Pakistan

7:26 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Nasir Jamshed, the banned Pakistan batsman, is set to face trial in the UK after being accused of bribing cricketers in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Jamshed and two UK nationals, Yousef Anwar and Mohammed Ijaz, were arrested in February 2017 as part of an investigation into alleged spot-fixing by
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  shares Shane Watson holds his shape after punching the ball © PSL Quetta Gladiators 161 for 3 (Watson 81*, U Akmal 44) beat Islamabad United 157 for 8 (Parnell 41, Tanvir 4-21, Fawad 3-15) by seven wickets How the game played out Career-best PSL figures from Sohail Tanvir, coupled with the type of destructive
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12:44 PM ET Mohammad Hafeez is set to undergo surgery for a hand injury, sustained while attempting a return catch in Lahore Qalandars’ match against Karachi Kings on Saturday. This puts his participation in the remaining PSL season in jeopardy, besides casting a doubt on his World Cup availability for Pakistan. A visibly hurt Hafeez
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  shares © PCB/PSL Peshawar Zalmi 81 for 3 (Amin 61*) beat Lahore Qalandars 78 (Hasan Ali 4-15, Wahab 3-17) by seven wickets How the game played out Hasan Ali ripped through Lahore Qalandars’ much-vaunted top order, while fellow quick Wahab Riaz tore through the tail to dismiss the PSL’s most beleaguered franchise for 78,
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3:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Pakistan women 240 (Ameen 96, Dar 81, Selman 2-33) beat West Indies women 206 (McLean 82, Taylor 48, Baig 4-34, Mir 3-21) by 34 runs Brisk half-centuries from Sidra Ameen and Nida Dar, and stifling bowling shows from Diana Baig, Sana Mir and Nashra Sandhu helped Pakistan women level the
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6:14 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff After weeks of build-up, the PSL’s most successful franchise Islamabad United named 37-year old Mohammad Sami as captain for the fourth edition of the tournament. The defending champions and the winners of two of the three tournaments held thus far had earlier appointed 20-year old Shadab Khan as vice captain.
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3:00 AM ET Big Picture Pakistan came into this series with an intimidating, record-breaking T20 pedigree – 11 consecutive successful chases, 11 series wins on the bounce. But that wasn’t enough to overcome South Africa’s dashing at the top of the order and dogged commitment (and variations) with the ball in the first match at
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11:48 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Mir Hamza, the Pakistan left-arm seamer, has signed to play for Sussex during the 2019 season. Hamza, who made his Test debut last year, will be available for eight Specsavers Championship matches between May and July. An experienced first-class bowler who averages 18.34 with the red ball, Hamza’s spell will
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