Factbox on the two-test series between Australia and Sri Lanka, which begins on Thursday (times in brackets GMT): SCHEDULE First test: Jan. 24-28 01:00 p.m. (0300) - The Gabba Second test: Feb. 1-5.. Reuters India - Published
Former Australia captain Smith will serve out the remainder of his 12-month ban from international and state cricket recuperating from surgery on his injured elbow, Cricket Australia said on Saturday. MailOnline - Published
India VS Australia 1st Test:Virat Kohli smashes Kuldeep Yadav in nets during practice. Team India's great batsman and captain Virat Kohli is practicing for the first match. videos of practice session..
Ishant addressed the media ahead of the upcoming four-match series, The biggest thing right now is to win the series and that's what everybody is focusing on right now. We are not even thinking about..
Earl Eddings was named the new chairman of Cricket Australia by the board on Wednesday, four weeks after taking up the post on a temporary basis when David Peever was forced to resign. MailOnline - Published
Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were all sanctioned after Bancroft attempted to alter the condition of the ball with sandpaper against South Africa in March Independent - Published Also reported by •MailOnline
Steve Smith and David Warner could have their one-year bans from international and state cricket reduced or adjusted after a review by the board of Cricket Australia (CA) this week. MailOnline - Published
Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were handed bans by Cricket Australia in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal during the Test series against South Africa this year. MailOnline - Published
Banned former Australia vice-captain David Warner walked off the field in protest during his innings after being sledged by an opponent during a Sydney grade cricket match. According to Cricket.. talkSPORT - Published
The former New South Wales batsman, who has been promoted from the role of chief operating officer, will take on the top job after James Sutherland announced his resignation in June. MailOnline - Published
Cricket Australia has closed its investigation into Moeen Ali's claim he was called 'Osama' during the opening Test of the 2015 Ashes series after failing to unearth new details. MailOnline - Published
The investigation into Moeen Ali’s claim he was called ‘Osama’ during the 2015 Ashes has been closed by Cricket Australia. The England all-rounder alleged in his autobiography that an unnamed.. talkSPORT - Published