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.
Former Pakistan cricket chief Nasim Ashraf said on Wednesday he regretted that a failure to deal with bowlers with suspect actions had resulted in the loss of ace spinner Saeed Ajmal and all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez.
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.
Former Test spinners and chief selectors Iqbal Qasim and Salahuddin Ahmed have questioned the current protocol of the International Cricket Council (ICC) for bowlers and said it was destroying the careers and livelihoods of players.
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.
Pakistan`s suspended all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will be sent to Chennai in India for remedial work and tests on his bowling action which was declared illegal this week, cricket authorities said Wednesday.
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.
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.
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.
Pakistan's ace off-spinner Saeed Ajmal failed to provide satisfactory results in an informal test in light of his bowling ban, which has reportedly prompted the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to go on the back-foot to apply for his reassessment.
Pakistan cricket chiefs said Tuesday they are seeking a reassessment of Saeed Ajmal`s bowling action which was deemed illegal in September, in a bid to clear the star off-spinner before next year`s World Cup.
Pakistan's suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, who will undergo another private biomechanics test this week on his bowling action, is not keen to play domestic cricket matches as recommended by PCB's bowling action review committee.