PCB, BCB at loggerheads over demand for revenue share
PCB, BCB at loggerheads over demand for revenue share

The Pakistan and Bangladesh cricket boards are at loggerheads after the former recently refused to drop its demand for a 50 percent share in revenues for touring Bangladesh in April-May.

Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief
Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief

 Pakistan`s cricket chief Saturday denied that Mohammad Amir​ is being fast-tracked back into international cricket after a five-year ban, saying he will be monitored "on and off the field" before his re-entry.

Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for World Cup: Wasim Akram
Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for World Cup: Wasim Akram

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has expressed concerns over the national cricket team not getting enough matches and time to get acclimatised to the conditions in New Zealand and Australia ahead of the World Cup, starting from February 14.

Inzamam asks Pakistani players to play fearless cricket in World Cup
Inzamam asks Pakistani players to play fearless cricket in World Cup

Former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has advised the Pakistan World Cup squad to shed the fear of defeat and play with an open and positive mindset in the mega event in Australia and New Zealand.

I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir
I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir

Pakistan's banned paceman, Muhammad Aamir, who was today allowed to play domestic cricket by the ICC, has promised to return to the cricket field as a better human being and player.

Pakistan board, players hold negotiations over contract row
Pakistan board, players hold negotiations over contract row

 Pakistan cricket authorities and players on Monday said they were working at resolving a potentially destabilising contract row a month away from the World Cup.

Shahid Afridi should continue playing ODIs even after World Cup: Rashid Latif
Shahid Afridi should continue playing ODIs even after World Cup: Rashid Latif

Former captain Rashid Latif has sparked off a new controversy in Pakistan cricket by suggesting that flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi must not retire from one-day internationals after the World Cup.

Injured Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan doubtful for ICC World Cup 2015
Injured Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan doubtful for ICC World Cup 2015

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 cricketers change shirt numbers to do well in World Cup
Pakistan cricketers change shirt numbers to do well in World Cup

Eager to do well in the upcoming cricket World Cup, some members of the Pakistan squad have asked for particular shirt numbers after consulting their spiritual advisors.

PCB bars players from using social media websites during World Cup
PCB bars players from using social media websites during World Cup

The Pakistani players, featuring in the World Cup squad, have been banned from using social networking sites during the mega event, beginning next month.

Abdul Razzaq slams Waqar Younis for launching campaign against senior players
Abdul Razzaq slams Waqar Younis for launching campaign against senior players

Pakistan out of favour allrounder Abdul Razzaq has lashed out at the national team's head coach Waqar Younis for launching a campaign against established senior players.

We are capable of springing a surprise: Waqar Younis
We are capable of springing a surprise: Waqar Younis

Pakistan's head coach Waqar Younis has cautioned opposing teams in the World Cup against writing off the former champions as he feels they are capable of winning the title.

Pakistan paceman Junaid Khan survives injury scare
Pakistan paceman Junaid Khan survives injury scare

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.

Imran Khan may give pep talk to Pakistan's World Cup squad
Imran Khan may give pep talk to Pakistan's World Cup squad

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is trying to get cricketer turned politician Imran Khan to meet with the national team before it leaves for the 2015 World Cup.

Junaid Khan's absence from training raises speculation of injury
Junaid Khan's absence from training raises speculation of injury

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 unveil official ICC World Cup 2015 kit; players post selfies
Pakistan unveil official ICC World Cup 2015 kit; players post selfies

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday launched its official kit for the forthcoming ICC World Cup 2015 to be held in Australia and New Zealand.

India-Pakistan World Cup clash big business for South Australia
India-Pakistan World Cup clash big business for South Australia

 It is a measure of the heady attraction of an India-Pakistan cricket contest that South Australia, whose capital is Adelaide, has consciously bid for this World Cup match at the famed Adelaide Oval next month.

Saeed Ajmal to be reassessed in Chennai on January 24
Saeed Ajmal to be reassessed in Chennai on January 24

Suspended Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal's modified bowling action will be put to an official ICC test in Chennai on January 24.

Play fearless cricket in World Cup, retiring Misbah tells Pakistan team
Play fearless cricket in World Cup, retiring Misbah tells Pakistan team

Retiring Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq wants his teammates to play fearless cricket in the upcoming ODI World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, and said lifting the prestigious trophy would be a fitting farewell gift for him.

ICC World Cup 2015: India-Pakistan clash to be most watched match in history
ICC World Cup 2015: India-Pakistan clash to be most watched match in history

The marquee cricket World Cup match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan in Adelaide on February 15 will be the most watched in the history of the game as it is expected to attract more than a billion viewers, according to a report.