After a brilliant bowling effort by Islamabad United all-rounder Faheem Ashraf, who took three Quetta Gladiators wickets for a measly 11 runs off his 4 overs, it was the turn of the top order of United to give them a solid start which paved the way
India look to spin out England in the fourth Test on a similar pitch to the one that hosted last week’s two-day match, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said on Tuesday. The hosts demolished England in one of the shortest Tests in history to lead the four-match
Paceman Blessing Muzarabani took four wickets while skipper Sean Williams hit an unbeaten half-century to help Zimbabwe take lead on the opening day of the first Test against Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
The Pakistan Cricket Board also said that the decision to reschedule Monday’s game was made with an aim to allow players "sufficient time to relax, refocus and regroup following the testing and in the best interest of the competition.”
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi while thanking his fans on Monday for their birthday wishes, said in his tweet that he is turning 44 this year, despite saying earlier in his autobiography that he was born in 1975.
While there is still speculation over the kind of wicket that will be dished out for the fourth and final Test between India and England at the Narendra Modi Stadium here, the visitors are preparing for the worst, expecting the ball to turn from ball one.
Late onslaught from David Wiese and half-centuries from Fakhar Zaman and Ben Dunk guided last year’s runners-up Lahore Qalandars to an emphatic six-wicket win over defending champions Karachi Kings in the 11th fixture of the HBL PSL 6
The UAE international Waheed Ahmed smashed a blitzkrieg 225 and Shoib Laghari scored 173, as Phoenix Medicine defeated Noble Future Land by 466 runs in their Bukhatir League match at Al Dhaid ground.