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West Indies have made an unpromising start to their preparations for the tri-series with Australia and South Africa, as they were beaten twice in the space of three days by Barbados Select in a pair of practice matches
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell made his last Test match appearance on November 2014 against Pakistan and was dropped because of lack of consistency. He was overlooked for Australia’s tour of Sri Lanka where Steve O’Keefe and Moises Henriques were recalled as the backup spinner and all-rounder.
The Manchester United striker probably booked his place in Roy Hodgson`s Euro 2016 squad.
South Africa coach Russell Domingo is aware of the danger Australia paceman Mitchell Starc poses, but hopes that the quick takes a bit of time to shake off the rust after being injured since last November.
Australian spearhead Mitchell Starc had established himself as arguably the world’s prominent ODI fast bowler during a stunning 2015 World Cup campaign. But he has been out of action since due to an ankle surgery. Starc is all set to make a comeback to the national squad in the tri-series in West Indies, also featuring The post Fastest 100 ODI wickets record in touching distance for Mitchell Starc appeared first on CricTracker.
Australian batsman heaps praise on David Warner for his unbeaten 93 that helped Sunrisers beat Lions by four wickets
Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, who was in Hyderabad recently, gave fitness tips to young cricketers at a training studio, first of its kind in India, at Hyderabad.
Adam Voges has been grateful for the chance to tackle reverse swing and spin in England at a time when he would usually expect to be minding his off stump against the seamers
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says his body feels 15 years younger after a spell away from cricket.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke, speaking in Hong Kong on Friday, says he is ready to return to domestic cricket after a year away. Clarke …
The New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has announced its annual schedule for the next two years home summers. The team is scheduled to host Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia and South Africa in 2016-17 and is then expected to host West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and England in 2017-18 summer. The board believes that a great interest has been The post New Zealand plans day-night Test against England in 2018 appeared first on CricTracker.
Nathan Coulter-Nile is a member of all three of Australia’s international squads and faces a crucial few months as he looks to take his career to the next level, and build on his success in the IPL.
Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Starc has stated that he is fully fit and pain free as he nears an international return in the tri-series in the West Indies.
New Zealand also confirmed three one-day internationals against world champions Australia from Jan. 30-Feb.
The former Australia captain is also in talks with Sydney Sixers for a stint in the Big Bash League
Australian medium pacer took 4 for 14 to restrict Surrey to just 93
Cricket Australia will employ missile-guiding technology to monitor the workloads and intensity of fast bowlers to manage fatigue, and keep their quicks fit and firing for longer.
Former Australian opener Justin Langer will take the reins of the Australia team for their tour of the West Indies, but has asserted that this is not a trial for permanent takeover.
Australia are resorting to guided missile technology to help their fast bowlers reclaim the Ashes from England next year.
SYDNEY: Australia are resorting to guided missile technology to help their fast bowlers reclaim the Ashes from England next year. Steve Smith’s team have been grappling with injuries in their pace attack with Peter Siddle and James Pattinson out of action, while Mitchell Starc has just recovered after being sidelined since November with a foot fracture. The upcoming tour of Sri Lanka will see the Australian bowlers embrace the “torpedo technology”, using “smart algorithms” planted in a wearable tracking device, to track and reduce injuries to the pacemen.
Former Australian opener Justin Langer, who is currently serving in a supportive and interim capacity for the Australian cricket team has stated that he is indeed relaxed about the tour. In spite of the fact that he is relaxed, Langer has conceded that this is not a drill considering Langer’s future prospects in terms of The post I feel relaxed about the tour: Justin Langer appeared first on CricTracker.
The 34-year old Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson had retired from international cricket after the World T20 2016. He has been featuring in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) for the franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). Watson has backed batting legend Rahul Dravid to be the Indian coach
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc is ‘fit and strong’ ahead of the tri-series in the Caribbean, and says he’s eager to get back in the middle after six months on the sidelines.
Australia has come with an advanced way of preventing their fast bowlers from getting injured. The Aussies will soon resort to guided missile technology in order to help their fast bowlers stay away from injuries and niggles. Reportedly, this effort has been put in to make that the top fast bowlers stay in shape for The post Australia to use torpedo technology to monitor fast bowlers appeared first on CricTracker.
The former Australian all-rounder believes the Dravid-Kohli combo can succeed for India
The initial phase of a new era for the Proteas starts in Guyana, where the West Indies and Australia will test a side who have drawn a line under a disastrous 2015/16 season.
Justin Langer insists he is in no rush to be Australia’s next coach as he prepares to lead the team on their tour of the West Indies.
Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Starc says he is raring to go after six months on the sidelines, declaring himself “fit, strong and ready”.