On Monday, officials announced an easing of restrictions after no new daily or deaths, opening the door to some good news for cricket fans.
Virat Kohli and Co allowed to train in Sydney during quarantine after deal between government and CA
The Indian team was initially supposed to land in Brisbane but the Queensland state health authorities did not relax their 14-day quarantine rule to allow Virat Kohli and Co to train during that period.
Australia head coach Justin Langer not in favour of fielding two separate teams for New Zealand, South Africa tours
Australia is scheduled to play five T20s in New Zealand from 22 February to 7 March. At the same time, they are slated to tour South Africa for three Test matches, which will form part of the inaugural 2019-21 ICC World Test Championship.
The Sydney Test, usually known as the New Year's Test, begins in the first week of January but has been pushed back to 7 January in the planned schedule.
Tim Paine not worried about lack of practice with red ball for Australia's IPL stars ahead of India series
Tim Paine exuded confidence that making a transition from white-ball to red-ball cricket won't be an issue for the players.
Australian cricketers will be involved in the series against England, three T20Is and three ODIs, then playing in the IPL in the UAE and then returning to Australia for a Test series against India.
Anil Kumble says he wanted to set example by not pulling out of controversy-hit tour of Australia in 2008
Anil Kumble says pulling out of the 2007-08 Australia Tour following the controversial Sydney Test could have been an "acceptable" option but his side continued the series to set an example by winning the remaining matches under trying circumstances.
The 29-year-old batsman, who has so far played 8 ODIs and 20 T20Is for Australia, said the pressure of performance bogged him down as he failed to grab his opportunities.
Pat Cummins on IPL recording-breaking bid: 'Feeling yet to sink in but my life hasn't changed at all'
A lot of cricketers have had changed priorities since the advent of private T20 leagues but Cummins is a chip off the old block who, like India skipper Virat Kohli, values the Test format.
Hazlewood and his proven pace colleagues will be up against the Kohli-led Indian team if its upcoming tour of Australia goes on as scheduled.
Smith was serving one year ball tampering suspension when India toured Down Under in 2018-19 and won their maiden Test series 2-1 with David Warner also among list of banned players.
Cricket Australia chief executive Kevin Roberts is set to be replaced by an interim CEO after losing support of the board over his stewardship of the game during the coronavirus shutdown.
Former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody names his greatest all-rounders across Test, ODI and T20I formats
Moody named South Africa’s Jacques Kallis and West Indies’ Gary Sobers as the two greatest all-rounders in Test cricket.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has shared a 'wonderful moment' between India skipper Virat Kohli and Australia batsman Steve Smith from the 2019 ICC World Cup on Twitter.
As Steve Smith turned 31 on 2 June, the cricketing fraternity took to Twitter to wish the ace Australian batsman.
Australian cricketer Steve Smith has revealed his admiration for Team India skipper Virat Kohli, during a recent interaction on 'Sony Ten Pitstop'.
Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg recently suggested ways Cricket Australia could improve its Big Bash League (BBL) so as to increase people’s interest in the T20 league.
Former Australia pacer Brett Lee has picked Steve Smith over Virat Kohli when asked to choose between the two. Lee said he chose Smith based on all that the Australian batsman had gone through in his career.
Club cricket set to resume in Australia from 6 June; cricketers will not be allowed to use sweat and saliva
Competitive cricket is set to resume in Australia for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic struck the globe when the Darwin and District Cricket Competition season begins with a T20 tournament from 6 June.
Australian opener David Warner says he is feeling fitter than ever despite missing two of the last three years of cricket and making it to the 2023 ODI World Cup remains his "ultimate goal".