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Sledging Smith won’t work: McGrath

Glenn McGrath isn’t surprised Stuart Broad is trying to get inside Steve Smith’s head but he insists it won’t work because the world’s top-ranked player “is quality”. Broad this week suggested England were licking...

Black Caps nervous about day-night Test

New Zealand’s cricketers are apprehensive about playing Australia in the world’s first day-night Test. However, the promise of a new era of trans-Tasman rivalry has convinced the New Zealand Cricket Players Association to give the...

Aust target win in final Ashes tune-up

Selection showdowns abound, but Michael Clarke is more concerned about banking another win in Australia’s final Ashes tune-up. The visitors thumped Kent by 255 runs in Canterbury, where Shaun Marsh, Mitch Marsh and Steve Smith all posted...

Adelaide to host inaugural day-night Test

Australia and New Zealand will play cricket’s first day-night Test in Adelaide from late November. The Test, running November 27-December 1, will feature pink balls that Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland believes will hold up to Test...

Sri Lanka beat Pakistan in second Test

Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan by seven wickets in the second Test at the P. Sara Oval in Colombo on Monday to level the three-match series 1-1. Chasing a target of 153 runs, the hosts made light of a 30-minute delay due to a wet outfield to race to...

Rain delays Sri Lanka’s 2nd Test win bid

A wet outfield caused by heavy rain since early morning delayed the start of Monday’s fifth day’s play in the second Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Colombo. There has been no play since the tea break on day four, with Sri Lanka...

Broad would love Aussie to win Ashes

There are many different qualities that earned Trevor Bayliss the right to coach England. Bayliss has a wide range of coaching experience to call on, adopts a relaxed approach and exhibits a sense of calm when the heat is on. He’s also the...

Allrounder selection call tight: Lehmann

Darren Lehmann has a fair idea of his XI for the Ashes opener, but the hotly contested allrounder’s spot is still up for grabs. Australia were frustrated by a rain break and Daniel Bell-Drummond’s 127, but completed a 255-run victory...

Lehmann unfazed by England Ashes prep

Darren Lehmann doesn’t care. About England’s bonding camp in Spain. About Stuart Broad’s advice on Australia’s batting order. About pretty much anything connected with the opposition his charges will face on July 8, when the...

Coffs Harbour to host Hughes tribute match

New South Wales and South Australia will take first-class domestic cricket to Coffs Harbour next season in memory of Phillip Hughes. Hughes was batting for the Redbacks against his former team – the Blues – in a Sheffield Shield match at...

No animosity from Aussies in tour game

Michael Clarke has done and said many things in his life, but when it comes to the Ashes one incident resonates most with some cricket fans. It is Clarke’s declaration that Jimmy Anderson get ready for a “broken ******* arm” during...

Aussies win opening tour game

Australia are well placed to push for victory in the opening game of their Ashes tour, having reduced Kent to 8-237 at tea on day four. Michael Clarke declared overnight at 4-322 in Canterbury, setting Kent a target of 550 in the four-day fixture...