Brydon Coverdale

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Kusal Perera attempts to stump David Warner

India v Australia, 1st Test, Pune

Australia brace for tough road test on Pune's debut

Australia have won their last four Tests, but will face a different challenge when they play the No. 1 team, India, who have not lost a Test at home since December 2012

Usman Khawaja opened the batting in David Warner's absence

Australia in India 2016-17

'Tight call' between Renshaw and Khawaja for opening slot

A decision between Matt Renshaw and Usman Khawaja as David Warner's opening partner looms as Australia's only major selection question-mark ahead of the first Test against India in Pune later this week

Asela Gunaratne celebrates a wicket

Australia v Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I, Geelong

Hard to defend against Gunaratne - Finch

Aaron Finch said that Asela Gunaratne, who led Sri Lanka to a last-ball win in Geelong, was a particularly difficult batsman to defend against due to his ability to strike boundaries to any part of the ground

Jhye Richardson is congratulated after he removed Kusal Mendis

Australia v Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I, Victoria

Dunk sets the stage alight

Plays of the day from the second T20 international between Australia and Sri Lanka in Victoria

Usman Khawaja falls lbw to Dilruwan Perera after missing a sweep shot

India A v Australians, tour match, Mumbai, 1st day

Shaun Marsh preferred over Khawaja in tour match

Usman Khawaja's absence is a significant pointer as the probable inclusion of an allrounder in Australia's XI means only five specialist batting positions will likely be available

A Finch among the seagulls

Australia news

'I still want to play Test cricket'

Having averaged over 50 in first-class cricket over the last three years, Aaron Finch seems to have come of age as a red-ball batsman and hopes he can one day wear the Baggy Green

Aaron Finch goes inside out

International cricket comes to Geelong

Cricket's banner flies down at Kardinia Park

Geelong is about to become just the second non-capital city to host a full international featuring Australia, and this may be just the start