1. Ashes 2015: Changes Australia Should Consider Making to Their Middle Order

    Two and a half days is a long time in Test cricket and Australia, so upbeat and positive after winning comprehensively at Lord's, are now under huge pressure thanks to their crushing defeat at Edgbaston ...

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  2. Lehmann Confirms 'Family First' Commitment

    In describing the decision to axe veteran 'keeper Brad Haddin from the Test team as the toughest he has endured in his almost 30-year cricket life, Australia coach Darren Lehmann has ...

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  3. Michael Clarke: Australia Have Been Playing with 10 Men so Far in Ashes

    After becoming the first Australia captain to oversee 12 Test defeats away from home, Michael Clarke conceded his personal drought with the bat from No4 meant his side were playing this Ashes series with 10 men and suffering because of it...

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  4. Ashes 2015: Australia 'Pathetic and Embarrassing'

    Australia's batting collapse on day two of the third Ashes Test was "pathetic" and "embarrassing", says former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott.....

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  5. Clarke's Career Now on the Edgbaston Edge

    There was an inevitability about Michael Clarke's dismissals amongst the chaos and carnage of Edgbaston's first two days...

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  6. Rogers Breaks Test Record for Innings Without a Duck

    This is Chris Rogers's 45th innings without a single duck in Tests, the most by anyone in Test history, overtaking Jim Burke (44). #Ashes.....

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  7. Johnson Reaches 300 Test Wickets

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  8. Horrifying Mitch Bowls 'Sadist' Over, Scalps 2

    IT took Mictchell Johnson just one over to remind England that this Test is not over, removing Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes with a pair of vicious bouncers.....

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  9. Time for Clarke to Keep It Simple

    Michael Clarke is at his best when getting on to the front foot. Against Stuart Broad his weight is now going backwards in anticipation of short stuff, which leaves him vulnerable....

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  10. 'Very Satisfying to Get Kohli Out': Agar

    Playing his first competitive game since March, left-arm spinner Ashton Agar celebrated his comeback by dismissing a man he admired - India Test captain Virat Kohli...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 4 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  11. Ponting, Warne Very Upset over Haddin Axe

    Australian cricket greats Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne have criticised their country's national selectors amid an unexpected collapse on the first day of the third Test at Edgbaston...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 5 days ago 8 reads 0 comments

  12. Rod Marsh: Haddin Dropped Due to Poor Form

    Selector Rod Marsh believes Brad Haddin's lean streak with the bat left Australia with no option but to leave him out of the third Ashes Test.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 5 days ago 8 reads 0 comments

  13. Ponting Disappointed at Decision to Omit Haddin

    Ricky Ponting has criticised the decision to drop Brad Haddin, the "heart and soul of the Australian cricket team", for the third Ashes Test, saying it "does not sit right with me"...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 5 days ago 4 reads 0 comments

  14. Clarke Opts for New-Style Helmet After Rogers Injury

    The injury suffered by teammate Chris Rogers has finally convinced Australia captain Michael Clarke to wear one of the new-look helmets developed following the death of Phillip Hughes, he said on Tuesday...

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  15. Fit-Again Agar Wants Long Test Career

    Ashton Agar had a stellar start to his international career when he struck 98, the Test record for a No. 11 on debut in the 2013 Ashes. But he has yet to impress in his primary role, as a left-arm spinner and a shoulder injury has not helped...

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  16. Nevill Picked Ahead of Haddin for 3rd Ashes Test

    Brad Haddin's Test future is looking increasingly bleak as Australia have chosen to retain young wicket-keeper Peter Nevill for the third Ashes 2015 Test starting in Birmingham on Wednesday...

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  17. Maddinson out with Injury vs. India

    Australia A batsman Nic Maddinson will return home on Monday night after sustaining a tendon injury to his right index finger.....

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  18. Chris Rogers Back in the Nets at Edgbaston

    There was good news for Australia as opening batsman Chris Rogers returned to the nets a week after leaving the field during a dizzy spell at Lord's.....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 7 days ago 3 reads 0 comments

  19. Starc: England Unsure What Pitch They Want

    The Ashes war of words has heated up with Mitchell Starc delivering a few pointed barbs on the eve of the third test.....

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  20. Bradman Family Breaks Silence on 'Australian Story'

    DESPITE being Australia's most legendary cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman was deeply uncomfortable with the fame that came along with it.....

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  21. Derbyshire vs. Australians: Day 3 Takeaways from the Tour Match

    Australia ended up drawing their tour match with Derbyshire—hardly a surprise considering Day 2 was ruined by rain. Resuming on 81 for two, the English county were bowled out for 259 in their first innings...

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  22. Rogers Racing the Clock for Third Test

    Chris Rogers has rejoined Australia's Ashes squad, but the opener will be racing the clock to be fit for the third Test...

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  23. Australia's Haddin and Nevill: A Tale of 2 Wicketkeepers

    Australia's only real selection conundrum ahead of the forthcoming third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, England, is behind the stumps, with Brad Haddin and Peter Nevill battling for the job...

    Alex Telfer Written by Alex Telfer about 9 days ago 1,274 reads 2 comments

  24. Josh Hazlewood Hopes Australia Can Stay on Top of Joe Root and Ian Bell

    Josh Hazlewood is nothing if not a fast learner. For all the peculiarities of Lord's, the slope and all, there was little that could knock him off his bearings...

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  25. Is Australia Cricket Culture Too Macho?

    "…it's the Australian way to go out all guns blazing and to play to win. If we lose a few friends, as long as we lift that trophy then everyone's happy...

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