Australia’s wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade has said his team’s aim is to play good all-round cricket based on ‘skill’ in the third Test at Ranchi, that begins from March 16 (Thursday) against an aggressive Indian side, that struck back in Bengaluru to
India’s remarkable turnaround in the series is not the only thing that has left Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade surprised. After being stunned by the visitors in the series-opener at Pune, the hosts bounced back in style in the next Test as they
Yesterday, it was Steve O’Keefe and today it was Australian skipper Steven Smith who stepped up for the team as the right-handed batsman, who is playing at his second home ground i.e. Pune, slammed a ton to help Australia set a daunting
Australia wicketkeper Matthew Wade has thrown his weight behind the use of a concussion substitute in first-class games after his Victoria Bushrangers teammate Sam Harper was hospitalised following a mishap during a Sheffield Shield game last week. Harper was taken off the field
Admitting that keeping wickets in Indian conditions will be tough, Australia wicket-keeper Matthew Wade has said he is looking to hone his techniques before the four-match Test series begins. The 29-year-old, who was dropped from the Test team after the 2013 Ashes
Wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade has been deemed fit by Australia and has joined the squad for the practice session in Dubai. In all likeliness, Wade is expected to play the tour match in Mumbai next week ahead of the four-Test series, which starts in Pune on February
Australia head coach Darren Lehmann has said Steven Smith and Mathew Wade will be able to train in Dubai prior to the four-match Test series in India. The duo suffered injuries which forced them to miss the Chappell-Hadlee series in New Zealand.
Australia’s Peter Handscomb, who has been performing the wicket-keeping duties in the absence of Matthew Wade in the ongoing Chappell-Hadlee trophy, has said he has no intention to become a full-time wicketkeeper for the team and is happy doing his batsman duties.
The upcoming few weeks are bound to pose a serious challenge for Australia, as the Kangaroos embark on what seems to be a derelict tour of India. Both teams at present, seem poles apart – with India under the leadership of Virat
After losing the series opener in Auckland, Australia have suffered another setback as their stand-in skipper Mathew Wade has been ruled out of the remainder of the three-match Chappell-Hadlee series. The wicketkeeper-batsman missed the first ODI too after suffering a back injury during