South East Stars
Leagues have the advantage because the narratives that nurture fandom can develop more easily around them
Thanks to them, the world is looking at West Indies as more than just a shadow of a once-glorious empire
The story of Pakistan's most challenging era in the words of its protagonists: Misbah-ul-Haq, Saeed Ajmal, Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq and others
His career was spent overcoming challenges that threatened to overwhelm him, but at the end, he has emerged as undeniably Pakistan's greatest Test batsman
A team of Pakistani engineers has developed a wearable piece of technology that measures elbow flex in bowlers in real time
Poor shots, hilarious run-outs, making decent bowling look terrifying, and losing all ten for less than hundred: a look at the team's meltdowns this year
Their numbers largely suffer in comparison to their Asian neighbours outside the subcontinent, West Indies and Zimbabwe
Is he still as good as he was before his exile? More or less, and the swagger and attitude are intact, but at nearly 34, his body might be the weak link
To succeed in the UAE, Amir needs to look to the likes of Junaid and Ajmal and learn the art of bowling dry
If he comes back into the ODI side it won't be the right decision - moral implications aside
Is it surprising that a team famed for its bowling attack conceded the highest ODI total? Not if you have followed their fortunes closely
Rahat Ali's spell to Joe Root came across as boring - or did it?
Lord's presented us with a fine study in his methods, where bowler and captain showcase their styles while sticking to a larger plan
Stuart Broad is easy to hate - until he conjures up one of his cathartic spells of fast bowling
There are no hotheads, big mouths or flashy dressers in the current Pakistani side. It's a drastic change from the country's teams of old
Cheeky, tough and masters of improvisation: how does Karachi produce the batsmen it does?
We love the limitless possibilities batting offers, but what if the laws were tweaked to favour bowlers rather than batsmen?
Results aside, especially in Pakistan, the board's cooperation and the sociopolitical climate make a difference to how a coach fares
The constant chopping and changing that occurred during the tenures of Moin Khan and Haroon Rasheed has affected Pakistan's ODI fortunes
It looks like their batsmen and bowlers have, while their captain relies on solo efforts
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