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Sarfaraz Ahmed to be replaced as Pakistan Test captain: Report

Sarfaraz Ahmad has led Pakistan in 13 Tests, winning four matches and losing eight. Shan Masood has been tipped to be the next Test captain for Pakistan.

When umpires stopped Pakistan, England players from roughing up the ball

Although neither innings witnessed any noticeable reverse swing, England batsman Jos Buttler did inspect the ball after being dismissed for 103.

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World Cup 2019: 'The other Pakistan have arrived'

After setting a target of 349, Pakistan beat England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham by 14 runs on Monday, thanks to a man of the match-worthy 84-run Mohammad Hafeez knock.

Michael Vaughan takes a subtle dig at England's sloppy fielding against Pakistan

In a recent episode of talk show, What the duck, Vaughan accepted that he was not a good fielder and often try to hide himself in the field.

Watch: Chris Woakes enters 'catch of the tournament' race with spectacular diving efforts

Chris Woakes took four catches against Pakistan in England's second clash of World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge and some of them were spectacular.

Pakistan cannot beat us in World Cup 2019, says Suresh Raina

Suresh Raina believes that the record of six consecutive wins in as many meetings will remain unblemished when they meet Pakistan in the World Cup on June 16 at the Old Trafford in Manchester.

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We have to back ourselves and not think much about today's loss, says Sarfraz Ahmed

Pakistan were handed a seven-wicket thrashing by the West Indies after being bowled out for 105 in a dismal display of batting. It was Pakistan's 11th ODI loss in a row.

Mohammad Amir only positive in Pakistan's nightmarish start to World Cup 2019

There were clouds over his fitness before the match but he ended up producing his best bowling performances in ODIs since ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final. 

Muhammad Rizwan, Abid Ali told to stay put as Pakistan's World Cup back-up players

The PCB has made arrangements to keep both the batsmen, Muhammad Rizwana and Abid Ali in England for the duration of the World Cup.

PCB to part ways with Mickey Arthur and Inzamam-ul-Haq after World Cup

At the end of the World Cup, Pakistan Cricket Board will be out on the hunt for both a head coach and chief selector as they have decided to not renew the contracts of Mickey Arthur and Inzamam-ul-Haq.

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