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IND vs AUS: Harbhajan Singh takes a dig at Australia, calls present team as their worst ever

IND vs AUS: Harbhajan Singh takes a dig at Australia, calls present team as their worst ever

Australia scored 469 in the practice game but that's against an India A side in which there aren't any of the first team players of the Test side.

Australian Cricket team load own luggage soon after arriving in India – See Pics!

Australian Cricket team load own luggage soon after arriving in India – See Pics!

The first Test begins on February 23 at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium in Pune.

Mystery solved! Here's why Josh Hazlewood's hand only has four fingers in the picture

Mystery solved! Here's why Josh Hazlewood's hand only has four fingers in the picture

The photographer, Matt King, who clicked the picture was also astonished seeing his capture.

Australia vs South Africa: Pressure mounts, as crisis deepens in Aussie team post another batting collapse

Australia vs South Africa: Pressure mounts, as crisis deepens in Aussie team post another batting collapse

The Proteas skittled the Australians for just 85 off 32.5 overs on a seaming Bellerive pitch on Saturday for a record-low home total against South Africa.

Australian tour of Bangladesh in doubt after delegates head home

Australian tour of Bangladesh in doubt after delegates head home

The security delegation that was sent to Bangladesh to determine whether or not it was safe for Australia`s cricket team to visit the Asian country are on their way home, prompting speculation the tour will be called off.

Self-pride reduced to Ashes, Michael Clarke's time was up

Cricket is a fickle game. Michael Clarke, who was holding Australia's fifth World Cup trophy few months ago, was fighting tears post the fourth Ashes Test.

Chris Rogers: The man who helped Australia rebuild during transition phase

Chris Rogers: The man who helped Australia rebuild during transition phase

Australia received yet another setback with the news of Chris Rogers announcing his retirement after the 5th Ashes Test. The veteran left-hander, who has played 24 Tests for his country, has been the backbone of the team since he made his comeback in whites in 2013 Ashes series.

Ashes 2015: Brad Haddin flies back home early for family reasons

Ashes 2015: Brad Haddin flies back home early for family reasons

Veteran Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has left the Ashes tour of England to fly back home for family reasons, a team spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia call-up Steve Waugh for words of wisdom

Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia call-up Steve Waugh for words of wisdom

Australia have called up former captain Steve Waugh for advice as they prepare for the World Cup quarter-final against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.

Australia forced to choose team early `for marketing`

Australia forced to choose team early `for marketing`

Australian selector Mark Waugh says his panel will name the team for next month`s opening Test with India early "for marketing purposes".

Struggling Aussies going the Windies way: John Benaud

Former selector John Benaud feels the national cricket team`s continuing decline is similar to the one endured by the mighty West Indies, blaming it on complacency during the period of domination.

I will be fit for opening Test, says Clarke

Recovering from a hamstring problem, Michael Clarke remains a doubtful starter for the second warmup game but the Australian skipper is confident that he will be fit for the opening Test against India beginning in Chennai on February 22.

Watson returns to international cricket ahead of India tour

With the four-Test series against India round the corner, Shane Watson will look to touch up his batting skills at international level following his inclusion in Australia`s 13-member one-day side for the next two matches against the West Indies.

No century but hard work pays off for Watson

Shane Watson again showed why he is Australia`s man for all occasions when he ground his way to a vital half-century on the first day of the second Test against West Indies.

Slow day for Australia and West Indies

Australia and West Indies shared the honours on a slow opening day in the second Test at Queen`s Park Oval in Trinidad on Sunday.

Arthur eyeing Oz improvement to win ODI series against Windies

Australian coach Micky Arthur has said his team needs to improve on their current performances against a resilient West Indies team in the one-day series.

Watson not surprised by West Indies fighting spirit

Australian skipper Shane Watson is not surprised by the fighting spirit shown by the West Indies so far in the one-day series.

I`d love to play Test cricket again: Doherty

Xavier Doherty will love to play Test cricket again but he is currently enjoying being a key figure in the Australian one-day team.

Confident Australia arrive for Windies battle

The Australian cricketers have arrived here bubbling with confidence and champing at the bit to face the West Indies.

Ricky Ponting believes Ed Cowan has potential for long Test career

Ricky Ponting believes opening batsman Ed Cowan can be a long term prospect for Australian cricket, after the pair hit centuries for Tasmania.