Ramiz Raja reportedly threatens PCB boycott of 2023 ODI World Cup if India fail to tour Pakistan for Asia Cup
BCCI secretary and Asian cricket chief Jay Shah had earlier said that the Indian team would not be touring Pakistan for the Asia Cup next year, and that it would be held in a neutral venue.
Pakistan vs England 2022: First Test to go ahead as scheduled from December 1 in Rawalpindi, say sources
The decision to hold the Test at Rawalpindi Stadium came after PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and the British High Commissioner in Pakistan met main opposition party chairman Imran Khan.
After some of the England Test players made it clear that they were concerned after the assassination attempt on Imran Khan, sources said the PCB is considering moving the first Test.
A source close to Kamran confirmed that he got a notice from the legal department of the board, served on behalf of chairman Ramiz Raja.
Initially, the PCB had decided not to issue NOCs to its players for the inaugural Emirates Cricket League and SA League due to international and domestic commitments.
Kamran Akmal said the medical team, captain and coach should be held responsible for Fakhar Zaman's injury.
Pakistan Cricket Board has been at loggerheads with BCCI after Jay Shah said Asia Cup will be hosted at a neutral venue next year as India won't travel to Pakistan, who is the host of the edition.
Kaneria also predicted that after India, Afghanistan could also refuse to visit Pakistan to participate in the 2023 Asia Cup.
India’s travel to Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023 will be decided by Home Ministry but chances aren’t much: Anurag Thakur
BCCI secretary Jay Shah, who is also the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chief, had on Tuesday said that Indian team will not travel to Pakistan for the continental event and they would like to compete in the tournament at a neutral venue
'Pakistan cricket can collapse without India': Ramiz Raja’s old video goes viral amid tussle between PCB and BCCI
If one goes by Ramiz Raja’s statement then it is pretty obvious that PCB is in no position to pull out of major ICC tournaments like the ODI World.
Asia Cup rescheduling could 'impact Pakistan's involvement' in 2023 ODI World Cup in India, says PCB
The matter to move 2023 Asia Cup to a neutral venue was taken up at BCCI's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The Women's PSL will have 12 matches with 18 players, including six international players, in each team, announced PCB chief Ramiz Raja.
Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim hits back at critics citing wins against 'billion-dollar team' India for defence
Wasim said Pakistan's victories over India in the T20 World Cup last year as well as in the Super 4 clash of the Asia Cup was a sign of their improvement as a unit.
Pakistan will take on England in the seven-match T20I series that is scheduled to begin on September 20 at the National Stadium Karachi.
The PCB said Shaheen Afridi is expected to regain complete fitness before the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
The PCB announced 33 central contracts this season, splitting between white and red-ball players for the first time 2022-23.
A PCB source said that chairman Ramiz Raja had spoken to top SLC officials and assured them that Pakistan will push for the Asia Cup to remain in Sri Lanka as scheduled from 27 August to 11 September.
It is the first time that the PCB has introduced separate central contracts in both test and shorter formats of the game
PCB wanted to hold the matches at more venues, including smaller international ones like Faisalabad, and Multan but has now dropped the plan.
The charge came to PCB's notice last week and is related to a claim of sexual harassment and is the subject of an ongoing police investigation.