Former Australian legspinner Stuart MacGill has turned down a Bangladesh offer to join the side ahead of two-test series against his home country, a senior cricket official said on Thursday. SuperSport Also reported by •CricBuzz
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 -
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
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
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All Blacks centre Sonny Bill Williams returned to the rugby field on Saturday after serving a four-match ban for picking up a red card during the British and Irish Lions test.. SBS
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 Herald •The Age
England's Jos Buttler is set to play Twenty20 cricket in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) this November, after agreeing a deal with Comilla Victorians.
The batsman has will sign a contract.. City A.M.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Cricket Australia and the players' union have reached an in-principle agreement to end a long-running pay dispute that had threatened to derail upcoming tours to Bangladesh.. FOX Sports