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India control ODI as Aussies feel the heat

India are 2-124 after 25 overs of the second one-day international against Australia in Kolkata.

England in the dark on Ashes XI: Strauss    

Former England captain Andrew Strauss has expressed concern about the side ahead of the summer Ashes series in Australia.

Smith's response to Maxwell's impersonation

The Australia skipper had a cheeky comeback after Glenn Maxwell's comical impersonation for the upcoming video game Ashes Cricket

Burns pushing for Test recall    

Queensland batsman Joe Burns has one eye on the Test number six spot ahead of the domestic season opener next week.

Khawaja taking latest Test snub in stride    

Usman Khawaja is not dwelling on his latest Test snubbing ahead of Queensland's one-day cup opener next week.

I've got the wood on Warner: Kuldeep Yadav

Indian wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav believes his superb record against David Warner will put pressure on the Australian opener.

Smith backs underdog Australians in India    

Australia captain Steve Smith believes his one-day international squad can push India, despite being underdogs to level the series in Kolkata.

Smith defends captaincy ahead of 100th ODI    

Australia's Steve Smith says his captaincy is in a good place as he prepares to take on India in his 100th one-day international.

Matildas' fans raise bar for women's Ashes    

The Matildas have proven how strong local support for women's sport is and James Sutherland wants to see cricket fans do the same in the Ashes.

Haynes to captain Aussies in women's Ashes    

Rachael Haynes will take over as skipper during the women's Ashes that start in Brisbane on October 22, with injured Meg Lanning missing the entire series.

Doggett eyeing Queensland cricket chance    

Queensland will field a side similar to last year in Cricket Australia's upcoming one-day cup, although there is one fresh face hoping to make some history.

Rain to hamper Australia-India ODI battle

Rain has been forecast for Australia's second one-day international against India in Kolkata.

Haynes to lead Women's Ashes charge    

Rachael Haynes looks set to replace the injured Meg Lanning as captain for this year's Women's Ashes.

I'll learn from Pandya's ODI blitz: Zampa    

Australian legspinner Adam Zampa says he'll learn from the match-turning ODI over against India in which he leaked 24 runs.

I'll learn from Pandya's ODI blitz: Zampa.    

Australian legspinner Adam Zampa says he'll learn from the match-turning ODI over against India in which he leaked 24 runs.

Lyon hungry for white ball cricket    

Australian offspinner Nathan Lyon says he needs a big one-day campaign for NSW before he can start thinking about the 2019 World Cup.

Former AFL coach McKenna switches sports    

Former Gold Coast coach Guy McKenna has swapped from AFL to cricket, joining Cricket Victoria in a recruitment role.

Cult hero Edwards set for NSW Blues debut    

Sydney paceman Mickey Edwards is set to make his NSW debut in the domestic one-day cup with Test stars Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood ruled out.

Lyon expects Starc to return for NSW soon    

Nathan Lyon expects Australian spearhead Mitchell Starc to return from injury towards the end of NSW's one-day cup.

Australia not following India's ODI spin    

Fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile believes the Indian spinners' success isn't necessarily a sign Australia should play an extra tweaker in Kolkata.

Coulter-Nile's Test dream after ODI return    

Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile is still dreaming of a Test call-up after making his international limited-overs return.

Bob Holland 'a true gentleman of cricket'    

Tributes are being paid to former Australian Test spinner Bob Holland after his death at the age of 70.

India target Zampa in ODI win over Aussies

A costly over from Australian legspinner Adam Zampa was a turning point as India fought back to take a one-day international series lead over Australia.

Rare misses from Smith costly in ODI loss    

Catches win matches is an old adage but a true one and Steve Smith missed two golden chances in the first ODI against India.

Australia slump to ODI loss against India

Australia have lost the first one-day international to India in a rain-affected encounter in Chennai.

Holland an unlikely Aussie cricket hero    

The cricket world is mourning former legspinner Bob Holland, the third-oldest Australian Test debutant.

Former cricketer Bob Holland dies    

Australian legspinner Bob 'Dutchy' Holland, who had been battling brain cancer, died in Newcastle on Sunday aged 70.

Coulter-Nile makes stunning ODI comeback    

West Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile has made a stunning return to international cricket, picking up 3-12 against India in his first spell.

Australia chasing 282 for ODI win in India    

Australia need 282 to win the first one-day international against India in Chennai.

