Meanwhile, Steve Smith has been included in the 14-member Australia squad announced by Cricket Australia on Tuesday.
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Smith returned at the Old Trafford post a concussion-forced break and amassed 293 runs in the fourth Ashes Test, which Australia won by 1...Read More
"Complicated technique but an organised mindset is what sets Steve Smith apart. Incredible comeback!" Tendulkar tweeted while praising Smith
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With this feat, he became only the second Australian to register two double centuries in England. He also became the second-fastest batsm...Read More
At stumps, England were 23/1, still trailing by 474 runs with three days of play remaining.
Australia were 98-2 off 26 overs at lunch after Stuart Broad's double strike, which included David Warner's exit for a duck, reduced them...Read More
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Leeds: Former Australia skipper Steve Smith has revealed that the first thought which came to his mind after he was hit on the neck by a ...Read More
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Warner was batting on 26 off 50 deliveries (3x4) with Steve Smith's replacement Marnus Labuschagne giving him company on 7.
If there's one person who has been making headlines on a consistent basis in the ongoing Ashes series, it has to be former Australia skip...Read More
Holders Australia, bidding to win their first away Ashes series for 18 years, humbled England last time out thanks in large part to Smith
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Smith, pilloried and banned for a year over the infamous 'Sandpaper-gate' affair, rose above taunts of "We saw you cry on the telly" with...Read More
Smith as good as he ever was Any thoughts Steve Smith might be rusty on his return to Test cricket following a 12-month ban for his invol...Read More
Smith, back in the team after 16 months of suspension, followed a brilliant 144 on day one with an equally fine 142 on day four to become...Read More
By Asia News International
The 30-year-old is playing his first Test after serving a one-year ban due to his involvement in the ball-tampering scandal.
Australia are the holders of the Ashes going into the series, having won in 2017-18.
By FPJ Web Desk
Steve Smith was back to Test cricket in the most stunning manners with his 24th century, as Australia posted 284 in their first innings o...Read More
Smith made his comeback to the Test format after serving a one-year ban over his involvement in the ball-tampering scandal last year.
Australia were dead and buried at 122 for 8, but Smith found resolute support from Peter Siddle and Nathan Lyon, to climb back onto the o...Read More