Vanquished in ODIs, Pakistan suffered a blow ahead of the Test series against Bangladesh when left-arm paceman Rahat Ali was ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Terming the ODI series loss to Bangladesh as a big hurt and a huge disappointment, Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis has admitted that there are many problem areas that the team needs to sort out.
Bangladesh cricket captain Mashrafe Mortaza on Saturday lauded the performance of wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim, calling him the team's "run machine".
Pakistan spearhead Sohail Khan was on Sunday ruled out of the tour of Bangladesh after suffering a back injury and was replaced by Junaid Khan.
Pakistan's cricket community welcomed the new squads announced for the series in Bangladesh but former test captain Rameez Raja cautioned the team to expect a tough challenge from the hosts.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq insists his bowlers can slam the brakes on South Africa's batting superstars in Saturday's World Cup clash in Auckland with AB de Villiers their prime target.
Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan, who got married in his hometown of Swabi on Monday, is still hoping to play in the World Cup, despite being ruled out due to a hamstring injury.
Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan, who was dropped from the World Cup squad due to injury, today tied the knot with UK-based Khanasa Khan.
Pakistan were hit by a fresh World Cup injury scare on Monday when fast bowler Sohail Khan was sidelined by a calf problem during a warm-up game against Bangladesh.
Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has been ruled of the forthcoming ICC World Cup due to a injury, according to few media reports.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Friday approved Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) request to replace injured pacer Junaid Khan with Rahat Ali in their World Cup squad.
The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has wants the national team to settle down into a rhythm before their opening ICC World Cup match against arch-rivals India in Adelaide on February 15.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday announced that left-arm paceman, Rahat Ali would be replacing injured fast bowler Junaid Khan in Pakistan's World Cup final squad.
From throwing rocks down mountains and training by swimming across rivers and streams in Pakistan's troubled north-west, unheralded pace bowler Sohail Khan has come a long way.
In a setback for Pakistan, left-arm fast bowler Junaid Khan has been ruled out for the World Cup after failing to pass his fitness test Monday.
A thigh injury has ruled out Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan from the two forthcoming one-day clashes against New Zealand and raised a question mark over his World Cup participation.
Pakistan suffered a major blow even before the Pakistan team could leave for the World Cup as experienced pacer Junaid Khan was replaced by allrounder Bilawal Bhatti in the 15-member squad.
Pakistan`s frontline paceman Junaid Khan Friday had an injury scare barely a month before the start of the World Cup, with a thigh injury threatening his participation in the mega event.
Left-arm pacer Junaid Khan on Thursday caused a scare in the ongoing conditioning camp of the Pakistan World Cup squad in Lahore when he did not train due to a fitness issue.
Pakistan Cricket Board today said that Test and ODI captain Misbah-ul-Haq has made improvement on his hamstring injury but still required more time to be 100 per cent fit.
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