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As Aus work out their chemistry in ODIs, Warner has T20 WC on his mind

As Aus work out their chemistry in ODIs, Warner has T20 WC on ...

'All the players have played there before (and) played IPL (Indian Premier League) there. Whatever team is selected, that will be the right team for those conditions and I really do think this could be one of our best chances to win the Twenty20 World Cup' Australia's David Warner during a nets session. Photograph: Paul Childs/Livepic/Images via Reuters Australia will not use Indian conditions as an excuse if they fail to win the World T20 in the subcontinent next year, opening batsman David ..., 1 month ago

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A guard of honour for Clarke and words of praise from Warner

England players form a guard of honour as Australian captain Michael Clarke walks out to bat in his final Test on Thursday. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images Australia opener David Warner had words for praise for England cricketers for showing respect to outgoing Australia captain Michael Clarke. The England players gave Clarke a guard of honour when he came in to bat on Day 1 of the fifth Test of the Kia Oval on Thursday. - Ashes: Defiant Smith puts Australia in control - Aus have batted ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Smith gets Australia Test captaincy, Warner named his deputy

'When Michael made his decision to retire last week it was a very straight forward decision for us to nominate Steve as his successor’ ‘He is highly regarded by the selectors and we congratulate him on being appointed to the role on an ongoing basis. He should be incredibly proud’ Steven Smith is Australia's 45th Test captain. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Steven Smith will be the next captain of Australia's Test team following Michael Clarke’s retirement at the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

6 reasons why 'Dad's Army' Australia must wield the axe

Australia railed at suggestions their team resembled a ‘Dad's Army’ but the evidence supplied by the first four Ashes Tests against England suggests it was not an unfair moniker Australia's Michael Clarke with his pregnant wife Kyly, walk onto the field after he announced his retirement. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images 1. Immediately after a crushing defeat in the fourth Test on Saturday which gave the Ashes back to England, Australia captain Michael Clarke announced that he ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

It was time for England had to stand up and be counted...

‘I'm sure Australia will bounce back and put us under pressure at certain times’ ‘If we can go out there and show off our talent, guys go out and express themselves then we are a dangerous side’ From left, England's Alastair Cook, Joe Root and Stuart Broad walk from the ground after beating Australia. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images England needed to prove in the first Test they could compete with Australia and the hosts showed in Cardiff they are a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Blatter's ship finally runs aground

- History is not likely to be so kind to the 79-year-old Swiss, who only recently compared himself to a mountain goat that keeps "going and going and going and cannot be stopped." Instead, his name is likely to be associated with the succession of corruption scandals which occurred on his watch. IMAGE: Sepp Blatter. Photograph: Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images Sepp Blatter wanted to be remembered as the FIFA president who turned soccer into a truly global sport, and a catalyst for development, ...
 Rediff.com23 hours ago

Why FIFA boss Blatter has become the focus of a criminal investigation

- A Swiss national who has run soccer's powerful governing body for the past 17 years, 79-year-old FIFA boss Sepp Blatter has now for the first time become the focus of a criminal investigation. - While Blatter could face up to a five-year prison sentence for the crimes mentioned by the Swiss Attorney General’s Office, he is unlikely to face jail time. IMAGE: FIFA president Sepp Blatter. Photograph: Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images Since the explosive indictments and arrests of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago More trouble in store for Blatter, could face FIFA ethics investigation  Rediff.com1 week ago Swiss target FIFA chief Blatter in criminal probe  Rediff.com1 week ago

PM Modi in the US: 6 key developments so far

It is significant that the PM's appeal to invest in India comes at a time when the global economy is facing a difficult phase Prime Minister Modi and Marillyn A Hewson, chairwoman, president and CEO, Lockheed Martin. Photograph, courtesy: MEA/Flickr Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the US for an official visit, his second to that country within months. And, he seems to have made it clear this time that he means business. So far, he has sought to clear the air on his top priorities.
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Fekete, Bancroft get Test call-up for Bangla tour as Aus look to rebuild

IMAGE: Andrew Fekete appeals. Photograph: Robert Prezioso/Getty Images Tasmania fast bowler Andrew Fekete and Western Australia opening batsman Cameron Bancroft are in sight of a Test debut after being named in an inexperienced Australia squad for next month's tour of Bangladesh. The uncapped pair are the newcomers in captain Steven Smith's 15-man squad, which includes 10 players with less than 10 Tests, as Australia look to rebuild following a string of retirements after the Ashes defeat in ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

No Indian batsman in Top 10 of ICC Test rankings

Cheteshwar Pujara breaks into Top 20 of ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen for the first time in his career Fast bowler Ishant Sharma up three places to 18 in bowlers' list. IMAGE: Cheteshwar Pujara's unbeaten 145 was the cornerstone of India’s first innings score of 312 in the third Test against Sri Lanka. Photograph: Reuters Virat Kohli dropped a rung to No 11, leaving India with no batsman in the top 10 of the ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen. In the latest rankings update, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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