MELBOURNE: Left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc will return from a broken foot during Australia's limited-overs triangular series in the West Indies in June.
PERTH: Fiery Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson Tuesday announced his retirement from all international cricket after the ongoing Test against New Zealand, joining a host of fellow veterans to recently call it quits.
PERTH: Australian paceman Mitchell Starc bowled what is believed to be the fastest delivery in Test cricket history Sunday on the third day of the second Test against New Zealand at the WACA Ground in Perth.
CARDIFF: England held their nerve to beat Australia by five runs in a thrilling finish to a one-off Twenty20 international on Monday.
SYDNEY: Cricket Australia Wednesday named a refreshed squad for one-day internationals against England, with all-rounder Marcus Stoinis, spinner Ashton Agar and batsman Joe Burns set to make debuts.
BIRMINGHAM: Australia were 241 for seven in their second innings, a deficit of 90 runs, when bad light ended play on the second day of the fourth Ashes Test against England at Trent Bridge on Friday.
SYDNEY: England captain Eoin Morgan made a welcome return to form with a scintillating 121 but his team was skittled out for 234 inside 48 overs by Australia in the opening match of a tri-series also involving India on Friday.
SYDNEY: Injured captain Michael Clarke has been named in Australia's 15-man squad for the World Cup in February and March, but will be omitted if he cannot prove his fitness by the second match against Bangladesh.
SYDNEY: India survived a batting collapse in a nervous final session to force a draw in the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday, leaving the hosts 2-0 winners of the series.
SYDNEY: Steve Smith joined the greats Wednesday with his fourth century of the series as India hung in after the shock loss of an early wicket on the second day of the final Test in Sydney.