A show-cause notice has been issued to Pakistan's veteran batsman Younis Khan by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after the senior cricketer criticised the board for its disparaging attitude towards senior players.
Upset at being dropped from the ODI side, Pakistan's senior batsman and former captain Younis Khan on Friday lambasted the national selectors and said they should be held accountable if they fail to build a new team for the World Cup in February next year.
The national selectors who are under fire for not showing up for the ongoing National T20 Championship matches here, want Test and ODI captain Misbah-ul-Haq to bat at number three position in the 50-over format.
Pakistan Cricket Board's ( PCB) newly-elected chairman Shahryar Khan has said that his first priority will be to revamp the country's flawed domestic cricket structure, which has been going downhill, to make it more competitive.
Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan went for a precautionary checkup after being hit on the head while batting by a delivery from Sri Lanka paceman Dhammika Prasad during the third day of the second test on Saturday.
Video clips of deliveries of off-spinner Saeed Ajmal are yet to be reviewed by the Pakistan team management as the ICC reported him for a suspect bowling action after the first Test of the ongoing series against Sri Lanka in Galle.
Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action during his side`s seven-wicket loss in the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka at Galle International Stadium Sunday.
Former Pakistan captain Muhammad Yousuf feels that Waqar Younis must have learnt from his previous tenure as head coach of the national team and will not repeat the same mistakes again in his second term with the side.
The turmoil in the Pakistan Cricket Board continued on Wednesday with a three-member bench of the Supreme Court suspending the Islamabad High Court`s earlier decision of reinstating Zaka Ashraf as chairman of the PCB.
Former Pakistan opener Mohsin Khan, who had also applied for chief coach`s post has accused the PCB today of promoting "tainted" and "dubious" former players in key positions in the national team without taking names of Moin Khan and Waqar Younis.
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi says he has put faith in the combination of head coach Waqar Younis and chief selector-cum-manager Moin Khan to rid the national team of divisions and internal problems.