One eye on World Cup for Aussies in India    

Australia captain Steve Smith says his side's one-day tour is part of a long process of deciding a squad to defend the World Cup.

Australia plan to attack India's Yadav

Australia will look to target talented young wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav in their first one-day international against India in Chennai.

No spots guaranteed for the Ashes: Lyon    

Australian offspinner Nathan Lyon says no spots are certain ahead of the Ashes despite coming off a career-best performance in Bangladesh.

No plans to tour Pakistan: Sutherland    

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says it's unlikely Australia will play in Pakistan soon despite the success of the World XI series being held in Lahore.

Lack of one-day cricket won't hurt: Head    

Australian batsman Travis Head is set to play his first game in four months in the ODI series against India, starting on Sunday.

Finch injured, Handscomb in for Australia    

Australia will be without opener Aaron Finch for the majority of their one-day series against India after he succumbed to a calf injury.

Strikers sign Afghan spinner for BBL    

The Adelaide Strikers have signed 18-year-old spinner Rashid Khan, who will be the first Afghan to play in the Big Bash League.

Stoinis stars as Aussies win warm-up match    

Australia got their tour of India off to a winning start but Marcus Stoinis says they will have to improve further to challenge the home side in the ODI series.

Fitter Faulkner opens up on one-day axing    

James Faulkner says he will return to international cricket a fitter and stronger allrounder, having been recalled for this month's ODI tour of India.

Aussies to have no Ashes excuses: CA boss    

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland says the domestic cricket scheduling gives Test players no excuses entering the Ashes series.

Duffin to continue combining cricket, AFLW

Jess Duffin will play cricket with the WBBL's Melbourne Renegades before joining Collingwood for the AFLW season, starting in February.

Aussies and India to renew rivalry in ODIs    

Steve Smith expects Australia's ODI series against India will be played in 'good spirit', something that rarely happened earlier this year in four heated Tests.

Lyon up to career-best world Test ranking    

Australian offspinner Nathan Lyon has been ranked among the world's top 10 Test bowlers by the International Cricket Council.

Khawaja safe for Ashes, Wade in trouble    

Australian coach Darren Lehmann has declared Usman Khawaja all but certain to reclaim his No.3 spot for the first Ashes Test.

Mitch Marsh named WA's new cricket captain

Mitch Marsh has edged out his brother Shaun Marsh to be named Western Australia's new captain.

Improved Bangladesh hope for more tours    

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim hopes his side will get the chance to face Australia again soon after their tied Test series.

Problems linger as Australia dodge defeat

Australian skipper Steve Smith says his side's batting collapses remain a concern after securing a series draw against Bangladesh.

Snapshot for day four of the second Test

A snapshot of Australia's victory over Bangladesh on day four of the second Test in Chittagong.

Relieved Aussies escape Test series defeat    

Australia have levelled their two-match series against Bangladesh, winning the second Test in Chittagong by seven wickets.

Lyon's 13-wicket haul adds to epic series    

Offspinner Nathan Lyon has added career-best match figures to his haul of accomplishments during the tour of Bangladesh.

Aussies need 86 runs to win second Test    

Australia will chase 86 runs to win the second Test in Chittagong, with Nathan Lyon spinning through Bangladesh's batsmen on day four.

Veterans to lead women's Ashes: Blackwell    

Vice-captain Alex Blackwell says Australia have plenty of leaders ready to step up in the absence of injured skipper Meg Lanning during the Ashes.

Lyon's five leads Aussies towards victory    

Nathan Lyon has spun through Bangladesh's batsmen to help Australia close in on victory in the second Test in Chittagong.

Shield schedule a welcome change: Starc    

Australia paceman Mitchell Starc says having three Sheffield Shield rounds before the first Ashes Test will help the hosts' bid to reclaim the urn.

Lyon magic leads Aussies towards victory    

Nathan Lyon has spun through Bangladesh's batsmen to help Australia close in on victory in the second Test in Chittagong.

Iron man Warner shows the way for Aussies    

David Warner became just the sixth Australian to score back-to-back Test centuries in Asia with his ton against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Aussie collapse leaves Test on knife edge    

Australia's middle-order collapse has left the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong evenly-poised with two days remaining.

