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India walk-off threat emerges as Cricket Australia clears men ejected from SCG

India walk-off threat emerges as Cricket Australia clears men ejected from SCG

In a report filed to the ICC, CA investigators say they believe Indian players were racially abused during the third Test in Sydney, but were unable to identify the culprits.

  • by Chris Barrett

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Joe Root is capable of overhauling Tendulkar
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Joe Root is capable of overhauling Tendulkar

Everyone at Yorkshire knew England captain Joe Root was going to be world class, but now he can be an all-time great.

  • by Geoff Boycott
Abbott willing to sacrifice T20 spot for shot at Test ‘dream’

Abbott willing to sacrifice T20 spot for shot at Test ‘dream’

The fast bowler is keen to make his long-awaited Test debut even if it means risking his place in the national Twenty20 side.

  • by Sarah Keoghan
Pucovski visits surgeon but Starc, Pattinson given all clear

Pucovski visits surgeon but Starc, Pattinson given all clear

Will Pucovski has turned to cortisone injections in a bid to be fit for tour of South Africa while Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson have been cleared to resume bowling.

  • by Jon Pierik
Root mixes sweep and sweat in one-man stand for England

Root mixes sweep and sweat in one-man stand for England

Joe Root was so tired that England should have arranged for one of the tuk tuks that chug past the Galle Stadium to ferry him back to the dressing room after another marathon innings.

  • by Nick Hoult
Greenberg to be new chief of Australian Cricketers Association

Greenberg to be new chief of Australian Cricketers Association

Former NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg has been appointed the new chief of the Australian Cricketers Association.

  • by Jon Pierik and Chris Barrett
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‘Grandad’ James Anderson keeps getting better

‘Grandad’ James Anderson keeps getting better

Years past his official sell-by date, James Anderson keeps improving and thereby sets an example to everybody, not only elite sportsmen.

  • by Scyld Berry
History Test: Langer, coaches deserve share of blame for repeating mistakes

History Test: Langer, coaches deserve share of blame for repeating mistakes

Captain Tim Paine has carried the can for Australia’s loss, but questions are also being asked about coach Justin Langer and his backroom staff.

  • by Andrew Wu
Cummins and goings: Paine has done a sterling job, but it might be time for change at top

Cummins and goings: Paine has done a sterling job, but it might be time for change at top

Australia’s approach, tactics and lack of imagination were exposed by a tremendous Indian effort. Lessons must be learnt.

  • by Geoff Lawson
Starc could slip 'back to the pack' if change is made

Starc could slip 'back to the pack' if change is made

Fast bowler Mitchell Starc has been urged to regain his swing while James Pattinson is in a battle to earn selection for next month’s tour of South Africa.

  • by Jon Pierik
Why Carey would rather be on the bench than playing

Why Carey would rather be on the bench than playing

Though Tim Paine is expected to retain his place behind the stumps and lead the side in South Africa, the events of the past three weeks have underlined the need for a succession plan in the leadership and in the wicketkeeping berth.

  • by Andrew Wu