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  • Rock thrown at Australia cricket team bus in India: Finch

    A rock shattered a window on the Australian cricket team's bus as they returned to their hotel after the series-levelling win over India in the second Twenty20 international, batsman Aaron Finch tweets.

  • India showing they are a class above, says Finch

    Australia opener Aaron Finch, who scored 124 in Indore after missing the defeats in Chennai and Kolkata with a calf problem, says Australia had failed to take their chances against India but concedes there was a clear difference between the sides.

  • NZ to launch urgent inquiry into Napier washout

    New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and local authorities have agreed to an urgent inquiry to determine why the second one-day international between the hosts and Australia was abandoned on Thursday without a ball being bowled.

  • Finch to captain Twenty20 team against Sri Lanka

    Opening batsman Aaron Finch will lead the Australian Twenty20 team in the upcoming series against Sri Lanka with captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner resting ahead of the tour of India.

  • Aus clinch ODI series

    John Hastings claims six wickets before Aaron Finch and George Bailey's attacking half-centuries power Australia to a series clinching win.

  • Bowlers lift South Africa to top spot

    Paceman Kagiso Rabada leads a brilliant South Africa bowling display to lift the Proteas to a 47-run win over Australia in the triangular one-day international series.

  • Fizz’s Sunrisers look to firm up playoff spot

    With Australian opener David Warner at the helm, Sunrisers Hyderabad defy all odds with their four-pronged pace attack, and managed to climb to the top of the points table despite a precarious start to their campaign.

  • Finch, Marsh star as Australia win ODI series

    Australia beat England by eight-wicket leading to a 3-2 series victory in the deciding one-day international at Old Trafford.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc (R) celebrates dismissing England's Moeen Ali for 10 runs

    Not an English summer!

    While chasing Australia's gigantic total of 342 runs, England struggle to reach the 200-mark. Lower-order batsman James Taylor helms the English innings with his unbeaten 98 runs while his co-players keep returning to the pavilion. By sheer misfortune, he misses his maiden ODI century and England face a defeat of 111 runs

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