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Blame domestic cricket for Pakistan's losses
The pitches don't encourage the development of world-class talent, so what can the captain, or anyone else, do?
Why Pakistan wanted to be Australia
For decades, the team from down under was held up as an example of everything Pakistan cricket needed to aspire to being. Things are a little different now
Is Pakistan's streak about to end?
They've gone seven series without a loss for only the third time in their history, but this just might be as far as it goes this time
The myth of Pakistan's weak pace attack
Sure the fast bowling unit picked for the New Zealand tour is second-string, but it has delivered more often than not
Why Pakistan cricket is stagnating
Looking at their "home" record brings to light a number of reasons why their one-day game, particularly, is leagues behind that of other teams
The Younification of Team Misbah
This Pakistan team's ability to prove people wrong time and again is remarkable. So also the shaping influence of two elder statesmen
The truth about Younis and Yasir
Or, the Pakistani way of judging talent and contributions
Will the real Pakistan please stand up?
The world watches to see whether they will validate their current form as one of the world's top teams or return in tatters, having become tabloid fodder
How important is the England tour for Pakistan?
It just might be their most significant series in years - not that you could tell by the way they've gone about preparing for it
Pakistan's soft coup
That the PCB is implementing some of former coach Waqar Younis' recommendations is good news. But will the optimism last?
Why aren't Pakistan's captaincy candidates getting the grooming they need?
Yet again, like with so much else, the PCB has missed a trick
Pakistan are built to fail in T20
Their cricket culture, their selections and their approach to limited-overs cricket are all anachronistic
What the Afridi-Nazir partnership reveals about memory and Pakistan
That there's a difference between truth and fact
The contrasting halves of Pakistan's T20 history
They were the best team in the format till the 2010 World T20. Since then, things have been particularly bad
Pakistani cricket ads: what we remember
One of the best ways to gauge the evolution of the relationship of the fan with the national team is to look at the history of the country's cricket ads
A tale of two Pakistani bowlers
The two Mohammads, Irfan and Amir, are a study in contrasts in terms of how they are perceived
The curious case of Younis Khan's ODI career
They said he would never make it as a Test batsman, but he proved them wrong. He couldn't quite do it in 50-overs cricket, though
Pakistan overachievers? Who'd have thought it?
Over the last five years they have won over half their away series and have not been beaten at home. It is a stark contrast to what went before
Young Pakistan can find stability in anarchy
The domestic stars coming into the national set-up need to find a way to get over their initial form slumps and adapt to stay in the side
Warner 'exhausted' ahead of India tour, would rather skip CA awards
28-Jan-2023•AAP and ESPNcricinfo staff
How India's senior pro Shafali Verma is still learning at the Under-19 level
If India keep Smith and Lyon quiet, they have the edge against Australia
29-Jan-2023 • 23 hrs ago•Ian Chappell