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Poms suspected Aussie ball tampering in Perth: Cook

Cricket: India are desperate to drop the pink ball from cricket and may cause a ripple effect seeing the pink ball removed from the Australian summer of cricket.

Langer’s Australia reign begins with loss to England

LONDON (Reuters) - Australia made a stuttering start to coach Justin Langer’s tenure as they lost by three wickets to England in the opening match of the one-day series at The Oval on Wednesday.

IPL 2018: Australia opener Aaron Finch sets unusual record

Australian cricketer Aaron Finch is going through a lean patch in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Baby Boof a genuine Test contender

DARREN Lehmann could be coaching his son by the end of the Ashes after having to leave the selection room when his name was raised last week.

Australia’s humiliating defeat leaves skipper Tim Paine with headache

Australia captain Tim Paine said the 242-run defeat to England in the third ODI at Trent Bridge was his toughest day at the office and left him with a headache.

I would have tampered if told to, says Australia coach Langer

Langer said his own experience had taught him that it was up to everybody in the team set-up to ensure the standards of behaviour expected of test cricketers.

Cricket: Cricket – Kirsten sees recovering Australia as genuine World Cup contenders | The...

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Australia may still be dealing with the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal but World Cup-winning coach Gary Kirsten has no doubts they will bounce back and be challenging for one-day cricket's most coveted trophy next year.

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England hit a new low on eve of Aussie series

Supplied video obtained Sunday June 10,2018: Vice Captain of the Australian Cricket team Aaron Finch discusses the culture post ball tampering scandle under new coach Justin Langer at Lords in London after a training session.

Windies in a strong position

Cricket: The visitors were hoping for a better start to the second Test but it wasn't to be.


Simmons mammoth task to bridge the gap to Test cricket

Afghanistan could not have asked for a tougher baptism into Test cricket than to play their inaugural Test against India away.