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  • Mohammad Nawaz suspended for not reporting suspect approach

    Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz has been suspended for two months for failing to report a suspect approach to indulge in corruption, the country's cricket board has said.

  • Pakistan press for victory

    Departing stalwarts Younis Khan and captain Misbah ul Haq failed to make an impact in their farewell international innings but Pakistan were poised to press for a series-clinching victory over the West Indies at stumps on the fourth day at Windsor Park in Dominica on Saturday.

  • Afghanistan's captain Mohammad Nabi

    Nabi becomes first Afghan player to be picked in IPL

    On Monday, Mohammad Nabi became the first ever Afghanistan player to be picked by in the history of Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • Momentum with Pak against weary Aus bowlers

    Pakistan say they have the momentum heading into the Boxing Day Melbourne Test after giving Australia a mighty fright during an epic run-chase in the opening clash of the series.

  • Amir fit for Boxing Day

    Pakistan spearhead Mohammad Amir is expected to play the Boxing Day Test against Australia despite stiffness and a bruised thigh, officials said Thursday.

  • Mohammad Nabi muscles Vikings to 190

    Mohammad Nabi hammers his highest T20 knock to muscle Chittagong Vikings to 190 for 5 after 20 overs against Rajshahi Kings led by Darren Sammy in the 16th match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016.

  • Bangladesh

    Ali still in security job

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) security consultant Mohammad Ali has continued in his position even though BCB president Nazmul

  • Mohammad Amir flies home to sick mother

    Mohammad Amir quit Pakistan's one-day series against the West Indies and flew home after his mother was taken seriously ill.

  • Mohammad Ashraful returns with Chittagong Vikings in BPL 2018-19

    Ashraful set for domestic return

    Former Bangladesh captain Mohammed Ashraful will mark his return to domestic cricket today after serving a five-year ban with

  • Mohammad Ashraful returns with Chittagong Vikings in BPL 2018-19

    Ashraful loses his father

    Former Bangladesh international cricketer Mohammad Ashraful’s father Abdul Matin passes away last night at the Apollo Hospital, Dhaka.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Ash's return details on Sat

    Former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful is supposed to be eligible to return to cricket on or about August 13 this year.

  • 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.

  • ‘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.

  • 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.

  • ‘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.

  • Rafique to guide HP spinners

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) call up former Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique to assist the slow bowlers in the ongoing High Performance (HP) programme.

  • Pommies turn to Saqlain to solve spin problem

    England are in a spin in more ways than one as they head into the second Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford on Friday looking to level the four-match series at 1-1.

  • Masters of making the ball talk

    The one constant in Pakistan cricket is the inherent quality and variety of the bowling. These men rejoice in making a cricket ball talk. The use of the ball, its leather and its seam, is a culture, forensically explored and widely envied.

  • What they said

    People want Amir to do well so there will be enormous pressure on him but I am confident that he will come out a winner.

  • 'He must enjoy the game'

    Pakistan legend Wasim Akram says expected hostility from England fans will not deter convicted spot-fixer Mohammad Amir from leading his country's bowling attack when he returns to the scene of his crime at Lord's next week.

  • Amir on song despite Cook's warnings

    The sub-plot of the England cricket summer, as Pakistan turn the screw on Somerset on the second day of their first practice match of the tour on Monday, is how Mohammad Amir will fare and be received upon his return to the country where he served a jail term in 2010.

  • Misbah backs Amir to come good

    Mohammad Amir can still become the best bowler in the world despite serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing, Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan's Test captain, opined on Monday (June 27).

  • Younis unfazed by familiar foes

    Pakistan's top Test batsman Younis Khan has brushed aside the threat posed by England's in-form pace attack as his team prepares to return to the scene of an infamous spot-fixing scandal in 2010.

  • Arthur vows to help Amir

    New Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has promised to do everything in his power to help disgraced paceman Mohammad Amir realise his full potential after the bowler was granted a visa for the team's upcoming tour of England.

  • Amir granted UK visa

    Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been granted a UK visa and will travel with the team on June 18 for their tour of England and Ireland, the PCB announced on Thursday.

  • Broad has no problems facing Amir

    Stuart Broad has insisted he won't have any issues playing against Mohammad Amir should the convicted spot-fixer make his Test return at Lord's next month.