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The problem with the PSL

The format hardly makes for compelling cricket, and the fact that people expect the league to bring top-level cricket back to Pakistan is an unnecessary burden

Why the PSL is important for Pakistan

In a country where T20 cricket is a natural fit, a world-class tournament in the format has been long overdue

Pakistan's six years of drought and hope

Since the 2009 attack, their numbers have put them near the bottom of the pile, but there have also been a few silver linings

Pakistan's vicious circle of failure

Their ODI series loss to Bangladesh highlights several failings - the biggest being that man for man their best XI was a lesser team

Pakistan cricket

Explaining Pakistan cricket

Pakistan's unpredictability is renowned. They scale unbelievable highs and slump to inexplicable lows. Andy Bull still loves them though and he says why in the Guardian

Teams cannot risk tours to Pakistan

The board must instead concentrate on developing offshore bases, strengthening domestic cricket, and getting other countries to host their A team

What price credibility in Pakistan cricket?

Pakistan cricket, like Pakistan itself, is about political and personal whims. There are no notions of honour among the powerful, and to expect people to act on principle is delusional

The Waqar silver lining

The one good thing that may come of the latest shake-up in Pakistan's cricket administration is that Waqar Younis returns to the coach's job

Who'll bring Pakistan back to financial health?

The PCB has ensured itself some financial security by agreeing to the ICC revamp, but it's unlikely the money will go towards securing the future of the country's cricket

Pakistan and the Big Three

Whether by circumstance or not, Pakistan is now one of the few voices of dissent against the restructuring of the ICC