SYDNEY: On a comeback trail following a hamstring surgery, Australian captain Michael Clarke said today he feared his career was finished after the Adelaide Test against India. The 33-year-old veteran will sit out tomorrow's World Cup opener ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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New Zealand's Brendon McCullum plays a shot during against Australia at Eden … Ausralia captain Michael Clarke walks off after being dismissed for 12 during the … New Zealand's Kane Williamson (R) and Trent Boult celebrate victory against ...Yahoo! Singapore, 3 days ago New Zealand down Australia by one wicket, India cruise past UAE Muscat Daily, 2 days ago Cricket: New Zealand down Australia by one wicket, India cruise past UAE GlobalPost, 3 days ago Warne: Clarke, not Lehmann, should run team Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
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Young all-rounder Steve Smith was today named Australias captain for the second cricket Test against India, replacing an injury-ravaged Michael Clarke who is unlikely to play in the remaining matches of the ongoing series. "Cricket Australia has announced ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Melbourne Test: Smith belts big ton to put Australia in charge Rediff.com, 2 months ago Aus vs Ind: Kohli's 4th ton pushes India to 342/5 at stumps on day 3 IndiaTV News, 1 month ago ICC Test rankings: Kohli is the highest-ranked Indian batsman Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Images from Day Two in the first Test between Australia and India, in Adelaide, on Wednesday. Australia's Michael Clarke raises his bat after scoring a century during Day 2 of the first Test against India. Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images Captain Michael Clarke fought through pain to slam 128, while Steve Smith also produced a career-best hundred against India's hapless bowling attack as Australia piled up a mammoth 517 for seven to take control of the first cricket Test on a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago PHOTOS, Day 4: Warner torments India with another ton Rediff.com, 2 months ago PHOTOS, Day 3: Kohli's ton propels India as batsmen hold firm Rediff.com, 2 months ago 1st Test, Day 2: Australia 517/7 at stumps against India Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Michael Clarke fought off back pain to reach his century against the odds and put Australia in a strong position in the first Test against India on Wednesday.Times of India, 2 months ago Michael Clarke reaches brave century in Adelaide Test Zee News, 2 months ago
Captain Michael Clarke fought through pain to slam 128, while Steve Smith also produced a career-best hundred against Indias hapless bowling attack as Australia piled up a mammoth 517 for seven to take control of the first cricket Test on a rain-truncated ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Clarke, Smith hit tons to put Australia in control One India, 2 months ago Aus vs Ind: Clarke named to play in 1st test, Kohli to lead India IndiaTV News, 2 months ago Aus vs Ind: Clarke, Smith tons prop Australia to mammoth score after Day 2 IndiaTV News, 2 months ago
Amidst numerous frustrating rain interruptions and intermittent play on a muggy, wet Wednesday, Australia wrested back the initiative with an impressive Steve Smith and less than half-fit Michael Clarke — returning to bat despite a dodgy back — ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Pauravi Chhaya ('15) is from Mumbai, India, who moved to Middletown, Conn. at age six. She is a double major in Psychology and Women's and Gender Studies, a member of Variant Dance Troupe, a dancer for India and Guinea at this year's Gala, a ...Individual.com, 5 days ago
Video Image Cricket World Cup opening ceremonies 0:51 Play video The ICC Cricket World Cup is official underway in Australia and New Zealand with Opening Ceremonies in Christchurch and Melbourne Fox Sports 12 Feb 2015 News Australian PM Tony ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 2 weeks ago
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India have not had a happy tour to Australia so far. They lost the Test series and they failed to win a single match in the tri-series but Australian skipper Michael Clarke still rates them as a dangerous outfit and ranks them as one of the toughest ...Cricbuzz.com, 3 weeks ago
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