• Lankans have pace, but need to swing: Akram

    Legendary Pakistani paceman Wasim Akram said that Sri Lanka had a promising crop of fast bowlers despite their traditional reliance on spin after holding a coaching session with the islanders Thursday.

  • Bangladesh lose to Pakistan

    Bangladesh suffer the ignominy of being bowled out for their lowest T20 total as they go down by nine wickets to Pakistan in the ninth match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • NZ sweep series

    New Zealand took nine wickets in a dramatic final session of the second Test against Pakistan to win by 130 runs in Hamilton on Tuesday and clean sweep their series 2-0.

  • Record win takes Bangladesh to 2nd place

    Bangladesh move to the second position of the points table after they thump Nepal by 92 runs in the 8th match of the Women’s T20 Asia Cup at the Asian Institute of Technology ground in Bangkok.

  • NZ rip through Pak to clinch series 2-0

    New Zealand's pace bowlers sparked a final session collapse to dismiss Pakistan for 230 and give them a 138-run victory in the second Test at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Tuesday, a win that also clinched a first series triumph over Pakistan since 1985.

  • Pakistan unchanged for Aus tour

    Pakistan resisted the temptation to change and retained the same 16-man squad which is currently on tour in New Zealand for their upcoming series in Australia, their chief selector said Monday.

  • Taylor ton puts Kiwis on top

    Ross Taylor shrugged off his eye problems to score a superb unbeaten century as New Zealand set Pakistan a formidable 369-run target to win the second Test on Monday.

  • Taylor ton guides NZ into series-clinching position

    Ross Taylor ends a poor run of form to score his 16th Test century and bat New Zealand into a potentially series-winning position at the end of the fourth day of the second Test against Pakistan at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

  • Southee's six keeps NZ in front of Pak

    Tim Southee bagged six wickets as New Zealand took a 55-run lead over Pakistan on a rain-shortened third day of the second Test in Hamilton on Sunday.

  • Pak strike twice before rain halts Test

    New Zealand reach 77-2 against Pakistan before rain forces day one of the second and final Test to be abandoned after just 21 overs in Hamilton.

  • NZ eye end to 30-yr dry run

    New Zealand have a chance to seal a first series win against Pakistan in more than 30 years in the second Test in Hamilton

  • Taylor recognises risk of playing with eye condition

    New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor is aware that another cheap dismissal in the second Test against Pakistan could give rise to questions about his eye condition and whether it has affected his performance.

  • New Zealand lose Boult for second Test

    New Zealand suffered a blow on the eve of the second Test against Pakistan when bowling spearhead Trent Boult was ruled out on Thursday with a knee injury.

  • Former Pak cricketers ask ICC to ban Kohli

    Former Pakistan cricketers and an ex-Pakistan Cricket Board chairman on Tuesday demanded of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ban Indian skipper Virat Kohli for ball-tampering.

  • Ind women penalised by ICC for skipping Pak matches

    The International Cricket Council has docked six points of Indian women’s cricket team after they skipped all their three matches against Pakistan in the ICC women’s championship competition.

  • Pak captain Misbah banned due to slow over rate

    Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been banned for one Test and his team fined for their slow over rate during the first match against New Zealand in Christchurch.

  • Fit-again Santner recalled for second Test

    Spin-bowling all-rounder Mitchell Santner has been included in New Zealand's squad for the second and final Test against Pakistan after making a quick recovery from a broken wrist.

  • Misbah set to miss second Test due to family illness

    Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is highly unlikely to be available for his country's second Test against New Zealand in Hamilton on Friday after having to return to Pakistan due to a family illness.

  • Black Caps thrash Pakistan in first Test

    A Kane Williamson half century sees New Zealand snap a four-Test losing streak when they beat Pakistan by eight wickets in the first Test at Hagley Oval, Christchurch.

  • Record debut as de Grandhomme skittles Pak

    Colin de Grandhomme became New Zealand's most successful debutant bowler Friday, taking six for 41 as Pakistan folded for 133 in their first innings of the first Test.

  • Rain washes out first day's play

    Persistent rain forced the abandonment of the first day's play of the first cricket Test between New Zealand and Pakistan at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Thursday.

  • NZ-Pak first Test from today

    Pakistan and New Zealand both claimed the high ground on the eve of Thursday's first Test in Christchurch, with the Black Caps drawing inspiration from Brendon McCullum's classic farewell innings.

  • Functional RCAs will be Papon's biggest triumph

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hasan Papon last week celebrated three successful years in office with a Mezban for all stakeholders at the board headquarters in Mirpur.

  • NZ draw on McCullum heroics for Pak clash

    Pakistan and New Zealand both claimed the high ground on the eve of Thursday's first Test in Christchurch, with the Black Caps drawing inspiration from Brendon McCullum's classic farewell innings.

  • Pak Test to go ahead after N.Zealand quake

    The first Test between New Zealand and Pakistan is set to go ahead in Christchurch this week, despite a massive earthquake which killed at least two people and caused major infrastructure damage.

  • No Boom Boom captain for Rangpur

    Rangpur Rigers, the franchise that boasts the likes of Soumya Sarkar, Rubel Hossain, Shahid Afridi, Gidron Pope, Babr Azam and Mohammad Shahzad in their mix was reported to have offered the captaincy to Boom Boom Afridi, but the Pakistani allrounder expressed his gratitude to the team management and turned down the offer.

  • WI defeat Pak to end winless streak

    Kraigg Brathwaite and Shane Dowrich struck unbeaten half-centuries to guide West Indies to a first Test victory in 14 matches as the Caribbean side beat Pakistan by five wickets on the final morning of the third Test in Sharjah.

  • Afridi to join Rangpur Riders today

    Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is set to arrive in Dhaka today to take part in the fourth season of the Bangladesh Premier League, the country's premier T20 competition.

  • Brathwaite puts WI on solid footing

    Opener Kraigg Brathwaite needed five runs for a fighting hundred as he foiled Pakistan on the second day of the third and final Test in Sharjah on Monday.

  • Pakistan target historic 9-0 rout of West Indies

    Pakistan are determined to complete an historic 9-0 rout of the West Indies when the two teams meet in the third and final Test in Sharjah from Sunday.