Posts Tagged "Australian Cricket"

Former Australian spin bowler Jason Krejza sat down with The Roar to discuss what it was like receiving the call up to the national team.

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Australia – the dominating force in cricket world from about 1995 to almost 2008. Then the retirement of the greats and the transition – which we must say has wobbled and rocked and has shown lows like series whitewashes and highs like the 2015 world cup win.

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A series finale awaits us in Hyderabad as India and Australia face off in a bid to capture the T20 series. This game, which will be played in Hyderabad, is the last international for the visitors before the Ashes. Follow live scores and coverage from 12:30am (AEDT) on The Roar.

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Australian selector Mark Waugh has lamented the length of the limited-overs tour of India with the Ashes around the corner.

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Despite Aaron Finch’s brilliant century in the third One Day International at Indore on Sunday, India won by five wickets to clinch the series 3-0.

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A fighting comeback from Bangladesh wasn’t enough to prevent Australia from taking a lead, but has it reached substantial enough proportions? Follow all the action of the fourth day of this Test match from the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong from 1:20pm (AEST) right here on The Roar.

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The events which transpired on the stage of world cricket in the past 48 hours carry much greater significance than they would had the results been reversed.

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Match Result: Bangladesh have defeated Australia for the first time in their Test history with an incredible 20-run victory.

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The Australian Test team is about to embark on a two-Test tour to Bangladesh and several of those players will also go straight to India for a One-Day and Twenty20 series.

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Glenn Maxwell has the talent to become a mainstay at No.6 in Australia’s Test side, while a mountain of runs in Bangladesh will ensure he finally dons the baggy green at home.

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I might be stating the obvious, but following the drag of the pay dispute, isn’t it just fantastic to be focussing purely on the cricket again?

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Thankfully the summer of cricket has been saved, but for Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland and his Australian Cricket Association counterpart Alastair Nicholson, their futures in sporting administration have been severely scarred.

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Regardless of the current turmoil that has engulfed the short-term future of Australian cricket, there remains the inevitable picture that will supposedly set the sport back on course.

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With one game remaining in Group A, Australia faced their traditional rivals in a must-win match. Could the Aussies win when it mattered? Or would their old foe, rain, triumph again?

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With the dispute between Cricket Australia and Australian Cricket Association still unresolved, it is difficult to predict as to how Australia will fare in the Champions Trophy commencing on 1 June.

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Let’s face facts. Australia is staring the down the barrel of a sizeable series defeat in India.

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Australia’s Test team is often hampered by horribly poor preparation for Test series, but their recent training camp in Dubai was a wise choice ahead of the series in India today.

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The push for concussion substitutes in first-class cricket continues to gather momentum, with Australia’s wicketkeeper Matthew Wade saying the issue “needs to be looked at”.

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Retired Test allrounder Shane Watson has admitted he never came to terms with the Decision Review System and the LBW dismissals which plagued his career.

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Standing in the middle of Napier’s cricket ground on Thursday night, all I could think was that for a slow game, cricket still has an incredible ability to test your bloody patience.

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