Adam Cooper

Adam Cooper joined The Age in 2011 after a decade with AAP, the country's news service. Email or tweet Adam with your news tips.

Axing disrupts India's Test preparation

By Adam Cooper And Daniel Brettig India is fending off angry reactions from home which have put a major distraction into the tourists' camp ahead of the final cricket Test against Australia.

India again threaten Australia's streak

By Adam Cooper India threatens to again break Australia's record winning streak after an inspired second-day performance stunned the home side.

Loose shots cost India first-day honours

By Adam Cooper Another tireless Brett Lee performance helped Australia gain the advantage of the first day of the third cricket Test.

Aussies to unleash four quicks on India

By Adam Cooper Speedsters Brett Lee and Shaun Tait will bowl short bursts at full throttle as Australia backed an all-pace attack to create cricket history in the third Test.

Kirsten advises India to bat positive

By Adam Cooper Incoming India coach Gary Kirsten will advise the tourists that good batting conditions await them if they embrace the bouncy WACA Ground wicket.

Harbhajan could give India a new dilemma

By Adam Cooper Harbhajan Singh's likely eligibility for the third cricket Test against Australia could leave India with a major selection dilemma.

India back The Wall to rebound

By Adam Cooper India are confident Rahul Dravid, suffocated by Australia's pacemen in the first Test, will bounce back in the second Test at the SCG on Wednesday.

Johnson hopes Indian batsmen fear him

By Adam Cooper An impressive record against India has Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson hoping the tourists fear him, ahead of the second cricket Test at the SCG.

India needs miracle to win first Test

By Adam Cooper Only a remarkable Indian batting turnaround and the rewriting of history can prevent Australia winning the first cricket Test at the MCG.

India at Australia's mercy in first Test

By Adam Cooper Australia have India at their mercy in the first cricket Test at the MCG after their pacemen gave nothing but got plenty in return.

Australia still pack punch, says Ponting

By Adam Cooper Ricky Ponting believes Australia still pack their punch against India post Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath.

India likely to play two spinners at MCG

By Adam Cooper India are set to play to their strengths of batting big and spinning the ball in tandem against Australia in the first cricket Test at the MCG.

Headaches for India against Victoria

By Adam Cooper A second-string Victorian attack and rain provided India with their share of headaches on the opening day of the first match of their Australian tour.