Brad Haddin will replace Michael Clarke as Australia's captain in the upcoming Test series against Pakistan if the injured incumbent is unable to play.
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JON TUXWORTH Allan Border has backed Brad Haddin to shoulder keeping and captaincy duties in Michael Clarke's absence.
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Former Australia coach Mickey Arthur believes promising allrounder Mitch Marsh is ready to succeed in the Test arena if given the chance.
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Greg Buckle Australian captain Michael Clarke remains on track to play in the first Test against Pakistan beginning on October 22, despite being ruled out of the preceding one-day series.
JESSE HOGAN Michael Clarke is on track to play in next month's first Test against Pakistan, Cricket Australia says, despite its edict restricting him from running for at least a fortnight.
Batsman Phil Hughes has come to terms with life on the fringe of the Australian cricket team.
Simon Evans Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored his 30th Test ton for the West Indies as Bangladesh collapsed to a 2-0 series defeat.
Phil Hughes will replace injured skipper Michael Clarke in Australia's one-day international squad for next month's series against Pakistan.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a relapse of his cancer.
After quitting last summer's Ashes tour in a blaze of controversy, England batsman Jonathan Trott now says he is ready for an international recall.
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.
DAVID POLKINGHORNE Canberra fast bowler confident he can make his Sheffield Shield debut this summer.
Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque defied the West Indies through a shortened afternoon session as Bangladesh, set a victory target of 489, reached 2-114 at tea on the fourth day of the second and final Test at the Beausejour Stadium.
Retired spinner Saqlain Mushtaq defends the controversial "doosra" delivery he invented, which has come under renewed scrutiny since fellow Pakistani Saaed Ajmal's chucking ban.
Suspended Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is hoping to compete in next year's World Cup, after completing a rehabilitation program at the National Cricket Academy.
Former Australian coach will replace the sacked Jamie Cox as high performance manager of South Australian cricket.
Bangladesh continued to struggle on its tour of the Caribbean as it ended the second day of the second and final test against West Indies trailing by 276 runs with just three first innings wickets remaining.
West Indies made a strong start to the second test against Bangladesh, their 500th test match, with a century stand from openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Leon Johnson setting them on the way to a first day total of 246 for three.
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Shahid Hashmi Pakistan's cricket chief has revealed that spinner Saeed Ajmal's arm extension was on average more than double the permitted limit during tests which led to the spinner's suspension from international cricket.
MALCOLM KNOX Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal is cricket's most effective spin bowler, with 178 Test wickets at an average of 28.10 and 323 wickets in all international cricket since 2011.
Jason Behrendorff aims for his Australian cricket dream as Perth Scorchers prepare for Champions League
CHRIS DUTTON Canberra fast bowler Jason Behrendorff has set his sights on a dream call up to the Australian team to cap off his remarkable rise through the cricketing ranks.
Former New Zealand cricket allrounder Chris Cairns has confirmed he will face perjury charges brought by the Metropolitan Police in the United Kingdom.