Fresh from their 3-1 hammering in the recently concluded five-Test series in England, Team India may be in for similar humiliation Down Under, feels former Australian pace spearhead Glenn McGrath.
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Australian legend Glenn McGrath may play a mentoring role to Indian fast bowlers ahead of the 50-over ICC World Cup to be held in Australia and New Zealand next year.
Test great Glenn McGrath has hailed Australia's rediscovery of "bit of mongrel" in the Ashes series and said they were starting to resemble the top teams of the past.
Test great Glenn McGrath says enigmatic paceman Mitchell Johnson must play in the Test series against England, believing he can be a big part in Australia recapturing the Ashes.
With Sachin Tendulkar announcing his retirement, here we look at some of the retirements from the 21st century which were hard to come to terms with.
Australia great Shane Warne maintained on Wednesday that England had won the Ashes in spite, rather than because, of Alastair Cook's overly defensive captaincy.
Former Australian Test bowler Glenn McGrath has said that it is time for the Australian team to play with ''a bit of pride and passion'' in the third Ashes Test if they want to have a chance to regain their almost-lost Ashes hopes.
Australia great Glenn McGrath bemoaned a "horror day" for the tourists as Joe Root batted England into a position of total dominance in the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
Former Australian bowling great Glenn McGrath is all set to take on the job of director at the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai.
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