South Africa coach Russell Domingo has leapt to the defence of Vernon Philander after the paceman's second consecutive underwhelming series against Australia. He did, however, say the 28-year-old was among the players who would have to assume more ... Melbourne Age, 1 day ago
Underwhelming bowler Vernon Philander backed by Proteas' coach - Fairfield Champion, 1 day ago
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Australia won the third and final Test against South Africa by 245 runs at Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday in a nail-biting finish with just 27 balls to spare after a day of epic home resistance. Ryan Harris bowled Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel ...Taipei Times Online, 13 hours ago Oz beat Proteas in Test nail-biter Assam Tribune, 13 hours ago Australia beat SAfrica in epic Test nailbiter finish Arab Times, 1 day ago Australia win epic battle against SA Oman Tribune, 1 day ago
Australia has enjoyed a fierce rivalry with South Africa since the Proteas' re-admission into world cricket, but managed to stay on top in the head-to-head stakes. South Africa has recently upped the ante, winning two consecutive away Test series, ...ABC Online, 3 weeks ago
But much of the talk was about just that - talk. The Australians have spent the first few days of their SA tour training and talking. Michael Clarke has pronounced his team's attack the best in the world, David Warner has wondered out loud whether ...Times Live South Africa, 4 weeks ago
Johannesburg: The injury cloud hanging over two of South Africa's key players has lifted, with A.B. de Villiers joining Dale Steyn in making an encouraging return to action ahead of next week's first Test against Australia. Wicketkeeper-batsman de ...Melbourne Age, 4 weeks ago De Villiers and Steyn give Proteas a boost Sydney Morning Herald, 4 weeks ago South Africa get a boost from return of AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn Canberra Times, 4 weeks ago
Australia's tour of South Africa: Proteas' Dale Steyn, AB de Villiers shape up as key players Fresh after dismantling England in the home Ashes series, Australia is preparing to take on the world's number-one Test team in South Africa. South ...Yahoo! News Australia, 4 weeks ago Who are South Africa's key men against Australia? ABC Online, 4 weeks ago Australia's tour of South Africa: Prot Efficient Farming, 4 weeks ago Who are South Africa's dangermen against Australia? ABC Online, 4 weeks ago
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If this doesn't get a cricket follower excited, they might want to check their pulse.The Indian board of control might be endangering the long-term health of Test cricket, but surely no confection can ever stir the emotions and the faculties of the ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Andrew Ramsey has a crack at picking the Aussie touring party for the highly-anticipated series against the Proteas. ABOVE: Bowling will be a key to South Africa tour success The fact that Australia used the same 12 names on their team sheet ...Noodls, 1 month ago
Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson has reportedly got his popular handlebar moustache shaved off by wife Jessica. As part of raising money for men's health charity Movember, Johnson had grown the moustache in late last year, but decided to keep it for the duration of Australia's 5-0 Ashes whitewash over England. According to stuff.co.nz, Johnson said that he really enjoyed having the mo, the dirty mo, adding that they were able to raise close to 40,000 Australian dollars. The 32-year old has ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Melbourne, Jan 14 : Australian opener David Warner should try to improve his technique and worry about in his own game instead of thinking about Proteas players, according to current and former South Africa players. Warner invited criticism from ...Topnews.in, 1 month ago
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