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    Pakistan Tour Of Zimbabwe 2011 Chevrolet

  • Pakistan team’s tour to Zimbabwe postponed

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) have mutually decided to defer Pakistan team’s tour to Zimbabwe, scheduled for August-September this year, for an indefinite period, well-informed sources told Dawn on Friday...

    Pakistan were scheduled to undertake a return tour to Zimbabwe for a bilateral limited-overs series featuring ODIs and T20s, after Zimbabwe squad visited Pakistan for a historical series in...

  • Zimbabwe announces squad for Pakistan tour

    HARARE: Zimbabwe on Tuesday announced a 16-man squad to tour Pakistan for three One-day and two T20 Internationals...

    The tour beginning on May 22 is the first by a Test-playing nation since terror attacks on the Sri Lankan team bus in March 2009 in which six Pakistani policemen and two civilians were killed and six members of the Sri Lanka team injured...

  • Zimbabwe Cricket chairman confirms Pakistan tour

    Zimbabwe will be the first team to tour Pakistan since the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore, Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase announced in a press conference on Thursday...

    According to the Zimbabwe chief, the decision to tour Pakistan was taken only after security fears of the players and their families were allayed...

  • Zimbabwe assesses Pakistan tour safety report

    HARARE: Zimbabwe cricket authorities said Thursday they were examining a report on the safety of playing in Pakistan, ahead of what is scheduled to be first tour by a Test-playing nation since a deadly attack on the Sri Lankan team bus...

    Zimbabwe are due to arrive in Pakistan on May 22 to play three one-day and two T20 matches...

  • Zimbabwe decision to quit Pakistan cricket tour put on hold

    KARACHI: Zimbabwe pulled out of this month's historic cricket tour to Pakistan and then retracted their decision within 16 minutes in a bizarre turnaround on Thursday...

    Zimbabwe Cricket initially released a statement saying that a decision had been reached not to tour on the advice of the country's supreme sports regulatory authority, the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC)...

  • Zimbabwe abandons, then reconsiders Pakistan tour

    HARARE: Zimbabwe cricket authorities on Thursday abandoned a planned tour to Pakistan citing poor security — before retracting their decision within 20 minutes and saying discussions were still ongoing...

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) released an official statement saying the tour would not go ahead following recent militant violence that has revived fears after a deadly attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009...

  • Zimbabwe to continue Pakistan tour despite 'suicide bomb'

    LAHORE: Zimbabwe said on Saturday it will continue its cricket tour of Pakistan despite an apparent suicide bombing leaving two people dead outside the stadium during a match between the two sides...

    Friday's explosion — which the information minister said was a suicide attack, though police insist it was an accident —threatened to torpedo cricket-mad Pakistan's first series on home soil since an attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in...

  • Zimbabwe officially confirms its tour to Pakistan, says PCB

    LAHORE: Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has officially confirmed it will be sending its team to Pakistan as per schedule next week, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman said on Friday...

    Agha Akbar, a PCB spokesman, said that ZC has confirmed the tour “in writing” to the PCB late on Friday and the tourists will arrive in Lahore early next Tuesday for two Twenty20s and three ODIs...

  • Zimbabwe tour has given a ray of hope to Pakistan: Sarfraz

    ISLAMABAD: Former Test fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz said on Friday that Zimbabwe cricket team’s tour to Pakistan has come as a big ray of hope for cricket lovers in the region and it will be a huge step towards the revival of international cricket at home...

    Talking to APP, Sarfraz said Zimbabwe’s tour to Pakistan will prove a huge success as the entire nation is waiting for the African team to arrive...

  • ‘Zimbabwe to tour Pakistan as scheduled’

    HARARE: Zimbabwe’s tour of Pakistan will proceed as scheduled, a leading newspaper in the African country revealed on Friday...

    The paper quoted a source saying: “word from Pakistan is that all mountains will be moved to ensure that the Zimbabwe team is safe...

  • Zimbabwe cricket team will tour Pakistan in May: PCB chairman

    LAHORE: Zimbabwe will tour Pakistan to play a limited over series next month, becoming the first Test team to visit the country in six years, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan said on Monday...

    “Zimbabwe will visit Pakistan from mid-May for a one-week tour,” Shaharyar told reporters, without announcing the venues...

  • Zimbabwe security delegation clears Pakistan tour

    LAHORE: Zimbabwe will be the first Test-playing nation to tour Pakistan since the 2009 terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore...

    Alistair Campbell — Zimbabwe Cricket's (ZC) managing director — headed a security delegation to Pakistan to assess the security situation in Lahore on Wednesday and expressed satisfaction over the arrangements in place by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)...

  • Zimbabwe’s tour to Pakistan confirmed

    LAHORE: Pakistan is all set to host top-level international cricket for the first time in six years when Zimbabwe start their tour to the country on May 19 to play three One-day Internationals and two Twenty20s in Lahore...

    Zimbabwe with this tour will become the first ICC full member team to visit Pakistan since the March 2009 terror attack on Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore...

  • Chigumbura to lead Zimbabwe on Pakistan tour

    KARACHI: All-rounder Elton Chigumbura has been retained as Zimbabwe skipper in a 15-member squad named for the Pakistan tour that includes for three One-day Internationals and two T20 Internationals in Lahore...

    Zimbabwe are the first Test-playing nation to tour Pakistan after terrorist attacks on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore in March 2009...

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