Australia vs India 2011-12 News
- India vs Australia: Michael Clarke's Tryst With 'Tuk Tuk' In Bengaluru
Michael Clarke posted a video on his Instagram account of him learning the nuances of driving an auto-rickshaw and then is even seen taking it for a spin alone.
- 3rd Test Day 2: Steve Smith Fireworks Leaves India Reeling
Steve Smith hit 192 to spearhead Australia to a formidable 530 and then took a diving catch to have the tourists at 108 for one at the close on the second day and trailing by 422 runs.
- As It Happened - India vs Australia, 3rd Test, Day 2 at MCG
Live cricket score and ball-by-ball commentary from the second day of the third Test match between India and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne on Saturday.
- Brad Haddin Seeks Australia's Support in Wake of Phillip Hughes Death
Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin said it would be important not to over complicate things in the wake of the Phillip Hughes tragedy and the outpouring of grief over his death.
- Michael Clarke to Miss Vital India Test Lead-Up Game
Recovering from a hamstring injury, Australia captain Michael Clarke said he won't be playing in a tour-match against India despite being named in the squad.
- Brad Haddin Had Thought of Quitting Cricket Due to Exhaustion
Battling injuries and weight-related issues in the past, Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin had thought of hanging up his boots.
- Rohit Sharma's Lucky ODI Double Century Bats
Looking at two bats which helped him score big against Australia last year and Sri Lanka earlier this month helps Rohit Sharma's confidence.
- Michael Clarke May Be Fit for First Test Against India
Recuperating from a hamstring injury, Michael Clarke's availability for the first Test against India - starting December 4 - has been under doubt. The Australian captain though is reportedly making good progress.
- Learn from Hockey Team's Performance vs Australia: Anil Kumble to Team India
The Indian men's hockey team defeated giants Australia 3-1 in a recent series Down Under. Former cricketer Anil Kumble says Indian cricketers should seek inspiration from the wins when they play a long-winding series in Australia starting December 4.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Goes Hunting for Bats Ahead of Australia Tour
While he won't play the first Test against Australia due to an injury, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is looking to restock his arsenal and went to Meerut to look for new bats.
- Cricket Australia's trophy that was never handed to Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar's much awaited ton-of-tons has not only left his fans world over in anticipation, but it has also made Cricket Australia to wait arduously, as it intended to present the Indian batsman with a memento on reaching the historic feat.
- Shane Watson relishing the role of captain
Australia may miss the services of regular skipper Michael Clarke. The team however will tour West Indies under the leadership of Shane Watson who reportedly, has been relishing the opportunity to skipper the side.
- Jayawardena blames top-order for lack of partnerships
Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene rued the lack of partnerships upfront as they lost to Australia by 16 runs in the last and decisive final of the cricket tri-series here on Thursday.
- India slip a place to take 3rd spot in ODI rankings
World champions India dropped a place to third position in the Reliance ICC ODI Championship table after its dismal performance in the triangular series in Australia.
- Fine after win for Australia in CB Series against Sri Lanka
Australia were on Thursday, fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its 16-run win over Sir Lanka in the third and final ODI of the best-of-three finals of the tri-series here.
- 3rd Final: Australia defeat Sri Lanka to claim CB Series
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to win the best-of-three match one-day international tri series at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
- Greg Chappell attacks Indian culture and cricket team
India's former coach, has said that India "weren't really in Test cricket" on their tour to Australia, and that "Test cricket is pretty tough for them".
- Michael Clarke is professional, will be back: Oz coach
Australia's South African coach Mickey Arthur said on Wednesday that skipper Michael Clarke's long-term future was secure and that the player was a true professional. Earlier in the day, it was reported that Clarke would be out of action against Sri Lanka due to a strained left-hamstring.