Pakistan to announce World Cup squad on January 11
Pakistan to announce World Cup squad on January 11

Pakistan's 15-member squad for the 2015 cricket World Cup will be announced on January 11 after the conclusion of a high profile one-day tournament organised by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

Razzaq, Shoaib ignored from Pak training camp

Senior Pakistan players Abdul Razzaq, Shoaib Malik and Kamran Akmal do not feature in a list of 36 players selected for a month-long training camp to be held at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore starting May 6.

Farhat withdraws from Zim tour citing domestic issues

Pakistan player Imran Farhat has opted out of the Zimbabwe tour citing domestic issues, after being included in the Test squad amid heavy criticism of failure in the Champions Trophy.

Malik, Akmal dropped from WI tour probables

The Pakistan selectors on Saturday decided to drop the senior trio of Shoib Malik, Kamran Akmal and Imran Farhat from the probables list in the wake of team`s failure in the Champions Trophy but at the same time recalled veterans Shahid Afridi and Younis Khan for West Indies tour.

Pak selectors meet to discuss changes after Champions Trophy debacle

Even though Pakistan Cricket Board continues to function without a chairman, the process to build a new side for the 2015 World Cup apparently has started with the head coach Dav Whatmore meeting the national selectors to discuss the impending tours to West Indies and Zimbabwe.

Champions Trophy: Confidence boost helped Roach rock Pakistan

Pacer Kemar Roach says a boost in confidence helped him to rip through the early Pakistan batting as the West Indies launched their ICC Champions Trophy in triumphant fashion.

Ramiz Raja says Pak`s Champions Trophy chances depend on `good, consistent` batting

Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja has said that Pakistan`s chances in the ICC Champions Trophy will depend on good and consistent batting show, despite their emphatic win over South Africa in a warm-up game of the mega event.

Farhat hopes to end career with World Cup participation

Pakistan opening batsman Imran Farhat seems to be unruffled despite the spate of criticism that he has faced in his chequered, start-stop-start sort of playing career, saying that it would like to end his career on a high note by participating in a World Cup.

Imran Farhat eyeing permanent place in national side

Pakistan`s opening batsman Imran Farhat has expressed his strong intent to cement a permanent place in the national team.

Imran Farhat to join Pak Test squad in SA

Pakistan`s opening batsman Imran Farhat has left for South Africa to join the country`s squad playing a test series against the hosts.

India-Pak cricketers bat for ‘bowling out’ polio

Cricketers from both India and Pakistan have come forward to show their support to a campaign against polio and they will be sporting ribbons with ‘Bowl Out Polio’ inscribed on them when they come out for the third and final one day international in New Delhi on Sunday.

Spot-Fixing: Imran Farhat kingpin, Veena Malik ringleader?

After the Southwark Crown Court found Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir guilty of spot-fixing, Dheeraj Dixit, a Sports Photo Journalist, came out with sensational claims that this was just the tip of the iceberg.

Imran Farhat sends legal notice to bookmaker Mazhar Majeed

Farhat has become the first player to send a legal notice to Majeed for naming him among a group of seven players allegedly involved in spot-fixing.

Farhat to serve legal notice on Mazhar Majeed

Pak opener Imran Farhat has decided to serve a legal notice on Mazhar Majeed who named him as being involved in spot-fixing.