Pakistan

Shahid Afridi's 29-ball 67 was in vain, as Pakistan folded for 210 and lost the first ODI against New Zealand in Wellington by seven wickets
Shahid Afridi's 29-ball 67 was in vain, as Pakistan folded for 210 and lost the first ODI against New Zealand in Wellington by seven wickets © Getty Images
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Specials

    The start of saturation cricket

Rewind: Australia's international tri-series came out of financial necessity and the need to appease a broadcaster

Charmingly villainous

The Cricket Monthly: Mudar Patherya on Imran Khan, a player he hated to love
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    Telling Pakistan's story through its cricket

Osman Samiuddin's history of the game in Pakistan is much more than its subtitle advertises it as

Awesome in whites, awful in colour

Pakistan's year oscillated between superb and dreadful, with their ODI form poor ahead of the World Cup. By Osman Samiuddin

'Pakistan's great match-winner'

Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss the stability and calmness Inzamam brought to a volatile set-up

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Blogs

Pakistan's dot-ball problem

Hassan Cheema: They seem to be hung up on what worked in 1992, not realising that the rest of the world has moved past those strategies

Pakistan's top-order problems could cost them at the World Cup

Ahmer Naqvi: The bowling line-up is spotty too, but Pakistan have always done well with the odds stacked against them

Does Amir have an automatic right to return to cricket?

Kamran Abbasi: Wrong-doers must be given a second chance, but not necessarily in the profession they let down

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Shahid Afridi is as frank as ever after announcing his decision to quit ODIs post the 2015 World Cup

Tom Latham was caught behind for 23
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Mohammad Irfan exults after getting Martin Guptill
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Misbah-ul-Haq is frustrated after throwing away his wicket
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Shahid Afridi whacked nine fours and three sixes
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Shahid Afridi slammed 67 off 29 balls
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Misbah-ul-Haq collides with Nathan McCullum
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Country Fixtures Country Results
Group II: Stags v S Stallions at Gujranwala
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Group II: Habib Bank v WAPDA at Lahore
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Group I: Hawks v Quetta Bears at Hyderabad (Sind)
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Group III: L Eagles v Wolves at Lahore
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Final: National Bnk v State B of P at Karachi
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Group III: Sui Sthn Gas v Pakistan TV at Faisalabad
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
Group I: United Bank v PIA at Karachi
Feb 1, 2015 (09:30 local | 04:30 GMT | 23:30 EST | 22:30 CST | 20:30 PST)
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