Umar Farooq

Umar Farooq is ESPNcricinfo's Pakistan correspondent. @kalson

Azhar Ali made 30 off 49 balls

Pakistan news

Azhar Ali named Pakistan ODI captain

The PCB has named Azhar Ali the new captain of Pakistan's ODI side, and vice-captain of the Test side

Misbah-ul-Haq half-kneels on the field

Pakistan news

'We have to improve our basic structure' - Misbah

Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan's recently retired ODI captain, believes the PCB will have a "challenge" selecting a new leader for the country's limited-overs team

Umar Gul removed Tamim Iqbal for 16

Pakistan news

Pakistan government clears tour to Bangladesh

Pakistan will tour Bangladesh in April for a full series involving all three formats with the Pakistan government giving the board the green signal

Mohammad Amir was playing his first match in almost five years

Pakistan news

Amir stirs memories on long-awaited return

Mohammad Amir managed three wickets, including two in two balls, during 16 overs that blended swing and bounce, to mark his competitive return after an ICC ban for spot-fixing

Mohammad Amir bowls during a league game

Pakistan news

Amir comeback delayed by poor weather

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir's return to competitive cricket has been delayed by excessive rain in the upper Punjab

Moin Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq chat during a practice session

World Cup 2015: Pakistan

PCB asks Moin Khan to return home

The PCB has launched an official investigation against Moin Khan, Pakistan's chief selector and a member of the tour selection committee, after he was reportedly seen in a casino two days ahead of the team's clash against West Indies in Christchurch

Misbah-ul-Haq walks back after being dismissed for 7

Pak v WI, Group B, Christchurch

'We lost in all three departments' - Misbah

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that his "players are to blame" for the team's humiliating defeat against West Indies in Christchurch which has now forced them to sit tight at the bottom of Pool B

Tamim Iqbal during strength training as fitness coach Grant Trafford Luden looks on

Pakistan news

Luden stays as Pakistan fielding coach

Grant Luden, Pakistan fielding coach, was reportedly about to quit after a dispute with the players. But the PCB denied those allegations and confirmed that Luden will continue in his role until his contract ends in May 2016

Mohammad Hafeez bowls in the nets

Pakistan news

Injured Hafeez to miss February 6 test

The PCB has asked the ICC to push back the date of the official test on Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action due to a niggle in the bowler's foot