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Hopefully Bird sticks it up England – Starc bites back at Anderson

After being ruled out of the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne, Mitchell Starc responded to outspoken England veteran James Anderson.
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Stokes set to get green light for IPL return

Tom Harrison said it would be difficult for the ECB to tell Ben Stokes he cannot play in the IPL next year.
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Sharma hits record-equalling T20 ton in India win

The outstanding Rohit Sharma matched David Miller's impressive T20 record as India triumphed over Sri Lanka.
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Moeen brushes off 'kebab shop' comment

Abuse from Australian crowds, even with racist connotations, is of little concern to Moeen Ali as England bid to fight back in the Ashes.
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Sri Lanka's Dasun Shanaka fined for ball tampering

Dasun Shanaka admitted to changing the condition of the ball in Nagpur and has received a hefty fine.
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Mooney seals Australia Women's Ashes victory

Opener Beth Mooney blasted a 56-ball 86 as Australia's women wrapped up the Ashes series with a comfortable victory on Friday.
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Injured Smith doubtful for Australia's T20 opener

Australia face India in a three-match Twenty20 International series, but could be without captain Steve Smith for the opening clash.
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Smith issues warning to inconsistent Australian players

The Australia captain delivered a frank assessments of Australia's ODI shortcomings, saying they simply not been good enough.
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Ashes concerns linger over England batting, admits Strauss

England director of cricket Andrew Strauss defended the number of changes made to the batting line-up, but admits it is not ideal.
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Gayle hints at potential West Indies Test return

West Indies' flamboyant opener Chris Gayle could end his Test cricket exile in 2018 after four years out of the side.
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Milestone for Shakib as Bangladesh build 88-run lead against Australia

Bangladesh finished day two of the first Test with Australia 88 runs ahead after Shakib Al Hasan made history by taking five wickets.
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Darren Lehmann rejects suggestions Australia will be undercooked

Australia coach Darren Lehmann believes his side can snap a miserable run in Asia against Bangladesh, despite preparations being delayed.
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Jason Gillespie takes Papua New Guinea coaching role

Jason Gillespie says a spell with Papua New Guinea can only benefit him further down the line in his coaching career.
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Ian Healy: Australian cricket pay dispute could've been avoided

Ian Healy criticised Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers' Association for a lack of transparency during the pay dispute saga.
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Australian cricketers set to boycott tour of South Africa

The Australia A squad is preparing for a tour of South Africa, but will not fly out on Saturday if the impasse with CA is not resolved.
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Unemployed Warner hits out at CA amid pay dispute

David Warner – who has been among the most vocal of the elite players – used Twitter to voice his displeasure with CA on Saturday.
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Australian cricketers preparing for unemployment, says ACA president Dyer

ACA president Greg Dyer cannot see the impasse with CA being resolved before the weekend.
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Cricket Australia offers players improved deal

As the deadline to reach a new pay deal approaches, Cricket Australia (CA) improved its offer.
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Inspired Pakistan pummel India to win Champions Trophy

India started the Champions Trophy final as favourites, but were absolutely hammered as Pakistan produced a stunning performance.
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Australia's Champions Trophy exit not due to pay dispute- Lehmann

Coach Darren Lehmann insists Australia's early exit from the Champions Trophy was not due to an ongoing pay dispute.
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