LONDON: Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers confirmed on Tuesday that he will retire from test cricket at the end of the current Ashes series in England.
CARDIFF: Chris Rogers fell for 95, failing to turn a half-century into a hundred for the seventh test innings in a row as Australia ended the second day of the first test on 264 for five, 166 behind England on Thursday.
SYDNEY: David Warner kissed the ground in Phillip Hughes's memory to lead an Australian run spree with an emotional century on the opening day of the final Test against India on Tuesday.
MELBOURNE: Steve Smith played another captain's knock and Chris Rogers and Shane Watson hit fifties as Australia shared the opening day of the third Test with India in Melbourne on Friday.
ADELAIDE: David Warner's second century put Australia in control of the first Test against India but umpires twice had to intervene as tempers flared in Adelaide.
DUBAI: Pakistan and Australia will square off in the first test here at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Wednesday (today), ARY News reports.