Cairns found not guilty in match-fixing case

Former New Zealand skipper Chris Cairns has been found not guilty in a match-fixing case which began back in October.

Next time will be different: McCullum

Brendon McCullum says his side will be peaking in February when Australia arrive in New Zealand for a Test series.
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NZ want ICC clarification after DRS shocker

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson says his side has contacted the International Cricket Council regarding Nigel Llong's contentious verdict in Adelaide.

Aussies claim special place in history

Shaun Marsh has finally played the part of hero to help guide Australia to a win in cricket's first ever day-night Test.
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Ankle surgery needed but not now: Starc

Australia spearhead Mitchell Starc says he's unsure when he will be fit enough to bowl again.
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Steve Smith wary of breaking Hazlewood

Australian captain Steve Smith says he's wary of placing too much of a fast bowling burden on Josh Hazlewood.
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Banned Coulter-Nile in Test frame

If Nathan Coulter-Nile can keep his mouth shut, he's likely to be summoned into Australia's Test squad.
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Smith back to No.1 on ICC batting charts

Steve Smith and Joe Root have dethroned AB de Villiers at the top of the International Cricket Council's Test batting rankings.
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Selectors mull pace options for Hobart

Mitchell Johnson is retired, Mitchell Starc is hurt and Josh Hazlewood is sore - leaving Australia's selectors with some work to do before the Hobart Test.
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Redbacks notch big win over Tasmania

South Australia takes a 459-run lead into the final day of their Sheffield Shield clash with Tasmania who have seven wickets in hand.
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