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International cricket is poised to return to Pakistan after Bangladesh agreed to play two matches at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium on 29 and 30 April. No full-member international side has toured Pakistan since an attack on a Sri Lanka team bus in March
Taking over as India's bowling coach after the disastrous tour of Australia, Joe Dawes had his task cut out...His predecessor, South African Eric Simons, drew flak for India's toothless bowling Down Under and, before that, in England. Asia Cup. "
It will remain forever like that of Don Bradman`s average..." "It`s a great achievement...He is the best the game has ever offered to the cricket lovers. We all should enjoy the incredible achievement he did in Dhaka," the Knight Riders bowling coach,
Shakib Al Hasan , the Bangladesh allrounder, is intent on getting a bit of rest from competitive cricket after the upcoming IPL, as he has not taken any substantial time off the game for more than two years...I haven't stopped [playing] for the last
The Opening Ceremony of the Indian Premier League is scheduled for April 4, but for all the Indian stars the one-off Twenty20 international against South Africa at the famous Bull Ring will act as a dress rehearsal for the high octane T20 league. The
Bangladesh Saturday said it would appeal to the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) to review the last over, accusing Pakistani paceman Aizaz Cheema of deliberately blocking batsman Mahmudullah Riyad from taking a second run. Pakistan beat Bangladesh in a
Does anybody really care about the Asia Cup? Well, India cared, and sent in their best available and fit players...Sri Lanka never grumbled despite spending months on the road and Bangladesh were pledge-bound to offer a contest.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said Saturday his team has shaken off the tag of being unpredictable after winning the Asia Cup. Over the past 18 months, Pakistan has lost just one limited-overs series _ a 4-0 whitewash by England in the United Arab
Fans all around the globe have patronised the Little Centurion' in different ways. And city's Mayur Jain has found his own master stroke to salute the master blaster Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar's rare feat of 100 tons. The book merchant from Raviwar Peth
Lee feels Dravid, who recently retired from international cricket, is an excellent player and he would be missed by his fans across the world. "The last week has been huge for Indian cricket with two important events, Rahul Dravid retiring from