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Aussies’ plan to dry up Williamson

Australia will aim to dry up Kane Williamson's run-scoring opportunities as they desperately try to get on top of the New Zealand star.

Australia carry powerplay over New Zealand

Australia will carry a significant powerplay advantage in Saturday's clash with New Zealand, as the Trans-Tasman match pits the best and worst of the World Cup against each other.

How England revolutionised one-day cricket

As is often the case, it was from the absolute depths of despair that England's great one-day revolution began in 2015.

CRIK: Bangladesh-Australia ICC Cricket World Cup in England/Wales Collated Board

NOTTINGHAM, June 21 AAP - Scoreboard from the ICC Cricket World Cup in England/Wales match between Australia and Bangladesh at Trent Bridge today.

Carey keeps Australian Test goal

Alex Carey won't lose sight of his ultimate goal of playing Tests for Australia even if most of his cricket has been in coloured clothing.

Wade to play as batter-only for Aussie A

Matthew Wade will play as a batter-only in Australia A's opening match in England, with Peter Handscomb set to wear the gloves.

Stoinis fit for adaptable Australia

Mitch Marsh has been released back to play for Australia A with Marcus Stoinis fit to see out the World Cup after overcoming a side strain.

Australia’s Stoinis to test side strain

Marcus Stoinis will be put through his paces to begin to determine whether he will take any further part in Australia's World Cup campaign.

Warner’s Ferrari still in garage: Waugh

Steve Waugh has declared Australia have enough ammunition to win the World Cup with the fact David Warner is yet to "take the Ferrari for a spin" the most menacing sign for rivals.

Anderson wants Warner, Smith abuse to stop

James Anderson has urged England cricket fans to stop jeering David Warner and Steve Smith and fears the boos may inspire the pair during the Ashes.


Pakistan to abandon ‘smart watches’ after ICC probe

Pakistan to abandon ‘smart watches’ after ICC probe LONDON: Pakistan will give up wearing ‘smart watches’ after being told to ditch them by the International Cricket Council as an anti-corruption measure during the opening day’s play of the first Test against England at Lord’s on Thursday.