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Sri Lanka Name Squad To Play Pakistan
Sri Lanka have named a 15-strong women's squad which will take on Pakistan Women in a series of matches in January in the United Arab Emirates.
16 December 2014
All-Round Afridi Stars As Pakistan Win Big
All-rounder Shahid Afridi smashed a 21-ball half-century and then took three wickets as Pakistan thrashed New Zealand by 147 runs in the third One-Day International in Sharjah.
14 December 2014
Pakistan Call Up Anwar Ali, Yasir Shah
Pakistan have called up all-rounder Anwar Ali and leg-spinner Yasir Shah for the remainder of the five-match One-Day International series against New Zealand.
13 December 2014
New Zealand Hit Back With Four-Wicket Win
New Zealand levelled their five-match One-Day International series against Pakistan by scoring a four-wicket win in the second match in Sharjah.
12 December 2014
Haris Sohail Guides Pakistan To Victory
Haris Sohail scored an unbeaten 85 in 109 balls to steer Pakistan to a three-wicket win over New Zealand in the first One-Day International in Dubai.
8 December 2014
Mohammad Hafeez Banned From Bowling
The International Cricket Council has banned Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez from bowling after independent analysis revealed his bowling action is illegal.
7 December 2014
Saeed Ajmal Included In Pakistan World Cup Squad
Pakistan have included Saeed Ajmal in their 30-man preliminary squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015 despite the fact that he is currently banned from bowling due to an illegal action.
6 December 2014
New Zealand Tie Series With 17-Run Win
New Zealand beat Pakistan by 17 runs in the second and final Twenty20 International in Dubai to ensure the two sides drew the series 1-1.
5 December 2014
Sarfraz Ahmed Sets Up Landmark Win For Pakistan
Sarfraz Ahmed marked his recall with an unbeaten half-century as Pakistan became the first side to claim 50 Twenty20 International victories, beating New Zealand by seven wickets in Dubai.
4 December 2014
Gul, Younus Return For Pakistan
Fast bowler Umar Gul and batsman Younus Khan have been handed recalls as Pakistan named their Twenty20 and One-Day International squads to take on New Zealand.
30 November 2014
New Zealand Complete Innings Win
New Zealand levelled their three-match Test series against Pakistan by winning the third and final match in Sharjah by an innings and 80 runs on day four.
30 November 2014
New Zealand Acquire Sizable Lead
New Zealand acquired a sizable lead of 286 runs at the close of play on day three of the Sharjah Test as a possibility of Innings defeat looms upon the perplexed Pakistan side.
29 November 2014
McCullum Ton As New Zealand Fight Back
Brendon McCullum hit a rapid unbeaten century as New Zealand closed day two of the third and final Test against Pakistan in Sharjah on 249 for one replying to 351 all out.
28 November 2014
Play Suspended In Sharjah
The second day's play between New Zealand and Pakistan in Sharjah has been suspended as a mark of respect following the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.
27 November 2014
Hafeez Outshines Vettori On Day One
Mohammad Hafeez scored an unbeaten 178 for Pakistan as they closed day one of the third and final Test in Sharjah on 281 for three despite the best effort of recalled New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori.
26 November 2014
Draw In Dubai Despite New Zealand's Best Efforts
New Zealand took six Pakistan wickets on the final day but were unable to force a win in the second Test in Dubai, with the resulting draw maintaining Pakistan's 1-0 series lead.
21 November 2014
Taylor Responds To Sarfraz Century
Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten half-century to help New Zealand build a lead of 177 runs on day four of the second Test in Dubai after Sarfraz Ahmed hit a century for Pakistan.
20 November 2014
Bowlers Lead The Way As Spirited New Zealand Upset Pakistan
New Zealand bagged another day's play as gritty bowling and fielding display helped them to upset Pakistan on day three of second Test match in Dubai.
19 November 2014
New Zealand Strike After Hitting 403
New Zealand enjoyed another good day in Dubai as they reduced Pakistan to 34 for two at stumps on day two of the second Test after being bowled out themselves for 403.
18 November 2014
Tom Latham Puts New Zealand In Charge
Tom Latham's second century of the series helped New Zealand close day one of the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai on 243 for three.
17 November 2014
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