Ryan Vrede omits the year’s leading wicket-taker and does not pick an Indian player (gulp).
Australia captain Pat Cummins says Nathan Lyon’s nine wickets “showed his class” in the team’s thrashing of Sri Lanka in the opening Test.
Australia’s premier spinner, Nathan Lyon, says their two upcoming Tests in Sri Lanka will be a “massive challenge” with pitches expected to turn from day one.
Nathan Lyon says reaching the milestone of 400 Test wickets in Saturday’s big Ashes win and joining cricket’s greats has not yet sunk in.
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.
Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has raised the influence matches behind closed doors could have on Indian star batsman and captain Virat Kohli.
Australia’s renowned Test off-spinner Nathan Lyon has expressed his intentions of featuring in the upcoming ODI World Cup, even though he has only played the white-ball format 15 times since making his debut in 2012.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed, who helped set up the series win over Australia with innings of 94 and 81 in the second Test in Abu Dhabi, believes that batsmen have enough to worry about without getting involved in verbal jousts with bowlers and fielders.
Nathan Lyon says Australia are not intimidated by Kagiso Rabada’s inclusion for the Newlands Test.
Nathan Lyon has been charged by the ICC for his actions after the run-out of AB de Villiers, which were condemned by Graeme Smith as ‘unnecessary’.
Nathan Lyon reflects on becoming Australia’s sixth-highest all-time Test wicket-taker.
Australia spin bowler Nathan Lyon says he is expecting a fierce battle against the Proteas in the opening Test in Durban.
Steve Waugh has praised the current Australian attack ahead of their Test series against South Africa, beginning at Kingsmead in Durban on Thursday.
Australia duly wrapped up the fifth and final Ashes Test by an innings and 123 runs, winning the series 4-0.
Australia bundled England out for 227, but double strikes from James Anderson and Chris Woakes limited the hosts’ lead to 268 by stumps on day three.