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Sydney: Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke said Wednesday he was confident his troublesome back would not prevent him from leading Australia in the two Ashes series against England this year.Clarke has managed the back problem since he was ...NDTV, 5 days ago Clarke backs himself for twin Ashes trials The New Nation, 6 days ago Clarke expects Aussie batsmen to come good to reclaim Ashes Rediff.com, 6 days ago Clarke and Watson on road to recovery Herald Scotland, 6 days ago
Calcutta: Recuperating from a back problem, Australia skipper and Pune Warriors India player Michael Clarke kept his "fingers crossed" as far as participation in the upcoming IPL is concerned, and said he would "do as I'm told" by the medical staff in ...The Telegraph, 1 month ago Keeping my fingers crossed as far as IPL is concerned: Clarke Zee News, 1 month ago Clarke 'keeping fingers crossed' on IPL participation Rediff.com, 1 month ago 'Sacking will not impact my friendship with players' Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Shane Watson will captain Australia in the fourth and final Test against India in Delhi on Friday after Michael Clarke was withdrawn from the match following a back injury. Watson will become Australia's 44th Test captain. Australia’s team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said Clarke will retire to Sydney, where he will undergo a series of scans and further treatment. "Michael injured his lower back during the third Test. Whilst there has been some slow improvement, he is still well short ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Clarke backs Watson to lead team if he is ruled out Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Watson has my vote for captaincy, if I’m ruled out: Clarke First Post.com, 2 months ago Michael Clarke backs Shane Watson to lead side in case he misses out Jagran Post, 2 months ago
The latest recurrence of Michael Clarke's back spasm has raised questions about his long-term future but the Aussie captain insisted that the chronic back troubles, which have plagued him for nearly half his life, will not force him to cut short his ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Won't let back problem end career: Clarke Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Two Test defeats, players' indiscipline issues and a hint of revolt in the team, Michael Clarke had his hands full in the last couple of days. On the eve of the third Test starting here from Thursday, the Australian skipper touched upon a range of issues, ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Our batting has been unacceptable: Clarke Deccan Herald, 2 months ago 'India outplayed us': Clarke News Chennai Online, 2 months ago Aussies not bamboozled by spin dominating series:Clarke News Chennai Online, 2 months ago
Australian captain Michael Clarke hoped that his chronic back pain would not keep him out of the Ashes but his participation in next month's Indian Premier League (IPL) will be decided on the basis of advice from medical experts. Clarke returned here Sunday ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Ravindra Jadeja hasn't set the stage on fire yet, but the sprightly all-rounder is slowly but surely carving out a permanent place for himself in Test cricket, a format he was considered unfit. His batting abilities, he has two triple hundreds in Ranji ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
"Our poor first innings scores have let us down," Michael Clarke said after the Hyderabad defeat. Bikash Mohapatra feels the Aussie batsmen need to set the agenda, the way Alistair Cook and his team did against the Indians last winter. Australia's abject surrender in the Chennai and Hyderabad Tests has dented the formidable Aussie reputation as the team that never gives up. Their spinners were not expected to trouble the Indian batsmen. The placid subcontinent wickets nullified the Aussie ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Mohali: Australia falter after a good start Star News, 2 months ago Australia declare first innings at 237/9 IndiaTV News, 2 months ago 1st Test: India all out for 572 against Australia on Day 4 Jagran Post, 2 months ago
The Australian cricketers behaved like "sitting ducks" in the opening two Test losses against India, said wicket-keeper Matthew Wade as he called on his teammates to be more aggressive. "We're just sitting ducks. We've got to try to be a little bit more aggressive and put the pressure back on their bowlers," Wade said. "We might have to be a little bit more aggressive at times to get India to do something different because if they get into a rhythm and just bowl dot after dot, the game's not ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Sitting ducks Aussies need to be more aggressive, says Wade Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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