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Australia's Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson have been ruled out of the second ODI against India.
Stuart Clark has been warned that he may not feature in the decisive Ashes Test at The Oval.
Mitchell Johnson believes a simplified approach has led to him finally making an impact with the ball in the Ashes.
Australia completed a series-levelling victory over England by an innings and 80 runs shortly after lunch on day three at Headingley.
Brad Haddin insists Australia are not overly concerned about Mitchell Johnson's form.
Australia coach Tim Nielsen has faith Mitchell Johnson will halt a dip in his bowling form at Edgbaston this week.
Mike Hussey will captain Australia against Northants, but Brett Lee has been left out after failing to recover from a side strain.
Australia coach Tim Nielsen has backed Mitchell Johnson to come good in the third Ashes Test.
Australia's Tim Nielsen has pinpointed the mastery of reverse swing as the key to Ashes success.
Mitchell Johnson has big boots to fill following the retirement of Glenn McGrath but he is up for the task.
Australia are desperate to get back into action as they line-up against Sussex in their first Ashes warm-up.
Australia have asked for permission to use 12 players in the Ashes warm-up fixtures.
Brett Lee and Shane Watson have been named in Australia's squad for the ICC World Twenty20.
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has been named in Wisden's first ever Test Dream XI.
Paul Harris claimed six wickets as South Africa completed victory over Australia by an innings and 20 runs in Cape Town.
Australia bowled out South Africa for 291 to complete a 162-run victory in the first Test at the Wanderers.
Mitchell Johnson will spearhead the Australia bowling attack in the third one-day international against South Africa.
A devastating five-wicket burst from Mitchell Johnson saw Australia take control of the first Test as South Africa collapsed to 243-8.
Australia's selectors have recalled Shane Watson into their squad for the Test series against South Africa.
Australia's Mitchell Johnson overcame a nervous start to claim four prize Indian wickets on the third day of the first Test.
Athers, Nass and Bumble assess England's options ahead of Sunday's ICC Champions Trophy final.
As we count down to the Ashes we look back at England's 3-1 series victory in 2010-11.
Former skipper Andrew Strauss says England can pull off an ICC Champions Trophy-Ashes triple.
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