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 He helped Josh Hazlewood collect his first Test wicket, but Peter Siddle has insisted he is not finished as a Test bowler as he confronts the prospect of missing a Boxing Day Test for the first time...
Chloe Saltau The revised schedule has been blamed for dismal crowds at the Brisbane Test, but the poor attendances raised fresh questions over whether Perth should have been awarded an India Test instead.
Chloe Saltau From the list of players who could have replaced Mitchell Marsh for the Boxing Day Test, none screamed, "Pick me!", but Joe Burns has a chance to fill the void in Australian batting towards next...
Chloe Saltau Injury worries for David Warner and Mitch Marsh have complicated Australia's Boxing Day Test plans, but could prove beneficial for struggling No.3 Shane Watson.
Chloe Saltau They made hard work of the run chase, but Australia defeated India by four wickets in the Brisbane Test after a wrecking-ball performance from Mitchell Johnson caused the touring side to implode.
Chloe Saltau The destructive batsman in Mitchell Johnson was unleashed but India have mounted yet another fightback in the second Test.
Chloe Saltau Indian spinner Ravi Ashwin says he saw Shane Watson's dismissal coming and orchestrated the Australian batsman's downfall on the second day of the Gabba's Test.
Chloe Saltau With Australia in need of a captain's knock, Steve Smith is manning the barricades at the Gabba.
Chloe Saltau The Indian board's obstinate refusal to use the decision review system is becoming untenable after another of its players was left shaking his head in disbelief at a dreadful umpiring decision on the...
Chloe Saltau Australia is down a bowler in sweltering heat in Brisbane after Mitchell Marsh left the field with a hamstring injury.
Chloe Saltau Australia's young quicks wilted in the oppressive Brisbane heat, another bowler was lost to injury and India's batsmen were well on top at the Gabba fortress.
Chloe Saltau Brad Haddin is the ideal man to lead Australia through the remainder of the Border-Gavaskar series because of his broad range of experiences, says former Test and NSW spinner Stuart MacGill.
Chloe Saltau Michael Clarke's World Cup dream hangs by a thread as Australian cricket bosses digest the captain's fears that he will never play again.
Chloe Saltau India's refusal to accept the decision review system in its current form meant four umpiring howlers of the kind the system was designed to eliminate went unchallenged on the tense final day of the...
Chloe Saltau Nathan Lyon spun Australia to a remarkable 48-run win over India in the first Test at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
Chloe Saltau It's the uncomfortable conversation the selectors have to have.Do they stick with Chris Rogers, who has averaged just 22.
Chloe Saltau Tempers boiled over between Australia and India in Adelaide, and David Warner won the fight to set up an engrossing finish to the Adelaide Test.
Chloe Saltau India's acting captain Virat Kohli has brought his reputation as a fighter to bear on the Adelaide Test.
Chloe Saltau The man most likely to lead Australia into the next Test if Michael Clarke can't is in the grip of an alarming batting slump, but Cricket Australia says it's too soon to anoint a younger leader.
Chloe Saltau Michael Clarke and Steve Smith, captain courageous and his heir apparent, have found a way through the myriad challenges of the past fortnight to flatten India on the second day of the...