Australia bounced back with victory over Pakistan, but now takes on a Sri Lanka side chomping at the bit and ready to play after enduring two consecutive washouts. Follow all the action in our live blog.
Pakistan's most tragic cricketing figure Wahab Riaz has once again been undone by Australia's batting belligerence and some sloppy fielding, writes Geoff Lemon.
Australia will be looking to bounce back after defeat to India in its last match, but standing in its way is Pakistan and some changeable English summertime weather. Bookmark this page and check back at 7:30pm AEST to join all the action in our live blog.
If the Australian team thought they had figured out how to handle Virat Kohli's Indian side, they flunked the exam at The Oval, writes Geoff Lemon.
Indian fans giving Australia's Steve Smith a fierce reception at The Oval over ball-tampering are told to cheer him instead. Who's the peace-maker? None other than Indian skipper Virat Kohli.
Australia is two-from-two in the Cricket World Cup, but faces its biggest test so far when it takes on India at the Oval. Make sure you bookmark this page and check back at 7:30pm AEST to join us on the live blog from the very first ball.
A confident Australian side takes on the West Indies in their next match at the Cricket World Cup. But it's the venue — and not just the opponent — that could prove to be the defending champions' biggest challenge.
It is the kind of selection headache Australia is welcoming, as four batters put their hands up for the two opening spots in the upcoming Women's Ashes series, writes Brittany Carter.
Australia cricketer Joe Burns is diagnosed with a fatigue disorder but the batsman should recover in time for the Ashes series, if selected.
Australia's women's Ashes squad has a familiar look to it, with Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry joined by young fast bowler Tayla Vlaeminck for the series starting in England next month.