Australia announce Sri Lanka tour schedule; to play 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20Is

Australia announce Sri Lanka tour schedule; to play 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20Is

Australia last played a series in Sri Lanka in 2011.

ICC World Cup 2015: Australia vs Sri Lanka - As it happened...

ICC World Cup 2015: Australia vs Sri Lanka - As it happened...

Despite a superb hundred by veteran batsmen Kumar Sangakkara, Australian pacers maintained their cool to bowl their team to a 64-run win over Sri Lanka.

ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Sri Lanka defeat Australia by 20 runs, move to semis

Live updates from the 12th match of the ICC Champions Trophy being played between Australia and Sri Lanka.

Australia face do-or-die battle against Sri Lanka in CT

Australia will have to put Warner`s bar brawl controversy and questions surrounding their team culture behind them when they take on Sri Lanka in their final league fixture.

CA asks ICC to adopt fan-centric approach to rain-marred games

Embarrassed by the abandonment of last month`s ODI against Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Cricket Australia has written to the ICC to implore possibilities of relaxing its standards for the resumption of rain-affected matches.

Starc says batting credentials still not good enough to brand him all rounder

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc has downplayed talks about his batting ability after impressing with the bat during the recently concluded one-day series against Sri Lanka.

Sprained ankle leaves Michael Clarke doubtful for final Lanka ODI

Australian skipper Michael Clarke twisted his ankle during a training session leaving him uncertain of participating in Wednesday’s fifth and final ODI against Sri Lanka.

‘Australia desperate to find Hussey’s replacement in ODI squad’

Cricket Australia’s failure to find an appropriate replacement of veteran Michael Hussey in the limited over team is now haunting them as the team is struggling to score runs on seamer-friendly wickets against Sri Lanka, according to cricket writer, Chris Barret.

Shaun Marsh recalled to Australian T20 squad

An impressive show in a domestic Twenty20 competition has landed six Australian cricketers a place in the national squad that will face Sri Lanka later this month.

Five star McKay drives Australia to series win

Clint McKay claimed five wickets as Australia claimed victory in the third final of the CB series by 16 runs.

Mitchell Starc suffers calf injury

Australian pace sensation, Mitchell Starc, sustained a calf injury which will keep him out of Sunday’s ODI against Sri Lanka.

Australia vs Sri Lanka Sydney Test, Day 2: As it happened...

Live score and live updates of the Day 3 of Sydney Test between Australia vs Sri Lanka.

Sydney Test, Day 1: Bird picks up 4 as Sri Lanka bowled out for 294

Live score: Australia vs Sri Lanka Sydney Test, Day 1

Watson sustains calf injury

Australia cricketer Shane Watson sustained a left calf injury Thursday during the Boxing Day Test match against Sri Lanka here at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Boxing Day Test, Day 2: Australia 440-8 at stumps, leads Sri Lanka by 284

Mitchell Johnson hit a confident half century to steady Australia to 440-8 and a 284-run lead over Sri Lanka at stumps today following a mid-order collapse on the second day of the second Test.

Australia vs Sri Lanka Boxing Day Test, Day 2: As it happened...

Live score of the Day 2 of the Boxing Day Test being played between Australia and Sri Lanka at Melbourne.

Muralitharan says Lyon not ‘good enough’ to hassle Lankan batsmen

Muttiah Muralitharan has said Australia’s Nathan Lyon doesn’t possess enough skills to hassle Sri Lankan batsmen.

Tamil group plans protest at 2nd Test in Melbourne

A group supporting Sri Lanka`s Tamil ethnic minority says it will protest at the December 26 cricket Test against Australia.

Aussie women complete 3-0 sweep of ODI series

Australian women completed a 3-0 clean sweep of their One-day International series against their Indian counterparts when they won the third and final match by five wickets, here today.

Lack of partnerships upfront did us: Jayawardene

Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene rued the lack of partnerships upfront as they lost to Australia by 16 runs in the last and decisive final of the cricket tri-series on Thursday.