Michael Clarke was born in Liverpool, in Sydney’s south in 1981. He made his Test debut in 2004 v India, scoring 151. Clarke became Australia’s 43rd Test cricket captain in 2011 while also leading Australia’s one-day side. In 115 Tests he scored 8643 runs, averaging 49.10. Clarke is a four-time winner of the Allan Border Medal and was twice named Wisden Cricketer of the Year. After 245 ODI games and almost 8000 runs his final ODI innings of 74 won Australia the 2015 World Cup. Clarke retired from Test cricket in 2015 with a win-loss-draw record of 24-16-7 as captain. He lives in Sydney with wife Kyly and daughter Kelsey Lee.