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Amir to get his first Grade 1 match on Tuesday

Amir to get his first Grade 1 match on Tuesday

Good news for Muhammad Amir and his fans as the left arm fast bowler will play his first Grade 1 match on Tuesday in the current T20 championship being played in Pakistan. Amir will represent Rawalpindi division. Muhammad Amir who was facing a five year Ban from all domains of cricket posted by the ICC. Amir was found guilty in […]

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Guinness world record entitlement for Misbah

Guinness world record entitlement for Misbah

First the Telegraph and now Guinness Book of world records, Misbah is hailed and praised these days. The Telegraph ranked hum as the best test batsman in current league of international cricketing captains and Guinness Book gave him a place for his world record. Misbah in that innings equaled the record for hitting the fastest test century in the history […]

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PCB seeks written answer for December series

PCB seeks written answer for December series

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now officially written a letter to the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) secretory Anurag Thakur and seeks an official response for the India Pakistan bilateral series in December. In this letter the PCB has asked their counterparts in India that they should keep sports and politics aside and let’s continue with the series. […]

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Arshad Khan ex-cricketer is a taxi driver now

How you all would imagine the life of a retired international cricketer, many will think of a big house, big car and a luxurious life style. A business of his own and having his family living together with him. Well this is not the case for all. Remember Arshad Khan, the off spinner from Peshawar, Pakistan, he lives in Sydney […]

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Silverware for the Red Jerseys

Since 1999 Lancashire were unable to win a limited over title to their names though appearing in many of the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals of multiple limited over cricketing contests in England. They were facing a long drought which ended this year. There was a reason why Richard thought aristocrats developed weak chins and for Lancashire there was a reason […]

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Eoin Morgan feels break has done the trick

It is almost a month now that the English captain for the limited over cricket hasn’t touched his bat and it was his own choice made after he thought to take a rest before the international games against the touring Australians. Morgan has never let anything hide under the skin and always has been opened about his thoughts of English […]

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Fortunes swinging widely for India and Srilanka

The rain might have hit a significant amount of time in the third and final test of the series between India and Srilanka but huge fall of 15 wickets from both teams have made the fortunes swinging widely for the remaining few days. India who batted first played didn’t had the good start after a few wickets fell quickly but […]

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Silver lining for US cricket

Since the suspension of the United States of America cricket association (USACA) from the annual ICC conference in June it appeared that as if the future of cricket in US will get darker and the performances made at a low level would remained unnoticed. These thought were drained out yesterday from the minds of all the cricket loving Americans when […]

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A sandwiched T20 match between arch rivals

No one knows what exactly came into the minds of the two boards when they approved a T20 games after the Ashes test matches and five match ODI series between Australia and England. There is always a tendency to add more to the number but this time not for Australia and England. England have played only one T20 game in […]

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From fame to fuss, Michael Clark story

Apart from a vast majority of cricket fans in Australia, there are many people in a huge number who think Michael Clark deserved a better ending to his test career. He lost the Ashes and with it his captaincy and retired out from the game. Michael Clark should be named as one of the Australian’s greatest is the headline of […]

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