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Mohammad Hafeez to undergo bowling test on July 6 in Chennai
Mohammad Hafeez to undergo bowling test on July 6 in Chennai

Controversial Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will have his bowling action tested in Chennai on June 6, according to ESPNcricinfo.

Discontent brewing in Pakistan cricket over new domestic structure
Discontent brewing in Pakistan cricket over new domestic structure

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is facing stiff resistance from players and its affiliated departments and regions over a proposed domestic structure which is likely to be implemented this year.

BCCI mulling performance-based incentives for Indian team
BCCI mulling performance-based incentives for Indian team

Encouraged by the financial model followed by Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board, the BCCI is planning to introduce a performance-based incentive for the Indian team for each and every home and away series.

Pending Indian Visa forces PCB to push for Mohammad Hafeez's action testing date
Pending Indian Visa forces PCB to push for Mohammad Hafeez's action testing date

With Mohammad Hafeez still waiting to get his Indian Visa stamped, the Pakistan Cricket Board has requested the ICC to extend the off-spinner's testing date of July 4 after his action was found suspect during the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.

West Indies to play tri-series against Zimbabwe, Pakistan
West Indies to play tri-series against Zimbabwe, Pakistan

The West Indies will take part in a three-nation series with Zimbabwe and Pakistan in Zimbabwe, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced following its quarterly meeting here.

Muhammad Hafeez awaits India visa as deadline for ICC test is near end
Muhammad Hafeez awaits India visa as deadline for ICC test is near end

Pakistan's experienced all-rounder, Muhammad Hafeez is due to fly to Chennai tomorrow for his bowling assessment test but is still awaiting a visa from the Indian authorities.

ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official
ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official

 The ICC at its annual conference in Barbados has revived the task team for Pakistan cricket after the PCB showed a documentary on the security measures adopted for Zimbabwe's tour to the strife-torn nation last month.

West Indies confirm Zimbabwe ODI tri-series
West Indies confirm Zimbabwe ODI tri-series

 West Indies will play against hosts Zimbabwe and Pakistan in a tri-series during August-September, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) confirmed on Sunday.

Pakistan send Rahat Ali, Babar Azam as replacements to Sri Lanka
Pakistan send Rahat Ali, Babar Azam as replacements to Sri Lanka

Pakistan cricket selectors Friday announced medium-pacer Rahat Ali and batsman Babar Azam as replacements for injured fast bowler Wahab Riaz and spinning allrounder Haris Sohail for the Test series in Sri Lanka.

Former Pakistan captain​ Zaheer Abbas is new ICC president
Former Pakistan captain​ Zaheer Abbas is new ICC president

Former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas was selected as the new president of the International Cricket Council on Wednesday during the third day of the annual ICC Annual Conference week in Barbados, confirmed in a press release.

Indian agency tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's tour of Pakistan: Minister
Indian agency tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's tour of Pakistan: Minister

In a sensational claim, the home minister of Punjab province in Pakistan on Tuesday said that India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's recent tour of Pakistan, according to the Telegraph.

Haris Sohail suffers an injury, may return home
Haris Sohail suffers an injury, may return home

 Pakistan's Test batsman Haris Sohail has suffered a shoulder injury in Sri Lanka and could be recalled home. Chief selector Haroon Rasheed told PTI that the team management has not yet decided to send Sohail back to Pakistan.

Salman Butt admits to spot fixing
Salman Butt admits to spot fixing

Pakistan's banned former captain Salman Butt has finally admitted his unconditional involvement in the spot fixing scandal that shook world cricket in 2010 in a bid to get some relaxation from the International Cricket Council (ICC) when his five-year ban ends in September.

Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB
Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB

 Tainted former Pakistan captain Salman Butt on Tuesday signed a confession note admitting to his role in the spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan versus England series back in 2010, which led to a fove-year ban.

PCB to try and mend relations with Shoaib Akhtar
PCB to try and mend relations with Shoaib Akhtar

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to improve its relations with Shoaib Akhtar as the former fast bowler has stepped up efforts to get back seven million rupees, which he paid to the Board as a fine.

Pakistan to launch its T20 international league in UAE
Pakistan to launch its T20 international league in UAE

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Saturday that it would launch its own T20 international league in February in the United Arab Emirates.

Lack of strategic thinking behind Pakistan's loss in Cricket World Cup
Lack of strategic thinking behind Pakistan's loss in Cricket World Cup

Shortage of positive approach and dearth of successful strategic thinking are among the reasons for Pakistan team's failure during the ODI World Cup, a review committee formed by PCB said.

Still have an ambition to coach youngsters: Javed Miandad
Still have an ambition to coach youngsters: Javed Miandad

Pakistan's former captain Javed Miandad has said that he is ever ready to serve the nation in any capacity despite his reservations over the policies of the PCB.

PCB to give preference to seniors in Central Contract system
PCB to give preference to seniors in Central Contract system

The PCB has decided to give seniority the priority in finalizing the new central contracts for 2015 with the captains of all three formats of the game being placed in the top category.

No bribes paid to Zimbabwe, says PCB chairman
No bribes paid to Zimbabwe, says PCB chairman

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has refuted claims of bribing the Zimbabwe Cricket ( ZC) but confirmed that a deal was struck with the latter for touring Pakistan.