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Barmy Army set for friendlier 'Barmy Glee Club' transformation Dec 8, 12:04 pm
Sydney, Dec 8 (ANI): The Barmy Army is set to be rebranded as the Barmy Glee Club, with the raucous supporters pledging to serenade Australia with more friendly songs when they visit England.
Johannesburg, Dec 8 (ANI): England batsman Ian Bell has said that his team must quickly fix their problems if they are to keep the Ashes from the dominant Australians, according to reports.
Johannesburg, Dec 7 (ANI): Michael Clarke's stylish 148 on day two of the second Ashes test against England on Friday was another glorious consummation of his love affair with Adelaide Oval, and has moved his deputy Brad Haddin to rate him the world's best batsman, according to reports.
Australia tightens grip against England in Adelaide Test Dec 6, 2:25 pm
Adelaide (Australia), Dec.6 (ANI): Centuries from Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin put Australia in the driver's seat in the second Test against England in Adelaide.
Cook urges Clarke to ensure both sides avoid sledging Dec 5, 2:51 pm
Sydney, Dec. 5 (ANI): England captain Alastair Cook has reportedly urged opposing skipper Michael Clarke to ensure that both sides do not get into sledging that disrupted the end of the first Test in Brisbane.
English media likens Clark to 'graceless, chinless weasel' Dec 5, 12:45 pm
Sydney, Dec. 5 (ANI): English media has reportedly compared Australian captain Michael Clark to a 'graceless, chinless weasel' while likening Australians to Franco Begbie, sociopath played by Robert Carlyle in the cult classic Trainspotting.
Cook says teams have `duty` to play Ashes in `right spirit` Dec 4, 10:13 am
London, Dec 4 (ANI): England captain Alastair Cook has said that teams have a duty to play the Ashes series in the right spirit.
Sydney, Dec 4 (ANI): Australian Test captain Michael Clarke has said that their first Test win at Brisbane's Gabba was fantastic because of the aggressive, positive way they played and that they intend to run with that confidence and momentum when the second Test starts in Adelaide on Thursday.
Sydney, Dec 4 (ANI): Australian Test captain Michael Clarke has said that he will be fit to play in the second Ashes Test against England in Adelaide.
Mumbai, Dec 3 (ANI): Michael Clarke has been short-listed for the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for ICC Cricketer of the Year.
Sydney, Dec 2 (ANI): The Australian media has branded England's plan to 'bore' their way back into this Ashes series with a 'stoic batting marathon' as 'fundamentally flawed'.
Sydney, Dec 2 (ANI): Australian captain Michael Clarke was reportedly involved in an injury scare during training for the second Ashes Test against England at Adelaide, although the fears later seemed unfounded with the captain batting in the nets.
Anderson says sledging played 'important' role in making him England's leading pace bowler Dec 1, 11:55 am
Sydney, Dec 1 (ANI): England pace bowler James Anderson has said that he regards sledging as a skill that has played an important part in him becoming his nation's all-time leading international wicket-taker.
Sydney, Dec 1 (ANI): Former international cricketer Gavin Robertson has said that spin bowler Nathan Lyon more than matched the aggressiveness that defined Michael Clarke's pace attack in the opening Ashes Test victory at Brisbane.
Sydney, Dec 1 (ANI): Australian Test player Shane Watson has said that he can be relied on to shoulder more of the bowling workload on a flat Adelaide deck, with Australia's four front-line bowlers likely to need plenty of back-up for the second Test.
Johannesburg, Nov 30 (ANI): Australian coach Darren Lehmann has said that his team will not forego their aggressive, 'in-their-face' cricket against England in the ongoing Ashes Test series.
'Unperturbed' Bailey laughs off Anderson's 'punch in face' threat during Ashes opener Nov 29, 11:59 am
Sydney, Nov 29 (ANI): Australian player George Bailey, who has made his Test debut in the Ashes opener at the mature age of 31, has laughed off the on-field spat with England's James Anderson at the Gabba, saying that he was not perturbed by a threat from the England fast bowler to punch him in the face.
Sydney, Nov 29 (ANI): Australian Test player George Bailey has said that there is always communication out on the field in a cricket match and it is one of the real keys to try and find a way to make a batsman lose his concentration, adding that it would continue in the Ashes.
London, Nov 28 (ANI): Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has slammed Australia for their 'rabid' Ashes sledging and warned them that it could turn physical over the course of the series.
Greg Chappell says 'overrated' sledging battle had 'little' bearing on Oz's Gabba win Nov 28, 1:15 pm
Sydney, Nov 28 (ANI): Former Australian captain Greg Chappell has said that the much-publicised sledging battle between England and Australia during the Ashes opener in Brisbane has been overplayed.
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle has said that it is only fair that England pace spearhead James Anderson has to cop sledging since he brought it on himself by 'dishing it out' during the Ashes opener in Brisbane.
London, Nov 27 (ANI): Australian wicketkeeping legend Ian Healy has criticised the match officials in the ongoing Ashes series, branding them as 'insipid' and saying that they do not take on their responsibilities seriously.
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): Former England captain Sir Ian Botham has advised England to dig in and fight back in the second Test in Adelaide starting on December 5 and disregard the incessant sledging, which he added, will always be a part of the 'hard, uncompromising' Ashes.
Vaughan tells Clarke to stop 'pointing fingers' at opponent players Nov 27, 12:53 pm
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): Former England captain Michael Vaughan has told Australian captain Michael Clarke to stop pointing his finger at opponent players, adding that Clarke has done more damage to the game with his body language than with his verbal threat.
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): Cricket Australia (CA) is reportedly cracking down on players who put a foot out of line in domestic ranks after the outbreak of behavioural breaches at domestic level fuelled suggestions of a different standard at state level.
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