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ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP: AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND
(Prediction: Australia. Both teams have talent, but Australia is putting it together with consistent performances)
A home ground advantage in sport usually equates to visiting opponents being clinically beaten.
The way the Australians have prepared for the World Cup is ideal. Back atop the ODI rankings, and a very convincing tri-series against England and India means their opponents need to watch out. Continue reading CWC 2015: Australia v England – Aussies set to fire at home
If there was ever a time to say “I’ll fight”, it was at the start of Day Three at Perth. England, starting the day 205 runs behind and six wickets in hand, had the biggest chance of the series to grab a small victory to force Australia to play a new hand. Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: Perth Day 3: England disintegrate; Australia inch closer
Test cricket is the pinnacle of the three international formats, and today at the Adelaide Oval showed just why.
It was the Mitchell Johnson show, as the left-armer made England shudder in their boots. Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: Adelaide Day 3: Johnson firepower destroys England
What we saw across the months of July and August was highly thrilling cricket, yet laced with controversy.
The Ashes provided the ground, TV and radio audiences with some super displays of batting and bowling, along with some very dubious decisions and skill errors. Continue reading Cricket: Five things we learnt from the Ashes