Chloe Saltau is the chief cricket writer at The Age, regularly covering international cricket and providing news, comment and analysis on international cricket. She joined The Age as a trainee in 1998 and spent several years writing for general news (chiefly as a social policy reporter covering welfare and family issues) before moving to sport.
Chloe Saltau and Andrew Wu Phil Hughes and Ryan Harris loom as potential inclusions for the first Test of the home summer, as Australia offers no excuses and no overnight solutions for the abysmal performances against Pakistan.
Chloe Saltau Greg Chappell has denied that a key event described in Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography took place, after the revered Indian batsman launched a withering assessment of the Australian's tenure as...
Chloe Saltau As the crack of ball on bat echoes around stadiums in the United Arab Emirates, where Pakistan has inflicted all manner of misery on Australia, the Gymkhana Club in Lahore is getting ready to stage a...
Chloe Saltau When it comes to picking a wicketkeeper to replace Brad Haddin, the selectors are spoilt for choice.
Chloe Saltau The wave of Asian migration will help make next year's World Cup the biggest event in Australia since the Sydney Olympics, according to Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland.
Chloe Saltau The global crackdown on throwing is evidence of the restructured International Cricket Council's ability to get things done, according to Cricket Australia chairman Wally Edwards.
Chloe Saltau If Australia's batsmen fancy some tips on facing Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah, they could do worse than put in a call to his cousin, Victorian leggie Fawad Ahmed.
Chris Barrett and Chloe Saltau Josh Hazlewood's rising status on the radar of national selectors will take another step forward on Wednesday when it's expected he will be named in Australia's squad for next month's one-day...
Chloe Saltau World Cup boss John Harnden admits there will be contingencies in place for a possible West Indies no-show, but insists he is confident the crisis in Caribbean cricket will be resolved well before...
Chloe Saltau What is Matthew Wade's best path back to the Australian team?
Chloe Saltau Will next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand be a lesser event for the ICC's crackdown on illegal bowling actions?
Chloe Saltau with The Telegraph As Kevin Pietersen's feud with his former employer reaches new levels of toxicity, it has emerged that the banished England star is planning to make a cameo appearance in Victorian grade cricket this...
Chloe Saltau Chris Rogers admits to a feeling of elation in the immediate aftermath of Saeed Ajmal's suspension for throwing.
Chloe Saltau Australia's plans for the Test series against Pakistan are hanging by the thread of allrounder Mitchell Marsh's damaged hamstring.
Chloe Saltau Cricket Australia will launch its own crackdown on throwing in domestic competitions this summer, bringing its testing regime into line with tough new global standards.
Chloe Saltau World cricket is 20 years too late to save a generation of spinners who can't bowl legally, according to a leading Australian spin coach.
Chloe Saltau with AFP Pakistan, already struggling with the absence of its best bowler and a rushed preparation for next month's series against Australia, has docked a dozen players including star allrounder Shahid Afridi...
Chloe Saltau Afghanistan's cricketers had a reality check this week when they saw Mitchell Johnson, with his rippling muscles and tough-guy sleeve tattoo, get out of his car at their training ground in Perth.
Chloe Saltau James Sutherland's reign as chief executive of Cricket Australia has been renewed with an unlimited tenure, just one year after the board withstood calls for his head.
Chloe Saltau Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the one-day series against Pakistan with a "significant" hamstring injury and is racing to be fit for the Tests.