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Cricket: Australia

Bangladesh to provide serious test: Smith

Captain Steve Smith says Australia can show what they have learned in defeat in India when they take on Bangladesh in a two-Test series.
SBS

Cricket - Bangladesh series step towards Asian conquest, says Smith

DHAKA (Reuters) - Australia have an opportunity to improve their record in Asia when they meet Bangladesh in a two-test series starting next Sunday, captain Steve Smith has said but refused to state..
SBS Also reported by •SuperSport

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News video: Australia cricket team arrives in Bangladesh

Australia cricket team arrives in Bangladesh 01:51

VIDEO SHOWS: VARIOUS SHOTS OF BANGLADESHI SECURITY AND DHAKA AIRPORT / AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM ARRIVING ON BUS IN DHAKA AMIDST HEAVY SECURITY SHOWS: DHAKA, BANGLADESH (AUGUST 18, 2017) (REUTERS -
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News video: Cricket Australia agree new pay deal with players

Cricket Australia agree new pay deal with players 01:28

Cricket Australia agrees new pay deal 'in principle', ending dispute which threatened Ashes.
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Harmanpreet’s Innings Of 171  Will Go Down In History- BCCI

Harmanpreet’s Innings Of 171 Will Go Down In History- BCCI 00:56

With her blitzkrieg innings of 171 not out, she made the world take notice of her. And the Board of Control for Cricket in India believes Harmanpreet Kaur’s innings against Australia in the ICC..
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News video: India vs Sri Lanka First Test Preview

India vs Sri Lanka First Test Preview 02:05

After a dominating end to the home Test season that included series wins against New Zealand, England, Bangladesh and Australia, India are all set to start afresh under new coach Ravi Shastri, when..
Source: Cricket -

News video: ICC Women's World Cup final: India lost the cup, but won hearts

ICC Women's World Cup final: India lost the cup, but won hearts 01:36

New Delhi, July 24 (ANI): England's women cricket team staged a comeback and beat India by nine runs in the thrilling finale of ICC World Cup 2017. India's Poonam Raut scored blasting 86..
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Bangladesh cricket is not all about Mominul: Hathurusinghe

The Bangladesh head coach believes fairness was maintained during the selection of the squad for the Australia series
CricBuzz

Smith banks on India experience to beat B’desh

Australia captain Steve Smith said on Saturday his team's experience in India earlier this year will help overcome the challenge of Bangladesh in the forthcoming two-test series.
SuperSport

Concussion substitutes to be introduced in Sheffield Shield

Cricket Australia had already tried the substitution policy in their domestic one-day competition and Big Bash League 2016-17
CricBuzz

Australia arrive amid tight security

australia arrive amid tight security
Australia's cricket team arrived in Dhaka on Friday under tight security for their first test tour of Bangladesh in more than a decade, officials said.
SuperSport

Cricket - Australia captain Smith backs Khawaja for recall

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia captain Steve Smith has backed discarded batsman Usman Khawaja for a recall and a "big" home summer against England after he was overlooked for the test series in India.
SBS

Cricket - Australia spearhead Starc to miss India white-ball tour

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's pace spearhead Mitchell Starc will miss the limited-overs tour of India starting next month as he continues his recovery from a foot injury.
SBS

Cricket Australia issues new youth pace bowling guidelines

Cricket Australia has changed the emphasis of its fast bowling policy in a bid to reduce the number of back stress fractures among future quicks.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cricket - Warner downed by friendly fire in Darwin squad match

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia opening batsman David Warner was a victim of friendly fire when he was struck in the neck by a bouncer from team mate Josh Hazlewood and retired hurt during an..
SBS

Cricket - Dhoni no automatic choice, says India chief selector

The wicketkeeper-batsman announced his sudden and stunning retirement from test cricket midway through an Australia series in 2014, with the Boxing Day match in Melbourne being the last of his 90..
SBS

Hazlewood ready to lead Australia

hazlewood ready to lead australia
Josh Hazlewood is ready to lead Australia's pace attack during the two-test series in Bangladesh in the absence of injured fast bowling colleagues Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson.
SuperSport

Cricket - Hazlewood ready to lead Australia attack in Bangladesh

Left-armer Starc suffered a stress fracture in his foot on the tour of India and missed the third and fourth tests. He returned for June's Champions Trophy in England but later felt the injury had not..
SBS

Glenn Phillips confirmed replacement for Shakib in CPL

The Bangladesh allrounder will be a part of the two-Test series at home against Australia, starting August 27
CricBuzz

Cricket - Swepson realistic over chances, Agar set to bat higher

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Uncapped Australia leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson recognises he is heading to Bangladesh as the third-choice slow bowler but is hoping his ability to get prodigious turn will earn him..
SBS

Bangladesh v Australia: Mitchell Swepson preparing to play in Test series

Mitchell Swepson will prepare to play in Australia's coming Test series against Bangladesh but concedes he is probably third in line behind fellow spinners Nathan Lyon and Ashton Agar.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Players, CA moving on from MoU: Pat Howard

Pat Howard, a member of Cricket Australia's negotiation team in recent pay talks, is back to regular business and urging players to also move on from the scrap.
SBS

Haddin joins Australia's coaching staff

haddin joins australia's coaching staff
Former test wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has replaced Greg Blewett as Australia's fielding coach until the end of 2019, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.
SuperSport

Haddin replaces Blewett as Australia fielding coach

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former test wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has replaced Greg Blewett as Australia's fielding coach until the end of 2019, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.
SBS


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