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Saker was responding to opening batsman Cameron Bancroft suggestion that Australia's bowlers knew about the plan in Cape Town to alter the ball which earned him a nine-month ban and rocked the game.
India vs Australia: Visitors can script turnaround if batsmen cope with bounce well, says Darren Lehmann
India were bundled out for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in their second innings at Adelaide Oval as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the first pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
The 50-year-old, who is preparing for a four-Test series against India starting in Adelaide next week, said tinnitus, vertigo and vestibular migraines struck out of the blue during the World Cup in England.
Virat Kohli is one of game's most influential personalities, say ex-Australia players Greg Chappell, Mark Taylor
Virat Kohli is "a very powerful guy" in world cricket who can perform both the roles of an aggressive cricketer and a statesman with great aplomb, feels former Australian captain Mark Taylor.
Morkel, 36, who played 86 Tests and 117 ODIs for the Proteas, moved to Australia in 2018, where he lives with his sports broadcaster wife and children.
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has created a list of XI bald-headed cricketers which he named Test cricket's greatest Bald XI.
Lehmann said dividing responsibilities format-wise should increase the longevity of the coaches.
Australia captain Tim Paine says players' behaviour 'has improved' since 2018 ball-tampering scandal
Australia’s ill-tempered tour of South Africa exploded in a ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town two years ago, leading to a review of the team culture among other measures
Former Australia cricketer and coach Darren Lehmann to undergo heart bypass surgery after suffering chest pains
Lehmann, who turned 50 on Wednesday was on the Gold Coast to watch his son Jake captain the Cricket Australia XI against the touring England Lions at Metricon Stadium.
New documentary series to show journey of Australian cricket team from ball-tampering scandal to Ashes success
The eight-part series titled 'The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team', will feature behind-the-scenes footage of Australia's first ever Test series loss to India on home soil, the World Cup semifinal exit and the Ashes defence after that
The Hundred: Aaron Finch to lead Northern Superchargers in next year's tournament, England's Lauren Winfield named women's skipper
Finch has played for seven different teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and he has also represented Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League (BBL).
Ex-Australia international Lisa Keightley becomes first woman to be appointed full-time coach of England women's cricket team
Keightley — who coached the England Women's Academy between 2011 and 2015 — takes over a team that, like their male counterparts, are world champions in the 50 over format
Ashes 2019: Justin Langer says losing Steve Smith a big blow; calls decision to rest him 'no brainer'
The 30-year-old Smith — who has scored two centuries and 92 in his three innings in the first two Tests — was felled by a Jofra Archer bouncer on Saturday in the first innings of the second Test at Lord's.
The 49-year-old — who was cleared of involvement in the scandal which resulted in Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft being banned — told Press Association Sport he was delighted to be returning to Yorkshire.
England vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Ricky Ponting says injuries, loss against Proteas not ideal developments before semi-final clash
Despite losing to South Africa in their last league match, which resulted in India taking the top spot in the points table, Ponting said Australia have been the best side of the tournament to date.
England vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Eoin Morgan says he won't tell English fans on how to react to David Warner, Steve Smith
England captain Eoin Morgan insists it is not his job to tell supporters how to react to shamed Australia stars David Warner and Steve Smith when the arch-rivals meet.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Steve Smith and David Warner ready to face ire of England fans, says Australia coach Justin Langer
Justin Langer believes no amount of crowd abuse Steve Smith and David Warner may receive in England can compare to what they've already experienced.
Lehmann said returning to the Heat, the team he steered to a Big Bash title in 2013, was a chance to "come back to where it all started" after his bruising experience with the national team.
Steve Smith should not have turned blind eye to ball-tampering plan, says former coach Darren Lehmann
Lehmann stepped down as coach after Smith and his deputy David Warner were handed one-year bans by Cricket Australia in exemplary punishment for their role in the scandal in March that shook the game.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli an excitable character, nothing wrong with his on-field behaviour, says Darren Lehmann
An "excitable character" who wants to win at all times, that's how former Australian coach Darren Lehmann described Virat Kohli and said there was nothing wrong with the Indian captain's on-field conduct.