PCB has outrightly rejected the suggestion from ICC President Zaheer Abbas to go and play its home series in India in December
Former Pakistan Test captain Zaheer Abbas believes that the main reason for the country's down-slide in international cricket is the refusal of teams to tour the nation because of security concerns.
Nominated as Pakistan's candidate for the post of ICC President, former Test captain Zaheer Abbas says he will strive to get more international teams to play in his country
Batting great Zaheer Abbas feels that considering India's recent dismal show in Australia, Pakistan has a golden chance this time to break the jinx of not beating the defending champions in a World Cup match.
Trouble seems to be brewing in the Pakistan cricket team in the ongoing World T20 with speculation rife of differences between Hafeez and the team management.
"There will be something at the back of their minds that they lost these series but it will not be a factor to rule them out of the Asia Cup," he said.
Ashraf whose election as PCB head in May was declared null and void by the Islamabad High Court sought to pass the responsibility of Whatmore's appointment onto the coaching committee of the Board.
Former captain Zaheer Abbas feels restoration of bilateral cricket ties with India would prove to be beneficial for Pakistan as presently India is in a stronger position in world cricket.
Pakistan were beaten by seven wickets in the first ODI after having won the Twenty20 series comfortably 2-0.