Marnus Labuschagne is ready for his first home Ashes series and is excited for the challenges that star bowler, James Anderson, will provide.
Alex Carey will be the 463rd men’s Test cricketer for Australia, after it was confirmed he would debut in the First Ashes Test at the Gabba
A dramatic period leading up to the first test won’t distract Joe Root as the top ranked batter attempts to win his first Ashes as captain.
With just over a week until the first day of the Ashes, Australian fans will learn of an unfamiliar bowling threat they didn’t see coming.
Western Australian wicketkeeper Josh Inglis may have a British “twang” when he speaks but he is an Aussie through and through and hunting for his chance in the Ashes
Pat Cummins has been named the 47th captain of the Australian test team, with Steve Smith as his vice-captain ahead of the Ashes.
Nathan Lyon talks all things captaincy, keepers and milestones ahead of another big Ashes summer.
Marcus Harris is feeling ‘at ease’ heading into the first test at the Gabba as he looks to improve on his last encounter with England.
With Tim Paine resigning as the Australian test captain, Jimmy Peirson should become Australia’s next wicket-keeper, here’s why:
Matthew Wade has always been known as a tough guy in Australian cricket, but his efforts to push through a side strain during the T20 World Cup Final is a crowning achievement for the keeper.
Experienced batter, Usman Khawaja, has a made a timely return to the test squad in time for the Ashes after putting together some impressive performances for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield this season.
The National Selection Panel (NSP) has named a 15-player squad for the first two matches of the Ashes Series against England that will begin on the 8th of December at the Gabba.
When Australia faced New Zealand in the final of the Mens T20 World Cup, there was a sense of familiarity to it for Michael Clarke.
Pat Cummins made his Test debut ten years ago today. Now gearing up to start preparations for his second home Ashes series, he feels like he’s come full circle
The venues for Australia’s Mens T20 World Cup title defence have been announced today by the ICC, which will take place in Australia in 2022.
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