Michael Clarke

 
Clarke rants about ‘headline-chasing’ reporter
Clarke rants about ‘headline-chasing’ reporter
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has angrily rejected suggestions he helped to create a culture that led to the ball-tampering scandal,...
Winning away is the mark of success, say Australia
Winning away is the mark of success, say Australia
Capturing the Ashes was a big boost for Australia but being able to win a series away would be proper affirmation of their ability, captain Michael...
Australia's bid for Ashes parity rocked by Mickey Arthur row
Australia's bid for Ashes parity rocked by Mickey Arthur row
After just a three-day break since England's thrilling 14-run win over Australia in the first Test at Trent Bridge, the Ashes rivals will meet...
Proteas vs Australia: The uphill battle to save 2nd test
Proteas vs Australia: The uphill battle to save 2nd test
The injured Kallis and debutant du Plessis resumed with South Africa on 273-7 after lunch, and added a quickfire 70 runs before Australia captain...
Proteas plan to use short balls to stop Clarke
Proteas plan to use short balls to stop Clarke
The tall Morkel said better use of the rising ball, and denying Clarke scoring singles, were part of South Africa's planning for Australia's...
Australia on the front foot against Proteas
Australia on the front foot against Proteas
Clarke posted his 20th career test century and his sixth since replacing Ricky Ponting as skipper last year, as he guided Australia to 487-4 in reply...
Reality lost on Aussies
Reality lost on Aussies
The West Indies were the best team in the world for a decade and a half and went unbeaten against Australia between 1980 and 1995, at which point the...
Harris and Hilfenhaus bring home Australia Test
Harris and Hilfenhaus bring home Australia Test
Some fine batting by Ryan Harris and an electrifying spell of bowling from Ben Hilfenhaus on Tuesday looked to have turned the first Test with the...
Australia left fumbling in West Indies battle
Australia left fumbling in West Indies battle
The West Indies held the upper hand at the end of the third day of the first Test on Monday as they reduced Australia to 248 for 5, still trailing...
India feel the heat in fourth Test against Australia
India feel the heat in fourth Test against Australia
Double centuries by Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting and another shaky start by India's stuttering batsman left the visitors under pressure in the...
Inspired Australia focus on the win
Inspired Australia focus on the win
Michael Clarke said he was thrilled to join the cricket elite with his unbeaten 329 against India on Thursday but the important thing was to press...
Early attack from Australia keeps India under pressure
Early attack from Australia keeps India under pressure
Australia struck an early blow, removing opener Virender Sehwag as India on Thursday fought desperately to save the second Test in Sydney after...

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