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.
South African paceman Morne Morkel the danger man for Australian captain Michael Clarke, says Mike Hussey
Chloe Saltau Mike Hussey expects his taller compatriot Morne Morkel to pose the Australian captain.
Chloe Saltau David Warner has again come out swinging on the eve of the Ashes, asserting that England, despite winning the last three series, fears Australia.
Chloe Saltau In fewer than 140 characters, Australia have thrown down the gauntlet to South Africa's Dale Steyn-led pace attack.
Chloe Saltau Faces in the Australian attack are not much different from the 2010-11 Ashes.
Chloe Saltau Chris Rogers has booked himself a ticket for Australia's tour of South Africa with a match-winning century during which he could at times have been mistaken for his dashing opening partner David...
Chloe Saltau There is no escaping the feeling that unless Bailey produces something special, he's gone.
Chloe Saltau Peter Siddle's world ranking proof of readiness to lead attack in the first Test.
Chloe Saltau Australia's Ashes outlook has brightened in the past month as England lost, in turn, its most dangerous batsman, its No.1 Test ranking and, last night, suddenly, its captain.
Chloe Saltau AUSTRALIA's Ashes outlook has brightened significantly in the past month as England lost, in chronological order, their most dangerous batsman, their No.
Chloe Saltau COLOMBO: Australia's World Twenty20 juggernaut, powered by Shane Watson, gathered further momentum last night with a thrashing of South Africa, who cannot shake their habit of freezing at ICC events.
Chloe Saltau, Colombo Australia's World Twenty20 juggernaut, powered by Shane Watson, gathered further momentum on Sunday night with a thrashing of South Africa.
Chloe Saltau Australia's World Twenty20 juggernaut, powered by Shane Watson, gathered further momentum last night with a thrashing of South Africa, who cannot shake their habit of freezing at ICC events.
Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau and Phil Lutton With the opening Test of the summer starting tomorrow, Fairfax cricket writers Chris Barrett, Chloe Saltau and Phil Lutton discuss what looms as an intriguing match against South Africa.
Chloe Saltau Australia draws up dossier of detailed plans to unsettle each of South Africa's batsmen.
Chloe Saltau MORNE MORKEL poses a very different challenge from his more celebrated pace partner Dale Steyn, but the Australian batsmen's record against one of the giants of the game suggests they have his...
Chloe Saltau South African captain ridicules aspects of Australia's game plan for the series.
Chloe Saltau The myth of the green Gabba monster grows fangs before each Brisbane Test, and the build-up to this series-opener against South Africa has been no different.
Chloe Saltau, Chris Barrett SOUTH AFRICA'S all-conquering pace arsenal fired blanks on the fourth day of the Brisbane Test, undermined by a flat pitch, ill-discipline and Australia's dominant batting.
Chloe Saltau SOUTH AFRICA captain Graeme Smith has ridiculed aspects of Australia's game plan for the series that will decide the No.1 Test ranking, and taken aim at the hosts' unproven top order.
Chloe Saltau, Brisbane Ed Cowan saved by a no-ball in the day's penultimate over as South Africa's quicks all but wipe out Australia's top order.