On top of this being Michael Clarke's farewell Test, there's every chance it could be a classic. Don't believe us? Take a look at five dead rubbers played by Australia that turned out to be absolute thrillers. Australia v England 2003, fourth ... NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago
Former England captain Michael Vaughan recalls the emotions of the classic 2005 Test at Edgbaston. The 2005 Ashes Test at Edgbaston will live long in the memory, for then-England captain Michael Vaughan in particular. Vaughan's men secured a ...Sky Sports, 2 months ago Ashes: Where are the players of the 2005 series now? Rediff.com, 2 months ago
When it comes to bowling, Pakistanis have always been innovators. Pakistan had their first great bowler in Fazal Mahmood, a medium-fast bowler of great skill and accuracy. Even though many considered him a medium-pacer, Neil Harvey and Richie Benaud ...Dhaka Tribune, 1 month ago
Source: THE Oval is not a ground where the Aussies have too many fond memories. But in the wake of their Trent Bridge humiliation, surely anywhere can be seen as an improvement. The tradition finishing Test to a long series takes the Aussies back ...NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago
Provided by Wisden Glenn McGrath took 8 for 24 against Pakistan in Perth and helped Australia bag a 491-run win. Alastair Cook scratched his stubble and looked to the horizon after Australia had humiliated his side with a 405-run win at ...MSN News US, 1 month ago
Birmingham: Former Australian all-rounder and Channel Nine presenter Simon ODonnell used to say on air, Never say die whenever describing the approach that the Australian teams took to any matches they were part of. For a long time, the phrase did ...Mid Day, 2 months ago
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