Pakistan batsman injured ahead of first ODI
Pakistan batsman injured ahead of first ODI

Pakistan's opening batsman, Faisal Athar, has been ruled out of action for at least 10 days after sustaining an injury during Pakistan's 62-run victory against Northamptonshire on Wednesday

PCB keeps faith in Waqar for home Tests
PCB keeps faith in Waqar for home Tests

Waqar Younis was Sunday retained Pakistan captain for the three-Test home series against Australia to be played at offshore venues of Colombo and Sharjah with the opener starting Oct 3

Lankans wary of South African backlash
Lankans wary of South African backlash

Sri Lanka were wary of a South African backlash after Shaun Pollock warned that his team knew what to do in Wednesday's final of the Morocco Cup

Sri Lanka coast to easy victory
Sri Lanka coast to easy victory

Sri Lanka tuned up for Wednesday's final in the Morocco Cup against South Africa with a comprehensive six-wicket victory in the last league match Monday

South Africa too professional for Pakistan
South Africa too professional for Pakistan

Herschelle Gibbs scored his seventh career century as South Africa outclassed Pakistan by 54 runs in the first match of the Morocco Cup Monday

Pakistan take on South Africa in today's opener
Pakistan take on South Africa in today's opener

Pakistan, lately used to depending on the match-winning feats of Shoaib Akhtar, meet South Africa in the opening match of the Morocco Cup Monday at the Tangiers Cricket Stadium

PCB chief optimistic of Aussies touring Pakistan
PCB chief optimistic of Aussies touring Pakistan

Pakistan's cricket relations with Australia might sink to its lowest ebb if this October's series fails to materialize as scheduled

Has the CMC pressed self-destruct button?
Has the CMC pressed self-destruct button?

The Cricket Management Committee (CMC) of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) appears to have pressed the selfdestruct button by announcing a complex and unimaginative 2002-2003 domestic schedule

Pakistan refuse to play Aussies Down Under
Pakistan refuse to play Aussies Down Under

KARACHI, June 26: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Australian Cricket Board (PCB) were left with exploring remaining options after Pakistan refused to tour Down Under for this October's Test series

Bhandari absolves Pakistan cricketers
Bhandari absolves Pakistan cricketers

Pakistan cricketers were absolved of charges of match-fixing and betting in 1999 World Cup by Justice Karamat Nazir Bhandari whose 21-page report was released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Saturday

Pakistan to play three one-dayers in England
Pakistan to play three one-dayers in England

Pakistan will play a three-match One-day Internationals series in England next May

Events on schedule, venues undecided
Events on schedule, venues undecided

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Thursday said the two forthcoming events were on but was unsure whether it would be played at home or on a neutral territory

Doubts over Pakistan playing host after New Zealand team leave for home
Doubts over Pakistan playing host after New Zealand team leave for home

New Zealand's rescheduled cricket tour of Pakistan ended prematurely when the second and final Test was called off , barely hours before it was scheduled to start here at the National Stadium, after a bomb blast less than 50 metres from the team

Pakistan likely to win 1st home series in 4 years
Pakistan likely to win 1st home series in 4 years

The second and final cricket Test between Pakistan and New Zealand begins at the National Stadium from tomorrow (Wednesday) with only one thing uncertain - whether the match will last the scheduled five days

Saeed in, Afridi out of 2nd Test
Saeed in, Afridi out of 2nd Test

Saeed Anwar was guaranteed a place in Pakistan's second Test squad but a place for fast bowler's slot was still vacant

Pakistan post biggest victory against Kiwis
Pakistan post biggest victory against Kiwis

Pakistan stamped their allround superiority over New Zealand when they won by an innings and 324 runs in the first cricket Test with two days to spare at the Gaddafi Stadium Friday

Inzamam steals thunder with masterly 329
Inzamam steals thunder with masterly 329

Inzamam-ul-Haq secured a place among the all-time batting greats of cricket when he stroked a masterly triple century on an eventful second day of the first Test against New Zealand at Gaddafi Stadium Thursday

Inzamam, Imran put Pakistan in command
Inzamam, Imran put Pakistan in command

Inzamam-ul-Haq and Imran Nazir punished the mediocre New Zealand bowling with scintillating centuries as Pakistan amassed 355 for four on the opening day of the first cricket Test Wednesday at Gaddafi Stadium

Pakistani players hit by viral infection
Pakistani players hit by viral infection

Several Pakistani cricketers have been hit by viral infection on the eve of the first of the two 'Beat the Heat' Test series against New Zealand

Wasim, Sami likely to miss first Test
Wasim, Sami likely to miss first Test

Pakistan are likely to leave out pacemen Wasim Akram and Mohammad Sami for the first cricket Test against New Zealand starting at Gaddafi Stadium Wednesday