Cricket News sort by The Ashes 2010-11

Brisbane: A gritty 81 not out by Michael Hussey and his unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of 77 runs with Brad Haddin prevented an Australian collapse on the second day of the first Test on Friday.

MIKE Hussey has led an Australian counter-attack after England dominated the second session in the opening Ashes Test at the Gabba. The hosts are 5-220 – with Michael Hussey on 81 and Brad Haddin on 22 – to trail England by 40 runs when play was stopped for rain with a scheduled hour left.

Australia through a magical spell from Peter Siddle bundled out England for 260 on Day 1 of the first Ashes Test at the GABBA, Brisbane.

PETER Siddle has taken a hat-trick to wreck an England middle order in front of a rapturous full house in the opening Ashes Test at the Gabba. Any questions about Siddle’s selection ahead of Doug Bollinger were erased in a dramatic over 10 minutes before drinks in the last session.

Ashes 2010 1st Test Live Scres: England vs Australia 1st Test at Brisbane, 25 Nov, 2010, 5:30 AM IST. Eng 260/10; Aus 25/0 on Stumps Day 1.

Australia have declared the playing 11 for first Ashes Test match at Brisbane and have got in Peter Siddle in place of Doug Bollinger as the third bowler.

Watch the Australia v England 1st Test live on Star Cricket in India and Channel Nine in Australia. Also watch the Australia v England 1st Test highlights on the same channels after the game.

Brisbane: Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke missed training due to a back injury Monday, casting doubt over his fitness for the first Ashes cricket Test against England.