Pakistan's upcoming tour of England difficult to predict due to unprecedented circumstances, says Rashid Latif
The first of the three England-Pakistan Tests begins on 30 July at Lord's while the three-match T20 International series begins at Headingley on 29 August.
Pakistan Cricket Board attempts to distance itself from Danish Kaneria's allegations of discrimination, calls on former players to respond
Akhtar sparked a furore when he said that Kaneria was humiliated by some players because he was a Hindu, was not given due credit and some even refused to eat food with him because of his faith
Four-nation tournament will isolate other cricketing nations, says former Pakistan player Rashid Latif
The former wicket-keeper saw it as an attempt by the formidable trio of India, Australia and England to isolate other member nations.
PCB says Sarfaraz Ahmed will remain in top central contract category, contrary to rumours of relegation
Babar Azam, Pakistan's new T20 captain, and leg-spinner, Yasir Shah are the two other players alongside Sarfaraz Ahmed in category A of the contracts.
Pakistan Cricket Board to announce new team management next week, Misbah-ul-Haq likely to be head coach
Mohsin Khan is expected to be named as the chief selector or team manager while Waqar Younis is the favourite for the position of the bowling coach
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: 'They don't want Pakistan in the semi-finals', former Pakistan cricketers react to India's loss to England
Former Test players Sikander Bakht and Basit Ali did not mince words in saying that they have always believed that India would try to keep Pakistan out of the semi-finals
South Africa vs Pakistan: Quinton de Kock's ton puts Proteas in command as visitors need 228 more to win with seven wickets in hand
Set to make a daunting 381 to win, Pakistan were 153 for three at the close, needing another 228 runs.
The moot question is: does Ambati Rayudu acknowledge his short fuse and the need to express his passion in a more socially acceptable manner?
Afghanistan and Ireland will know the fate of their bid to become Test playing nations on Thursday after an ICC meeting on Thursday in London.
Rubbishing reports that he sent a two-line resume to apply for the post of India coach, former cricketer Virender Sehwag said that if he had to send such a short application, his name would have been "enough."
History will tell you that sheer determination and grit can make you world beaters and whenever it does so, it will give Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan's examples.
Pakistan batsman Younis Khan to retire from international cricket after Test series against West Indies
Long-serving Pakistan batsman and former captain Younis Khan on Saturday announced that he will retire from international cricket after the upcoming three-Test series in the West Indies.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has dropped its plans to hold a 'Round Table Conference' with former players to discuss ways to take Pakistan cricket forward.
Javed Miandad has blamed foreign coaches employed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for bringing the national team on the brink of disaster.
Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has criticised Pakistan's dismal performance in the second Test against England, saying that the team's batting got completely exposed.
Two former Pakistan captains have advised the new head coach Mickey Arthur to get rid of 'selfish' players in the team and avoid too many statements in the media.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has widened its hunt for a new chief selector by including Inzamam-ul-Haq in the list of contenders after the former captain expressed his interest in the job.
Their campaign was over after being beaten and bruised in the World T20, members of the Pakistan cricket team returned back home via Dubai on Saturday night with anger growing over their disappointment performances in the mega-event
Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif today suggested head coach Waqar Younis to step down in the wake of national team's humiliating 0-3 drubbing in the ODI series against Bangladesh.
Banned pace bowler Mohammad Aamir has found some support in his comeback to cricket announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC).