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  • Rediscovering live cricket commentary on radio

    IT was a great surprise and a greater pleasure to rediscover the live cricket commentary during the recently concluded Pakistan Cup...

    The well-organised tournament staged under the auspices of the PCB in Faisalabad will be remembered for two events — revival of live cricket commentary by Radio Pakistan and the utter disregard of the spirit of cricket and the laws of this great game by Younis Khan, the celebrated Pakistan batsman... ...

  • Cabinet rejects proposal to liaise with Indian company for live telecast of Pak-Eng cricket series

    The federal cabinet on Tuesday rejected a proposal of the Pakistan Television Corporation to liaise with an Indian company for live telecast of the upcoming Pakistan-England cricket series...

    Addressing a press conference after the cabinet meeting, Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry said that the cabinet was requested to approve the partnership with an Indian company, which would enable the PTV to telecast the cricket...

  • Head leads Australia to victory in dead-rubber 4th ODI

    Travis Head, promoted to the top of the order, led Australia to a drought-breaking win over England in the fourth one-day international in Adelaide on Friday...

    Replacing injured opener Aaron Finch, Head anchored a shaky Australian run chase with a polished 96, falling just shy of a deserved century and with victory imminent...

  • Langer chosen as new Australia head coach

    MELBOURNE: Looking to move on from one of the darkest periods in their 140-year history, Australia have chosen Justin Langer as the new head coach of the national team, hoping the 105-Test veteran will lead the national team out of the fallout from the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa...

    Langer takes over for Darren Lehmann, who resigned after the embarrassing ball-tampering episode in March that saw Australia’s two leading...

  • Finch upbeat as Australia head to India

    SYDNEY: Australia have the goods to give Virat Kohli’s men a run for their money, skipper Aaron Finch said Thursday as he departed for their three-match One-day International (ODI) series...

    The two sides face each other in Mumbai on Jan 14 before heading to Rajkot and then Bangalore for what will be Australia’s first limited-overs games since the World Cup in England last year...

  • Khawaja, Head axed as Australia confirm England tour

    MELBOURNE: Australia’s limited-overs tour of England will go ahead this month at bio-secure venues, officials said on Friday, after its players were given government clearance to travel...

    The confirmation ensures Australians will pad up for their first internationals in nearly six months, with Glenn Maxwell, Nathan Lyon and Marcus Stoinis recalled to the squad, while Usman Khawaja and Travis Head missed out...

  • Travis Head gets the nod as Australia confirm XI for first Ashes Test

    BRISBANE: New Australia captain Pat Cummins has confirmed batsman Travis Head and fast bowler Mitchell Starc will play in the first Ashes Test...

    Cummins said that Head is set to be picked ahead of Usman Khawaja in this week’s first Ashes Test at the Gabba, while the early call on left-arm quick Mitchell Starc, as a new ball bowler, means the hosts have now settled on a line-up well ahead of Wednesday’s toss...

  • Cricket Australia confident Pakistan will draw large crowd on Boxing Day

    Cricket Australia (CA) chief James Sutherland is confident Pakistan will pull in large crowds when it features in the Boxing Day and New Year's Test Down Under...

    Australia were hoping to take on world number one South Africa for its season's biggest Tests but with the Proteas engaged in other fixtures, the showdown between the two teams will now take place in November...

  • Pakistan crush Cricket Australia XI by 201 runs

    Opener Azhar Ali hit an unbeaten 82 and spinner Mohammad Nawaz took three wickets as Pakistan thrashed a modest Cricket Australia XI by 201 runs in Cairns on Saturday...

    3 overs to win early on the final day of their three-day day-night game ahead of next week's first Test against Australia in Brisbane...

  • Pakistan crush Cricket Australia XI ahead of first Test

    CAIRNS: Pakistan’s bowlers dismissed a modest Cricket Australia XI for 109 to clinch a 201-run win on Saturday on the third and final day of a tour match ahead of next week’s first day-night Test against Australia in Brisbane...

    3 overs to roll through the inexperienced home side, after Pakistan declared at 216-6, setting a target of 311 with two sessions to play...

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