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Chris Barrett is a Sports Writer with The Sydney Morning Herald.
Chris Barrett Don't change a thing. That is the message from Ashes destroyer Mitchell Johnson as Australia prepare to field the same line-up in three consecutive Tests for the first time in seven years.
Chris Barrett The moment a batsman is more worried about their personal safety than preserving their wicket is a ''dangerous" situation, according to Australian opener Chris Rogers.
Chris Barrett For years, Chris Rogers was destined to be the answer to a sports trivia question: Who was the opening batsman who played the single Test for Australia in 2008, replacing the injured Matthew Hayden?...
Chris Barrett They say he can't bowl to left-handers so Dale Steyn has taken a novel approach to his first Test preparation - bowling at a cardboard cut-out in the Gabba nets to ensure his line and length are just...
Chris Barrett, Brad Walter BRIAN LARA first met Michael Clarke nearly 10 years ago outside the modest Cheddi Jagan International Airport, half an hour's drive south of the Guyana capital, Georgetown.
Chris Barrett, Andrew Wu SRI LANKA'S fast bowling attack is the worst to come to Australia and will not give the home team any clarity about its top order by the summer's end, says former Test paceman Rodney Hogg.
Chris Barrett Australian captain issues considered defence of much-maligned rest and rotation policy.
Chris Barrett TEST and one-day captain Michael Clarke has issued a considered defence of the much-maligned rest and rotation policy of selectors, saying Australia was no longer the team it once was and could not...
Chris Barrett Australia have been ground into the Andhra Pradesh dust and selectors, like Michael Clarke's helpless attack, are already in the firing line.
Chris Barrett HYDERABAD: India's latest double centurion Cheteshwar Pujara says Australia's batsmen have proven themselves to be vulnerable in subcontinental conditions and need to "apply themselves" to combat...
Chris Barrett Australia's problems in the lead-up to the Ashes stretch deeper than a drunken punch in a nightclub.
Chris Barrett DAVID Warner's early morning swing at Joe Root was not the first punch thrown in a Walkabout pub, nor will it be the last.