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Khawaja finally feels he belongs
With four centuries in his last six test innings, Usman Khawaja finally feels like he belongs in international cricket after a rocky start to his career. Read full article
Australia hail 'Sir Voges'
Adam Voges was dubbed the new "Don" as the impeccable Australian batsman scored another century against New Zealand on Saturday to lift his average to more than 100. Read full article
Voges cashes in, Aus forge huge lead
Adam Voges continued to capitalise on an early reprieve by scoring his fifth test century as Australia eased to 463 for six by the close of the second day's play of the first match against New Zealand. Read full article
India thrash Sri Lanka to level series
Shikhar Dhawan smashed a 25-ball 51 in Ranchi to help India demolish Sri Lanka by 69 runs in the second T20 in Ranchi on Friday. Read full article
Don't show it on the big screen
Australia's players feared another backlash from New Zealand fans after a contentious no ball decision went in their favour in the final over of the first day's play of the first test on Friday. Read full article
Smith, Khawaja drive home advantage
Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja hammered home the advantage their bowlers had established when they took Australia to 147-3, a deficit of just 36 runs, at the close of the opening day's play. Read full article
McCullum set for another milestone
As the clock ticks down on Brendon McCullum's international career, the New Zealand captain will achieve one more milestone on Friday in the first test against Australia at the Basin Reserve. Read full article
Moving ball to test Australian technique
Swing and seam friendly conditions, a lack of truly scary Australian bowlers and New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum's retirement are all themes that will resonate when the first test gets underway. Read full article
Bird given opportunity to fly at the Basin
Pace bowler Jackson Bird has been recalled by Australia for the first test against New Zealand after James Pattinson was deemed not quite ready to stand up to the rigours of a full workload. Read full article
Windies lurch towards World Twenty20 crisis
West Indies cricket was lurching towards another potentially damaging confrontation between the region’s top players and the game’s administrators on Wednesday. Read full article
Cold comfort from home for Smith
Steve Smith, now carrying the burden of leading Australia in all three formats, is feeling the heat from a disappointed home media after his first series loss as skipper. Read full article
ODI fallout has Aus fired up for NZ test
Australia have warned of a "fiery clash" in the first test against New Zealand starting in Wellington on Friday as tensions continue to simmer over the bizarre ODI dismissal of Mitchell Marsh. Read full article
Australia to trial black seam on pink ball
Australia will trial a modified pink ball featuring a black seam in the domestic Sheffield Shield competition next week after complaints from players about visibility issues during the inaugural day-night test. Read full article
SL pacemen hand India five-wicket defeat
Inexperienced Sri Lanka fast bowlers Kasun Rajitha and Dasun Shanaka took three wickets apiece to bundle out India for 101 and set up a five-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 international on Tuesday. Read full article
Aus say no backlash to 'mob rule' wicket
Australian captain Steve Smith remained riled on Tuesday over the "mob rule" dismissal in the final ODI against New Zealand but said the fallout would not spill over to upcoming tests. Read full article
Santner ruled out of first test v Aus
New Zealand allrounder Mitchell Santner has been ruled out of the first test against Australia and replaced by spinner Mark Craig, the team said on Tuesday. Read full article
Sammy feels for Pakistan fans
West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy on Monday said he felt sad for Pakistan cricket fans who are deprived of watching international stars on home grounds due to security fears in the country. Read full article
NZ hand BMac perfect farewell
Brendon McCullum ended his one-day international career with a series victory over Australia on Monday with his side sealing a 55-run win in the deciding third match at Seddon Park in Hamilton. Read full article
Santner a doubt for final ODI
New Zealand allrounder Mitchell Santner is in doubt for the final one-day international against Australia in Hamilton on Monday after complaining of a sore right foot following the second game in Wellington. Read full article
Injury rules out Richardson
Australia pace bowler Kane Richardson is to return home for further examination on a back injury and has been replaced by Joel Paris in the squad. Read full article
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