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Cricket World Cup 2015: Just let the players relax, says Wasim Akram
Cricket World Cup 2015: Just let the players relax, says Wasim Akram

Pakistan's former captain and fast bowling great Wasim Akram has advised the national team management to not involve the players in long meetings/discussions or training sessions ahead of their crucial World Cup match against Zimbabwe.

Indian media running ‘propaganda’ against Pakistan team, accuses Mohammad Hafeez
Indian media running ‘propaganda’ against Pakistan team, accuses Mohammad Hafeez

Pakistan's star all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has accused Indian media of running propaganda to malign Pakistan cricket team. The sensational statement came days after India defeated Pakistan in their ICC World Cup 2015 match at Adelaide.

Pakistan admit Younis Khan experiment failed
Pakistan admit Younis Khan experiment failed

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis admitted the controversial experiment of using veteran batsman Younis Khan as an opener in the World Cup clash against India had failed.

ICC World Cup 2015: Waqar Younis vows Pakistan comeback after cracking under pressure
ICC World Cup 2015: Waqar Younis vows Pakistan comeback after cracking under pressure

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis on Wednesday insisted his team would bounce back in the World Cup despite a demoralising defeat against arch-rivals India, a loss he blamed on an inability to handle big-match pressure.

Pakistan fielding coach complains of players' abusive behaviour, threatens to step down
Pakistan fielding coach complains of players' abusive behaviour, threatens to step down

Pakistan's World Cup campaign hit another snag when the national team's fielding coach Grant Luden threatened to step down complaining of misbehaviour from three senior players.

Waqar Younis hopes struggling Younis Khan comes good
Waqar Younis hopes struggling Younis Khan comes good

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis on Thursday backed senior batsman Younis Khan to return to form in the World Cup despite a worrying slump.

Waqar Younis says Pakistan determined to break World Cup jinx against India
Waqar Younis says Pakistan determined to break World Cup jinx against India

Losing to arch-rivals India in all the previous five World Cup clashes has certainly hurt Pakistan and they are determined to break the jinx this time around in the showpiece event beginning on Saturday, their coach Waqar Younis said.

Unpredictable Pakistan hope to overcome turbulent build-up
Unpredictable Pakistan hope to overcome turbulent build-up

Pakistan have sweet memories of the World Cup when Australia and New Zealand last co-hosted it in 1992 but their optimism will be tempered this time by their turbulent build-up to the quadrennial event.

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.

Selection committee can appoint Misbah's replacement: PCB
Selection committee can appoint Misbah's replacement: PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has given authority to the tour selection committee on the coming tour to New Zealand and for the World Cup to appoint a replacement captain if Misbah-ul-Haq's hamstring injury prevents him from playing.

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.

Counselling sessions for Pakistan cricketers ahead of World Cup
Counselling sessions for Pakistan cricketers ahead of World Cup

 The World Cup bound Pakistani cricketers will have two counselling sessions with a well-known sports psychologist before leaving next week from Lahore for New Zealand.

Spinners will play a key role in World Cup: Mushtaq Ahmed
Spinners will play a key role in World Cup: Mushtaq Ahmed

Pakistan's spin bowling coach, Mushtaq Ahmed believes that spinners will have a key role to play in the forthcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Adored Saeed Afridi leaves vacuum for fans - and advertisers
Adored Saeed Afridi leaves vacuum for fans - and advertisers

If fan following was a yardstick of greatness in cricket, Pakistan`s colourful all-rounder Shahid Afridi would probably be ranked his country`s greatest ever player.

Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis
Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis

Pakistan coach and pace legend Waqar Younis has said his side needs to revamp its fielding standards and batting against short-pitched deliveries to be competitive enough at the impending 2015 One-Day International (ODI) World Cup in February-March 2015.

Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar in Matthew Hayden's World Cup XI
Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar in Matthew Hayden's World Cup XI

Former Australia batsman Matthew Hayden has picked India's Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar in his "All Time Cricket World Cup Greatest XI".

Misbah-ul Haq in doubt for third New Zealand ODI
Misbah-ul Haq in doubt for third New Zealand ODI

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis Saturday admitted skipper Misbah-ul Haq remains doubtful for the third one-day international against New Zealand after he hurt his hamstring.

Pakistan think-tank has 2015 World Cup in mind
Pakistan think-tank has 2015 World Cup in mind

Keeping in mind the 2015 World Cup, Pakistan's chief selector Moin Khan and head coach Waqar Younis are contemplating using a different bowling combination for the last three one-day internationals against New Zealand in the UAE.

Waqar Younis believes Pakistan  possess potential to win 2015 World Cup
Waqar Younis believes Pakistan possess potential to win 2015 World Cup

Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis said that the team have the potential and talent to lift the coveted World Cup trophy in 2015, admitting that the team would need to cope with the towering pressure.

Youngster Sean Abbott who bowled fatal Phil Hughes ball `broken`
Youngster Sean Abbott who bowled fatal Phil Hughes ball `broken`

A "broken" Sean Abbott faced rebuilding his life Friday after delivering the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, although the young bowler was holding up well given the circumstances.