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Ahmed Shehzad brings out the sweep

World Cup 2015: Pakistan

Shehzad likely to be fit for Zimbabwe clash

Ahmed Shehzad is likely to recover in time from a minor ankle injury to take the field against Zimbabwe on March 1

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

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Saeed Ajmal claimed match figures of 13 for 94

County news

Worcestershire secure Ajmal deal

Worcestershire have secured a deal to bring Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal back to New Road in 2015 for at least the second half of the season from July.

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

Andre Russell lets out a roar after taking a wicket

Pakistan v West Indies, World Cup 2015, Group B, Christchurch

Russell leads rout of sloppy Pakistan

Two most frustrating teams of these times matched each other mistake for mistake until West Indies took the decisive advantage in the last 14 overs of their innings and the first four of the defence

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

Mohammed Shami is congratulated after he removed Younis Khan

India v Pakistan, World Cup 2015, Group B, Adelaide

Dhoni not carried away by 6-0

While Misbah-ul-Haq could offer no explanation for yet another World Cup loss to India, MS Dhoni said that it was obviously something for India to be proud of, but he refused to read too much into the trend