Brisbane Test News
The International Cricket Council had earlier announced that England were fined 100 per cent match fee and five WTC points for the over-rate offence in Brisbane last week
Anderson confirmed he was back in the squad for the clash under lights at Adelaide starting Thursday, where the extra movement found with a pink ball should suit his game
Carey on Saturday created the record for taking most catches on Test debut as picked a total of eight catches in the first Ashes Test against England
The 27-year-old Head, controversially recalled to the Australia side ahead of veteran Usman Khawaja, justified his selection by passing 100 off only 85 balls.
Check out LIVE scorecard of the first Ashes Test being held at the Gabba in Brisbane.
Mitchell Starc bowled Rory Burns with the first ball of the Ashes series as Australia ripped through England's top order in a chaotic first hour of play at Brisbane on Wednesday
England haven't won a Test at Brisbane's 'Gabbatoir' since 1986 and will need to conquer psychological demons to avoid another potentially fatal start to their Ashes campaign on Wednesday
The 39-year-old, Test cricket's most prolific fast bowler with 632 scalps, has a minor calf problem, The Cricketer said with the BBC also reporting he was unlikely to start in Brisbane
'Ajinkya bhaiya asked me If could bowl': Navdeep Saini opens up on how he combatted groin pain to bowl in Brisbane Test
Navdeep Saini said he risked aggravating his injury by bowling in the second innings of the Brisbane Test but given what was at stake, "it was a no brainer".
Mohammad Hafeez said talent is not enough in modern day international cricket and what is more important is to have a proper process to "polish" the skills of the youngsters.
India vs Australia: 'Captaincy has been really good,' Brett Lee, Michael Clarke defend Tim Paine after series loss
Tim Paine, who took over from Steve Smith in 2018 after the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa, is copping criticism for not only the 1-2 defeat but also for his sloppy work behind the stumps.
Better players and better Indian teams have earlier graced the field of play in cricket but never braver than the Brisbane Test lot and Ravi Shatri deserves a lot of credit for it.
India vs Australia, Full Cricket Score, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 5, Highlights: Pant masterclass guides visitors to memorable series win
What a tour this has been! To bounce back after MCG’s horror 36-all out, draw the Sydney Test and win at Gabba, Australia’s fortress, just shows the character of this team. And India were without Kohli, Bumrah, Shami, Ashwin, Jadeja. Still, to win by a 2-1 scoreline in Australia’s backyard teaches you a lesson – never write off this new-age Indian cricket team. India have plenty of reserves, each individual hungry to prove his mettle. In that respect, as Harsha Bhogle said, due credit must be given to the "finishing school that Rahul Dravid is." That’s it from us today. We hope you enjoyed our coverage of India’s Australia tour. This is Sameer Chhabra and Shubham Pandey signing off. Adios.
India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 4, Full Cricket Score: Play abandoned due to rain; visitors need 324 runs to win
Alright, so the play has been abandoned on Day 4 due to rain. It is still pouring at Gabba. We have lost around 27 overs again today, with one more day to go and even if we start half an hour early, we won't be able to see recovering these overs tomorrow. So India need to bat out 98 overs tomorrow. They are 4/0 currently. Australia batted well to set India a target of 328 earlier. Siraj completed his first five-for and let this day be just about him and the Indian bowlers. They were seen as an inexperienced attack, and no one hoped a lot from them, they were rather expected to struggle but Siraj led from the front, Natarajan bowled with heart, Thakur showed his first-class experience and Saini bowled in second innings despite groin injury, Sundar kept picking wickets and kept it tight from one end as lone spinner. Magnificent day for India with the ball in hand. Theyhave picked 20 wickets in the game. See you tomorrow at 4 am IST. Expect a hard day of Test cricket from the two teams. Till then, take care and good-bye.
India vs Australia: Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur's resilient stand keeps visitors alive in Brisbane Test
Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar added 123 runs for the seventh wicket to help India score 336 in reply to Australia's first innings total of 369.
India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 3, Full Cricket Score: Harris, Warner guide hosts to 20/0 at stumps
A day of resilience for India. Half centurions Shardul and Sundar showed great maturity and character. India will be mighty pleased after managing 336. Australia just marginally ahead with a lead by 54 runs at the end of day’s play. Both their openers will take guard tomorrow. ‘ We hope you enjoyed our coverage. Do join us early morning tomorrow for Day 4’s coverage. Adios!
India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma's dismissal puts visitors on backfoot on rain-hit Day 2 of Brisbane Test
With heavy thundershowers preventing any play in the post tea session, India ended the day at 62 for two, 307 behind Australia's first innings total.
India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 2, Full Cricket Score: Play abandoned due to wet outfield as visitors trail by 307 runs
So the whole last session has been lost and the officials have decided to make up for it by resuming the game half an earlier tomorrow. Day 2 honours should go to India. With an inexperienced bowling attack, they restricted Australian first innings to 369 after the hosts resumed innings today at 274/5. Rohit batted well for his 44 before his attacking style of play led to his fall, yet again. Pujara and Rahane have looked assured in the middle and India, trailing by 307, need them to carry on for long.The coverage starts tomorrow at 4 am and remember the game resumes at 5 am and not 5.30 am IST. Take care and good-bye.
India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 1, Full Cricket Score: Hosts finish day at 274/5
Siraj to bowl the final over of the day. Mix up between the batters off the second but thankfully, no damage is done, a comfortable double there. The third delivery is a nip backer, Green happy to leave it. A wild bouncer off the last. Australia finish Day 1 at 274/5.
India vs Australia: Marcus Harris will open in Brisbane Test if Will Pucovski is unavailable, says Justin Langer
Will Pucovski suffered a partially dislocated shoulder during the Sydney Test.