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1dUmar Farooq

Pakistan look to Sohail, Salahuddin in post-MisYou era

The pair are likely to be the first batsmen to attempt filling the gap left by Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan's retirements in the upcoming Tests against Sr Lanka, even as Pakistan have bolstered their bowling with the inclusion of uncapped fast bowler Mir

Associated Press
1dUmar Farooq

Butt moves a step closer to Pakistan comeback

Inzamam-ul-Haq, the PCB's chief selector, is impressed with the opener's form and fitness since his return from his spot-fixing ban, and has said his case for a full international return will be assessed by picking him in the Pakistan A team

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2dESPNcricinfo staff

Moody joins Multan Sultans staff

The former Australia allrounder is also the head coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL and Rangpur Riders in the BPL

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3dOsman Samiuddin and Nagraj Gollapudi

Test and ODI league structures could hinge on India-Pakistan ties

The India-Pakistan impasse is potentially holding hostage cricket's attempts to devise a new international calendar, as the PCB has made it clear it will not sign up without clarity on bilateral matches with India

AFP
3dAndrew Fidel Fernando

SLC will address player security concerns - board CEO

Sri Lanka Cricket is unlikely to penalise any players who opt out of the proposed T20 against Pakistan in Lahore but the board has reminded the players of their "contractual obligation" to play where required

Associated Press
4dUmar Farooq

Six month ban 'felt like six years' - Irfan

The fast bowler - who is returning from a ban for not reporting bookies' approaches - says he had accepted his mistake right away, and is now looking forward to bowling his way back into the Pakistan team

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'We feel Khalid Latif's ban is on the low side' - PCB lawyer Taffazul Rizvi (2:36)
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'These six months felt like six years' - Mohammad Irfan (4:47)
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'We felt passion in Pakistan cricket was dying' - Misbah (2:52)
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10dThe Report by Danyal Rasool in Lahore

Pakistan mark cricket's return with series win

Pakistan produced a clinical performance in all three departments to beat Faf du Plessis' men by 33 runs in the third and final T20I and clinch the series 2-1

AFP
10dThe Preview by Danyal Rasool in Lahore

Hasan Ali in doubt as Lahore prepares for thrilling finale

George Bailey, who hasn't yet played for World XI, may get a look in while Usman Shinwari is likely to make way for Hasan Ali if the latter is deemed fit ahead of the third and final T20I

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'No reason why cricket can't come back to Pakistan' - Arthur (1:16)
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10dDanyal Rasool

Arthur learns to appreciate Sohail Khan again

Sohail Khan had conceded 20 off the penultimate over allowing the visitors a series-levelling victory, but Mickey Arthur launched into an unlikely and passionate defence of his charge

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11dUmar Farooq

PCB to seek ICC help to resolve bilateral-tours standoff

The PCB is set to take the BCCI to the ICC's dispute resolution panel, with the two boards having failed to resolve their long-standing issue of not fulling their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on bilateral tours

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'We cannot force countries to tour' - Richardson (1:47)

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