Ed Cowan confident day-night Tests will be successful but doubts pink balls visibility for spectators
Ed Cowan confident day-night Tests will be successful but doubts pink balls visibility for spectators

Australia batsman Ed Cowanis confident that the day-night Test cricket revolution would succeed when it is launched against New Zealand next year, but has doubts about the pink balls visibility to the spectators.

Australia cut Ed Cowan, Matthew Wade from contracts list

Australia have cut opening batsman Ed Cowan and wicketkeeper Matthew Wade from their list of 18 centrally-contracted players, but handed opener Phillip Hughes another chance to establish himself in the national set-up.

Mitchell Johnson secures bumper CA pay-rise close to 1 mln dollars

Australian pace sensation Mitchell Johnson has reportedly secured a bumper increase in pay close to one million dollars.

Speculation rises over Pietersen`s future following `cheap dismissal` in Sydney Test

Speculation has reportedly emerged over another high-profile exit after the Ashes finale in Sydney as England batsman Kevin Pietersen was tumbled out cheaply again in the midst of a dismal England batting display on day two at the SCG.

Cowan warns Root could blossom like Hussey at No.6

Australian Test opener Ed Cowan has said that England batsman Joe Root could blossom like Mike Hussey did in his team down the order at No.6.

Ed Cowan backs Bailey as genuine Test material

Australian cricketer Ed Cowan has backed his long-time Tasmanian teammate George Bailey as genuine Test material as he gets set to make his Ashes debut Down Under.

Ed Cowan backs Oz to `exploit` England`s loss of `valuable seamer` Bresnan

Australian Test opener Ed Cowan has said that the men from Down Under will be able to exploit England`s loss of valuable seamer Tim Bresnan for the first Test.

Oz media says Rogers, Warner, Cowan, Hughes, Finch all contenders to open in Ashes

The Australian media has claimed that there is a close fight between Chris Rogers, David Warner, Ed Cowan, Phil Hughes and Aaron Finch to claim the opener spots in the Ashes.

Ed Cowan focusing on Shield cricket to earn Oz Test recall

Australian cricket player Ed Cowan has admitted that after being dropped from the Australian team following the first Ashes Test, days turned into ordeals but he has also had plenty of time to work on his batting technique.

`Dumped` Cowan thrilled to lead Australia XI against Sussex

Australian batsman Ed Cowan will captain the XI squad in a three-day match against Sussex from Friday at the Sussex County Cricket Club ground, even though he has been dumped from the first and the second Tests.

Cowan, Starc dropped from Oz squad for second Ashes Test

Australian cricketers Ed Cowan and Mitchell Starc have been dropped from the squad for the second Ashes Test at Lord`s starting on Thursday, and have been replaced by Usman Khawaja and Ryan Harris.

Steve Smith, Cowan in squad for first Ashes Test, Warner out

Australian batsman Steve Smith has reportedly been chosen for the middle order batting post ahead of suspended opener David Warner, while Ed Cowan will bat at first drop against England in the first Ashes Test starting on Wednesday.

From death threats to Ashes dreams - Ahmed

Pakistan-born leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed has spoken of the death threats and intimidation he received before fleeing to Australia and getting a fairytale chance to play in the Ashes series in England starting this month.

More comfortable in middle order batting: Cowan

Evicted Australian opener Ed Cowan has said that he believes that he has the game to fit in one of the three other batting spots up for grabs for the Ashes.

Oz media says `controversial` Warner `in serious danger` of jeopardizing Ashes hopes

Controversial Australian opener David Warner is in serious danger of jeopardizing his future for the Ashes, despite being spared an early flight home from England, according to the Australian media.

`Frustrated` Warne says Oz selectors `still don`t know best XI`

Former Australia spinner Shane Warne has expressed his frustration with the selectors, saying that he believes that the number of opening batsmen in their Ashes squad suggested that the selectors still could not figure out the best XI.

English county cricket to see Australian influx this season

England`s County Championship cricket will have an Australian influence this season as 18 of the total 28 overseas players announced by the county sides are from Down Under.

Nottinghamshire defends signing Oz opener Cowan ahead of Ashes

English county side Nottinghamshire has defended their decision to sign Australian opener Ed Cowan ahead of crucial Ashes this year.

Arthur shouldn`t be made scapegoat for the debacle: Warne

Spin legend Shane Warne today defended Australian coach Mickey Arthur despite the team`s dismal show in the ongoing four-Test rubber, saying the South African should not be made ‘scapegoat’ after the series.

India vs Australia 2013: Australia’s fall from grace

To don the ‘Baggy Green’ is the greatest honour an Australian Cricketer can dream of. To lose it however, is quite another story.