Australia stretches lead over India following annual Test update

Australia stretches lead over India following annual Test update

South Africa slips three places to sixth; Bangladesh now trail the West Indies by eight points read more

Younis to return to Pakistan Cup after PCB U-turn
  • AFP
  • Apr 28, 2016

Veteran expressed regret and apologised in response to show cause notice, says Shaharyar Khan read more

Pakistan mull day-night Test against West Indies

Misbah moots idea to get accustomed to playing with pink ball under lights before tour of Australia read more

A coach is a waste of money, says Qadir

Former Pakistan legspinner feels that the captain should be made wholly responsible for everything in the national read more

Second ankle operation for Mark Wood in five months
  • AFP
  • Apr 22, 2016

England paceman can only return to competitive cricket later in the summer, is likely to miss home series against Sri Lanka in May-June

I don’t have a magic wand: Inzamam

Pakistan’s new chief selector calls for patience, cautions against expecting immediate results

Australia confirm day-night Test against Pakistan

South African concerns linger over pink-ball experiment; Perth to host first Test of summer

ECB mulling points system for home series

The format, used in the Women’s Ashes earlier, could be implemented during the Sri Lanka and Pakistan visits

In the throes of change

Print Run: Court cracks the whip, Pakistan repeat old mistakes, Shastri minds his own business, and more

Australia plan two more day-night Tests in home summer
  • AFP
  • Apr 7, 2016

Hosts will face South Africa under lights in Adelaide and Pakistan at Brisbane's Gabba

Sarfraz appointed Pakistan's T20I skipper

Wicketkeeper-batsman takes over from Shahid Afridi after the team's poor show in the Asia Cup and World T20

Waqar steps down as Pakistan coach

PCB were looking to make him a scapegoat for recent run of poor results, alleges former paceman

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