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Double blow for Australia: Finch heads home after loss to West Indies

Double blow for Australia: Finch heads home after loss to West Indies

Australia squandered a lower-order revival on a dry Barbados surface to allow the West Indies to level the ODI series with a five-wicket victory.

  • by Daniel Brettig

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Henriques lets Windies off hook
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Henriques lets Windies off hook

Nicholas Pooran was dropped on 26 by Moises Henriques in an error that proved pivotal.

No new positive cases in West Indies, relief after ODI series cleared to finish

No new positive cases in West Indies, relief after ODI series cleared to finish

It was possible that both the West Indies series and the subsequent tour of Bangladesh may have been called off due to isolation requirements for either positive cases or close contacts.

  • by Daniel Brettig
West Indies, Bangladesh tours in doubt after positive COVID-19 test

West Indies, Bangladesh tours in doubt after positive COVID-19 test

The second one-dayer against the West Indies was postponed minutes before it was due to start placing Australia’s tours of the Caribbean and Bangladesh in fresh doubt.

  • by Malcolm Conn and Daniel Brettig
From the Archives, 1934: Bradman, Ponsford, break partnership record

From the Archives, 1934: Bradman, Ponsford, break partnership record

On July 23, 1934, Don Bradman and Bill Ponsford created a new Test partnership record, adding 388 runs for the fourth wicket in Leeds, England.

  • by Staff reporter
‘Every ball is an event’: Hazlewood happy juggling as T20 World Cup, Ashes loom

‘Every ball is an event’: Hazlewood happy juggling as T20 World Cup, Ashes loom

Josh Hazlewood believes he is capable of putting in another dominant Ashes performance with minimal Sheffield Shield preparation.

  • by Daniel Brettig
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Starc and Hazlewood destroy Windies top order as Australia win series opener

Starc and Hazlewood destroy Windies top order as Australia win series opener

Spectacular new ball bowling by Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood never gave the West Indies a chance in the first of three ODIs in Barbados.

  • by Malcolm Conn
Australia’s tour of Bangladesh set to go ahead despite COVID-19 surge

Australia’s tour of Bangladesh set to go ahead despite COVID-19 surge

Australia’s imminent tour of Bangladesh for five Twenty20 internationals is set to go ahead as planned, with Cricket Australia satisfied with biosecurity arrangements.

  • by Malcolm Conn and Daniel Brettig
How captain Carey won over Border after ‘absolute disgrace’ comments

How captain Carey won over Border after ‘absolute disgrace’ comments

The former skipper last summer labelled Alex Carey’s captaincy in an Australia A game an “absolute disgrace”. But on Tuesday Border had changed his tune.

  • by Andrew Wu and Daniel Cherny
Red-ball cricket to be prioritised under ‘Operation Ashes’
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Red-ball cricket to be prioritised under ‘Operation Ashes’

Cricket Australia will announce an unprecedented summer schedule this week and it is has one goal: retain the Ashes.

  • by Malcolm Conn
Frustrated Starc giving up millions to play for Australia

Frustrated Starc giving up millions to play for Australia

The pace bowler has turned down huge IPL paydays to play for his country and finds himself in the West Indies with a severely depleted national team.

  • by Malcolm Conn