Tillakaratne Dilshan responds to Wessels' pre-series jibe that even an A team can beat Sri Lanka
Ian Chappell does not think Rahul Dravid getting bowled three times in a Test quite befits his nickname
Former Australia captain and current television commentator, Ian Chappell, on the baggy green
Michael Clarke on Ed Cowan, who will debut against India on Boxing Day
Nazmul Hossain, who made a Test comeback for the first time since 2004, hopes he wouldn't have to wait an eternity for his next Test
I'll probably give him a cuddle and a kiss goodnight ... [Tampering with his alarm] would be tampering with my own alarm, we are literally sleeping 30cm apart from each other.
Ed Cowan, who will be sharing an hotel room with Phil Hughes during their three-day game against the Indians. Both are fighting for the opener's slot for Boxing Day
There are a few of us who have been hit on the head and who wish we can bowl fast. Jakes is blessed that he can do both.
Graeme Smith is in awe of Jacques Kallis' ability to come back from a knock on the head, to bounce the bowler who hit him
Michael Hussey on the scheduling of the Big Bash League during Australia's Test series against India
I do not like swimming or going in the water, but I will be there posing. I have been looking after my body, so I have a lot to offer by posing.
Chris Gayle voices his interest in the Sydney Thunder's promotional activities on Bondi Beach during the Big Bash League
Rahul Dravid on his and Sachin Tendulkar's return to Australia when many thought the 2007-08 tour would be their last
Survived most frightening drive from Chittagong hotel to the airport. The driver didn't know where his off stump was, bit like BD batsmen!
The Bangladesh batsmen will do well to not follow Ramiz Raja's Twitter page
If P Hughes is shaving tomorrow and gets a nick, M Guptill will appear from the medicine cabinet with a band-aid.
ABC radio commentator Kerry O'Keeffe, after Phillip Hughes is caught by Martin Guptill off Chris Martin for the fourth time in four innings
Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez explains why he is nicknamed 'the professor'
Scott Styris tweets from the golf course, as New Zealand fold for 150 against Australia in Hobart
Virender Sehwag is understandably a little tired after his record-breaking ODI double-century
Ross Taylor barracks for Phillip Hughes' further inclusion in the Australian Test side. Hughes scored 10 and 7 in Australia's nine-wicket win over new Zealand at Gabba. Taylor managed 14 and 0
Ishant Sharma's advice to fellow fast bowlers Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron
Queensland fast bowler Ben Cutting on Twitter after getting injured during a Sheffield Shield game against Victoria
We have some seriously good players at the moment, shining in Tests. The chances of them being around in 2017 is zero.
Haroon Lorgat, the ICC CEO, is disappointed that some players who've made Tests exciting won't be playing the Test Championship in six years from now
Brad Haddin suggests Ian Healy talk to him directly about his keeping, rather than talking to the media
Chris Cairns thinks Ponting must go after the Test series against New Zealand
Virender Sehwag about Varun Aaron and Umesh Yadav's batting in the tense chase in Cuttack, but he could well have been echoing the thoughts of his own batting coaches
Kirk Edwards' chant from cover, as the Mumbai Test headed for a tight finish
Sunil Gavaskar backs up an earlier assertion, about the first Indian World Cup-winning side being better looking than the second, with details of how many players from the former had acted in films
Ross Taylor wanted to watch Pat Cummins bowl, but said Australia's Tests in South Africa weren't on television in New Zealand
Michael Clarke was not too comfortable, watching the lower order push Australia towards victory in Johannesburg
Ian Chappell explains the problem with Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle
Dale Steyn explains that he got substitute fielder Dale Deeb's name wrong on the morning of the day Deeb cost Steyn a five-for
Manchester City footballer James Milner, who was a batsman in Yorkshire's junior teams, on why his cricketing career has been put on hold
It is like giving a machine gun to a monkey. It can be fantastic or it can be an absolute disaster too
Hugh Morris on the perils of players using Twitter
The whole second innings thing is a blur. Luckily, there are highlights, so you can see it every ten minutes on television.
Morne Morkel can't get enough of watching Australia's collapse at Newlands
Former West Indies wicketkeeper and commentator Jeff Dujon makes it clear what he thinks of the wicket for the Kolkata Test between India and West Indies
Australia captain Michael Clarke feels his 151 was no consolation in the face of his team's remarkable slip at Newlands
Former Australia captain Mark Taylor went to bed when South Africa were 49 for 1 at Newlands, and awoke soon after to find Australia 21 for 9
Michael Clarke may have scored what was arguably his best Test century at Newlands, but that did not necessarily make it Australia's day
Sanjay Manjrekar ribs co-presenter Courtney Walsh while discussing Sachin Tendulkar's wait for a 100th century
Martin Crowe on making a comeback to club cricket at the age of 49
No signs yet of Waqar Younis and Shahid Afridi burying the hatchet
In Katich's last seven innings, he averaged only 29.00. I averaged over 85.00 from my last seven hits and he calls himself poorly treated?
Dean Jones doesn't think Simon Katich has been dealt too bad a deal
If five bowlers can't finish the job, maybe seven can, reckons Ottis Gibson, the West Indies coach