The four Australia bowlers who’ve rebuked others for asking legitimate questions about their involvement in the infamous ball-tampering incident don’t understand that what cricket needs trumps what they want. They must be quiet while the game heals, writes RYAN VREDE.
Cricket is set to become less competitive due the proposed saliva ban the ICC is currently exploring, says Mitchell Starc.
Mitchell Starc reflects on the brilliant bowling performance by Australia’s frontline bowlers, and the stunning catch by Usman Khawaja, reducing India to 250-9 at stumps on the first day of the first Test in Adelaide.
Mitchell Starc and Mitchell Marsh are available for the third Test after they both passed a fitness test.
Australia are sweating over seamer Mitchell Starc, who was forced to sit out Monday’s training session with a sore calf.
Australia seamer Mitchell Starc has revealed he disagreed with captain Steve Smith’s plan to bowl to South Africa’s AB de Villiers at St George’s Park.
Mitchell Starc is the latest Australian to praise Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada, who will miss the rest of the series through suspension.
Mitchell Marsh praised his teammate Mitchell Starc whose five-for helped skittle the Proteas out for 162 at Kingsmead on Friday.
Mitchell Starc picking up the wicket of South Africa captain Faf du Plessis at Kingsmead is our Play of the Day.
Australia showed their confidence when they named an unchanged XI for the first Test against South Africa from the one that crushed England in the final Ashes clash.
Steve Waugh has praised the current Australian attack ahead of their Test series against South Africa, beginning at Kingsmead in Durban on Thursday.
Duanne Olivier took four wickets as Australia accepted the challenge of the chase, beating South Africa A by five wickets in Benoni.
Two quick wickets swung the day in Australia’s favour in the fifth Ashes Test as England closed day one on 233-5 in Sydney.
After Australia declared on 662-9, England lost their top four for 132 runs before the rain hit the Waca to see the visitors 127 runs behind.
Australia’s rampant bowling attack ripped through a fragile England batting lineup, as they sealed a 120-run win on day five of the second Test in Adelaide.