Yasir Shah spoke to Saj (for Sky Sports) about his return to Pakistan's Test side after a year, his hopes for next year's World Cup and the drawn Test between Pakistan and Australia in Dubai.
A profile of the talented fast-bowler Naseem Shah, who has been making waves with his impressive pace-bowling for Pakistan at the Under-19 level.
The ICC’s Dispute Resolution Committee recently held a 3-day hearing in Dubai in connection with the BCCI-PCB MoU case where the PCB is asking for compensation from the BCCI for the violation of the terms of the agreement between both sides. BCCI for their part have denied that any such formal agreement existed and have also indicated that they were powerless to honour any commitment for bilateral series due to the absence of Government permission.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood explains the reasons for his side’s dismal display in the recently concluded Asia Cup tournament, his high hopes for a bright future for Shaheen Shah Afridi, explains why he thinks an international break will help Mohammad Amir and looks forward to a tough and competitive Test series against Australia.
In his latest exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Aamir Sohail writes about his impressions of Pakistan’s disappointing Asia Cup campaign, explains why Pakistan must move away from selecting bits-and-pieces players, why Sarfaraz Ahmed should continue as captain and the strange thinking which lead to the inclusion of Mohammad Hafeez in the Pakistan Test squad to face Australia.
Out of sorts in ODI cricket and axed from Pakistan's Test squad, Mohammad Amir's career has started to dwindle. Saj Sadiq, while writing for Sky Sports, looks at the possible reasons why and if he can rediscover his form…
In his latest article for FirstPost, Saj discusses Pakistan's shocking exit from the Asia Cup and also how the tournament has left the team with more questions than answers.
In his latest article for FirstPost, Saj feels that even if Pakistan qualify for the final, to expect a repeat of The Oval heroics given the current form of most Pakistan players will require a lot of good fortune and a dramatic change of mindset.
In his article for FirstPost, Saj explains why Pakistan will be breathing a huge sigh of relief after a tense victory, and how Afghanistan enthralled the watching world and enhanced their growing reputation.