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
Australian wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade is unsure about making it to the field for second ODI in Chappell-Hadlee series after he was ruled out for the opener due to a back complaint. The Victorian was earlier appointed as the stand-in captain for Australia in absence of injured
Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has been named the side’s captain for the upcoming ODI tour of New Zealand. With regular skipper Steven Smith out with an ankle injury and vice-captain David Warner being rested for the series, the selectors have opted to
Citing personal and family reasons, Australia wicketkeeper-batsman and Victoria skipper Matthew Wade has said he’ll return to his native state Tasmania after the conclusion of the ongoing cricket season. The 29-year-old led Victoria to back to back Sheffield Shield titles in 2014-15 and 2015-16.
Wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade scored an unbeaten century while all-rounder James Faulkner picked up four wickets to help Australia beat Pakistan by 92 runs in first of the five One-Dayers played at Gabba in Brisbane on Friday. It was Australia who won the
The game of cricket has itself witnessed several nasty injuries to the players on the field which were horrible, to say the least. From the Raman Lamba to Phillip Hughes – the bat and ball game has been brutal too at the same
Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has impressed his national side head coach Darren Lehmann by maintaining a cool head against severe criticism he received for making the deemed disrespectful comments against his Victoria Bushrangers skipper Matthew Wade earlier this week. “He has been