MITCHELL Johnson has spearheaded Australia to a 2-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy, defeating India by four wickets at the Gabba.

    A bewildered Australia captain Steve Smith says his side had absolutely no problem with the Gabba practice wickets that had India so enraged.

    ERIK Paartalu’s injury time header earns Melbourne City a valuable win against arch rivals Victory in a frantic derby. Re-live the action in our Match Centre.

    THE Melbourne Stars’ terrible start to BBL04 has continued, thanks to a Darren Sammy blitz and tight bowling from the Hobart Hurricanes.

    ONE day they were blowing up about the spice in their food. On Saturday it was the spice in the practice pitches, writes Robert Craddock.

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