The pair with differing cases of merit must see ample game time against the West Indies.
For the past decade or so, Pakistan had played international cricket with a major handicap. That disability is no more.
There is enough evidence to suggest that Pakistani cricketers in recent past have aged like the proverbial fine wine.
A virus, a pandemic and a lockdown later, we stand on the cusp of seeing our Babars and our Shaheens play competitive cricket.
Over the past year, the YouTube boom has seen many prominent former cricketers set up their personal channels.
Malik, for his service and disservice to the game, was amply paid and has paid amply.
Despite whom he is related to and how he looks, Azam Khan has got game.
The organisers, the players, and everyone else has done their job. Now the fans must too.
Here's the quintet of out-of-favour stars who have the best shot at resurrecting their national careers through PSL.
Every year, a select few use the Twenty20 carnival to become household names across Pakistan.
Pakistan’s talent, despite all of PCB’s efforts, remains vulnerable to threats — both from inside and outside.
Fawad is too unconventional a player for Misbah and his band of purists to take a risk on.
If Misbah doesn’t roll back on his newfound tearaway side, alarms will soon go off.
This has been an absolute nightmare of a year for the world’s top-ranked side in the format, with just one win all year.
Sri Lanka came, they stayed, they left and nothing untoward happened. It’s clichéd to say this, but cricket did win.
The two sportsmen who had the makings of superstars have now reduced themselves to laughing stocks.
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by five wickets in the final ODI and claimed the series 2-0.
On this land, cricket is considered worth making your life a living hell.
When or where there is a legspinner, there is a Qadir mention.
He may be tuk-tuk, but tuk-tuk is exactly the need of the hour. And there is no better man for that than Misbah.