Mickey Arthur to be tough on discipline

Newly appointed Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has asserted that he will not compromise on discipline and fitness levels among the players in the team.
10 May 2016

Mickey Arthur's comments on match-fixing a dead issue - Shahryar Khan

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shahryar Khan has clarified that Mickey Arthur’s comments over match-fixing allegations in the 2007 series between Pakistan and South Africa were no longer an issue for the board.
9 May 2016

Shahid Afridi, Mohammad Hafeez skip PCB's fitness tests

Senior Pakistan cricketers Shahid Afridi and Mohammad Hafeez have decided to skip the fitness test being conducted by the Pakistan Cricket Board at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.
9 May 2016

Wasim Akram unhappy with attitude of former Pakistan cricketers

Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram has expressed his disappointment with the attitude of a number of former players who were not prepared to apply for the post of the national coach through the proper channels.
9 May 2016

Pakistan needs to follow Australia's domestic structure - Javed Afridi

The chief executive officer of Haier Pakistan and the owner of the Peshawar Zalmi franchise Javed Afridi stated that Pakistan must adopt the domestic structure of Australian cricket.
7 May 2016

Mickey Arthur appointed as head coach of Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Board announced on Friday that they have appointed former Australian and South African coach Mickey Arthur as the head coach of the national team.
6 May 2016

Stuart Law declines Pakistan coach role

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Shahryar Khan has confirmed that former Australian batsman Stuart Law has declined to accept the offer to become the coach of the Pakistan team.
6 May 2016

Yasir Arafat lauds Inzamam-ul-Haq for taking bold decisions

Former Pakistan all-rounder Yasir Arafat has applauded the decision of chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq to drop Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal from the 35-man squad for a training camp in Abbottabad ahead of England tour.
5 May 2016

PCB releases list of centrally contracted women cricketers for 2016

Pakistan Cricket Board has increased the number of centrally contracted women cricketers to 22 as they announced the contracts for the year 2016.
5 May 2016

Australia remain No.1 in ODIs, New Zealand claim top spot in T20I rankings

Australia continue their reign at the top of the International Cricket Council One-Day International rankings while New Zealand have claimed the pole position in the shorter format of the game according to the latest update.
4 May 2016

Pakistan will benefit with a foreign coach - Geoff Lawson

Former Australian pace bowler Geoff Lawson feels that Pakistan will have a major advantage if a foreign coach is appointed for the national team.
3 May 2016

Australia increase their hold on number one position in latest ICC Test rankings

Australia have strengthened their hold on the number one position in the latest Test team rankings released by the International Cricket Council and currently enjoy a six-point lead at the top.
3 May 2016

Inzamam to guide Pakistan to new era

Inzamam-ul-Haq now has an important task in front of him as the newly-appointed Pakistan Chief Selector following disappointing Asia Cup and World T20 performances. Jibran Khan Niazi assesses his chances of succeeding.
3 May 2016

Pakistan drop Afridi, Shehzad, Akmal from probables for England tour

The Pakistan selection panel headed by former skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq has decided to exclude Ahmed Shehzad, Umar Akmal and Shahid Afridi from the 35-man squad which was named for a training camp ahead of the tour of England.
2 May 2016

Peter Moores turns down offer to be Pakistan coach

Former England coach Peter Moores has declined the offer to become the next head coach of the Pakistan national team as he wants to spend time with his family.
2 May 2016

Sri Lanka, Pakistan agree to have points system for England tour

Sri Lanka Cricket and the Pakistan Cricket Board have agreed in principle to use a points based scoring system for their upcoming tours of England later this year.
30 April 2016

Australian cricketers want only one day-night Test in 2016-17

The chief executive of the Australian Cricketers' Association Alistair Nicholson has stated that the players prefer to play only one day-night Test in the 2016-17 season.
29 April 2016

PCB failed to device a proper strategy to deal with Younis Khan - Aamir Sohail

Former Pakistan skipper Aamir Sohail feels that the Pakistan Cricket Board over the years has failed to prepare a proper strategy to deal with Younis Khan in the wake of his recent behaviour in the Pakistan Cup.
28 April 2016

Pakistan aiming for day-night Test against West Indies

The Pakistan Cricket Board is looking towards playing a day-night Test against West Indies when the two teams face off in the United Arab Emirates in October for a two-match series.
26 April 2016

Younis Khan quits Pakistan Cup after landing fine for displaying dissent

Pakistan batsman Younis Khan has quit the ongoing Pakistan Cup after he was fined 50 percent of his match fees for showing dissent against the umpiring decisions in the tournament.
24 April 2016