Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath grabbed three wickets to put Bangladesh under pressure on the third day of the second and final Test in Colombo on Monday.
Colombo Sri Lanka defeats Bangladesh by seven wickets on the penultimate day of the second and final Test.
Jesse Hogan The Melbourne Stars accept the possibility that a second Big Bash League season without Champions League qualification for Shane Warne, plus his imminent threat of a second suspension, will diminish...
Greg Baum JACKSON BIRD'S first ball passed unremarkably, but the crowd clapped anyway because he was new to Test cricket and because this was Boxing Day at the MCG.
Andrew Wu KUMAR SANGAKKARA confirmed his spot as one of the greats of the modern game when he joined the exclusive 10,000-run club on Wednesday, but his teammates fluffed their lines on the Boxing Day stage as...
Greg Baum Jackson Bird's first ball passed unremarkably, but the crowd clapped anyway.
Andrew Wu Darren Berry and Shane Warne had razor sharp tongues during their playing days, most famously in an incident during a Shield game in the '90s that upset Adam Gilchrist.
Pace bowler Mitchell Johnson left Sri Lanka’s batsmen nursing broken bones as Australia claimed victory by an innings and 201 runs on day three of the second Test on Friday.
Lee Gaskin Welcome to Canberra's day-night cricket revolution.
Chris Barrett MITCHELL JOHNSON has hurt opposition batsmen before. Just ask Graeme Smith or Jacques Kallis, who have felt the full force of the Australian left-armer when he turns predator.
Dean Jones A professional approach reaps rewards for our boys.
Chris Barrett Just about every major professional international sport is now on board with the Olympics, except cricket.
Jesse Hogan When Australia's selectors next meet, they will not be able to use Boxing Day Test as a crutch for their decision.
Greg Baum Sri Lanka was rudely manhandled back to the beginning, suffering at Australia's hands its third heaviest defeat in Test cricket.
Andrew Wu SRI LANKA'S far from merry Christmas may be followed by an unhappy start to the new year after the shellshocked tourists were rocked by news of a tour-ending injury to star batsman Kumar Sangakkara.
Bandula Jayasekara It is true the Sri Lankans lost in Hobart after a fight and lost badly in Melbourne. We give credit to the Australian team for winning the Test series.
Andrew Wu SRI LANKA have suffered enough injuries playing cricket this summer, and now another player has broken down, this time playing football, as their nightmare tour of Australia continued on Wednesday.
Chris Barrett TWO Sri Lankans were put in hospital by Mitchell Johnson's pace assault in Melbourne, and Michael Clarke says his quartet of fast bowlers will look to exploit the tourists' vulnerability to short...
Chris Barrett Australia will play four pacemen at the SCG for the first time in more than 50 years.
Michael Chammas LAHIRU THIRIMANNE was rushed into Australia this week to cover for injuries but he still had enough time to pack the fight most of his teammates left at home in Sri Lanka.