Day-night Test matches are set to be the future of the longer format
The idea of day-night Test matches has been floating around for nearly a couple of years now, and recently the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that they would be giving member nations the green light to host day-night Tests.
Wade is ready to take on the challenges that arise during the South Africa series
After being named as the wicketkeeper for the first Test against South Africa ahead of veteran Brad Haddin, Matthew Wade has revealed that the workload of being the national team’s keeper for all three formats is not too much for him to handle.
Wade will be under a lot of pressure to perform with both the bat and gloves
Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade may as well have been jumping in the air and thanking his lucky stars, while veteran Brad Haddin could be looking at the end of his international career after Australia’s squad for the first Test against South Africa at Brisbane on November 9 was announced.
It is only a matter of time before China becomes a dominant team in the sport
China are hoping that they can develop their cricket team enough by the time the 2014 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 comes around.
Lyon is looking forward to the prospect of picking up a lot of wickets during the series
Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon has announced that he will not be intimidated by the South African batting lineup or bowling attack ahead of their three-Test series, which starts on November 9 in Brisbane.
Ponting felt absolutely dejected when watching his arch-rivals lift the Ashes urn in 2005
Veteran Australia batsman Ricky Ponting has revealed his greatest and worst moment as captain of the national team in an exclusive interview with cricketing legend Ian Chappell.
Ponting still feels the pain of having to give up the captaincy
Veteran Australia batsman Ricky Ponting has admitted that giving up the captaincy was the most painful decision he had to make in his entire international career.
Ponting is keen to make the most out of the time he has left
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting knows that his days as an international cricketer are numbered, and he admitted that he would rather walk away then being dropped from the national team by the selectors.
Ponting knows that he cannot keep playing all of his shots off the front foot
Veteran Australia batsman Ricky Ponting has revealed that he is struggling to ‘reinvent’ his batting technique ahead of the Test series against South Africa.
England have struggled against spin bowling all year
India batsman Virat Kohli sees no problem in making England play on spin-friendly pitches during the upcoming Test series, and added that there is nothing unfair about it.