ICC Cricket World Cup final: Michael Clarke bristles at claims his style is redundant in modern ODI game
Andrew Wu The later Michael Clarke has to walk to the crease in Sunday's World Cup final the better it will be for Australia but do not tell the skipper his team is better off without him.
Chris Barrett and Andrew Wu Indians not only had the numbers in the grandstands at the World Cup semi-final, but also in the corporate boxes.
ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final 2015: Steve Smith's golden run against India continues in World Cup semi-final
Andrew Wu Century for Steve Smith. It's a phrase which has become part of the soundtrack of this season, one which MS Dhoni must be sick of hearing though it will be ringing in his ears on the long flight home...
Andrew Wu Virat Kohli thinks it will bring Australia undone but Michael Clarke is embracing the pressure that comes with the once in a lifetime opportunity of playing a World Cup final on home soil.
ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final: Shane Warne makes impromptu appearance at Australia's training session
Andrew Wu After the drama he's had with Darren Lehmann, you would have thought Shane Warne would have been the last person seen at an Australian training session.
Andrew Wu There has been a suspicion throughout the summer India's sole goal in Australia was not the Tests or the tri-series but the World Cup - and victory on Thursday will go a long way to forgetting those...
Andrew Wu If you thought there was tension between Michael Clarke and Australia's selectors, that's nothing compared with what is happening in England.
Andrew Wu There is a widely held perception that Pakistan is a team of mercurial match-winners who are hot when they're on and terrible when they're off, but their captain Misbah-ul-Haq could not be more...
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu Cricket doesn't do contract sagas like the football codes but there is one that has dominated discussion at Driver Avenue in recent weeks that is about to reach its conclusion.
Andrew Wu When Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and decided to bat, the first act in the nightmare of every South African cricket fan had been played out.
Andrew Wu The best potential match-up of the semi-finals may not be Australia v India or even New Zealand v South Africa, it might not even be on the field.
Andrew Wu South Africa are turning to an adventurer, who has dodged the piranhas and alligators of the Amazon and circumnavigated the equator, used by several champion sides as they attempt to shed the tag of...
Andrew Wu It's not quite the gift Ricky Ponting received from his teammates after his Test career but Mitchell Johnson was chuffed nevertheless with how his 150th one-day international appearance was...
Andrew Wu Eoin Morgan says all responsibility for England's World Cup failure lies with the players, but has urged selectors to stick with the same group for the English summer.
Andrew Wu After all that England have been through this summer, it would have been fitting had England finished their World Cup campaign the butt of one last joke.
Andrew Wu Former Tasmania coach Tim Coyle is among the contenders to replace Cathryn Fitzpatrick as the new coach of the Southern Stars.
Andrew Wu When England's cricketers left Australia last summer few imagined they would be plunging even lower just over 12 months later.
Andrew Wu Ashes winning captain Michael Vaughan has urged England to get more former players involved in the game in a bid to rejuvenate the team after their abject failure at the World Cup.
Andrew Wu Michael Clarke and the selectors may not have seen eye to eye recently but the captain is doing his darndest to show he is on the same page with the powers that be in Australian cricket.
Andrew Wu There's a left-arm paceman who is shaping as an integral part of Australia's bid for World Cup glory and his name is not Mitchell.