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  • ‘AB de Villiers the best I've bowled to’

    Mitchell Johnson, the former Australia pacer rates South Africa's AB de Villiers as the best batsman he ever bowled to.

  • Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson retires

    Fiery Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson announced on Tuesday his retirement from all international cricket after the ongoing Test against New Zealand.

  • Australian players

    The Six Moments that sealed the World Cup for Australia

    It was the battle of trans-Tasman neighbours, the show down between a four-time tournament winner and a team playing in its maiden final

  • Australian players

    Australian cricketers up for $340K pay day if victorious

    It will be bonuses all around should the Australian cricket team beat the Kiwis at the MCG on Sunday night with each squad member in line to pocket almost $340,000

  • Australian players

    Australia vs New Zealand

    See the best moments of the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground where Australia locked horns with New Zealand

  • MCG

    Size not the only challenge for NZ at MCG

    It is not merely size that will be foreign to a New Zealand side that has not played in Australia, let alone the MCG, since 2011.

  • AUS NZ

    New Zealand in form, but Australia formidable at home

    New Zealand are electrifying, but Australia are clinical at home. The visitors are unbeaten, but the hosts have big-tournament pedigree

  • Australian players

    Australia vs India

    Catch a glimpse of the exciting highlights of the 2nd semifinal of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at SCG where India faced Australia

  • Australia have a great chance to win on their own ground against India

    Semi-war: Australia vs India

    As Australia, host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (CWC15), will take on India, defending world and unbeaten group champion of Pool B of the tournament, in the second semifinal on March 26 at Sydney Cricket Ground, both of the teams have their own aspirations to face co-host New Zealand in the finals at MCG

  • Who will taste success?

    Mitchell Johnson remains a once in a generation bowler more than a decade after he was first spotted by Dennis Lillee as a 17-year-old. No other fast man has been able to copy his successful left-arm method that mixes bouts of waywardness with spot-on strike-power. Off the field he is so shy that it is hard to believe he has taken on the role as Australia's chief marksman, a weapon capable of hitting batsmen and 155kph.

  • Game-changers for their teams

    Who will taste success?

    Who will taste success in the next round of matches at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015?

  • Michael Clarke and Mitchell Johnson share a light moment

    Team cheer Clarke's return: Johnson

    The return of regular Australia captain Michael Clarke for the second World Cup match against Bangladesh has the team's "full support" even if it will be tough to change a winning side, fast bowler Mitchell Johnson