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Travis Michael Head is an Australian international cricketer. He is contracted to South Australia and the Adelaide Strikers for domestic matches, as well as the team Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He is an aggressive left-handed batsman who usually opens in limited overs and in the middle-order in Tests. He is also a part-time right arm off-spin bowler. He was formerly a co vice-captain of the Australian national team in Tests from January 2019 to November 2020 but then renamed again as co vice-captain alongside Steve Smith at the beginning of the 2023 series against Pakistan. Head was a key member of the Australian team that won the 2023 ICC World Test Championship final, as he was the Player of the Match with his innings of 163 runs. In the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup final, Head led Australia to victory over India with an impressive 137 off 120 balls. He also became the second player ever to score a century when batting second in a World Cup final. Head also became the first player to score centuries in 2 ICC tournament finals in a same calendar year.
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Head's unbeaten 50 puts Australia in strong positionWatch the best shots from Travis Head's unbeaten 50 for Australia against India in the Cricket World Cup final in Ahmedabad.
Heartbreak for hosts India as Australia win Cricket World CupAustralia have won the Cricket World Cup after a Travis Head century took them to victory over India.
Head takes 'brilliant' catch as Rohit goes for 47Watch as Australia's Travis Head takes a "wonderful" catch to dismiss India captain Rohit Sharma for 47 during the Cricket World Cup final in Ahmedabad.
Watch best shots of Head's brilliant centuryWatch the best shots from Travis Head's brilliant innings of 108 for Australia against New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup.
Watch all the sixes from Warner & Head's 175-run standWatch all the sixes from an incredible 175-run opening wicket stand between Australia's David Warner and Travis Head against New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup.
Warner and Head smash Henry for three sixesDavid Warner and Travis Head smash Matt Henry for three sixes in an over as Australia make an electrifying start against New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup.
Broad gets Khawaja and Head wickets after lunchStuart Broad strikes twice after lunch to pick up the wickets of Usman Khawaja and Travis Head on day two of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Broad removes Head for 600th Test wicketEngland bowler Stuart Broad takes his 600th Test wicket, removing Australia batter Travis Head for 48 on day one of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
England bowler Broad takes 600th Test wicketEngland's Stuart Broad becomes just the second pace bowler to take 600 wickets in Test cricket after removing Australia's Travis Head in the fourth Ashes Test.
Root drops Carey then catches Head in consecutive ballsWatch as England's Joe Root catches Australia's Travis Head moments after dropping Alex Carey on four on a thrilling first day of the third Ashes Test.
Root removes Head and Green in same overJoe Root removes Travis Head and Cameron Green in the same over as England fight back against Australia on day one of the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
Moeen strikes as Australia lose fifth wicketMoeen Ali gets the wicket of Travis Head who goes for 16 as Australia lose their fifth wicket on day five of the first Ashes Test.
Australia four down as Ali gets Head for 50Moeen Ali picks up the wicket of Travis Head as Australia lose their fourth wicket on day two of the first Ashes Test.
Head drops Brook on 24Watch the moment England's Harry Brook is dropped on 24 by Australia's Travis Head as England reach 159-3 in the Ashes.
'Horrible shot!' Jadeja claims crucial wicket of Head for 18Watch as Ravi Jadeja picks up the wicket of Travis Head for 18, caught and bowled, on day three of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.
India make breakthrough as Head goes for 163India finally pick up their fourth wicket as Travis Head goes for 163 after being caugh behind off Mohammed Siraj's short ball on day two of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.
Australia dominate day one after Head centuryWatch highlights as Travis Head and Steve Smith put on an unbeaten 251-run partnership to see Australia dominate day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.
Head ton gives Australia control over IndiaTravis Head strokes a sparkling century to put Australia in a dominant position against India on day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.
Watch the best shots of Head's 50 against IndiaWatch the best shots from Travis Head's 50 against India on day one of the World Test Championship final at The Oval.
Head & Labuschagne tons put Australia in controlTravis Head and Marnus Labuschagne share 297-run partnership to put Australia in control of the second Test against West Indies.
Head and Warner condemn England to record defeatTravis Head and David Warner share a record 269-run stand as Australia beat England by 221 runs in the third ODI in Melbourne.
Ashes: Australia batter Travis Head to miss fourth Test after positive Covid testAustralia batter Travis Head will miss the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney after testing positive for Covid-19.
The Ashes: Travis Head caught at slip by Joe Root off Ollie RobinsonAustralia's Travis Head is caught at first slip for 27 by Joe Root off the bowling of Ollie Robinson on the second day of the third Test in Melbourne.
The Ashes: Ben Stokes removes Travis Head for 51 with brilliant diving catchEngland's Ben Stokes takes a brilliant diving catch to remove Travis Head in the second session of day four of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
The Ashes: Stuart Broad dismissed for nine as England all out for 236Watch as England's Stuart Broad is caught by Travis Head to end the innings 237 runs behind hosts Australia during the third day of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
The Ashes: England captain Joe Root bowls Travis HeadEngland captain Joe Root bowls Australia's Travis Head on day two of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
The Ashes: Travis Head scores century as Australia build lead against EnglandWatch highlights as England's dismal start to the Ashes series is compounded by Travis Head's blistering century on day two of the first Test at the Gabba.
Ashes: Australia name Travis Head and Mitchell Starc in team for first TestMiddle-order batter Travis Head and left-arm bowler Mitchell Starc will play for Australia in the first Ashes Test against England in Brisbane on Wednesday.