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England vs Pakistan, 3rd Test: Recalled Sohail Khan five-for gives visitors Day 1 spoils

England vs Pakistan, 3rd Test: Recalled Sohail Khan five-for gives visitors Day 1 spoils

Sohail, a 32-year-old right-arm quick, removed a quartet of top-order batsman on his way to figures of five for 96 in 23 overs.

England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: Cook, Root tons help hosts post 314/4 on Day 1

England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: Cook, Root tons help hosts post 314/4 on Day 1

England captain Alastair Cook, who won the toss on a good pitch and in sunny conditions ideal for batting, made 105 and shared a second-wicket stand of 185 with Root.

Mohammad Amir: Tainted pacer can add vitality for Pakistan against New Zealand

Mohammad Amir: Tainted pacer can add vitality for Pakistan against New Zealand

Pitches in New Zealand that caters to fast bowling and swing could see a rejuvenated Amir getting his acts right and deliver the goods.

3rd Test, Day 3: Skipper Angelo Mathews puts Sri Lanka on top against Pakistan in series decider

3rd Test, Day 3: Skipper Angelo Mathews puts Sri Lanka on top against Pakistan in series decider

Skipper Angelo Mathews battled his way to an unbeaten 77 as Sri Lanka seized the advantage in the series-deciding third and final Test against Pakistan in Pallekele on Sunday.

3rd Test, Day 3: Sri Lanka-Pakistan decider evenly poised

3rd Test, Day 3: Sri Lanka-Pakistan decider evenly poised

Left-arm seamer Rahat Ali grabbed two quick wickets to lead Pakistan`s fightback after Sri Lanka took a 63-run lead in the series-deciding third Test in Pallekele 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.

Fawad Alam replaces injured Haris Sohail in Pakistan squad

Fawad Alam replaces injured Haris Sohail in Pakistan squad

 The Pakistani selectors have called up batsman Fawad Alam as a replacement for injured Haris Sohail for the remaining part of the Sri Lankan tour.

Shahid Afridi praises courage shown by Zimbabwe cricketers

Shahid Afridi praises courage shown by Zimbabwe cricketers

Pakistan`s Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi Tuesday led his country in welcoming the Zimbabwe team and praised the visitors` "courage" after they became the first Test-playing nation to visit in six years.

Pakistan`s Rahat Ali out of Bangladesh Tests

Pakistan`s Rahat Ali out of Bangladesh Tests

Pakistan`s problem-filled tour of Bangladesh was hit by another injury as frontline paceman Rahat Ali was Saturday ruled out of the Test series, the fifth injury case related to the tour.

Injured Rahat Ali out of Test series against Bangladesh

Injured Rahat Ali out of Test series against Bangladesh

Vanquished in ODIs, Pakistan suffered a blow ahead of the Test series against Bangladesh when left-arm paceman Rahat Ali was ruled out with a hamstring injury.

Mushfiqur Bangladesh's run-machine: Mashrafe Mortaza

Mushfiqur Bangladesh's run-machine: Mashrafe Mortaza

Bangladesh cricket captain Mashrafe Mortaza on Saturday lauded the performance of wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim, calling him the team's "run machine".

Cricket World Cup: Friends united as Wahab Riaz, Shane Watson call truce

Cricket World Cup: Friends united as Wahab Riaz, Shane Watson call truce

Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz and Australian all-rounder Shane Watson called a truce on Tuesday after their compelling World Cup quarter-final tussle.

PCB to analyse Pakistan's World Cup performance

PCB to analyse Pakistan's World Cup performance

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Friday it would carry out an analysis of the national team's showing as well as the performances of every individual in the World Cup.

Cricket World Cup: Michael Clarke hails whirlwind Wahab Riaz

Cricket World Cup: Michael Clarke hails whirlwind Wahab Riaz

Australia captain Michael Clarke lauded Pakistani fast bowler Wahab Riaz, saying his side was lucky to survive the left-armer's torrid spell to win the World Cup quarter-final.

ICC World Cup: Pakistan's dismal fielding contributes to huge defeat against Australia

ICC World Cup: Pakistan's dismal fielding contributes to huge defeat against Australia

Pakistan would have hoped to bowl and field well after a sorry batting performance against Australia their quarter-final against Australia at the Adelaide Oval. Though they ticked off the bowling mark with Wahab Riaz firing in, their fielding let them down as two dropped catches proved costly in the end.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Pakistan considering Yasir Shah for quarter-final

Cricket World Cup 2015: Pakistan considering Yasir Shah for quarter-final

Pakistan are toying with the idea of recalling leg-spinner Yasir Shah for Friday`s World Cup quarter-final against Australia.

Cricket World Cup: Left is just right for Mitchell Starc's fan Wasim Akram

Cricket World Cup: Left is just right for Mitchell Starc's fan Wasim Akram

 Wasim Akram can`t wait to see six left-arm seamers in action when Australia and Pakistan clash Friday for a World Cup semi-final spot, but admits Mitchell Starc is his favourite exponent.

ICC WC 2015: Expert analysis of Pakistan-South Africa match

Pakistan`s trio of left-arm pacemen bowled their team to a thrilling 29-run win over South Africa as they revived their bid for a World Cup quarter-final place in Auckland on Saturday.Watch our specialists analyse Pakistan's victory.

ICC WC 2015: Expert analysis of Pakistan-South Africa match-Part 2

Pakistan`s trio of left-arm pacemen bowled their team to a thrilling 29-run win over South Africa as they revived their bid for a World Cup quarter-final place in Auckland on Saturday.Watch our specialists analyse Pakistan's victory.

ICC World Cup: Pacers bowl Pakistan to stunning win over South Africa

ICC World Cup: Pacers bowl Pakistan to stunning win over South Africa

Pakistan`s trio of left-arm pacemen bowled their team to a thrilling 29-run win over South Africa on the Duckworth/Lewis method as they revived their bid for a World Cup quarter-final place in Auckland on Saturday.