Pakistan

Pakistan - Unpredictable Team With An Unsettled Side

Pakistan will definitely be one of those X-factor teams heading into the tournament since they possess a solid team on paper. However, whether they can perform on the pitch and lead their side to World Cup glory is a whole different matter.
7 February 2015

Could Pakistan Spring A World Cup Surprise?

Despite their build-up being rocked by suspensions and injuries, Jibran Khan Niazi believes Pakistan might just surprise a few people at the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
7 February 2015

Bowling Actions Of Saeed Ajmal And Sohag Gazi Cleared

The bowling actions of Pakistan’s Saeed Ajmal and Bangladesh’s Sohag Gazi have been cleared by the International Cricket Council after a series of retests and remedial work.
7 February 2015

Rahat Ali Replaces Junaid Khan In Pakistan's World Cup Squad

The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced that left-arm pacer Rahat Ali will replace Junaid Khan in Pakistan's World Cup squad.
5 February 2015

New Zealand Bully Pakistan Into Submission And Take Series

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor scored sublime centuries, en route a mammoth total of 369, that gave New Zealand a comfortable 119-run win over Pakistan in the second One-Day International in Napier.
3 February 2015

Pakistan Pacer Junaid Khan Ruled Out Of World Cup

Pakistan's World Cup campaign will begin without their frontline pace bowler, Junaid Khan, as he has been ruled out of the tournament after failing a fitness test on Monday.
3 February 2015

Mohammad Irfan Hopes To Emulate Wasim Akram In World Cup

Pakistan pace spearhead Mohammad Irfan hopes to emulate legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram’s man-of-the-tournament performance in the 1992 World Cup.
2 February 2015

Banned Players Need Another Chance - Salman Butt

Banned former Pakistan captain Salman Butt wants a second chance for the players who have completed their suspension period for spot-fixing, to try and make a comeback to international cricket.
1 February 2015

All Round Elliott Seals New Zealand Win

Grant Elliott and Ross Taylor hit unbeaten half-centuries as New Zealand romped home to a comfortable seven-wicket win against Pakistan in the first One-Day International in Wellington.
31 January 2015

Mohammad Amir Set For A Domestic Cricket Return After Ban

Controversial Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir, who had been banned for spot-fixing , is all set to make an early comeback through domestic cricket.
29 January 2015

Pakistan Name Malik, Tanvir And Azhar As Standbys For World Cup

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has named Sohail Tanvir, Shoaib Malik and Azhar Ali as standbys for their 15-man World Cup Squad.
28 January 2015

Haris Sohail Shaken By A 'Ghostly' Experience

Pakistan all-rounder Haris Sohail was left traumatised in his Christchurch hotel room as he claims of being shaken by a "ghost".
27 January 2015

Junaid Khan Out Of New Zealand Tour

Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan has been ruled out of Pakistan's tour of New Zealand that precedes their Cricket World Cup 2015 campaign due to a thigh injury.
20 January 2015

Sri Lanka Clinch Series With Five-Wicket Win

Sri Lanka Women beat Pakistan by five wickets in the decisive third Twenty20 International in Sharjah to claim a 2-1 series win.
17 January 2015

Sana Mir Sets Up Pakistan Win

Sana Mir scored an unbeaten 48 in 37 balls and then took four for 14 to set up a thumping 55-run win for Pakistan Women over Sri Lanka Women in the second Twenty20 International in Sharjah.
16 January 2015

Sri Lanka Open With Eight-Run Win

Sri Lanka Women put their 3-0 One-Day International series defeat against Pakistan Women behind them to win the first Twenty20 International in Sharjah by eight runs.
15 January 2015

Sohail, Yasir Get Central Contracts

After being included in Pakistan's squad for the Cricket World Cup 2015, fast bowler Sohail Khan and leg-spinner Yasir Shah have been awarded central contracts by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
14 January 2015

Javeria Khan Century Seals Clean Sweep

Javeria Khan scored a national record 133 not out as Pakistan Women chased down 245 to beat Sri Lanka Women by seven wickets in the third One-Day International in Sharjah and clinch a 3-0 series clean sweep.
13 January 2015

Misbah To Retire From ODIs After World Cup

Misbah-ul-Haq has confirmed he will retire from One-Day International cricket following the Cricket World Cup 2015 but continue to lead the side in Tests.
11 January 2015

Pakistan Seal ODI Series Over Sri Lanka

Pakistan Women have won the first two One-Day Internationals against Sri Lanka Women to move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
11 January 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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