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Ball-tampering trio treated like criminals - Maxwell
Ball-tampering trio treated like criminals - Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell says the Australian team felt Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were treated like criminals during the ball-tampering...
Williamson cool under pressure to see NZ home
Williamson cool under pressure to see NZ home
With Mitchell Starc swinging the ball at high pace to scythe through the New Zealand batting and last man Trent Boult at the crease, Kane Williamson, well on course to become New Zealand's finest ever batsman decided to take matters into his own hands....
Cricket ODIs face over-40 blues
Cricket ODIs face over-40 blues
When a one-day international was born on January 5 1971 to entertain, little did the cricket world know it would mark its 40th anniversary amid...
Losing to Australia can help us, says Younus
Losing to Australia can help us, says Younus
Pakistan captain Younus Khan was unfazed by his side's loss to Australia in their final Champions Trophy round-robin match on Wednesday, which he...
Clarke out of Aussie Champions Trophy campaign
Clarke out of Aussie Champions Trophy campaign
Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the Champions Trophy due to an injured back on the eve of a crucial match against Pakistan.
Beaten Australia face long haul rebuilding
Beaten Australia face long haul rebuilding
Australia's 14-year domination of international cricket is officially over after they failed in their attempt at a smooth succession plan.
Pendulum of fortune swings Australia's way
Pendulum of fortune swings Australia's way
Whatever the result of the Oval Test, this has been an Ashes series of high drama -- if rarely of the highest quality.
England no longer hapless Ashes fodder
England no longer hapless Ashes fodder
"There is something called the spirit of cricket, which cannot be defined." -- Alfred Lord Tennyson
Lee suffers injury setback
Lee suffers injury setback
Brett Lee's hopes of featuring in next week's third Ashes Test at Edgbaston suffered a major blow on Thursday as the injury-plagued pace bowler was...
Siddle double strike revives Australia
Siddle double strike revives Australia
Peter Siddle was rewarded for his perseverance with two late wickets as he helped Ashes holders Australia regain momentum at the end of a see-saw...

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