cricket News


  • Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has denied all rumours circling his retirement, saying that he will continue representing the country in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Pakistan has received a positive response from the ICC members on its request for financial support from the game’s governing body as it struggles to maintain a standard of cricket due to foreign teams not touring the country on security grounds.

  • Former England opener Marcus Trescothick warned Alastair Cook’s men batsmen to expect a tough time in the middle facing Mohammad Amir after he became the Pakistani’s maiden first-class wicket taker on English soil in six years on Monday.

  • Saying that he feared he would never play cricket again during his five-year spot-fixing ban for bowling deliberate no-balls at Lord’s in 2010, Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir eyes becoming the world’s best bowler.

  • The draft of the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is expected to be held in Dubai this year rather than Lahore because the national side will be in the Gulf state, hosting West Indies, during that time.

  • Pakistan fast-bowler Mohammad Amir termed English conditions as lucky for him, in an interview released by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on its official website.

  • Inspired by another Tammy Beaumont century, England women condemned their Pakistan counterparts to a third straight defeat to complete 3-0 whitewash of the One-day International series on Monday

  • Even if India’s cricket administrators bar Pakistani players from participating in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), who says IPL franchise owners cannot recruit them for teams they have bought overseas – beyond Indian jurisdiction?