Cricket Australia has announced the international schedule for the Australian team to be played in the upcoming 2016-17 season, including series against South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The South African players’ association Chief Executive Tony Irish has disclosed that the Proteas are not in favour of playing the day-night Test against Australia due to lack of experience with the pink ball.
Chief Executive of the South Africa Cricketers Association Tony Irish has stated that due to the concerns surrounding the usage of the pink ball, Cricket South Africa is unlikely to agree for a day-night Test match against Australia.
Cricket Australia Executive General Manager of Team Performance Pat Howard revealed that the board will launch a review of the performance of the Australian team in the recently concluded 2016 ICC World T20.
Cricket Australia has announced the dates of the Australian tour of Sri Lanka in July to take part in a two-month long campaign consisting of three Tests, five One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.
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.