Make a call on T20 WC this week: Taylor
Former CA director Mark Taylor says T20 World Cup postponement would allow Australians to be released to play in the IPL should it be staged later this year.
Umpires wearing gloves to inspect the ball is among changes that cricket administrators will likely implement when the sport returns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin admits it will take practice to break the habit of a lifetime - using saliva on the ball, a technique which could be banned.
Plans are afoot to stage an Indian Premier League this year and Pat Cummins is upbeat it will happen, suggesting it could be an ideal end to cricket’s shutdown.
India are on track to tour and deliver a $300 million boost to Cricket Australia, but the governing body’s mission to cut costs by 25 per cent is ongoing.
Cricket Australia’s head of sports science Alex Kountouris says players will adapt to new COVID-19 training protocols but mistakes are inevitable.
Ashton Agar, who was set to be a key player in Australia’s Twenty20 World Cup campaign, says players have to be ready for whatever schedule is thrown at them.
It’s been 31 years since Australia last regained the Ashes on English soil, a closer look at what the players who won the 1989 series are up to now.
In 1989 Australia toured England as massive outsiders but returned home 4-0 winners - the biggest away triumph since Bradman’s 1948 Invincibles.
Darwin cricket will be among the first in the world to return in June and they are waiting to see if the ICC approve umpires shining the ball using wax.
Debate over cricket’s path out of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the Twenty20 World Cup, will soon heat up when the International Cricket Council board meets.
India is open to the Adelaide Oval hosting the four-Test series with Australia if coronavirus pandemic conditions require a ‘bio-secure’ venue.
Sachin Tendulkar has decided to settle his lawsuit against bat-maker Spartan in the Federal Court of Australia.
England’s cricketers will return to individual training from Monday as the sport takes its first steps towards a possible resumption.
The Paddle Vessel Amphibious sank in the Murray on Saturday evening.
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal crash which occurred in Kyabram this morning.
Kyabram District Health Services confirmed on Tuesday night that two staff members have tested positive to COVID-19.