Michael Kasprowicz was the first bowler to take two wickets from his first two balls in T20Is 12:00 AM GMT Steve Smith has just finished his 50th Test, and averages more than 60. Where does he stand overall among players at that stage of a ... ESPN.co.uk, 1 week ago
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When international teams come to Australia they steel themselves for unappreciative crowds, arid weather and a pace barrage on flint-hard pitches. Douglas Jardine made those ingredients work for him andthe indomitable West Indian teams that ...Sydney Morning Herald, 52 minutes ago
Allan Border has advised Australia's bowlers to be patient and not over-attack on their upcoming tour of India as they look to stop a losing streak that has lasted over a decade. In fact, Australia have not won a single Test match, let alone a ...MSN News US, 21 hours ago Too much spin for India tour, says Lawson Sydney Morning Herald, 3 days ago Australian Test squad short on fast-bowling firepower in India: Geoff Lawson Sydney Morning Herald, 3 days ago
AUS vs IND: Adam Gilchrist urges spin-heavy Aussies not to ignore pacers against Virat Kohli & Co. for upcoming tour
Melbourne: With Cricket Australia naming a spin-heavy squad for the four-match Test series against India, former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist has urged skipper Steve Smith not to ignore his fast bowlers on the upcoming tour. The ...ZeeNews.com, 1 day ago Australia shouldn't ignore its pacers in India: Gilchrist Yahoo! India, 2 days ago Adam Gilchrist offers Steven Smith tips ahead of Australia's tour of India International Business Times Australia, 2 days ago Specials / Surprise selections for Australia ahead of arduous India tour Cricbuzz.com, 4 days ago
AUSTRALIAS bowling hero from the victorious 2004 tour of India, Jason Gillespie, has detailed the plan he employed to tear through the opposition line-up 12 years ago. The man known as Dizzy was Australia's leading fast bowler when the team won 2-1 ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 2 days ago How Dizzy outwitted India in 2004 masterclass Daily Telegraph Australia, 2 days ago
After Shane Watson, it was Adam Gilchrist's turn to point out to the Australian selectors that when the team last won a Test series in India in 2004-05 it was with only one frontline spinner, and travelling with a spin-heavy party next month might ...MSN News US, 2 days ago Shane Watson: Forthcoming tour to India can't be worse than 2013 Mid Day, 3 days ago #INDvAUS | Suspension nightmare of 2013: Shane Watson hopes upcoming series isn't worse DNA India, 3 days ago Upcoming series can't be worse than 2013: Shane Watson Times of India, 3 days ago
Nathan Lyon and Steve O'Keefe have been asked to do what even the great Shane Warne could not as Australia invest heavily in spin in a bid to end their abysmal run in Asia. Selectors have named four spinners in their 16-man squad for the Test ...WA Today, 5 days ago India v Australia Test series: Australia adopt spin to win mantra on Test tour of India Sydney Morning Herald, 5 days ago
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BANGALORE — Horses for courses. Like the punter with a habit that can't be kicked, visiting cricket teams keep looking to these so-called subcontinent specialists to make a difference. Most often though, Indian players treat them with all the ...FoxSports.com.au, 1 week ago
Do Australia really have any chance of defeating India in next month's four-Test tour? The obvious answer is no, but I believe they have a chance if Australian selectors do their homework a dirty word on Australia's last tour of India properly. ...Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Why beating India in India is not mission impossible Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago Dean Jones: Take Pat Cummins out of cotton wool WA Today, 2 weeks ago A new spin on how to beat India in India Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
Kane Williamson scored an impressive, unbeaten knock of 73 from just 55 balls to anchor New Zealand in a successful chase of a sub-par but tricky target against Bangladesh in the first Twenty20 International (T20I) at the McLean Park in Napier. In a ...Weekly Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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