Australia tour of Bangladesh 2015-16
Executive general manager of team performance for Cricket Australia, Pat Howard, asserted that the board will not risk going ahead with the tour of Bangladesh without performing due diligence.
Australian team have hired the services of former Indian all-rounder Sridharan Sriram as a consultant for their upcoming Test assignment in Bangladesh.
Australian fast-bowler Pat Cummins has been ruled out of his team's upcoming tour of Bangladesh with a stress fracture in his lower back.
Cricket Australia on Tuesday has recalled its security team from Bangladesh after they met various government and Bangladesh Cricket Board officials on Monday.
The Bangladesh selectors have decided not to include any front-line spinner in the squad named for the upcoming three-day practice match against Australia in Fatullah.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board have announced the schedule of the two-match Test series against Australia, which will be played between 9th and 21st October, in Chittagong and Dhaka.
Former Australian opening batsman, Matthew Hayden, has backed Joe Burns and Cameron Bancroft to be included in the Australia's squad for the upcoming Test series against Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has announced a 14-man squad for the first Test match to be played against Australia in Chittagong from 9th October.
Australian captain Steven Smith expressed his readiness to adapt his captaincy to suit the conditions in Bangladesh even if it means playing defensive cricket in the two-match Test series which begins on 9th October.
Cricket Australia on Friday confirmed that Australian vice-captain David Warner has been ruled out of his team's tour of Bangladesh due to a fractured thumb.
Australian all-rounder James Faulkner, who replaced the injured Pat Cummins for the tour of Bangladesh, is keen to make his recall to the Test side count.
Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is extremely disappointed about the postponement of the Bangladesh tour due to security concerns.
Australian fast-bowler Mitchell Starc, who was selected for Australia's tour of Bangladesh, will carry on bowling despite carrying a chronic ankle injury that needs surgery.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann believes that his team is headed for some exciting times as the newly drafted players attempt to fill the vacancy created by the retirements of the senior cricketers.
Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, who was ruled out of the tour of Bangladesh with a stress fracture in his lower back, is confident of making a comeback from the injury.
Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon opined that it was the time for him to take up a leadership role by mentoring the youngsters in the team when they face Bangladesh in October.
Australian opening batsman, David Warner, is realistic about his chances of making a return to cricket after suffering a thumb injury in the second One-Day International against England at Lord’s.
Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson, who recently announced his retirement from Test cricket, urged the selectors to give the youngsters an extended run in international cricket.
Former Australian batsman Stuart Law has asked Steven Smith's men to guard against complacency when they take on Bangladesh in a two-match Test series which begins in October.
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke is hoping that Australia can tour Bangladesh in the near future when the security issues have been sorted out.
Cricket Australia on Saturday has delayed Australia’s departure to Bangladesh amidst security concerns raised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle is hopeful of effectively using reverse swing during his team's tour of Bangladesh which kicks off in October.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has issued a statement assuring Cricket Australia that there were no security concerns for their players in Bangladesh.
The Australian selectors on Monday announced a 15-man squad for the tour of Bangladesh which included the uncapped duo of Cameron Bancroft and Andrew Fekete.
Cricket Australia on Thursday officially announced its decision to postpone the Australian tour of Bangladesh citing security concerns.
Australian captain Steven Smith is looking forward to the challenge of playing Bangladesh in their own backyard in the two-match Test series which begins on 9th October.
Australian team's participation in their upcoming tour of Bangladesh continues to remain under a cloud as Cricket Australia released their players to join their respective state training programs.
President of the Bangladesh Cricket Board Nazmul Hassan has iterated that the board has left no stone unturned in making the most stringent security arrangements for the Australian team.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann is waiting for the decision on the upcoming Bangladesh tour, which has been thrown into limbo due to security concerns.