We are lagging in these departments, Azam honestly admits Pakistan not good enough in three areas

Babar Azam said Pakistan are not good enough in three particular areas and must make significant improvements

Babar Azam: “We need to improve our fielding and catching. We need to work on our batting partnerships which didn’t happen today, especially in the top order which is what we needed”

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Pakistan limited overs captain Babar Azam has admitted that Pakistan are lagging behind in three particular areas.

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Pakistan batting coach Younis Khan reveals what role Azhar and Shafiq will play against England

Younis Khan revealed what role Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq will play during the Test series against England Pakistan cricket

Younis Khan: “They can make solid partnerships, helping the side score some big totals, which are essential for the national team to brighten its chances of winning the Test matches”

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With the Test series against England starting next week, Pakistan batting coach Younis Khan has revealed that Test captain Azhar Ali and veteran batsman Asad Shafiq will play “the same role which Misbah and I used to play for Pakistan during our playing days”.

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How has the corruption scandal affected Islamabad United?

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“Wasim and I were almost in tears”

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The news of Islamabad United duo Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif being provisionally suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has swept through the cricket community like wildfire. But, just how much of a toll has is taken on the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise? Continue reading

Australia vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 4: Smith, Voges keep Australia steady after Taylor’s 290

Smith celebrates after scoring his 12th Test century

Smith celebrates after scoring his 12th Test century

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After New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor scored a career-best 290, Australia captain Steven Smith struck an unbeaten 131 and Adam Voges made 101 not out to put the Baggy Greens in a solid position at the end of the fourth day of the second Test in Perth.

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