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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have decided to postpone the upcoming One Day International and Test in Karachi for a later date.
The Pakistan and Bangladesh cricket boards have decided to postpone the upcoming One-Day International and Test in Karachi for a later date.
The Pakistan Cricket Board today confirmed it has accepted the request of the Bangladesh Cricket Board to reschedule the one-off One-Day International
Bangladesh’s resistance blown away yesterday by 16-year old Naseem Shah’s hat-trick, failed to stand up to the pressure exerted by Pakistan bowlers on the fourth morning.
Bangladesh tigers were very much in this contest, at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium,
Pakistan has further strengthened their grip of the Test match with excellent batting display on the second day at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
Pakistan has a firm grip in this contest after their bowlers put up a good show on the opening day of the Test at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium..
Rawalpindi will get to witness more international action with the first Test of the split two-match series being held here, beginning on Friday.
Fans will be treated with top-quality broadcast coverage for the Rawalpindi Test between Pakistan and Bangladesh, an ICC World Test Championship fixture which begins on Friday.
Richie Richardson will return to Pakistan as a match referee when he officiates the ICC World Test Championship fixture between Pakistan and Bangladesh, which commences on Friday, in Rawalpindi as the ICC confirmed the match officials’ appointments.
Bangladesh's 14-member Test squad for the first Test of the two-match series against Pakistan at Rawalpindi looks a lot different from the last time they featured in a Test series.
The third Twenty20 International between Pakistan and Bangladesh was abandoned without a ball being bowled
As the top-ranking T20I side in the world, Pakistan have made a positive start to the year 2020 by taking the three-match series at home against Bangladesh
A smart unbeaten 58 off 45 balls by veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik, saw Pakistan home in the final over to go one -up in the three-match T20I series at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore.
The ODI leg against Sri Lanka marked the proper return of international cricket to Pakistan. However, a clean sweep in the T20I series dampened that sentiment. Pakistan will expect to celebrate this home series with a resounding victory.
All you need to know about the Bangladesh tour of Pakistan, consisting of three legs. The first of which - a three-match T20I series - will begin in Lahore on January 24.
Ranjan Madugalle, one of the most respected and senior most member of the Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, has been appointed by the game’s governing body as match referee for the three T20Is..
Pakistan have picked 39-year-old Mohammad Hafeez and 37-year-old Shoaib Malik in their T20I squad for the home series against Bangladesh, which has led to some pertinent questions.
The 15-man squad led by Mahmudullah is missing some big names like Mushfiqur Rahim, Mashrafe Mortaza, Arafat Sunny, Abu Hider, Taijul Islam and Mosaddek Hossain.
Pakistan have named uncapped Ahsan Ali, Amad Butt and Haris Rauf and recalled the experienced duo of Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik, along with pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi, in a 15-player squad for the 24, 25 and 27 January Twenty20 Internationals against Bangladesh in Lahore.