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If I were captain, Fawad Alam would be in my Test team: Younis Khan

KARACHI: Former batting great Younis Khan has thrown his support behind the long-ignored Fawad Alam, saying that the all-rounder would have been in his Test team if he were captain.

Fawad Alam ready for next challenge

Pakistani cricketer Fawad Alam who was excluded from Pakistan’s squad for England and Ireland has said that it does not matter if he was picked or not, he will keep working on his fitness.

Fawad Alam broke down after exclusion from England tour squad

On Sunday afternoon, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced its 16-member squad that would be touring Ireland and England.

AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli: Cricket’s Federer and Nadal?

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) coach Trent Woodhill has likened AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli to cricket’s Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in their skills and approach.

Faheem Ashraf withdraws from county cricket to ensure Pakistan availability

All-rounder Faheem Ashraf has withdrawn from his English county contract for this year to ensure his availability for Pakistan’s upcoming matches.

Kohli keen on county stint ahead of England tour

NEW DELHI: Virat Kohli says he is keen to play county cricket to get used to conditions on English soil ahead of India´s tour of the country later this year.

Surrey head coach open to signing Smith, Warner

Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto has confirmed he would be interested in signing Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner if allowed by the English Cricket Board (ECB).

Different world: West African cricket teams start small but aim big

LAGOS: The Tafawa Balewa Cricket Oval in Lagos, Nigeria, is a world away from the Melbourne Cricket Ground and other leading venues in the sport.

Viral alert: Sachin Tendulkar stuns fans by playing street cricket in Mumbai

A few lucky fans were left shocked and in awe when Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar joined them to play street cricket in Mumbai.

Pakistan tees up first Asian Tour golf event in 11 years

KARACHI: Pakistan will host its first golf tournament with the Asian Tour in 11 years, organisers announced Tuesday, as international sports gradually returns to the country with improvement in security.


Australia v New Zealand live stream: T20 Tri-Series, how to watch,...

The iconic ground’s straight boundaries are among the shortest in world cricket, making it sorely tempting for batsmen to attempt belting a six over the bowler’s head.