The stars align. The crowd goes up. The prayers have been answered. Pakistan has triumphed. Pakistan has conquered. Pakistan has done the unthinkable. Pakistan has done the unfathomable. The venue was Lord's. Remember the name.
The stars go wayward. The crowd groans in disbelief. The prayers have been ignored. Pakistan has been conquered. Pakistan did the unthinkable again. Pakistan defied expectations, although not in the way they would like. The venue was Headingley. Best to forget the name.
Many thanks to an esteemed member of our forums for this excellent write-up previewing the upcoming two-match Test series between England and Pakistan.
The Pakistan Super League is always a great time for fans to wear their scouting hats on and assess as to which players outshine others when it comes to innate ability and consistency. We have seen some outstanding players emerge from the PSL in the past and this year promises to be no different. Whilst one sincerely hopes that the members of the Pakistan selection committee will all be keenly watching to see how the next generation of Pakistani cricketers perform on such a big platform, here are some of the players that I think will have a good season in the upcoming PSL.
In the aftermath of a debatable decision to give Fakhar Zaman out caught in the New Zealand vs Pakistan T20I series, a valued member of our forums takes a look at the shortcomings in the rules of cricket.
One of the revered posters at our forums reviews the 2017/18 season of the premier first-class cricket tournament in Pakistan, the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
The hosts will take part in the 50-over format for the first-time since their victorious Champions Trophy campaign as the visitors look to stage turnaround after embarrassing recent home losses to Zimbabwe and India.
Ahead of the upcoming Pakistan domestic cricket season, one of our very well-respected posters gives a detailed list of measures the PCB can take to make Pakistan amongst the top sides in international cricket once again by uplifting the standards of domestic cricket.
After yet another whitewash at the hands of Australia Down Under, an esteemed poster at our forums takes a look at where it all went wrong for the visitors.
One of the revered posters at our forums previews what has traditionally been the toughest tour for a Pakistan side - a Test series in Australia.
In the aftermath of one of the worst series overall for Pakistan in recent times, a valued member of our forums takes an in-depth look at what exactly went wrong for the tourists at a venue where they have generally performed well in the past.