Snapshot for day three of the second Test

A snapshot of day three of the second Test between Australia and Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Bad light stops play after Aussie collapse    

Bad light has stopped play with Australia on 9-377 in their first innings at stumps on day three of the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Aussies overtake Bangladesh in second Test    

Australia have overtaken Bangladesh's first-innings total on day three of the second Test in Chittagong.

Warner's back-to-back tons in Bangladesh    

David Warner has been dismissed after scoring his 20th century to leave Australia 4-298 on day three of the second Test against Bangladesh.

Wade answers critics in bid for Ashes spot    

Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade is one of several players with plenty to prove ahead of the summer Ashes series.

Aussies battling subcontinent adversity    

Peter Handscomb was visibly ill as he batted through oppressive heat in Bangladesh, joining an illustrious group who battled similar conditions.

Aussies resume in second Test after rain    

Australia have resumed at 2-225 after a lengthy rain delay on day three of the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Lehmann lauds Lyon after seven-wicket haul    

Nathan Lyon claimed the equal second-best figures of his career during the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Snapshot for day two of the second Test

A snapshot of day two of the second Test between Australia and Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Gutsy Handscomb primes Aussies for success    

Peter Handscomb's brave effort in tough conditions has left Australia well-placed in the second Test against Bangladesh.

Bus drama ups security for Aust cricketers

A rock thrown at the team bus in Bangladesh has prompted extra security for Australia's cricket squad.

Khawaja will bounce back from axing: Lyon    

Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon is confident Usman Khawaja has plenty to offer during the Ashes despite being dropped in Bangladesh.

Snapshot for day one of the second Test    

A snapshot of day one of the second Test between Australia and Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Handscomb falls ill as Aussies reach 2-225

Australia have reached 2-225 at stumps on day two of the second Test in Chittagong in reply to Bangladesh's 305.

Lyon claims five wickets, Bangladesh 6-253    

Nathan Lyon claimed five wickets for Australia as Bangladesh reached 6-253 at stumps on day one of the second Test.

Lyon claims four wickets, Aussies on top    

Nathan Lyon has claimed four wickets to leave Australia in a strong position at tea on day one of the second Test against Bangladesh.

Lyon claims three wickets, Aussies on top    

Nathan Lyon has done the damage for Australia to leave Bangladesh on 3-70 at lunch on day one of the second Test.

Lyon strikes for Aussies in second Test    

Nathan Lyon has claimed two early wickets for Australia to leave Bangladesh 2-21 midway through the first session of the second Test.

Wade warms up with gloves in Chittagong    

Clear conditions in Chittagong have raised hopes of play on day one of Australia's second Test against Bangladesh.

Aussies 'embarrassed' by Dhaka loss: Smith    

Australian skipper Steve Smith has hit back at veteran paceman Peter Siddle's suggestion that the team got ahead of themselves in Bangladesh.

Handscomb dons gloves, Aussies weigh up XI    

Australia's XI for the second Test in Bangladesh remains a mystery, with Matthew Wade still at risk of losing his spot.

Struggling Aussies need new plans: Taylor    

Australia's batsmen must change their ways or risk facing another loss to Bangladesh in the second Test, former captain Mark Taylor says.

Dan Christian leads county to T20 title    

Nottinghamshire have won England cricket's Twenty20 competition, with captain Dan Christian providing some late-innings fireworks.

Warner ton provides blueprint for Renshaw    

Australian opener Matt Renshaw is hoping to replicate David Warner's success when the second Test against Bangladesh begins in Chittagong.

No gloves for Handscomb as Aussies train    

Matthew Wade could be spared the axe for the second Test against Bangladesh, with Peter Handscomb not donning the gloves at training.

Aussies deserve whack after bad loss: Boof    

Coach Darren Lehmann says criticism of Australia's cricketers is justified after their shock first Test loss to Bangladesh.

Drunk mistakes constant regret for O'Keefe    

Steve O'Keefe feared his Australian career was over after being fined for making drunken inappropriate comments towards a female cricketer.

Meg Lanning heads to Scorchers in the WBBL    

Australian skipper and prolific run-scorer Meg Lanning will head west to play for Perth Scorchers in the Women's Big Bash League.

Bangladesh batsman fined for Wade send-off    

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has been fined for taunting Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade during the first Test in Dhaka.

Cummins, Agar showed true grit: Warner    

Australian vice-captain David Warner says the grit and determination shown by Pat Cummins and Ashton Agar in Bangladesh bodes well for subcontinent success.