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Cricket Australia Scraps Bangladesh’s Tour Down Under Due to Financial Reasons

/ 09 May 2018
Cricket Australia Bangaldesh

CA has scraped the Bangladesh tour to Australia, citing monetary issues.

Cricket Australia (CA), which was scheduled to host Bangladesh during August and September this year, has decided to scrap the upcoming series, terming the tie as commercially ‘inviable’. The decision to scrap the Bangladesh series


Michael Clarke Ready to Help Cricket Australia in Any Role

/ 08 April 2018
Michael Clarke, Criticize, Steven Smith, Peter Nevill, Matthew Wade, Ashes 2017-18

Clarke retired from international cricket in 2015. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Michael Clarke, the former Aussie captain, has offered his help to Cricket Australia – which is suffering from the crisis at the moment. Clarke has confirmed he is ready to help the association in any way


Ball-Tampering Row: James Sutherland’s position safe at CA, says David Peever

/ 06 April 2018
James Sutherland, David Peever

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Cricket Australia’s lynchpin James Sutherland suggests that he won’t put down his papers over the ball-tampering row which eclipsed the game of cricket recently in South Africa. The Chairman of CA, David Peever, has confirmed


Ex IPL Commissioner Lalil Modi Threatens Australia CEO James Sutherland

/ 30 March 2018
Cricket Australia Bangaldesh

CA has scraped the Bangladesh tour to Australia, citing monetary issues.

Former Indian Premier League Commissioner Lalit Modi made it clear on his social media handle that he had texted Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland to inform him that he would target him. The CEO is


Michael Clarke Believes Cricket Australia Did Not Divulge Full Details Regarding Sandpaper Gate

/ 28 March 2018
Michael Clarke Sandpaper Gate Cricket Australia

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Michael Clarke, the former Aussie skipper, has opined that Cricket Australia had not revealed full details about the ‘Sandpaper Gate’. Clarke thinks that the full story regarding the matter is yet to come out. There were


SA vs AUS 2018: Darren Lehmann Expected to Address Media After Getting Clean Chit in Sandpaper Gate

/ 28 March 2018
Darren Lehmann

Darren Lehmann will continue as coach of Australia Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Darren Lehman is all set to address media after getting a clean chit from Cricket Australia – which cleared his name from the ‘Sandpaper Gate’ fiasco. James Sutherland, the CEO of Cricket Australia, confirmed he


IPL 2018: Quantum Of Punishment To Decide IPL Future Of Smith, Warner

/ 27 March 2018
Former Indian player Atul Wassan has come hard against Australian Steven Smith, in particular, following the fresh ball tampering controversy which has taken world cricket by storm.

Steven Smith has been ruled out of IPL. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

There is still no clarity over the participation of Steven Smith and David Warner in Indian Premier League (IPL). As per James Sutherland, a decision over their participation in the T20 tournament will depend on


Tim Paine Appointed Captain, Maxwell, Joe Burns Earn Test Recall

/ 27 March 2018
Craig McDermott, Backs, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Unimpressive, Ashes 2017-18, Australia Vs England, Brisbane,

Glenn Maxwell and Joe Burns have been recalled to the Test side for the fourth and the final Test against South Africa. The former played his last Test against Bangladesh before being ignored for Ashes


Darren Lehmann To Continue As Australia’s Head Coach After Getting Clean Chit

/ 27 March 2018
Darren Lehmann

Darren Lehmann will continue as coach of Australia Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Darren Lehmann, Head Coach of Australia, will continue to coach Australia as James Sutherland confirmed that he had no role to play in the ‘Sandpaper Gate’. Sutherland, during the press conference, confirmed that only three


Sandpaper Gate: Rajeev Shukla awaits decision of Cricket Australia

/ 27 March 2018

The fate of former Australian captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner lies solely in the hands of the verdict from Cricket Australia. If sources are to be believed in, the two pillars of Australian