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Hot Spot - Australia-India Test Review, Tri-Series Preview

The fourth Test between Australia and India in Sydney as well as the start of the One-Day International tri-series also involving England are the subjects for Cricket World's latest Hot Spot show.
17 January 2015

Warner Century Enough For Australia

David Warner scored 127 in 115 balls to marshal Australia towards a three-wicket win over England in the opening match of the One-Day International tri-series in Melbourne.
16 January 2015

Brett Lee Announces T20 Retirement

Former Australian international fast bowler Brett Lee has called time on his career by announcing his intention to retire from Twenty20 cricket.
15 January 2015

Bell Powers England To Victory

Ian Bell struck 187 in 145 balls as England beat the Australian Prime Minister's XI by 60 runs in a high-scoring tour game at Canberra's Manuka Oval.
14 January 2015

Teams Battle For Number One Spot

Australia and India head into the One-Day International tri-series with England eyeing up the number one spot in the ICC ODI team rankings ahead of the Cricket World Cup 2015.
14 January 2015

Jaques, Rogers Preview PM XI-England Game

Listen as coach Phil Jaques and captain Chris Rogers offer their thoughts ahead of the Australian Prime Minister's XI game against the touring England side later this week.
13 January 2015

India In Australia - Performance Review

Tapabrata Banerjee runs the rule over India's performance in the 2-0 Test series defeat to Australia, assessing that while some questions have been answered, others remain up for discussion.
12 January 2015

England Open Tour With Big Win

England began their World Cup preparation with a handsome 216-run win over an Australian Capital Territory XI in a tour game at Canberra's Manuka Oval.
12 January 2015

Australia Confirm World Cup Squad

Co-hosts Australia have named their 15-man squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015 with few, if any, surprises among the selections.
10 January 2015

An Exciting Finish At The SCG

The flat-bed pitch at the Sydney Cricket Ground probably didn’t deserve an eventual winner, although it wasn’t for a lack of trying, writes Chetan Narula at the SCG.
10 January 2015

Draw In Sydney, Australia Win Series 2-0

Australia claimed a 2-0 series win over India after the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground was drawn with the tourists batting through the final day to reach 252 for seven.
10 January 2015

Fourth Test Poised For Intense Finish

The fourth Test between Australia and India in Sydney took a dramatic turn on day four and day five promises an intense finish, writes Chetan Narula at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
9 January 2015

Quick Runs Put Australia 348 Ahead

Australia bowled India out for 475 and then moved quickly to a score of 251 for six in their second innings to end day four of the fourth and final Test in Sydney 348 runs ahead.
9 January 2015

Fourth Test Hangs In The Balance

The fourth Test hangs in thrilling balance as India counter-attacked their way to 342 for five at stumps on day three in Sydney, writes Chetan Narula at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
8 January 2015

Kohli, Rahul Centuries Launch Fightback

KL Rahul and Virat Kohli scored centuries as India hit back on day three of the fourth and final Test against Australia in Sydney to close on 342 for five replying to Australia's 572 for seven declared.
8 January 2015

Record-Breaking Smith Continues Amazing Run

Often it is said that a batsman in form during a lengthy series is the most dangerous aspect of cricket. He can just carry on throughout and get an amazing run under his belt, certainly if the opposition is kind.
7 January 2015

Smith Tons Up As Australia Prosper

Steve Smith scored his fourth Test century in as many matches as Australia remained in complete control on day two of the fourth and final Test against India in Sydney.
7 January 2015

Plaque Unveiled To Commemorate Hughes At SCG

A commemorative plaque has been unveiled at the Sydney Cricket Ground in honour of Phillip Hughes, who died after being struck at the ground late last year.
6 January 2015

Sydney, Day One: A Familiar Story For India

A familiar, repetitive script emerged for India on day one of the fourth Test versus Australia in Sydney, despite a new skipper taking charge.
6 January 2015

Total Dominance From Australia

Australia completely dominated day one of the fourth and final Test against India in Sydney as they closed on 348 for two with four batsmen scoring at least a half-century.
6 January 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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