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Bouncers here to stay
Cape Times

Bouncers here to stay despite tragedy

SYDNEY - On the opening day of the last Ashes series, Mitchell Johnson set the tone for five matches of Australian domination by sending a series of 150km per hour missiles whistling past the ears of a succession of English batsmen. Australians ... The Nation Pakistan, 8 hours ago
Bouncers here to stay Cape Times, 14 hours ago

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Saudi Gazette

Clarke, selectors in bizarre standoff

Australia captain Michael Clarke (R) and coach Darren Lehmann share a moment after they won the fifth Ashes Test against England in Sydney Jan. 5, 2014. — Reuters MELBOURNE — A bizarre standoff between Michael Clarke and selectors over the ...
 Saudi Gazette3 days ago Australia vs India first Test postponed after death of Phillip Hughes with funeral in Macksville on Wednesday  Capital Bay2 hours ago When burnt out Haddin thought of quitting  Rediff.com5 days ago Australia wait on Clarke's fitness  Gulf Daily News1 week ago
ABC Online

Hinds: Ashes retention the main game

THE Australian team was announced on Monday. But not really. Naming a team so far ahead of the first Test on December 4 was a farce. A marketing exercise disguised as logistical imperative made more absurd by the uncertainty about the fitness of ... days ago Ricky Ponting believes it wouldn't be right for Australia to face India after the death of Phillip Hughes  Capital Bay7 hours ago Rogers looking ahead to Ashes swan song  Herald Sun5 days ago Australia's squad for first two Tests against India  ABC Online5 days ago
Weekly Times of India

Michael Clarke could miss India Test series as Cricket Australia prioritises World Cup and Ashes (ABC)

Australia captain Michael Clarke could be set to miss the entirety of the four-Test series against India as Cricket Australia (CA) prioritises the upcoming World Cup and Ashes series
 Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Australian quicks hold key to Test series outcome  Weekly Times of India18 hours ago Clarke doubtful for India Tests  Himalayan times1 week ago Clarke in doubt for India series  Deccan Herald1 week ago
ESPN Cricinfo

For Brisbane, read Cardiff - Taylor

Former Australia captain Mark Taylor has urged the selectors to think as much about the 2015 Ashes as the India Test when they meet to pick the Australian Test squad
 ESPN Cricinfo2 weeks ago Australia forced to choose Test team without Shield auditions  ABC Online1 week ago Australia forced to chose team early `for marketing`  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Australia forced to choose team early, says Waugh  The Gulf Today1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Brad Haddin contemplates retirement post Ashes 2015

Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin may call it a day after ICC World Cup and the Ashes in 2015 (Photo: AFP) Melbourne : Australia's first-choice wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is contemplating retirement after next year's Ashes in England with an aim ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Rogers still a chance for Ashes swansong  ESPN Cricinfo5 days ago Brad Haddin hints at retirement after Ashes  The Freepress Journal4 days ago Australia's first-choice wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is contemplating retirement  Samaylive4 days ago
IBN Live

England discard Kevin Pietersen may resurrect cricket career in South Africa

Kevin Pietersen was ousted from the England squad following the 2013 Ashes debacle in Australia.
 DNA1 month ago Kevin Pietersen still to discover reason for England axe  IBN Live1 month ago No way back for Pietersen; says Hussain  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Trott insists Johnson not responsible for his early exit from Ashes tour

England batsman Jonathan Trott has insisted that Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson was not the one to blame for his early exit from their Ashes tour as he criticised former English skipper Michael Vaughan's reaction to his health problems. When Trott quit what turned out to be a 5-0 Ashes thrashing by Australia after twice falling cheaply to Johnson in the first Test in Brisbane, England officials said that he was suffering from a stress-related illness. However, the South Africa-born ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Jonathan Trott dismisses Mitchell Johnson role in early Ashes exit  Sportskeeda.com2 months ago Jonathan Trott denies Mitchell Johnson caused Ashes exit  Zee News2 months ago Batsman Trott gets England 'A' recall on domestic form  Rediff.com1 month ago

Vaughan slams ECB 'charges' against Pietersen

and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) report into Kevin Pietersen's alleged misbehaviour during the Ashes whitewash in Australia as the fall-out from the controversial autobiography of England's all-time leading run-scorer showed no sign of stopping. Among the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Michael Vaughan slams ECB's 'charges' against Kevin Pietersen  Zee News1 month ago

Arm break delivery signals Mitchell Johnson`s intimidating form

Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson is continuing his fearsome reputation ahead of the next Ashes series after breaking a South African batsman`s arm during the ongoing one-day tri-series in Zimbabwe.
 Zee News2 months ago Arm break signals Johnson's intimidating form  Business Standard2 months ago McLaren?s snapped arm signals Johnson's intimidating form  Jagran Post2 months ago
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