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A George Bailey half-century has helped Australia set South Africa a target of 295 in the first one-day international in Centurion.
Injured paceman Mitchell Starc could ‘see the bone’ in his leg following a training mishap two weeks ago, but says he’ll be fit for the Australian international summer.
He’s been known best for his notorious head of totally genuine *cough* hair, but Doug ‘The Rug’ Bollinger has now decided to rejoin the horde of the bald.
Most of the best batsmen in the world during the 1970s had trouble facing Australian fast-medium paceman Max Walker.
The cricket world is mourning the death of former Australian fast bowler and commentator Max Walker, who has passed away after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 68.
Western Australia coach Justin Langer says star all-rounder Nathan Coulter-Nile is hurting after having his Test dreams dashed for another summer.
Australian cricket fans keen on seeing an enthralling series against South Africa have been dealt a blow with the news that Proteas skipper AB de Villiers has been ruled out of the tour.
No Australian needed runs like Usman Khawaja, and the under-pressure batsman has delivered in the country’s nine-wicket thrashing of Ireland in Benoni, South Africa.
South Africa have suffered a huge blow with skipper AB de Villiers ruled out of home one-day internationals and away Test series against Australia due to an elbow injury.
Medium-pacer Daniel Worrall will make his international one-day debut for Australia on Tuesday in the one-off clash with Ireland in South Africa.
Shane Warne and Emily Ratajkowski. One is perhaps the sexiest person of the 21st century. The other is Emily Ratajkowski.
Australia have arrived in South Africa with their weakest-ever ODI pace line-up. On Tuesday they kick off their tour with a quartet of pace bowlers who are not even among the ten best 50-over quicks in the country.
Australia have arrived in South Africa with their weakest-ever ODI pace line-up.
By the time you read this, the County Championship trophy will have been decided.
We’ve seen ambidextrous spin bowlers become YouTube famous before, but pace bowlers that can bowl with both arms are a rare breed.
Mitchell Starc has been taken to hospital in an ambulance after cutting his leg in a training mishap in Sydney.
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Australia kickstart their tour of South Africa with the first of five ODIs at SuperSport Park in Centurion as the two teams look to shrug off their inexperience and begin with a win. Join The Roar for our live blog and scores from 9:30pm (AEST).
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After a dismal T20 series, the West Indies will try to turn their fortunes around on tour in the United Arab Emirates against Pakistan who are strong favourites for the three-match one day series. Join The Roar for live scores of the first match at Sharjah from 9pm (AEST).
India will be looking to wrap up their series in straight sets against New Zealand after a dominant display in the first Test that saw them take a massive win. Join The Roar for live scores of the first day’s play in the second Test from 2pm (AEST).
The Boxing Day when Dennis Lillee foiled Viv Richards with the last ball of play was listened to in gardens, on beaches, and in cars with the windows all the way down and the sound all the way up.
Congrats Team India and Virat Kohli for a comprehensive win in the first Test of the Home series versus New Zealand. Virat has now won eight out of 15 Tests, with two losses and five draws.
With India having played their 500th Test match at Green Park in Kanpur, the time is apt to relive a significant result achieved by them at this venue more than half a century ago.
With the T20 series already wrapped up in straight sets, Pakistan look to continue dominating and build more momentum for the upcoming One Day and Test series, while the West Indies look to pick up their first win of the tour. Join The Roar for live scores from 2am (AEST).
An undermanned Australia begin what is being seen as a squash One Day tour of South Africa that they will struggle in with a warm-up match against Ireland in Benoni. Join The Roar for live scores from 6pm (AEST).
Heading into the final day of the first Test, India find themselves in a position where they virtually can’t lose the match, while the best New Zealand can hope for is some rain and a draw. Join The Roar for live scores of Day 5 from 2pm (AEST).
It’s taken 80 years for one of the longest-standing records in world cricket to be challenged.
With a strong top order effort in their second innings, India have moved themselves into a dominant position in the first Test against New Zealand who will need a massive turnaround after a poor finish yesterday. Join The Roar for live scores of Day 4 from 2pm (AEST).
After the first match ended in an upset, with Pakistan beating world champions the West Indies in dominant style in Dubai, the players return just 24 hours later with the series victory on the line. Join The Roar for live scores of the second T20 from 2am (AEST).
Very often in Test cricket we see excellent bowling dismissing the top half of the batting line-up, but then there is a dour rearguard action by the lower order batsmen. Nothing can be more frustrating to the bowling side.
After the second day of the Test was ended by rain, things have become a bit more even in this match between India and New Zealand as we prepare for Day 3. Join The Roar for live scores from the third day of the Test at Kanpur, beginning from 2pm (AEST).
The West Indies look to build on their World T20 victory when they kick off a long tour against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates with three Twenty20 matches, the first of which will be in Dubai. Join The Roar for live scores from 2am (AEST).
Always a great introduction to the Australian cricket season is the one-day domestic competition.