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Injuries and India soften up Proteas for Australia

Australia face a daunting task against South Africa when their Test series starts on Thursday, but the Proteas may be more vulnerable than expected due to three major injury concerns and having their confidence rocked by India.

Why Chadd Sayers should make his Test debut in South Africa

Fresh from belting the Poms in a 4-0 Ashes rout it doesn’t make a lot of sense to change the winning formula that is Australia’s fast bowling attack.

Mary’s Wonder Women: Thanks Alex Blackwell

This Saturday when the NSW Breakers play the Western Fury in the WNCL Final, the Fury will feature in their first final in 18 years, while incredibly, the Breakers will be playing in their 22nd WNCL final, looking to claim their 19th title.

Sorry Steve, it’s Davey’s time to captain the T20 team

The final of T20 tri-series put an exclamation mark on an excellent series for Australia.

Who really is the king of the chase: Virat Kohli or Michael Bevan?

There is a strong rumour in cricket that Virat Kohli is the ‘king’ of the one-day run chase.

Australia must attack Kiwi spin pair

Australia have so few accomplishments in T20 that tomorrow’s tri-series final against New Zealand is significant.

Why England can’t do without Eoin Morgan

Sunday’s New Zealand versus England match ended with a win by a small margin for England, but a superior run rate ensured New Zealand qualified for the tri-series final.

Is AB de Villiers great, or just very good?

There’s no doubt AB de Villiers is entering the twilight of his career.

Australia stun Kiwis in record T20 chase

Australia’s remarkable transformation as a Twenty20 unit continued last night as they completed a jaw-dropping record chase of 244 in New Zealand with seven balls to spare.

Warner’s silences the doubters to end scoring slump

Warner’s silences the doubters to end scoring slump Roar Rookie 0 Have your say It has been a steady decline of form for Australian opener and power hitter David Warner in recent matches.


Sri Lanka Cricket bans Chamara Silva for 2 yrs on fixing...

Highlights1Silva played in 11 Tests and 75 ODIs between 1999 and 20112Manoj Deshapriya was handed the same punishment like Silva.