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India vs Australia, 4th ODI: Field umpire John Ward officiates under helmet

India vs Australia, 4th ODI: Field umpire John Ward officiates under helmet

Indian umpire Paschim Pathak was seen wearing a helmet during a Vijay Hazare Trophy match.

Ravi Shastri: No shame in being 0-3 down against Australia

Ravi Shastri: No shame in being 0-3 down against Australia

Shastri also backed the under-fire Indian bowlers to come good going forward.

Michael Hussey to lead PM's XI against New Zealand

Michael Hussey to lead PM's XI against New Zealand

Michael Hussey will lead the Prime Minister's XI against New Zealand in a one-day pink ball match at the Manuka Oval.

Australian PM's XI match on October 23

Australian PM's XI match on October 23

Cricket Australia (CA) on Friday confirmed that the annual Prime Minister's XI match will take place on October 23 at Manuka Oval against New Zealand.

ICC World Cup: Ireland left to rue the one that got away

ICC World Cup: Ireland left to rue the one that got away

Ireland got an early and painful reminder of what a fickle mistress cricket can be in their 201-run defeat at the hands of South Africa in their third World Cup match on Tuesday.

Hashim Amla is a rock: AB de Villiers

Hashim Amla is a rock: AB de Villiers

South Africa skipper AB de Villiers has praised Hashim Amla for his knock of 159 against Ireland on Tuesday, saying that the opener is a "rock".

South Africa`s Adrian Birrell bats for Ireland future

South Africa`s Adrian Birrell bats for Ireland future

South Africa`s assistant coach Adrian Birrell wants the decision to cut the next World Cup to 10 teams from 14 to be reversed, saying he did not want his former wards at Ireland to be left out.

ICC World Cup: I never felt so much pressure, says double-ton Chris Gayle

ICC World Cup: I never felt so much pressure, says double-ton Chris Gayle

West Indies opener Chris Gayle became the first batsman to score a World Cup double century on Tuesday and admitted he had never felt such pressure to perform.

ICC World Cup: West Indies upbeat for pivotal Zimbabwe match

ICC World Cup: West Indies upbeat for pivotal Zimbabwe match

The West Indies believe they have turned the corner as they prepare to face Zimbabwe in a pivotal Pool B World Cup match at Canberra`s Manuka Oval on Tuesday.

World Cup history offers hope to defeated Afghanistan

World Cup history offers hope to defeated Afghanistan

Afghanistan`s World Cup debut may have seen them go down to a crushing 105-run defeat by Bangladesh, but they can take comfort from how once emerging cricket nations have gone on to thrive on the global stage.

ICC World Cup 2015 : Real Afghanistan need to stand up, says coach

ICC World Cup 2015 : Real Afghanistan need to stand up, says coach

Afghanistan are at the World Cup to compete for victories and simply did not give a true account of themselves in their defeat to Bangladesh on their tournament debut, coach Andy Moles said on Wednesday.

We didn`t do ourselves justice, says Afghanistan coach Andy Moles

We didn`t do ourselves justice, says Afghanistan coach Andy Moles

Afghanistan coach Andy Moles lamented his team didn`t give a true reflection of the way they play their cricket after a comprehensive first up World Cup defeat to Bangladesh on Wednesday.

Shakib Al Hasan first Bangladeshi to 4,000 ODI runs

Shakib Al Hasan first Bangladeshi to 4,000 ODI runs

Shakib Al Hasan became the first Bangladesh cricketer to make 4,000 one-day international runs on Wednesday during the World Cup clash against Afghanistan.

ICC WC 2015: Bangladesh will be under pressure, says Afghan skipper

ICC WC 2015: Bangladesh will be under pressure, says Afghan skipper

 Afghanistan skipper Mohammad Nabi said Tuesday that it would be Bangladesh, and not them, who would be under pressure going into the World Cup Pool A encounter Wednesday.

Manuka Oval (Canberra)

Manuka Oval (Canberra)

The picturesque Manuka Oval is located in suburban Canberra and is famous for playing host to the annual fixture between Prime Minister's XI and an overseas touring side.

Sydney Sixers' Moises Henriques suspended for a BBL match

Sydney Sixers' Moises Henriques suspended for a BBL match

Sydney Sixers captain Moises Henriques was Friday handed a one-match suspension after being penalised for his side's slow over rate in Wednesday's KFC T20 Big Bash League (BBL) final against Perth Scorchers.

Cricket Australia swaps first two games of ODI tri-series

Cricket Australia swaps first two games of ODI tri-series

India will now take on Australia in the second ODI of the tri-series, also involving England, on January 18 after Cricket Australia decided to swap the first two matches to give appropriate recovery time to the Indian players following the rescheduling of the four-Test series.

South African spinner Imran Tahir in doubt for fourth ODI

South African spinner Imran Tahir in doubt for fourth ODI

South Africa could be without frontline spin bowler Imran Tahir for the fourth one-dayer against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground after he injured his knee in the 73-run defeat in Canberra on Wednesday.

Australia vs South Africa, 3rd ODI: Aaron Finch century helps Aus score 329

Australia vs South Africa, 3rd ODI: Aaron Finch century helps Aus score 329

Opener Aaron Finch cracked 109 off 127 balls as Australia amassed a formidable 329 for five off their 50 overs in the third one-day international against South Africa on Wednesday.

Australian capital to host maiden ODI

Cricket Australia and the Australian Capital Territory government announced Friday that the men`s cricket team will play its first ever one-day international match in 2013.