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Michael Clarke
Player details
NameMichael Clarke
Dob2nd April 1981
ClubAustralia
Batting StyleRight-hand
Bowling StyleSlow left arm
Career Batting Stats
 AppsInningsRunsNOHSAvg10050
ODI23821777574313044.58855
Test Match10518082401932951.52727
Career Bowling Stats
 AppsInningsWktsRunsBBIAvgSREcon5w
ODI2381045621345/3538.1145.625.011
Test Match105633111526/937.1676.972.92

Michael Clarke NEWS

28th February 2014

South Africa skipper Graeme Smith ready for title decider

South Africa captain Graeme Smith and his Australian counterpart Michael Clarke are looking forward to an exciting contest in the winner-takes-all third Test which begins in Cape Town on Saturday.

29th January 2014

Michael Clarke says South Africa remain strong, even without Jacques Kallis

Australia captain Michael Clarke thinks South Africa will definitely miss Jacques Kallis in the upcoming Test series between the sides.

17th January 2014

Second ODI: James Faulkner is 'the new Michael Bevan' according to Australia skipper Michael Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke compared James Faulkner to one of Australia's one-day greats after his 69 not out thwarted England in the second ODI.

5th January 2014

Michael Clarke: Australia's 5-0 Ashes victory founded on hard work

Michael Clarke hailed his Ashes-winning bowling attack as the best in the world after Australia sealed a 5-0 whitewash over England in Sydney.

17th December 2013

Ashes 2013/14: Australia captain praises Ben Stokes, his bowlers after victory in Perth

Australia captain Michael Clarke lavished praise on his side after they clinched the Ashes with victory in the third Test - and then warned England "we'd love to win 5-0"

6th December 2013

Ashes: Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin hit centuries; Alastair Cook out cheaply

England's Ashes woes continued at the Adelaide Oval as Australia turned the screw on day two of the second Test.