Chloe Saltau

Chloe Saltau

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.

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Small matter between Jimmy Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja revives bigger issues

Chloe Saltau What happened in the corridor? In the absence of CCTV cameras between the playing field and the dressing rooms at Trent Bridge, we might never know.

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Team warned of risk to Pattinson

Sports scientists warned that James Pattinson would break down during last summer's Sydney Test against India.

Chloe Saltau, Colombo Cricket Australia is under scrutiny for the way it handles its young fast bowlers after admitting it was warned by sports scientists that James Pattinson would break down during last summer's Sydney...

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Australia annihilates India in Colombo

Australia twenty20 320

Chloe Saltau Australia has destroyed India with a performance of such force as to send tremors through the World Twenty20 field.

Bring on Proteas: Bailey

cricket By Chloe Saltau WAS that a choke? In the scheme of South Africa's painful history at big events, probably not, but Australian captain George Bailey still believes the Proteas will be under enormous pressure in...

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Proteas under pressure

Under pressure: South Africa captain A. B. de Villiers.

Chloe Saltau, Colombo Australian captain George Bailey believes the Proteas will be under enormous pressure in tonight's Super Eights game.

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We are top dogs, says Pup

Michael Clarke

Chloe Saltau The new India, which showed up at the MCG on Friday, has not shaken Michael Clarke.

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Wade may have the gloves for keeps

Matthew Wade.

Chloe Saltau Matthew Wade is making Brad Haddin's future less secure with every outing.

Little Master poser

After Sachin Tendulkar's poor showing in the one-day series, there have been calls for him to be dropped.

Chloe Saltau After Ricky Ponting, the knives are out for Indian great, Sachin Tendulkar.

End in sight for India's sorry tour

Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni jabs his finger in anger at umpire Billy Bowden after a contentious decision in a recent one-day international.

Chloe Saltau India's sorry tour of Australia is set to mercifully end in Hobart tonight.