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Pakistan announce squad for Lord’s Test against England

LONDON: Pakistan national team coach Mickey Arthur on Wednesday announced the team’s 12-man squad to face England at Lord’s in the first Test of a 2-match series on Thursday.

PCB send’s showcase notice to Hafeez for his interview

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board on Friday finally decided to take action against Muhammad Hafeez for an interview in which he raised concerns about the way the International Cricket Council checks bowlers’ actions.

Mansoor Ahmed laid to rest in Karachi

KARACHI: Former Pakistan hockey goal-keeper and Olympian Mansoor Ahmed was laid to rest in Karachi’s Defence phase 1 graveyard on Sunday.

Pak-Ireland Test kicks off after rain-washed first day

DUBLIN: Ireland won the toss and opted to bowl first against Pakistan on day 2 of the historic Test match after the first day was called off due to rain and wet conditions.

Abdul Razzaq to return to domestic cricket

LAHORE: Veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq will make his come back to first-class cricket as he is set to lead PTV eleven in domestic season later this year, it was announced on Sunday.

PCB likely to restrict players’ participation in T20 leagues

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials on Thursday held a meeting to discuss the matter of contracted players’ participation in T20 leagues around the world.

Pakistan maintains top spot in ICC T20I rankings

LAHORE: Pakistan national cricket team maintained its top spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings, it was announced on Wednesday.

Muhammad Amir granted visa for UK tour

LAHORE: Pakistan cricket team pacer Muhammad Amir was on Tuesday granted visa to feature in the Test series against Ireland and England in the United Kingdom.

Pacer Muhammad Asif deported from Dubai airport

DUBAI: Pakistani pacer Muhammad Asif was on Tuesday deported from the Dubai International Airport for failing to provide necessary travelling documents.


England do not fear Amir, insists bullish Bairstow

England’s Jonny Bairstow is unperturbed at the prospect of facing Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir again in the two-Test series set to start at Lord’s next week.

Gabba was ‘slow all day’