchanan, who guided Australia to successive World Cup wins, recollected his fond memories of the first title win in 2003 in South Africa, particularly the final.
19 February 2015

2015 World Cup Is Too Long For Darren Lehmann

Australian coach Darren Lehmann expressed his annoyance at the lengthy breaks between his team’s World Cup matches, hinting that the tournament could be trimmed.
18 February 2015

Clarke's Return Has Full Support Of The Team - Johnson

Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson says that captain Michael Clarke, who is set to return to the team after a hamstring injury, has the full support of the players.
17 February 2015

We Knew James Anderson Was Not Out - Glenn Maxwell

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who was responsible for the controversial run out of England’s James Anderson on Saturday, confessed that the Australian team knew it was a dead ball.
16 February 2015

Eoin Morgan Dismisses Geoffrey Boycott's Criticism

Skipper Eoin Morgan has lashed out at Geoffrey Boycott over his criticism of him and the England team after defeat to Australia in their World Cup opener at Melbourne on Saturday.
16 February 2015

James Sutherland Delighted At World Cup Response

Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland, in an interaction with the media, expressed his joy over the way in which the first weekend of the 2015 World Cup had panned out.
15 February 2015

Follow Through - Australia Hand Out A Lesson To England

Australia made good on their promise of favourites as they beat England by 111 runs in their opening match of pool A of the 2015 ODI World Cup in Melbourne.
14 February 2015

Umpiring Error Cost James Taylor World Cup Ton

Following the Australia-England World Cup encounter, the International Cricket Council has admitted that James Anderson was dismissed due to an error by the umpires which left James Taylor stranded on 98.
14 February 2015

 
 
 

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