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Michael Clarke talks brutally about own poor form and his place in Australian team
Michael Clarke talks brutally about own poor form and his place in Australian team

Michael Clarke looks on during Day 3 of the 3rd Ashes Test Australia captain Michael Clarke addressed concerns over his own form in characteristic brutal terms, with clamours for his head getting increasing momentum in the Australian press. "I think it's always going to be hard to beat any opposition when they've got 11 and we've only 10,” Clarke said, according to CricketAustralia. "At the moment that'

Aug 1 2015
5 sons of great cricketers who are ready to follow their fathers' footsteps
5 sons of great cricketers who are ready to follow their fathers' footsteps

Much like other sports, cricket has witnessed its fair share of dynasties – the Hearnes, the Headleys, the Mohammads, the Hadlees, Khans and Bracewells - all of whom boast of at least 3 players who have donned the national cap in Test cricket. Recent sensations include the sons of Geoff Marsh and that of Roger Binny. While Mitchell has already sealed his spot in the national team and Shaun has been in the reckoning for quite some time

Jun 14 2015
West Indies facing defeat after Aussies set massive target
West Indies facing defeat after Aussies set massive target

Mitchell Starc struck twice in the very first over of the run chase Kingston (Jamaica), June 14 (IANS) West Indies are staring in the face of a series defeat as Australia established a commanding hold on the third day of the second Test at Sabina Park here. Australia have made a confident gamble by giving West Indies a massive assignment with a winning target of nearly 400 to make in more than two days after declaring their second innings o

Jun 14 2015
10 Australian players who failed to live up to their potential
10 Australian players who failed to live up to their potential

Ever since the beginning of international cricket, Australia have been fortunate to have had a plethora of players of top-notch ability across all formats. Whether it is a Don Bradman, a Dennis Lillee or a Shane Warne, they have never had a shortage of cricketers who have played a defining role in helping their team achieve success.  Like every other country, though, they have also had a fair share of players who were unable to fulfill thei

Jun 13 2015
Australian opener Chris Rogers ruled out of second Test vs Windies
Australian opener Chris Rogers ruled out of second Test vs Windies

Chris Rogers suffered a concussion during training session before first Test Kingston (Jamaica) June 10 (IANS) Australia opener Chris Rogers has not fully recovered from a concussion and has been ruled out of the second Test against the West Indies, starting here on Thursday. Rogers was struck on the helmet during training in Dominica nine days ago and he experienced dizzy spells and a headache later that evening. Shaun Marsh is set to repl

Bowlers rescue pride after Windies suffer collapse
Bowlers rescue pride after Windies suffer collapse

West Indies bowlers have kept the team in the game Roseau (Dominica), June 4 (IANS) Life for the West Indies in the post-Shiv Chanderpaul era began disastrously when they were bowled out for 148 in their first innings on the opening day of the first Test against Australia here on Wednesday. Opting to bat first in good conditions at the Windsor Park, the West Indies were cruising at 63 for one before lunch but dramatically lost their last ni

Jun 4 2015
Concussion puts Aussie Chris Rogers out of opening Test vs Windies
Concussion puts Aussie Chris Rogers out of opening Test vs Windies

Chris Rogers with team doctor Peter Brukner Roseau (Dominica), June 2 (IANS) A concussion has put Australian opener Chris Rogers out of the first Test against the West Indies after he was struck by a short ball from a net bowler during training. The 37-year-old took a blow on the helmet from an unnamed local bowler on Monday and while he continued the net session, he then complained of headaches and dizziness later. The first Test of a two-

Jun 2 2015
5 instances when IPL teams relied on a single player
5 instances when IPL teams relied on a single player

The Indian Premier League is one tournament which involves players from around the globe. The International players are the most prized asset to the teams as only four are allowed in the playing XI. In many editions, we have witnessed the importance of the overseas players who have had to single-handedly perform exceptionally well and help their team to qualify for the playoffs.  It is their contribution which leads

May 29 2015
IPL 2015: A season of disappointments for Kings XI Punjab
IPL 2015: A season of disappointments for Kings XI Punjab

The Kings XI Punjab were expected to carry on their great form into 2015 In what was possibly one of the biggest failures by a team from which much was expected, the Kings XI Punjab dashed the hopes of all their fans this IPL as they slumped to the bottom of the points table. After thumping the Chennai Super Kings in the playoffs last year and making it to the finals of IPL 2014, where they finished as runners-up, the boys from Punjab faile

May 24 2015
Why have the Australian players struggled in IPL 2015?
Why have the Australian players struggled in IPL 2015?

Glenn Maxwell has been the biggest disappointment from an Australian perspective Over the previous 7 editions of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Australian players have had a huge impact for their respective teams. They have always been considered as crucial for the success of the IPL teams they have played for. Shaun Marsh was a very consistent performer for Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) for the last seven seasons while Glenn Maxwell won the

May 20 2015
10 best left-handed batsmen in IPL history
10 best left-handed batsmen in IPL history

The Indian Premier League has been a platform for some swashbuckling batsmen to show off their skills in the shortest format of the game. Although the team rosters are filled with right handed batsmen, left handers have really held their own throughout the 8 seasons of this tournament. Let’s take a look at 10 of the most prolific left handed batsmen to have graced the IPL stage. 1.Chris Gayle   Runs: 3078, Avg: 47.35, SR- 154.90

May 13 2015
Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Marsh to take no further part in IPL 2015
Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Marsh to take no further part in IPL 2015

Mitchell Johnson has been off-colour in this season’s IPL Australian cricketers Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Marsh have returned home and will take no further part in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this season. The duo have failed to recapture their form from previous seasons as the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) find themselves at the bottom of the league table. News Alert: Shaun Marsh and Mitchell Johnson have been released by #KXIP for t

May 11 2015
IPL 2015 - Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab: Venue, date and predicted lineups
IPL 2015 - Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab: Venue, date and predicted lineups

SRH are in contention for a play-off spot As the play-offs are just around the corner, the competition is getting heated up and this time therer are a lot of teams in contention for a spot in the last four. And Sunrisers Hyderabad are one among them after missing out last season. Tonight they take on the Kings XI Punjab who remain the only team to be knocked out of the competition already. With the Kings XI offloading Mitchell Johnson and S

May 11 2015
Top 10 Australians to have played in the IPL
Top 10 Australians to have played in the IPL

If there were some ISO standards for quality in modern cricket, being an Australian might just get you through the initial round of scrutinization. It is how it is. When the dust settles and all things that matter on the pitch is over, the bottom line more or less always tends favour the Aussies. Although a large part of the cricketing fraternity hate the Aussies for various reasons, there is one thing we can’t deny. They have literally re

May 4 2015
IPL 2015: The perfect Super Over combinations
IPL 2015: The perfect Super Over combinations

Welcome to cricket’s most lucrative casino. When nothing can be separated after a match of twists and turns, each team must stack their chips on red or black and hope; their fate left in the hands of the Super Over roulette. It’s the sport’s best answer to a lottery. But in even the most condensed version of the game, can wily plans and strategic nous serve to give one team that decisive edge over the other? As far as

Apr 26 2015
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