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There was a comforting movie named' Look both ways' in which there was a cricket ground...

India vs Australia 1st Test: Pujara’s first innings is a blueprint for first Test,...

ADELAIDE: Australia batsman Travis Head feels India Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara has set an example for others with his first-innings century, calling his gritty knock a "blueprint" on this pitch.

Pujara playing saviour again for India

Booed to the crease by some Australian fans at Adelaide Oval, Indian captain Virat Kohli settled in style before falling to Nathan Lyon late on a rain-hit third day of the first Test.

Australia would be ‘worst blokes in the world’ if they celebrated like Virat Kohli,...

Australia coach Justin Langer says if his players were to celebrate wickets like Indian captain Virat Kohli does, they would now be seen as “the worst blokes in the world”.

If Australia celebrated like Kohli, we would be the worst blokes in the world:...

Australia coach Justin Langer defended his team as Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to say he had never before seen an Australia as defensive as the one playing against India at Adelaide.

We re still in the contest, insists Marcus Harris

Harris scored 26 off 57 balls in his first Test innings before R Ashwin, who finished with 3-50 on day two, dismissed him.

MIL-OSI Australia: Go the Canes! – ForeignAffairs.co.nz

8 December 2018Jacquie Petrusma, Minister for Sport and RecreationTasmanians are proud of their sporting teams, and it’s inspiring to see our own Hobart Hurricanes competing and showcasing their talents on the national stage, as they take the field against the Melbourne Stars today.

Sarfraz and Co self-destruct in Abu Dhabi

Sarfraz and Co self-destruct in Abu Dhabi ABU DHABI: Pakistan were left with a big question mark over their Test credentials after falling to New Zealand in their stronghold of Abu Dhabi on Friday.

Sledging kings get Pant-sed by India

Cricket: Harsha Bhogel tells a story of Rishabh Pant when he cremated his father with his own hands before flying out of town to play cricket.

Kiwis create slice of history against Pakistan

Debutant Will Somerville grabbed three key wickets to guide New Zealand to their first away series win over Pakistan in 49 years with a crushing 123-run win in the third and final Test on Friday.


CRIK:Ex-quick Clark questions Siddle recall

BRISBANE, Sept 17 AAP - When ex-Australian quick Stuart Clark read veteran Peter Siddle had earned a Test recall in the morning paper he "spat his cornflakes out".