Mitchell Johnson Announces Retirement

Australian pace bowler Mitchell Johnson announced his retirement today, mid-way through Australia’s test series against New Zealand. Johnson had been struggling with his form lately and he was only able to pick up five wickets from the first two matches. “I feel now is the best time to say goodbye. I have been lucky enough

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West Indies vs Australia: Aussies Go 1-0 Up In 3 Days

The first West Indies vs Australia Test has come to an end sooner than expected on the 3rd day itself! Such were the conditions at the Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica that both teams could hardly bat an entire day out. Nevertheless, the result was in Australia’s favour as they bowled the Windies out for

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Adam Voges Hundred Puts Australia In Command

A brilliant hundred by debutant Adam Voges saw Australia take an important 170-run lead in the 1st innings at Dominica. Batting overnight on 20, Voges held his end firmly while wickets fell at regular intervals. The century by the debutant propelled the visitors to a respectable total of 318, with help from some handy contributions

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Josh Hazlewood, Johnson Clean Up WI On Day 1

Before the commencement of the Ashes later in July, the Australians have arrived in the Caribbean for a 2-match test series against the West Indies. While the home side has found some confidence after a dramatic series draw against England a couple of weeks ago, Australia would look to find a winning combination in this

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West Indies Vs Australia 1st Test Preview

After their successful World Cup campaign, the Australians are back as a team and are touring the West Indies for a couple of weeks for the Frank Worrell Trophy. The first of the two-match test series will be played on Wednesday, June 3rd at Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica. The last time a West Indies

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Kings XI Punjab: The Long And Winding Road

Reaching the final of the 2014 IPL was the highest point in the history of the Kings XI Punjab. However, all has not been as smooth as it is now in the 2015 edition. We wind the clock back to take a look at the long and winding road of the Kings XI Punjab. The

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Mayank Agarwal and Yuvraj Get Delhi Over The Line

A wonderfully compiled 68 off 48 from Mayank Agarwal saw the Delhi Daredevils snap their 11 match losing streak. The five wicket win over Kings XI Punjab also sees JP Duminy and his men pick up their first win of the 2015 edition of the IPL. Yuvraj Singh too marked his return to form with

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IPL 2015: Kings XI Punjab Beat Mumbai Indians By 18 Runs

Kings XI Punjab bagged their first win of IPL 2015, beating Mumbai Indians by 18 runs at the Wankhede Stadium. Skipper George Bailey led from the front, with a quickfire 32 ball 61. Harbhajan Singh’s heroics with the bat and the ball could not save the day for the home team. Kings XI Punjab put

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Indian Cricket Team – Summer Down Under: Part 2

After the test series, the Indian cricket team were scheduled to play the Carlton mid tri-series against Australia and England. It was another disappointing outing for the men in blue as they failed to register a single victory in the tri series. With the ICC Cricket world cup round the corner, the Indian cricket team

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Indian Cricket Team’s Summer Down Under: Part 1

For an Indian living in Australia, the last four months have been all about the Indian cricket team touring Down Under. Four months is a long time in today’s age of condensed tours and back-to-back matches. Even long enough for Dhoni to feel they had earned the right to honorary citizenship. In this period, the

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