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Pakistan 'can survive' without playing India, says Shaharyar
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Pakistan 'can survive' without playing India, says Shaharyar

Karachi - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar M Khan has said that Pakistan 'can survive' without playing cricket against India but hoped the BCCI will adhere to the MoU signed between the boards and improve the prospects of bilateral ... The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago
PCB 'can survive' without playing India Bangladesh Daily Star, 5 days ago

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Pakistan and Sri Lanka to tour England

The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that Pakistan and Sri Lanka will be England's opponents on home soil next year. England will travel to the United Arab Emirates to take on Pakistan in three Test matches, four one-day internationals ...
 MSN UK6 days ago England to host Pak, Sri Lanka next year  Business Standard1 week ago Dangerous England have shaken up the world order with Ashes upset of Australia  Capital Bay1 week ago England to host Pakistan, Sri Lanka in 2016  Indian Express1 week ago
Yahoo! India

The aftermath of the Clarke era: Where does Australian cricket go from here?

By | Sportskeeda Clarke retired from international cricket at the end of the Ashes series. For England, the euphoria of reclaiming the Ashes has been somewhat tempered by a chastening defeat in the last Test match. The loss might not have been ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago Clarke blames England's pitches for Ashes loss  Business Standard1 week ago Ashes 2015: Clarke blames England's pitches for Ashes loss  DNA1 week ago MP: Clarke has questions to answer  Topix1 week ago

Pakistan set to tour England for the first time since ...

Pakistan will tour England nextyear, their first visit since their spot-fixing marred 2010tour, the English Cricket Board (ECB) announced today. Pakistan are scheduled to face the recently-crowned Asheswinners in four Test matches, five one-day ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Pakistan cricket team return to England for first time since 2010 fixing scandal  Gulf News1 week ago Sri Lanka and Pakistan to tour England in 2016  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago Pakistan to tour England next year  MSN News US1 week ago

English Cricket Board Open to Idea of Twenty20 in Olympics

Image for representational use only. London: English cricket chiefs are no longer implacably hostile to the idea of Twenty20 featuring in a future Olympic Games, one of the country's top administrators said Thursday. England and Wales Cricket ...
 NDTV1 week ago ECB open to Olympic cricket, says chief executive  Business Standard1 week ago ECB open to Oly cricket, says chief executive  Millennium Post1 week ago ECB open to Olympic discussions  BBC1 week ago
The Express Tribune

ECB facing legal fight over Trevor

The England and Wales Cricket Board is facing the possibility of a compensation battle involving the new head coach, Trevor Bayliss. Cricket New South Wales has instructed a legal firm in Sydney to look into the possibility of pursuing the ECB for a payment ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago England likely to make changes in squad before facing Pakistan, says Bayliss  The Express Tribune1 week ago Ashes 2015 Success Can't Hide England's Flaws: Coach Trevor Bayliss  NDTV1 week ago Ashes success can't hide England flaws, says Bayliss  MSN News US1 week ago
New Indian Express

Signs of Promise in Indian Reserve Bank

CHENNAI: Australian cricket board's planning has helped them get six players from the A team to join the ODI side in England. They took the trip to India as an opportunity to test players returning from injury, like Usman Khawaja and James ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago BCCI mulling performance-based incentives for Indian team  Deccan Herald2 months ago BCCI planning performance-based incentive for Team India  One India2 months ago BCCI planning to introduce performance-based incentives for Indian team  DNA2 months ago
The News Tribe

Salman Butt requests PCB for come back in cricket arena

LAHORE: Former Captain of Pakistan cricket and spot-fixing hit Salman butt has requested Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shehryar Khan to allow him play cricket. According to details, former captain PCB's Anti Corruption Unit and Lawyers ...
 The News Tribe4 days ago Finally, Salman Butt admits to spot fixing  Rediff.com2 months ago Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt admits to spot fixing  Jagran Post2 months ago Rigid SalmanFaces trouble  The Telegraph2 months ago

Kaneria vows to fight against ECB

nned Test leg-spinner Danish Kaneria has vowed to challenge the move by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to seek legal help in Pakistan to recover almost 250,000 pounds from the him. "I have read that the ECB has filed a petition through a local ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Danish Kaneria vows to fight against ECB  Zee News1 month ago

Pakistan-England series to take place in UAE

Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday announced the schedule for the upcoming series against England, which will be taking place in the United Arab Amirates (UAE) from October to November. The tour will begin with two warm-up games followed by three Tests, four ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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