'To beat Australia requires more than we have given'

India captain Mithali Raj under no illusions about the challenge facing her side when they meet the defending champions in the second semi-final of...

Blackwell wary of 'very dangerous' India team

Australia vice-captain Alex Blackwell looks ahead to the World Cup semi-final with India and hails the increased competitive nature of this tournament

From the Vault: When Mitch first met the Proteas

December 2008, and Mitchell Johnson is unleashed against South Africa for the very first time. The result? Career-best figures of 8-61

Lanning racing to be fit for World Cup semi-final

Captain Meg Lanning trained separately from the main group as Australia had their first hit-out at Derby ahead of Thursday's showdon with India

Aussies unfazed by India's Derby experience

Australia's World Cup semi-final will be the defending champions' first match in Derby, where opponents India have played four previous games at...

Kristen beaming with spin dominance at WWC

Kristen Beams discusses Australia's spin attack, their World Cup semi-final against India and the dominant recent form of star allrounder Ellyse Perry

From the Vault: Lillee's farewell Test performance

Australian fast-bowling legend Dennis Lillee bid farewell to Test cricket in 1984 with an eight-wicket haul against Pakistan at the SCG, including...

Australia still chasing perfect game: Mooney

Australia batter Beth Mooney discusses batting with Nicole Bolton, their win over South Africa and their World Cup semi-final against India on...

From the Vault: Pollock's career-best in Adelaide

South Africa seamer Shaun Pollock produced a career-best 7-87 against Australia at the Adelaide Oval in 1998 and finished with nine wickets for the...

Proteas captain laments poor fielding in Taunton

Dane van Niekerk knows her team has a lot to improve on when they take on England in the semi-finals of the Women's Cricket World Cup

In-form Bolton looks ahead to semi-final matchup

The Australia batter reflects on her recent form and discusses what her teams needs to do well against India in the semi-finals

Middle overs will be crucial: van Niekerk

South Africa skipper Dane van Niekerk knows that Australia's batting depth means her side can't relax for a moment in Saturday's World Cup clash

Australia aware of Proteas threat

Australia vice-captain Alex Blackwell believes South Africa always save their best for the current World Champions ahead of their clash in Taunton

No fear of 'world-class' Proteas quicks: Mott

Australia coach Matthew Mott discusses their upcoming match against South Africa, selection and 'the most talked about shoulder in world cricket'

Milestones mean little in defeat: Raj

After becoming the all-time leading ODI run-scorer in India's loss to Australia, a candid Mithali Raj reflects on the burden of captaincy and her...

Bowlers kept the pressure on India: Lanning

Australia captain Meg Lanning reflects on their win over India, praising an improved bowling effort, and looks ahead to their final group game...

We're in a difficult situation now: Mithali

India captain Mithali Raj believes consistency will be crucial as her side prepares to take on defending champions Australia on Wednesday

Aussies not feeling added pressure: Lanning

Australia take on India in a World Cup clash with big finals implications on Wednesday and Meg Lanning is confident her side can bounce back

Wides a 'massive issue': Gardner

Australia's Ashleigh Gardner says the defending champions will focus on their discipline with the ball after bowling 23 wides in the loss to England

Ice cool Hartley kept her "chill"

England youngster Alex Hartley says she had to tell herself to stay calm, cool and collected when bowling, and dismissing, Australia captain Meg...

Extras, execution cost Aussies: Lanning

Australia women's captain Meg Lanning and vice-captain Alex Blackwell addressed the media after the Women's World Cup group stage loss to England

From the Vault: Gavaskar's SCG special

After surviving a few early chances in 1986, the 'Little Master' put the Australians to the sword with a magnificent 172, his 32nd Test match century

From the Vault: SoS goes big at Bellerive

Australia batter Shaun Marsh compiled a sublime century against the West Indies at Blundstone Arena in 2015, finishing with a career-best 182 to...

From the Vault: Sourav shines at the Gabba

India skipper Sourav Ganguly produced a Player-of-the-Match performance with a knock of 144 in the first Test of the 2003-04 series against Australia

Total Recall: Jake's last-ball 6

Adelaide Strikers batter Jake Lehmann faced up for his first ball in BBL cricket with his side needing four runs to win. What happened next was...

'The match we've been looking forward to': Knight

England's Heather Knight admits their World Cup clash with Australia will have a little extra riding on it ahead of next summer's Ashes

Aussies to resume 'biggest rivalry' against England

Australia coach Joe Dawes and Megan Schutt discuss the upcoming World Cup clash with Ashes rivals England

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