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Smog Spoils Windies Tour to Pakistan for T20Is

/ 07 November 2017
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Previously in May this year Pakistan clinch three-match T20I series by 2-1 against Windies on Caribbean Soil. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

As the thick blanket of smog has choked metropolitan city, Lahore of Pakistan since the beginning of November, the Windies historic tour to Pakistan has been canceled until next year, according to the fresh reports.


Javed Miandad Hails Pakistan Cricket on Sri Lanka’s Historic Visit to Lahore

/ 29 October 2017
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Miandad has been vocal about Pakistan to bank on the strength. Photo: Dawn/Web.

Pakistan batting veteran Javed Miandad believes it is a huge success for Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) agreed to the terms — to dispatch their team to Lahore for the solitary


After Refusing to Play in Lahore, Several Sri Lankan Players Likely to Miss T20 Series against Pakistan

/ 20 October 2017
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Their is also an opportunity for the fringe players. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has been in talks with its players before leaving several cricketers behind who raised eyebrows regarding the Twenty20 fixture which has been scheduled for October 29 at iconic Gaddafi Stadium in


40 Sri Lankan Players Deny to Travel Pakistan for T20I Fixture

/ 14 October 2017
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In the latest development, Sri Lankan cricketers have had refused to fly Pakistan owing to the security concerns for the final match of the three-match Twenty20 internationals scheduled in Lahore. The reports suggested that at


Younis Khan Praises PCB for World XI’s Successful Tour to Pakistan

/ 19 September 2017

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Former Pakistan skipper and batting mainstay Younis Khan has praised the efforts of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), in general, and the newly-appointed chairman Najam Sethi in particular, for smoothly conducting the ICC-led World XI’s five-day


Paul Collingwood Feels Cricket is ‘Religion’ in Pakistan

/ 13 September 2017

The World XI players were paraded in the ground while riding the colorful auto-rickshaws. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood, who is excited to be the part of World XI tour to Pakistan, revealed he would try his level best, in a bid to contribute to the revival of cricket


World XI Tour Costs PCB around $3 Million for staging Independence Cup 2017 in Lahore

/ 13 September 2017

Fans cherish the World XI tour to Lahore. Photo Credit: AFP.

An inside report revealed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to spend around US$ three million for hosting the historic fixtures, in a bid to revive cricket in an embattled nation. Following the promise shown


Shadab Khan Animated to Play in Pakistan against World XI

/ 10 September 2017

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Pakistan slow-bowling all-rounder Shadab Khan has expressed excitement to be the part of the Pakistan squad, in a bid to take the field against ICC’s World XI in front of the jam-packed home crowd at


Younis Khan Lashes out at PCB, Says No to Farewell

/ 10 September 2017

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Former Pakistan skipper and middle-order batsman Younis Khan has categorically denied attending the farewell which is scheduled to be hosted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) next week at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. While


Grant Elliott Pleased With Security Measures in Pakistan for World XI Tour

/ 09 September 2017

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New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott has expressed satisfaction over the foolproof security which has been set-up by Pakistan for the three-match World XI’s tour which is scheduled at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, beginning from September