The Pakistan Cricket Board has extended Ahmed Shehzad’s ongoing ban by six weeks after the batsman was found guilty of breaching the ruling on his four-month suspension. His original ban was supposed to end on November 10, but will now run until December 22, forcing him to miss the entire season of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
The England and Wales Cricket Board announced the appointment of Ian Lovett as its new President. The former Middlesex Chairman and ECB Deputy Chairman will act as an ambassador for ECB towards the organisation’s goal to make cricket a sport for people from all walks of life.
Ravindra Jadeja starred in India's nine-wicket series clinching win over West Indies after the tourists were skittled out for just 104 in the fifth one-day international.
Melbourne Renegades have re-signed Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi ahead of the eighth edition of the Big Bash League. In his last stint with the Renegades, Nabi played 7 matches, took 8 wickets and scored 88 runs.
Former Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq will not participate in the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League as a player, franchise owner Ali Naqvi has confirmed.
Mohammad Ashraful, the 34-year-old top order Bangladesh batsman, will be seen back in action in the upcoming season of Bangladesh Premier League. He was drafted in by Chittagong Vikings.
Ashraful was found guilty for being involved in match and spot fixing in BBL 2013. His five-year ban officially came to an end on August 13 this year.
Cricket Australia chairman David Peever has called it a day after coming under intense pressure over a ball-tampering scandal which has triggered an exodus of senior figures and long bans for three players.
Former Pakistan captain Azhar Ali has announced his retirement from ODI cricket with immediate effect. He played 53 ODIs, scored 1845 runs and also had 3 centuries to his name.
Pakistan have opted for Imad Wasim and Mohammad Hafeez in the 15-member squad for the three-match ODI series against New Zealand which is all set to start from Wednesday (November 7) in Abu Dhabi.
Both all-rounders were the only players from Pakistan's preliminary squad that failed to make it to the Asia Cup.
Pakistan lived up to their billing as the world's No. 1 Twenty20 team with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand in the second T20I in Dubai on Friday to clinch the three-match series 2-0.
Mohammad Hafeez (34) and Shoaib Malik (10) added 34 quickfire runs to help Pakistan overhaul the 154-run target in 19.4 overs at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Pakistan have now successfully won 11 consecutive T20I series and this was also their eighth successive T20I victory.