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Another top-order collapse as India reduced to 73/4 at lunch


The star-studded top-order collapsed yet again as India were left tottering at 73 for 4 during the opening session, on the first day of the third cricket Test against Australia, at the WACA.


WACA curator defends staff saying they were inspectinfg the 'aesthetics'


The WACA curator Cam Sutherland described the images of people walking and drinking on the Test pitch last night as 'unfortunate' but insisted he and his staff were only inspecting the 'aesthetics' of

Harris the equal of any quick I've played with: Clarke


Australian skipper Michael Clarke has lavished praise on right-arm fast bowler Ryan Harris, saying that he is the equal of any quick that he has played with in the recent past.

Harris was regarded as

Batsmen struggle again as India reach 144/6 at tea on Day I

Australia were buoyed by two quick wickets at the stroke of tea-break as a familiar batting collapse saw India reduced to 144 for six, on the opening day of the third cricket Test at the WACA.


No conflict in team: Virender Sehwag


Indian vice-captain and opener Virender Sehwag on Wednesday claimed that suggestions of infighting among Indian players were rubbish and rejected reports of a rift between him and captain M.S. Dhoni.

Onus on underperforming batters to salvage pride for India


The highly-rated but underperforming batsmen will have to click to keep a jittery India afloat as the visitors go into the must-win third cricket Test against Australia here on Friday amid serious con

Dhoni hits back at critics questioning his captaincy


Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday hits back at former cricketers criticising his captaincy in the ongoing Test series against Australia, saying that he was not bothered by them as he wou

Good problem for Aussie selectors ahead of Perth Test: Gillespie


Australian selectors might be toiling hard to decide whether to include off-spinner Nathan Lyon at the pace-friendly WACA track or not but former pacer Jason Gillespie feels it is a good problem for t

Our pace attack is confident: Clarke


Australia captain Michael Clarke on Thursday exuded confidence on his pace battery and said whether there is a four-prong pace attack or not, they are good enough to take the wickets in the third cric

Dhoni hints at retirement from Test cricket by 2013

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday hinted that he may retire from Test cricket if he is to play in the 2015 cricket World Cup.

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