AUSTRALIA'S S TOUR OF ENGLAND

  • Johnson reveals how England's taunts worked July 10, 2012

    Manchester: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has admitted that the jibes he received from England fans during the successive Ashes series defeats had dented his often fragile confidence. But as he prepared for another clash with the old enemy in the fifth and final oneday international at Old Trafford here...
  • 3rd ODI: Series victory in sight for England July 3, 2012

    It seems almost unlikely that Australia can win the series from here but we've seen in the past that one victory can do wonders to a team's confidence and fortune. It will take an inspired team effort or an extraordinary brilliance from a couple of key individuals, for Australia to...
  • Allround England take 20 series lead July 1, 2012

    London: Ravi Bopara starred with both bat and ball as England coasted to a sixwicket win over Australia with 26 balls to spare in the second oneday international (ODI) at The Oval on Sunday. England saw allrounder Bopara topscore with 82 in a total of 252 for 4 after taking 1...
  • Warner says England attack 'gettable' June 30, 2012

    London: Australia opener David Warner has urged his fellow batsmen to pile the pressure on England's "gettable" attack in the remainder of the archrivals' oneday international series. England who will replace Australia at the top of the 50over rankings if they complete a 50 clean sweep in the series ...
  • Australia look to upset England juggernaut June 28, 2012

    London: After thrashing West Indies, the highspirited England side will now aim to continue their winning momentum against Australia in the fivematch ODI series starting on Friday. The traditional rivals will face off in the first ODI at Lord's and a confident England, who have recently trounced West Indies in...
  • Aus look to blood youngsters on Eng tour June 14, 2012

    Sydney: Australia are looking forward to blood some of their young players in English conditions on their upcoming tour of England with half an eye on next year's Ashes, captain Michael Clarke said on Thursday. Australia play five oneday internationals against England and one against Ireland but no tests on the...