A profile of Pishin-born wicket-keeper batsman, Haseebullah Khan, who has performed well at the regional Under-19 level and has aspirations to represent Quetta Gladiators in the future and play Tests for Pakistan.
In his latest hard-hitting blog for PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed explains why Pakistan, despite their protestations due to cancellations of tours by New Zealand and England, will find no sympathy for their cause amongst the cricketing world and even dominating world cricket will not bring any relief due to the climate of fear and prejudice which exists at the moment.
A profile of Kashif Ali who has represented Essex and Kent 2nd XIs and recently rose to fame after some excellent performances that lead to him being named in the Dream Team for the inaugural edition of the Kashmir Premier League.
A profile of Mirpur-based Zaman Khan who impressed with his excellent fast-bowling in the recently concluded first edition of the Kashmir Premier League (KPL).
A profile of the Karachi-born off-spinner who lead Pakistan Under-16s at the start of his career and recently impressed with figures of 4/28 in Quetta Gladiators final game of PSL 6.
In his preview of the 2-match Test series between the West Indies and Pakistan, Mansoor Khan writes about strengths and weaknesses of both sides and how the nature of pitches and vagaries of nature could well decide the fate of this contest.
In his exclusive preview of the upcoming 4-match T20I series between West Indies and Pakistan, Fazeer Mohammed writes about how the visitors are likely to come across a tough home side and why Pakistan’s spinners could hold the key in some closely contested battles.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net the bowling coach for Multan Sultans, Azhar Mahmood, writes about how an initially struggling side were able to turn things around to win PSL 6, the bright future that awaits Shahnawaz Dahani, why he feels Andy Flower would be an ideal coach for Pakistan, the value of impact players like Sohaib Maqsood and Asif Ali, Imran Tahir's importance to any team in the world and looks forward to his coaching assignment in The Hundred.
Pakistan Super Leagues ability to inspire and entertain in equal measure has been it's forte since it's inception in 2016 - The 2021 season, in that sense did no different writes Shehryar Nayyer