Australia ODI tri-series 2015
Rohit Sharma Rested For Tri-Series
The Indian Team management has decided to rest Rohit Sharma for the remainder of the ongoing One-Day International tri-series, not wanting to take a risk with their in-form opening batsman.
Hussey To Captain PM's XI
Mike Hussey will captain the Australian Prime Minister's XI which will take on England in a one-day game at the Manuka Oval in Canberra on 14th January.
Player Of The Week - Glenn Maxwell
Following a fine all-round performance in a high-stakes game, Glenn Maxwell is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Dhoni Praises Rohit, Raina Batting
MS Dhoni paid tribute to the restorative and explosive batting of Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina during India's four-wicket defeat to Australia in the One-Day International tri-series in Melbourne.
Excellent England Outclass India
England produced an outstanding all-round performance to beat India by nine wickets and claim a bonus point in the third game of the One-Day International tri-series in Brisbane.
Bailey Suspended, Warner Fined
George Bailey has been suspended for one game and David Warner fined 50 per cent of his match fee following Australia's four-wicket win over India in the tri-series One-Day International in Melbourne.
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.
Smith To Captain, Warner Rested
Steve Smith will captain Australia when they take on England in their third match of the One-Day International tri-series in Hobart on Friday.
Australia Win Hobart Thriller
Steve Smith hit an unbeaten century to guide Australia to a three-wicket win over England with one ball to spare in the fourth match of the One-Day International tri-series in Hobart.
Fantastic To See Taylor Doing Well - Hoggard
Cricket World official ambassador Matthew Hoggard is delighted to see his former Leicestershire team-mate James Taylor producing strong form with the bat ahead of the Cricket World Cup.
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.
Sledging Talk Is Overdone - Ian Bell
England batsman Ian Bell says too much is made of sledging in the game following recent confrontations and comments during the One-Day International tri-series in Australia.
Lehmann Supports Warner Aggression
Australia head coach Darren Lehmann says that David Warner and the rest of his team have his support to continue to adopt an aggressive approach to the game.
Good To Be Playing In Australia - Finn
England fast bowler Steve Finn celebrated his return to international cricket in Australia with a five-wicket haul against India in their ongoing tri-series in Brisbane, and he is pleased to have returned to such form.
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.
Henriques In, Watson Out For Hobart
All-rounder Moises Henriques has been drafted in to Australia's squad to replace Shane Watson for tomorrow's tri-series One-Day International against England in Hobart.
Watson In Doubt For Final
Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson is unsure about his participation in the final of the ongoing tri-series involving India and England.
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.
Australia Day Washout In Sydney
The fifth tri-series One-Day International between Australia and India at the Sydney Cricket Ground was abandoned due to rain after just 16 overs of play were possible.
Australia Make It Two From Two
Australia and India produced a superb exhibition of 50-over cricket in the second game of the One-Day International tri-series which was eventually won by four wickets by the home side in Melbourne.
England Excited For WACA Knockout
England’s assistant coach Paul Farbace feels the England attack led by Steve Finn are excited about playing India in a knock-out game at the WACA on Friday.
England Script Amazing Turnaround
From desperate lows just a month ago after their tour to Sri Lanka, England have progressed delightfully in these last four weeks, qualifying for the tri-series final against Australia on Sunday.
Injury Scare For James Faulkner
Australia's World Cup campaign has suffered a major setback with all-rounder James Faulkner's participation in the tournament now uncertain due to a rib injury.
England Cruise Into Tri-Series Final
James Taylor and Jos Buttler notched up vital half-centuries as England defeated India by three wickets to reach the final of the Carlton Mid Triangular One-Day International series in Perth.
Australia Hammer England
Glenn Maxwell scored a pivotal 95 and then came back to pick up four wickets in a man-of-the-match performance as Australia defeated England in a one-sided final of the Carlton Series in Perth by 112 runs.
Mixed Feelings For Record-Breaker Bell
There were mixed feelings for England batsman Ian Bell after his side's three-wicket defeat to Australia in the fourth game of the One-Day International tri-series in Hobart.
Johnson Ready For Tri-Series Final
Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson is set to make a return to the One-Day International team for the tri-series final against England, after having taken over a month's break.
Dominant Australia Outclass England
In a dress rehearsal of their opening game of the 2015 World Cup, Australia beat England by 112 runs in the tri-series final and set up a confident build-up to the next two months.