Saeed Ajmal, Mohammad Hafeez to visit Chennai for informal tests
Saeed Ajmal, Mohammad Hafeez to visit Chennai for informal tests

Pakistan's suspended off-spinners Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez have decided to go for informal tests to the ICC accredited bowling centre in Chennai.

Franchises don't want to risk Pakistan players' security in IPL, admits PCB Chairman
Franchises don't want to risk Pakistan players' security in IPL, admits PCB Chairman

The chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has admitted that participation of country's players in the lucrative Indian Premier League is not possible due to security concerns of the T20 event's franchises.

Mohammad Hafeez to fly to Chennai for bowling action test
Mohammad Hafeez to fly to Chennai for bowling action test

Senior all-rounder, Mohammad Hafeez is expected to fly to Chennai, India on December 25th for his bowling action test at the International Cricket Council bowling centre.

Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School
Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School

 Left dismayed by the terror strike in Peshawar which left 132 children dead, Pakistan's cricket team is planning to visit the attacked Army school and pay its tributes.

'Hockey players' behaviour can affect cricket ties with India'
'Hockey players' behaviour can affect cricket ties with India'

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has said that the recent incident in India involving the national hockey team players can have adverse effects on the cricketing ties between the two countries.

Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board
Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board

Following the gruesome terrorist attack in a Peshawar school on Tuesday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday said that they couldn't afford their matches abroad to be disturbed.

Pakistan to go ahead with match despite Peshawar tragedy
Pakistan to go ahead with match despite Peshawar tragedy

Pakistan cricket officials decided to go ahead with today's fourth day-night international against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi despite calls to postpone it for a day after the carnage in Peshawar.

PCB keeps Misbah-ul-Haq with team to avoid confusion
PCB keeps Misbah-ul-Haq with team to avoid confusion

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to let the Test and One-day captain, Misbah-ul-Haq remain with the team in the UAE despite being ruled out of the series with a hamstring injury, sending out a message that he will lead the side in the World Cup.

Pakistan vs New Zealand: Injured Misbah-ul-Haq ruled out of last three ODIs
Pakistan vs New Zealand: Injured Misbah-ul-Haq ruled out of last three ODIs

Pakistan's Test and One-Day captain, Misbah-ul-Haq has been ruled out of the remaining three one-day matches against New Zealand due to a hamstring injury.

Saeed Ajmal to play against Kenya before biomechanics test: PCB
Saeed Ajmal to play against Kenya before biomechanics test: PCB

 Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has finally decided that suspended off-spinner, Saeed Ajmal should play two one-day games against Kenya this month before he goes for his final biomechanics test in Chennai.

PCB may send Mohammad Hafeez back to Pakistan
PCB may send Mohammad Hafeez back to Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) may consider sending suspended all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez back home from their ongoing One-day International (ODI) series against New Zealand here, it was reported by The Dawn Tuesday.

Security lapses of 2009 will not be repeated: PCB chief
Security lapses of 2009 will not be repeated: PCB chief

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Shaharyar Khan has said that the PCB will ensure the same security lapses, which were made when the Sri Lankan team was attacked by militants in Lahore in March 2009, are not made for the one-day series against Kenya.

PCB to decide on Ajmal on Monday
PCB to decide on Ajmal on Monday

With Mohammad Hafeez also being suspended from bowling in international cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board will decide on Monday when to send Saeed Ajmal for the official ICC biomechanics test.

Suspended Saeed Ajmal in Pakistan's preliminary World Cup squad
Suspended Saeed Ajmal in Pakistan's preliminary World Cup squad

Ace spinner Saeed Ajmal is in Pakistan`s 30-man preliminary squad for next year`s World Cup, despite serving a suspension at the moment for an illegal bowling action.

PCB wants ICC to delay biomechanic test of Saeed Ajmal
PCB wants ICC to delay biomechanic test of Saeed Ajmal

Within days of asking the ICC for dates to conduct the biomechanic tests on suspended spinner Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistan Cricket Board now wants the process to be delayed as the bowler is not yet ready.

PCB to carry review of protective gear
PCB to carry review of protective gear

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is set to carry out its own review of the protective gear it provides to the national team players following the tragic death of Australian batsman Phil Hughes this week.

Umar Gul, Younis Khan return to Pakistan`s limited over squad
Umar Gul, Younis Khan return to Pakistan`s limited over squad

 Paceman Umar Gul and batsman Younis Khan returned to Pakistan`s squads for next month`s Twenty20 and one-day series against New Zealand in United Arab Emirates, officials said Sunday.

PCB keen to make Saeed Ajmal play domestic cricket: Reports
PCB keen to make Saeed Ajmal play domestic cricket: Reports

The bowling action review committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has recommended that suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal appear in some domestic cricket matches before he is considered for World Cup selection.

Moin Khan to continue as national selection and Pakistan team manager
Moin Khan to continue as national selection and Pakistan team manager

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will announce a new national selection committee early next month, but Moin Khan will continue to work as the chief selector.

New Zealand players wanted to abandon UAE series: Sources
New Zealand players wanted to abandon UAE series: Sources

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had to contact its New Zealand counterpart in order to convince the Kiwi team to continue with its series in the United Arab Emirates following the tragic death of Australian batsman Phil Hughes.