When word 'successful' came back to haunt Michael Clarke!
When word 'successful' came back to haunt Michael Clarke!

Australian Test skipper Michael Clarke found himself in yet another embarrassing situation at a press conference ahead of the third Ashes Test after he once again goofed up between sex and success.

Australia won`t miss me, says retiring Ryan Harris
Australia won`t miss me, says retiring Ryan Harris

Ryan Harris backed Australia to mount a successful defence of the Ashes without him after announcing his retirement from all cricket just four days before the start of the first Test against England.

Ton-up Shaun Marsh stars in Australia tour opener
Ton-up Shaun Marsh stars in Australia tour opener

Shaun Marsh marked Australia`s opening match of their Ashes tour of England with a century against Kent at Canterbury on Thursday as he staked a claim to retain his Test place.

Mark Waugh wants Windies cricketers to improve on basics
Mark Waugh wants Windies cricketers to improve on basics

Former Australia batsman Mark Waugh says beleaguered West Indies must learn the art of improving on their fundamentals if they are to climb to the top of the world Test cricket rankings again.

Now we're ready for England, says Michael Clarke
Now we're ready for England, says Michael Clarke

Australia`s short Caribbean tour always looked like something of an hors d`oeuvres for the Ashes and captain Michael Clarke finally allowed himself to address the main course after wrapping up a comfortable 2-0 series sweep on Sunday.

Australian cricketers fund new club initiative
Australian cricketers fund new club initiative

Australia’s top cricketers have dug deep into their pockets to fund a new initiative that will narrow the gap between club and first-class cricket.

Australia's Chris Rogers to miss another Test due to concussion
Australia's Chris Rogers to miss another Test due to concussion

Australia opening batsman Chris Rogers will go into the Ashes series short of match fitness after being ruled out for a second consecutive test against West Indies due to concussion.

Australia's playing XI to be decided later: Darren Lehmann
Australia's playing XI to be decided later: Darren Lehmann

Australia cricket head coach Darren Lehmann says the selectors will wait until early next week to make up their minds about Australia's playing 11 for the first Test against the West Indies in Dominica.

Australian batsman Usman Khawaja on road to recovery
Australian batsman Usman Khawaja on road to recovery

 Australian batsman Usman Khawaja is set to pick up a cricket bat this week for the first time since injuring his knee last summer, and remains determined to lead Australia A on their tour of India in July.

IPL 8: Kings XI release Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Johnson for national duty
IPL 8: Kings XI release Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Johnson for national duty

Kings XI Punjab, who are out of contention for a play-off berth in the ongoing IPL, have allowed Shaun Marsh and Mitchell Johnson to return home ahead of Australia's tour of the West Indies beginning May 27.

I won't be Australia coach forever: Darren Lehmann
I won't be Australia coach forever: Darren Lehmann

Australia's World Cup-winning coach Darren Lehmann has hinted that he may not continue at the helm of affairs for an extended period, saying his role has a shelf life due to hectic international schedule and players' need also change.

Darren Lehmann limits his coaching tenure
Darren Lehmann limits his coaching tenure

Australia cricket chief coach Darren Lehmann says he has the "best job in the world" -- but don’t expect the Ashes and World Cup-winning coach to be doing it forever.

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.

Test snubbed Glenn Maxwell eyes county cricket to fuel test bid
Test snubbed Glenn Maxwell eyes county cricket to fuel test bid

Explosive Australia batsman Glenn Maxwell is eyeing a stint in English county cricket to further his test ambitions after missing out on a place in the tour squads for the Caribbean and England.

Steve Waugh backs paceman Mitchell Starc to be a test force
Steve Waugh backs paceman Mitchell Starc to be a test force

 Former Australia captain Steve Waugh has backed pace bowler Mitchell Starc to convert his World Cup form into the test team ahead of series against West Indies and England.

Renowned cricket commentator Richie Benaud passes away
Renowned cricket commentator Richie Benaud passes away

Former Australian skipper and renowned cricket commentator, Richie Benaud passed away, on Friday in Sydney.

Not expecting Australia's ODI captaincy: George Bailey
Not expecting Australia's ODI captaincy: George Bailey

Australia batsman George Bailey on Sunday said he is ready to resume his place in the middle-order following the retirement of Michael Clarke. But he added he's not expecting captaincy on a permanent basis.

Australia Test return main goal for James Faulkner
Australia Test return main goal for James Faulkner

Australia’s World Cup final hero James Faulkner on Saturday said he wasn't surprised he missed selection in the Ashes squad but pointed out that his main goal is to get back into the Australian Test squad.

West Indies will find Australia impossible to beat, says Brian Lara
West Indies will find Australia impossible to beat, says Brian Lara

West Indies batting legend Brian Lara has said his team would find it virtually "impossible" to win against Australia in their two-match Test series in June.

Spurned Joe Burns to plot Australia comeback in India
Spurned Joe Burns to plot Australia comeback in India

Queensland batsman Joe Burns is determined to avoid membership of the burgeoning club of Australian batsmen who have made brief cameos in the test team before permanently falling into obscurity.