Do you think Australia will tour Pakistan as planned in March/April 2022?
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"We are hoping that the PCB will like and appreciate our plan for the Sixth Team" : Ali Khan Tareen

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"The advent of Twenty20 tournaments is having a huge and detrimental effect on the quality of our batsmen" : Mudassar Nazar

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"Mohammad Amir knows what he needs to do to get back into international cricket" : Mickey Arthur

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"Ajaz Patel will be the one to watch for Pakistan" : Anton Devcich

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"I have always felt that every game for Pakistan was my last" : Sami Aslam

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"There were never any doubts about my fitness" : Sohail Khan

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"Virat Kohli reminds me a lot of Viv Richards" : Michael Holding

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"There was no point hanging around as it would have hurt and destroyed the PCB" : Najam Sethi

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"I have high hopes of making a comeback to the Pakistan team" : Aamer Yamin

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"Pakistan are the favourites for the 2019 World Cup" : Mohammad Yousuf

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"I would love to play 100 Tests for Pakistan" : Azhar Ali

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"What I see in Imam-ul-Haq is the potential to become a better player" : Inzamam-ul-Haq

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"I feel I am ready for international cricket" : Sahibzada Farhan

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"I want to leave a legacy for Pakistan cricket" : Mickey Arthur

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"Can't expect an 18-year-old to be out of the game for 5 years, come back and be the same bowler" : Waqar Younis

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"We are very delighted with Mickey Arthur’s performance" : Najam Sethi

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"Pakistan is a young team, with lots to learn, but with a bright future" : David Lloyd

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"We have now entered a new chapter of Irish cricket" : Kevin O'Brien

Regarded as one of Ireland cricket's most trusted servants, 34-year-old Kevin O'Brien has represented his country in 185 international games, where he has scored 3986 runs. He recently had the honour to become the first Irish player to score a Test century which he completed under difficult circumstances in the historic one-off Test against Pakistan. Read More

"No point being bitter about my non-selection" : Fawad Alam

Regarded widely as a more than able replacement for either of the retired duo of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan, 32-year-old Fawad Alam has been unable to make a comeback in the Pakistan Test team since November 2009. With a highest score of 168 which he scored on his Test debut against Sri Lanka and with a current First-Class average of ... Read More