Posts Tagged "One day cricket"

Australia are scheduled to play 31 one-day cricket matches between now and the first ball of the World Cup in England next year – 13 at home, ten on the subcontinent, three in Zimbabwe, and five in England.

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The two halves of Adam Zampa’s ODI career contrast starkly. In his first 14 matches, the young Australian leg-spinner took 26 wickets at an average of 23, but in the second half he’s taken only 14 wickets at 52.

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The Australian pace attack was pretty ordinary in the first ODI. Yes, they could have bowled much better, but there is another factor that can no longer be ignored – the increasingly poor quality of Kookaburra balls.

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The current Australian ODI team has won just one of their last nine matches. With the second ODI against England about to get underway, a number of members of the team need to make a case for inclusion in the 2019 World Cup side.

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After Glenn Maxwell was axed from the Aussie one day team, Steve Smith said the all-rounder needed to train “smarter” – comments which saw Steve Waugh criticise Smith, saying he should “praise in public and criticise in private”.

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On Sunday, England chased down Australia’s 308 at the MCG, on the back of blistering knock from Jason Roy and solid support from English Test skipper Joe Root, who contributed 91*, while Moeen Ali hit the winning runs.

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This has been a rough summer for me, selection-wise. England picked a terrible side, choosing pretty strokemakers and good blokes over people with better records.

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Pakistan have wrapped up a series victory over the West Indies with a six-wicket win in the final one-day international in Guyana.

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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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Australia’s home summer of cricket comes to a temporary end as the team take the coloured clothes and head for a three-match one-day series to New Zealand. This is The Roar‘s complete guide to streaming and watching the match, starting on Monday, January 30 at 9am (AEDT).

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New Zealand will be looking to reverse their fortunes from earlier in the summer when they host Australia in a three-match ODI series. The first game is at Eden Park in Auckland and starts at 9am AEDT, 11am local on Monday, January 30.

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Australia’s batsmen finally refound their touch in Sydney to win the series with a match to spare, but there is still a battle to be waged in Adelaide with Pakistan trying to restore some pride at the end of a disastrous tour before they catch the flight home.

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All eyes are seemingly on Australia’s tour of India, with key players Usman Khawaja and David Warner being rested for Australia’s upcoming three-game one day tour of New Zealand.

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With the teams heading back across the country for the fourth ODI, Australia will be keen to close out the series with a game to play against a Pakistan team still trying to salvage something out of their series.

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Pakistan finally got their first victory on a disastrous tour of Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and will be looking to move ahead in the one-day series when the teams head west.

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After a New Year hiatus, England will resume their tour of India and be out for more success when they begin a three-match one-day series. Join The Roar for live scores of the first match in Pune from 7pm (AEDT).

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The second match of the one-day series between Australia and Pakistan heads to the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, January 15 with the hosts looking to move further ahead in the series.

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Australia will be looking to move further ahead in their one-day series against Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the second of their five-match series. The game is due to commence on Sunday, January 15 at 2:20pm (AEDT).

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Australia took the first of their five-match ODI series against Pakistan in convincing fashion, but there is still plenty for each team to work on as the series heads south to the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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The white ball comes back out for the rest of the home summer as Australia get their five-match One-Day International series against Pakistan underway at 2:20pm AEDT with the tourists out for revenge from the Test series.

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