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Johnson's 'new' contract only second term of two-year deal: CA
Cricket Australia has clarified that Mitchell Johnson will simply be serving the second year of a two-year deal signed under the old regime after the fast bowler was handed a national team contract for 2012/13, raising eyebrows across the country.

CA's new contract puts Clarke's base salary at $2 million
Captain Michael Clarke, who tops the list Cricket Australia's new contract list, will earn a base salary of about $2 million and will pocket much more when his skipper's allowance and match fees are taken into account.

Pay dispute ends, Clarke and Johnson big winners in CA's contract list
Skipper Michael Clarke and pacer Mitchell Johnson have emerged as biggest gainers in Cricket Australia's list of contracted players for the next year,as the governing body has reduced the number from 25 to 17.

Young Oz quickies Pattinson, Cummins in line for ODI tour of England
Australia's young fast bowling duo of James Pattinson and Pat Cummins are expected to be fit for the one-day international tour of England.

Inexperienced Starc in contention to play against Windies in Dominica
Inexperienced pacer Mitchell Starc can get a chance to play against the West Indies in the third Test due to injuries to fast bowlers Peter Siddle and James Pattinson.

Clarke vows to continue making ambitious declarations to get results
Australia captain Michael Clarke has vowed to keep making ambitious declarations in order to force a result even if it meant risking his plans.

Aussie bowling stocks depleted following exit of injured Siddle, Pattinson
Australia's fast bowling stocks have been stripped to bare essentials with the exit of Peter Siddle and James Pattinson, who have been home with back injuries.

Siddle could miss rest of Caribbean series
Australian fast bowler Peter Siddle may not take further part in the series against the West Indies amidst fears of back stiffness that could result in stress fractures.

Australia may play two spinners against Windies in second Test
Australia is considering playing spinner Michael Beer alongside Nathan Lyon for the second Test against the West Indies, temporarily dismantling their pace attack.

'In-form' Ryan Harris eager be part of Oz squad for as long as 'body holds up'
Australian paceman Ryan Harris has said he is keen to be a part of the squad for as long as he can.

Warner rues 'laziness' on field as fielding coach heads to IPL
Australian opener David Warner has lamented his team's lazy fielding performance on the first day of the Barbados Test match, as their fielding coach Steve Nixon left the Caribbean during the Twenty20 series last week to fulfill Indian Premier League commitments with Chennai Super Kings.

Brathwaite, Edwards help Windies build solid start in Kensington Oval Test against Oz
West Indies batsmen Kraigg Brathwaite and Kirk Edwards hit half-centuries to help their side put up a score of 179-3 at stumps against Australia on a rain-shortened opening day of the first cricket Test at Kensington Oval.

Oz pace attack for Barbados Test still undecided
Australia's selectors are still undecided about the pace attack for the first Test against the West Indies.

Harris still not confident of getting Oz team place for Barbados Test
Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris believes he will still miss a place in the playing eleven for the first Test match at the Kensington, Oval in Barbados against the West Indies, despite shining in a three-day tour match.

Harris right in the mix to play first Test against West Indies: Siddle
Australian pacer Peter Siddle believes that Ryan Harris is right in the mix to play in the first Test against the West Indies starting on Saturday.

Wade to make Test debut against Windies
Australia's rookie Matthew Wade will make his Test debut against the West Indies on Saturday, despite being rested from a warm-up match against a West Indies Board XI.

Five Oz pacemen battle for Test berths in West Indies series
Five Australian fast bowlers are battling for a Test berth against the West Indies ahead of the first game in Barbados next week.

Harris plays down chances of playing in Test series against Windies
Australian paceman Ryan Harris has said he will not feature in the Test series against the West Indies.

Lara Bingle enjoys quiet day at Albert Park before race
Lara Bingle enjoyed a low-key day with her mum Sharon at the Albert Park circuit just one day before the Australian F1 grand prix.

Spinner Beer recalled into 16-member Oz Test squad for West Indies series
Australian spinner Michael Beer has been recalled to the 16-member Test squad named for the West Indies tour.

Oz pacers have potential to be best in world: Arthur
Coach Mickey Arthur has said that Australia's new pace attack, including James Pattinson, has the potential to be the best in the world.

Dravid's wicked off no ball fired up Siddle
Australian pace bowler Peter Siddle has said he became a little more fired-up than usual after bowling Rahul Dravid off a no-ball and having the wicket disallowed during this first Test against India at Melbourne.

Odds favour Tendulkar to score his 100th century at SCG
Odds are in favour of Sachin Tendulkar, who has not scored a hundred since scoring his last international century 293 days and 19 innings earlier, to reach the milestone at the Sydney Cricket Ground during second Test against Australia.

'Ruthless' Clarke orders Oz pacers to target Indian tailenders with bouncers
Australia's skipper Michael Clarke showed his ruthless intention during his team's emphatic first Test victory by encouraging his pacers to bowl bouncers at the Indian tailenders.

Aussies look to filed four pacers for Sydney Test, recall Harris
Australia has recalled Ryan Harris for second Test against India, indicating that the Aussies are considering a four-man pace attack the Sydney game.

Batsmen put India on top on day 2 of Melbourne Test
Australian pacer Peter Siddle claimed Sachin Tendulkar's wicket in the Melbourne Test with just two deliveries remaining on day two, but was not able to stop India from domination day 2 of the Test match.

Razzaq backs India to beat Australia in upcoming Test series
Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has reckoned that India will beat Australia in the upcoming Test series because the latter lacks good bowlers.

India, not Australia emerging punters favourite to nail Test series
Punters in Australia do not see the country's current cricket team as the favourites to beat India in the forthcoming four-Test series.

Warne 'certain starter' for Big Bash League's opening match: Melbourne Stars coach
Melbourne Stars coach Greg Shipperd has described veteran bowler Shane Warne as a certain starter for the opening match of the Big Bash League.

Injured Pattinson, Siddle to be nursed through to India showdown
Fast bowlers James Pattinson and Peter Siddle both have minor injuries and will have to be nursed through to the Boxing Day Test.

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