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Defiant Cameron stays firm on decision to axe Windies coach Si...

1 Min ago 0 0 Kingston (Jamaica): West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Dave Cameron has defended the timing of his decision to sack head coach Phil Simmons, saying he expects the "bold" move to be vindicated in the future. Simmons was ... India, 11 hours ago
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Pune to make test debut with India-Australia match in February

Cricket - India v New Zealand - Third Test cricket match - Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore - 11/10/2016. India's players celebrate after the wicket of New Zealand's Kane Williamson. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/Files MUMBAI The city of Pune will ...
 Reuters India1 day ago Proteas have what it takes to triumph Down Under  Cape Times10 hours ago Board of Control for Cricket in India agrees to trial Decision Review System  Melbourne Age1 day ago India agree to trial DRS before Australia series  Herald Sun1 day ago

Jason Gillespie Eyes Role as Australia Cricket Selector

Jason Gillespie has said he is 'open to offers' for the position of a selector. AFP Sydney: Former fast bowler Jason Gillespie said Tuesday he could put his hand up to succeed Rod Marsh on the Australian cricket team's board of selectors. ...
 NDTV4 days ago Ex-speedster Gillespie eyes Oz chief selector's job  The Gulf Today4 days ago Gillespie interested in Australia selector role  AOL UK4 days ago Gillespie eyes Australian selectors gig (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia5 days ago
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Taylor says six Australia Test spots up for grabs

Home » Sports » Cricket Friday, 14 October 2016 12:16 Posted by SYDNEY: Former Australia captain Mark Taylor says six spots are contestable in the national team ahead of the first Test against South Africa next month. Taylor claimed only ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Taylor: Six Australia Test spots up for grabs  Gulf News1 week ago 6 Australia Test spots up for grabs: Mark Taylor  Asian Age1 week ago Mark Taylor says six Australia spots up for grabs ahead ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago

4th ODI: South Africa vs Australia, Live Cricket Score Steve Smith opts to bat first, David Miller out due to injury

Port Elizabeth: Live cricket score and live updates from fourth ODI between South Africa and Australia being played at St George's Park. Over 5 | Score 17/3 (Smith 4*, Marsh 4*) Australia got off to a disastrous start as Kyle Abbott removed ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago We haven't played anywhere near our best: Matthew Wade  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago South Africa vs Australia, 4th ODI As it happened...  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Live Cricket Score: 2nd ODI, South Africa vs Australia, Johannesburg Steve Smith & Co eye comeback  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago

Fixture crunch will force Aus to juggle players for different formats

The Indian cricket board yesterday announced the dates of their four-Test series against Australia. The first test will be played in Pune between February 23-27, followed by matches at Bengaluru (Mar 04-08), Ranchi (Mar 16-20) and Dharamsala (Mar ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 day ago
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BCB may decide on Mustafizur's surgery in England

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has contacted two surgeons in England and another in Australia for pacer Mustafizur Rahman's shoulder surgery.The BCB said it may take a decision by Monday and the surgery is likely to be performed in England.Professor Tony ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Michael Clarke reveals the dark side of Australian cricket

Michael Clarke's damning comments about some teammates in a recent interview to promote his autobiography are a reminder of the long history of strife in Australian cricket. Infighting is usually associated with teams in the Indian subcontinent, ...
 Economic Times2 days ago The man Johnson thought would captain Australia  Herald Sun1 day ago
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Himalayan setting for Australia-India finale

India's Virat Kohli holds his bat during a break during an ODI match at The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium (HPCA) in Dharamsala, on October 16, 2016 (AFP Photo/Sajjad Hussain)More The picturesque Himalayan hillstation of Dharamsala ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 day ago Dharamsala, Pune, Ranchi first-time Test venues for India-Australia series  Hindustan Times1 day ago Himalayan setting for Aussie-India finale India agrees to trial DRS for England Tests  Arab Times15 hours ago Himalayan setting for Oz-India Test series finale  The Gulf Today23 hours ago
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Cricket-Australia quick Starc fit and ready to take on South Africa

By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Australia's pace spearhead Mitchell Starc is confident he will be fit to take on South Africa in next month's first test after declaring himself available for a domestic Sheffield Shield match on ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 days ago Starc confident of playing 1st Test soon  News Today2 days ago The worrying truth about Australian pitches  Perth Now2 days ago Australia quick Starc fit and ready to take on South Africa  Sportskeeda.com2 days ago
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