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Wes Hall and Lindsay Kline at the 40-year reunion of the tied Test

Lindsay Kline 1934-2015

Australian spinner Lindsay Kline dies at 81

Lindsay Kline, the left-arm wrist-spinner who faced the final ball of the famous tied Test between Australia and West Indies in 1960, has died at the age of 81

James Sutherland reacts during a press conference

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

Australia postpone tour of Bangladesh

Cricket Australia has officially postponed the Test tour of Bangladesh due to security concerns. James Sutherland, the Cricket Australia chief executive officer, announced the decision late on Thursday evening

Mitchell Starc is mobbed by his team-mates

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

Australian players sent back to state squads

Australia's Test cricketers have been sent back to their state squads, with the Test tour of Bangladesh now almost certain to be cancelled due to safety concerns

Workers put up a sign opposite the Shere Bangla Stadium

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

Doubts grow over Bangladesh series

Australia's tour of Bangladesh appears increasingly in danger of being cancelled, with Cricket Australia's security team on their way home following a series of meetings in Bangladesh

James Sutherland reacts during a press conference

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

CA security manager to visit Bangladesh

Cricket Australia will make a decision on whether to proceed with the Test tour of Bangladesh after its security manager Sean Carroll meets with officials in Bangladesh over the coming days

The Australia players had to carry their own chairs

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

The rapid rise of vice-captain Voges

Less than six months on from a Test debut at 35, Adam Voges is thrilled to be heading into a tour of Bangladesh as Steven Smith's deputy

Cameron Bancroft drives the ball through the leg side

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

Bancroft eager to grab chance as Australia go young

Cameron Bancroft, who could become Australia newest Test opener, has said that he will do "everything in your power" to play his own game and be successful

Andrew Fekete runs in to bowl

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

'Last 12 months have been a whirlwind' - Fekete

Andrew Fekete made his first-class debut at 28, and at 30 he has shot out of left field to be picked in Australia's squad for the Test tour of Bangladesh. Even Fekete considered himself "a fair way down the pecking order" a couple of months ago

Cameron Bancroft steadied Western Australia after an early wicket

Australia in Bangladesh 2015-16

Australia's dizzying case of future shock

It is hard to recall a less experienced squad, in recent years at least, flying out of Australia for a Test tour. This is the first glimpse of how the team will look in the Steven Smith era