AUS vs IND: Australia create history by winning 19th consecutive ODI match at home
AUS vs IND: Australia create history by winning 19th consecutive ODI match at home

The Australian side has won 18 of their last 19 ODI matches, while, one match ended without a result.

Nathan Lyon ready to spearhead Aussie bowling attack
Nathan Lyon ready to spearhead Aussie bowling attack

Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon has said that he is ready to step up in the absence of injured pace spearhead Mitchell Starc and recently retired Mitchell Johnson for the upcoming Test series against West Indies.

As veterans retire, 'excited` Steve Smith confident about young Australian side
As veterans retire, 'excited` Steve Smith confident about young Australian side

Intimidating speedster Mitchell Johnson is the latest Aussie cricketer to hang his boots.

Darren Lehmann wrestles with Australia's positive pace dilemma ahead of Ashes
Darren Lehmann wrestles with Australia's positive pace dilemma ahead of Ashes

Australia coach Darren Lehmann is delighted to be wrestling with a dilemma over which three of five pace bowlers will start the Ashes series against England in Cardiff next month.

World champion Australia extend lead over India in ODIs
World champion Australia extend lead over India in ODIs

World Cup winner Australia has doubled its lead over second-ranked India on the Reliance ICC ODI Team Rankings from six to 12 points while the West Indies, Bangladesh and Pakistan are now locked in a tight struggle for the remaining two slots in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

Cricket World Cup: Australia all-rounder Shane Watson savours World Cup lifeline
Cricket World Cup: Australia all-rounder Shane Watson savours World Cup lifeline

Australia all-rounder Shane Watson is savouring his second chance at the World Cup after his omission from the side left him convinced he had played his last match at the tournament.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, quarter-finals: Australia still the strongest, India not to be taken lightly
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, quarter-finals: Australia still the strongest, India not to be taken lightly

They might have lost one match in the tournament, but three-time World champions Australia are once again looking the most formidable team in cricket's biggest extravaganza.

World Cup 2015: Mitchell Starc difference in Australia's World Cup campaign
World Cup 2015: Mitchell Starc difference in Australia's World Cup campaign

Publicly labelled "soft" by former test bowler Shane Warne only a few months ago, paceman Mitchell Starc has come of age at the cricket World Cup and could prove key to Australia`s hopes of winning a fourth trophy.

Cricket World Cup: Australia to rest on Monday
Cricket World Cup: Australia to rest on Monday

The Australian cricket team will have a day off on Monday before assembling here on Tuesday ahead of their World Cup quarterfinal against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.

Michael Clarke recovery as expected, still has World Cup hopes
Michael Clarke recovery as expected, still has World Cup hopes

 Australia batsman Michael Clarke has said his recovery from surgery on his torn hamstring was progressing as expected and he still hoped to lead his country at next year`s World Cup.

Warner offers sympathy to `weak` Trott over stress related illness

Australian batsman David Warner, who reportedly caused offence during the Ashes last November by branding Jonathan Trott as `weak`, has reportedly offered sympathy to his old England rival for his stress recovery.

Starc inspired to replicate Johnson`s aggressiveness to bag Oz Test place

Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc has said that he needs to replicate the aggression and mental strength of pace sensation Mitchell Johnson, who has replaced him, in order to battle his way back into the Test team.

Warne feels Australia capable of reclaiming No.1 Test team spot

Spin legend Shane Warne feels the current Australian team is capable of claiming the number one spot in the Test rankings.

Shane Warne sells Melbourne mansion for USD 13.7 mln

Australian spin legend Shane Warne has sold his sprawling Melbourne home for around AUD 15 million (USD 13.7 million), reports said on Tuesday, amid speculation he is relocating to Britain.

James Anderson threatened to punch George Bailey: Shane Warne

Spin great Shane Warne says a threat by Jimmy Anderson to punch debutant George Bailey sparked the furious reaction by Australian skipper Michael Clarke in the first Test against England.

Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke sees no animosity after arm break sledge

Australian skipper Michael Clarke insists there is no animosity with England despite the final day of the first Test turning nasty with tailender James Anderson warned to expect a broken arm.

ICC planning to have third umpires explain decisions directly to match crowds

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is reportedly planning to have its third umpires publicly explain their decisions to crowds and television viewers, similar to Australia`s rugby league.

The Ashes: Australia delays naming team to play England

Captain Michael Clarke kept everyone guessing Wednesday about the final makeup of the Australia team for the opening Test against England, saying the selectors were still discussing it.

Arthur slams Haddin`s `insecurity` shot as `cheap`

Sacked Australian coach Mickey Arthur has slammed Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin for his scathing critique of his regime as `insecure`.