Australia's pay dispute with the players seems set to rumble on with skipper Steve Smith insisting they won't back down.
Australia's cricketers have rejected the offer of a revised pay deal with the bitter dispute over a revenue-sharing model rumbling.
Pace spearhead Mitchell Starc has been ruled out as Australia confirmed their squad for the upcoming Test tour of Bangladesh.
Cricket Australia plans to introduce the Dukes ball used in England to prepare players for the 2019 Ashes series.
Relive how Australia won by eight wickets at Old Trafford to secure a 3-2 victory in their ODI series with England.
Sir Ian Botham believes England warrant being installed as favourites against Australia for the first time this summer.
Relive the action from the fourth ODI at Headingley as England level the series. Watch live on Sky Sports 2.
Australia opener David Warner will have to sit out next month's two-Test series in Bangladesh.
Sir Ian Botham expects David Willey to help England to a series-levelling victory against Australia in the fourth ODI.
Mitchell Starc could be rested for the fourth ODI against England as Australia's gruelling tour takes its toll.
Adil Rashid is relishing being part of the current England set-up after finally breaking back into the side.
Chris Woakes has been ruled out of the remainder of England's one-day international series against Australia.
James Anderson says he is "fully fit" and hoping to play in one of Lancashire's remaining County Championship games.
Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has announced his retirement from first-class cricket.
The quality of James Taylor's maiden ODI century was put into context by Australia's 207 all out, says Mike Atherton.
Steve Smith called for an improvement from his batsmen after Australia were beaten by 93 runs in the third ODI against England.
James Taylor struck his maiden ton as England eased to a 93-run victory over Australia in the third ODI.
Jason Roy's ripper or Steven Finn's fantastic effort. Which was your catch of the third ODI at Old Trafford?
James Taylor put his series-saving hundred for England against Australia down to the frustration of two previous failures.
James Taylor struck his maiden ton as England beat Australia by 93 runs in the third ODI at Old Trafford to keep the series alive.