After scoring back-to-back centuries in the first two One-Day Internationals against West Indies in Sharjah and leading Pakistan to a series victory, Babar Azam is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
After Guyana Amazon Warriors finished their home leg of the tournament with a fifth win of the Caribbean Premier League 2016 last night, all eyes are now on the Tridents and St Kitts & Nevis Patriots for game 14.
After a triple strike by Amjad Javed early in the innings, Shoaib Malik and Umar Akmal hit fluent fifties and shared an unbeaten 114-run partnership to rescue Pakistan and secure a seven-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates in the sixth match of the 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur.
Pakistan's resounding 127-run win against England in Sharjah is a statement about their resurgence, given that there has been no Test cricket played at home for the last seven years, writes Tahir Ibn Manzoor.
Shoaib Malik has set his sights on a perfect farewell by dismissing Moeen Ali and Ian Bell to leave England needing 238 more runs to win on the final day of the third Test in Sharjah to level the series.
Shoaib Malik hit his maiden Test double hundred while Asad Shafiq notched a century as Pakistan posted a mammoth total of 523 for eight to claim the honours on day two of the first Test against England in Abu Dhabi.
Barbados Tridents have announced Pakistan Test captain, Misbah-ul-Haq, as the replacement for Shoaib Malik in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League, after the latter was called up to the Pakistan One-Day squad to face Sri Lanka.