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.

"Embarrassed" captain Bailey laments Australia shocker

A dejected and embarrassed George Bailey lamented Australia`s exit from the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh, labelling the 73-run capitulation to India the worst batting performance during his tenure as captain.

"Poor" Haddin ready for a break: Australia coach Lehmann

Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin would be disappointed with his form at the World T20 in Bangladesh after outstanding test series against England and South Africa, according to coach Darren Lehmann.

Sammy hopes to silence chirpy Australians in crucial game

West Indies captain Darren Sammy wants his team to silence the chirpy Australians in Friday`s World Twenty20 match, the outcome of which will likely determine the fate of both teams in the tournament.

It`s Maxwell versus Gayle as Australia take on West Indies

Chris Gayle will be itching to get back to his power-hitting ways when West Indies lock horns with Australia, who will depend on Glenn Maxwell`s pyrotechnics, during their crucial Group 2 League encounter of the ICC World Twenty20 here tomorrow.

Twenty20: Australia all set to lift their maiden World T20 title

Australia have won the most number of ICC World Cup’s, four, in the history of the game. However, the ICC World Twenty20 is entering into its fifth edition and surprisingly Aussies haven’t lifted the trophy yet.

Clarke admits was `out of line` following verbal brawl with Philander

Australian captain Michael Clarke reportedly admitted that he had been out of order following a heated exchange with South Africa`s Vernon Philander during the closing stages of their third and final Test at Newlands .

India need 140-kph bowlers for 2015 World Cup: Brett Lee

Wishing for a match-up between his home country Australia and title holders India in the 2015 ICC World Cup final, retired fast bowler Brett Lee on Tuesday said the defending champions` biggest task would ahead of the mega-event would be to find pacers who can bowl at 140-kph.

Australia`s tour of South Africa: Fast bowling at its best

The most high-profile series of the year between Australia and South Africa is certainly justifying its top billing. In the three-match Test series, two matches are already being played and the series is well poised with 1-1 at the moment.

Haddin says `Gen Y ` Oz players have potential to change game

Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin has hailed the ` Generation Y` players of his team and said that they have the potential to change the game.

Hogg to become sixth-oldest player to represent Oz in 137 yrs after inclusion in World T20 squad

Australian selectors have reportedly included veterans Brad Hogg and Brad Hodge in the squad for next month`s Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh.

`Brad` pack to lead evergreen Australia at T20 World Cup

Australia have opted for experience over youth in an attempt to win a maiden World Twenty20 title by selecting veterans Brad Hogg, Brad Hodge and Brad Haddin in their 15-man squad for the tournament in Bangladesh next month.

4th ODI: Buttler-inspired England taste first victory in Australia

It took them almost three months, but England finally notched their first win of their horrific Australian tour in the fourth one-day international against Australia at the WACA Ground Friday.

Australia bring in new blood for South Africa tour

After a stunning Ashes triumph, Australia added specialist batsmen to a 15-man squad unveiled on Monday for the upcoming tour against world number one South Africa.

Australia rest stars for final ODIs v England

With the one-day series already won, Australia announced that several stars will miss one or both of the remaining matches against England in Perth next Friday and Adelaide on Sunday.

3rd ODI: Warner, Marsh guide Australia to seven-wicket win over England

David Warner and Shaun Marsh smashed fifties to complement their bowlers` efforts as Australia crushed England by seven wickets in the third one-day international in Sydney on Sunday to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.

3rd ODI: Australia look to open England`s `scars` wider, says Haddin

Australia will be looking to open England`s "scars" and close out the one-day series tomorrow, keeper Brad Haddin said after his team`s thrilling one-wicket victory over the luckless tourists in Brisbane.

Johnson rested from opening ODI with England

Ashes man-of-the-series Mitchell Johnson will be rested from the opening one-day international against England to freshen up for the rest of the series, Australia coach Darren Lehmann said on Thursday.

Brad Haddin: Australia’s ageing disaster management expert

Haddin has had a great run in last ten Tests.

The Ashes: Clarke, Lehmann thank fans for relentless support through tough times

After thrashing England 5-0 to reclaim the Ashes, Australian skipper Michael Clarke thanked all his fans for their support through the tough times faced by the team in the last one year.