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Bangladesh's Mahmudullah, left, celebrates with teammate Mushfiqur Rahim after hitting a four to win the Tri-Nations ...

Kiwis in landmark ODI loss to Bangladesh

New Zealand have succumbed to a five-wicket loss to Bangladesh in the final match of the tri-series in a setback to their Champions Trophy preparations.

Share's fair in cricket war – or is it?

Can David Warner and his fellow players find common ground with Cricket Australia?

Duly, Cricket Australia and its players will have to come to some sort of compromise on revenue-sharing. But it won't be before more posturing, and not without much more lost ...

Head hoping record holds him good stead

Travis Head is hoping he's done enough to earn him a spot in Australia's side for the tournament opener.

Featuring in a record opening stand of 284 would usually cement a players spot at the top of the order, but Travis Head says he'll just be happy to get a game for Australia in ...

Warner's Sunrisers go crashing out in IPL

Kane Williamson, left and David Warner shared a second-wicket stand of 50 runs.

Kolkata Knight Riders stayed in contention for their third IPL title after beating defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets via the Duckworth/Lewis method in a ...

CA, players disagree to agree

Other options: David Warner has warned leading players may not be involved in the next Ashes series.

The good news is that Cricket Australia and the players' body, the Australian Cricketers' Association, are talking again. The bad news is that they're going round in circles.

Smith skippers Pune to IPL decider

Manoj Tiwary helped Pune to a defendable total.

Australian Test skipper Steve Smith's Rising Pune Supergiant are through to the IPL final for the first time after beating Mumbai Indians by 20 runs.

Vaughan fears for cricket amid pay dispute

Michael Vaughan celebrates England's Ashes win with teammates in 2005.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes the Australian pay dispute hanging over the Ashes could be the first of many to affect the international game.