• So far so good for security team

    England's security team express satisfaction with the cooperation received so far, but refuse to reveal anything further about their assessment of the security situation in Bangladesh.

  • Cricket: Pakistan's one-day form a worry

    Pakistan's one-day form is a "real concern" to coach Mickey Arthur and the South African believes it could "take some time" to improve the team's standing in white-ball cricket.

  • Cricket: Misbah keen to leave Pakistan legacy

    Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq vows to leave a Test legacy after a series-levelling win against England at The Oval.

  • Misbah bats for Bangladesh

    Pakistan skipper Misbahul Haq is the latest voice to speak out in support of England touring Bangladesh.

  • Cricket: Cook laments familiar failings

    England captain Alastair Cook says his side has still to conquer some longstanding problems after Pakistan derail their quest to become the world's number one Test side.

  • Younis, Shafiq punish Eng

    Asad Shafiq and Younis Khan both score hundreds as Pakistan build a slender first-innings lead on the second day of the fourth Test against England.

  • Hanif, and some old-time jolly in Dhaka

    Bangladesh's veteran sports journalist and coach remember the unparalleled joy of watching the original 'Little Master' Hanif Mohammad bat.

  • Ali ton gives Eng edge

    Moeen Ali makes Pakistan pay for their latest fielding lapses with a century that sees England fight back on the first day of the fourth Test at The Oval on Thursday.

  • 'Pakistan never found another Hanif'

    The cricket world paid tributes to Pakistan legend Hanif Mohammad, who died aged 81 in Karachi.

  • The original Little Master

    Hanif Mohammad almost single-handedly carried Pakistan's batting in their early days as a Test nation.

  • Pakistan ponder line-up for England finale

    Pakistan head into their series finale against England at The Oval wondering if an extra bowler can help them square the four-match series at 2-2.

  • IS claims Pakistan hospital attack

    Islamic State claims responsibility for a suicide bombing in Pakistan that killed at least 70 people and wounded more than a hundred on Monday in an attack on mourners gathered at a hospital in Quetta, the group's Amaq news agency reported.

  • Hanif Mohammad fights for life at Karachi hospital

    The original Little Master and Pakistan cricket legend Hanif Mohammad is fighting for his life after he faced respiratory complications during his ongoing treatment at the Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi.

  • Bairstow sets new run record

    Jonny Bairstow becomes the highest-scoring England wicket-keeper in a calendar year of Test cricket during his 83 in the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston.

  • England fight back

    England captain Alastair Cook and Alex Hales's first century stand as an opening pair leave the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston intriguingly poised come the close of Friday's third day.

  • The fire burns on

    10 years ago today, a skinny teenager by the name of Shakib Al Hasan donned the red and green. 10 years on, he is considered to be the greatest player Bangladesh has ever produced.

  • Azhar in dreamland as 'petulant' Anderson apologises

    Azhar Ali says he had realised a "dream" in scoring his first Test century outside of Asia as England great James Anderson's frustration boils over at Edgbaston.

  • Pakistan cricketer Azhar Ali

    Ton-up Azhar

    Azhar Ali's century helps keep England at bay before he was out to the final ball of the second day of the third Test at Edgbaston.

  • Sohail's maiden five-for

    Sohail Khan marks his return to Test cricket after a five-year absence with a maiden five-wicket haul.

  • ‘Go big’ against England: Misbah

    Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq urges his top order "to go big" in the third Test against England at Edgbaston starting Wednesday.

  • Bangladesh

    Cricket Australia chairman supports two-tier Test structure

    David Peever, who replaced Wally Edwards as Cricket Australia's (CA) chairman in 2014, emphasizes on the significance of balancing the game's well-established traditions and heritage with the changing climes of the cricketing landscape.

  • Misbah ul Haq

    Runs at a premium for Pakistan

    Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur is desperate to see a greater return from his top-order batsmen in the third Test against England.

  • Anderson keen to forge on despite drop in pace

    England seamer James Anderson is confident that he has enough skill and experience to compensate for his decreased pace over the remaining years of his cricket career.

  • Pak federal govt comes to Hanif’s aid

    The federal government will come to the aid of former Pakistan cricketing legend Hanif Mohammad who is currently hospitalized and undergoing treatment in an intensive Care Unit (ICU) in a private hospital in Karachi.

  • 'Many fast men will follow the fast three'

    Former Pakistan pacer Aaqib Javed believes that the current Bangladesh pacers can inspire future generations of the country to take up fast bowling.

  • Aaqib in town for pace camp

    Former Pakistan pace bowler Aaqib Javed arrives in Dhaka to oversee a week-long special fast bowling camp for the national team and pacers under the HP programme.

  • Eng level series with big win

    James Anderson marks his return to international duty with three wickets as England beat Pakistan by a massive 330 runs to win the second Test at his Old Trafford home ground.

  • ‘Little margin of error for Yasir against Cook and Root’

    Mushtaq Ahmed, Pakistan's bowling coach, says legspinner Yasir Shah bowled too quickly on the opening day of the second Test against England at Old Trafford in Manchester, and paid the price for it.

  • Anderson fitness debate a 'messy affair'

    England captain Alastair Cook says he is surprised by the row over the decision to omit seamer James Anderson for the first-Test defeat by Pakistan.

  • 'England trio's return will have impact'

    Legendary fast-bowler Wasim Akram says that the return of Ben Stokes and James Anderson will prove to be pivotal for the English cricket team when they face Pakistan in the second Test at Old Trafford.