David Sygall IT MAY seem fanciful to pinpoint blistering pace as an advantage against a team featuring Dale Steyn.
Australia were struck a serious blow on the eve of the second Test against India after paceman Stuart Clark was ruled out due to an inflamed elbow.
Daniel Brettig Australian player concerns about venturing to terrorism-affected New Delhi next month have been given voice by Stuart Clark.
Chris Barrett Australia's single-minded determination to regain the Ashes has led officials to tell Big Bash League franchises that Test players will not be available for the Twenty20 tournament.
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.
Tom Decent England are already feeling the heat on and off the pitch, and things are only going to get worse, with the weather bureau predicting the third Test in Perth will be the hottest Test in the west for...
Jesse Hogan England was not prepared for paucity of loose deliveries from Mitch Johnson.
Andrew Wu The adage that Australian cricket is strong when NSW is strong could not have rung more true in a summer where both country and state have made giant strides in the long climb back from the outhouse...
Chris Barrett It was the trip to Sin City that never was. In a year in which David Warner has bounced from one controversy to another, he copped additional heat for taking off to Las Vegas to party last month...
Among the questions asked before every summer is whether Australia will pick four fast bowlers for the opening Test in Brisbane.
Chris Barrett Australia is seriously considering fielding four fast bowlers in first Test against England if all-rounder Shane Watson is deemed unfit to bowl.
For more than 20 years Sachin Tendulkar terrorised bowlers. Fairfax Media's cricket columnist, the late Peter Roebuck, witnessed all 11 Test centuries the Little Master plundered against the...
Andrew Wu and Chris Barrett Sydney Sixers boss slams decision to withdraw Shane Watson midway through Twenty20 Champions League campaign in South Africa, saying Cricket Australia's high-performance team ''don't give two hoots''...
Andrew Wu DURBAN: They might be playing for a $US2.5 million ($2.41 million) bounty but the Sydney Sixers' relaxed attitude is being credited with their unbeaten run at the Champions League.
Andrew Wu Every Big Bash team around the country will be hoping the Sydney Sixers become the victim of their own success or there may be no stopping the magenta juggernaut.
Chloe Saltau and Andrew Wu Pat Cummins was sore during final week of Sydney Sixers' Champions League campaign.
Chloe Saltau, Andrew Wu Patrick Cummins was sore for the final week of the Sydney Sixers' Champions League campaign, raising questions about whether the young fast bowler should have played the final stages of the lucrative...
Chloe Saltau Young paceman faces a second summer on the sidelines with a bone stress fracture.
Chloe Saltau PAT CUMMINS asked the physio to delete the slides revealing a slight crack in his lower back. But no amount of wishful thinking can erase the questions it poses about Australia's injury management...
Andrew Wu PAT HOWARD is taking responsibility for Shane Watson's latest injury, which has highlighted the conflict between Cricket Australia's high-performance department and its commercial arm.