A respected member of our forums looks at Pakistan's 2019 World Cup squad ahead of the team's departure to England.
Ben Duckett who played four Tests in the subcontinent in 2016 and swapped Northamptonshire for Nottinghamshire over the winter tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) that the move was designed to help him regain his England place, as well as to learn from established international players. He also discusses wicketkeeping, The Hundred and whether Notts can mount a title challenge in the Specsavers County Championship.
A member of PakPassion looks at the different T20 cricket leagues that have developed over the past few years and the effect they have had on cricket as a whole.
In an interview with Saj for Sky Sports, the Pakistan batsman spoke about his 2019 stint with Somerset, Pakistan's domestic cricket woes, favourites for the 2019 World Cup and discussed the future of Test cricket.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Yasir Arafat writes about the failure of the Pakistan think-tank's strategy of resting key players for the ODI series against Australia and suggests his 15-member squad for the upcoming World Cup.
Rotation is one of the many commonly used cricketing terms. But what is it exactly? A member of PakPassion breaks it down.
Alex Hales tells Saj (for Sky Sports) that England are rightly favourites for the World Cup - but that they must perform under pressure to win it. The batsman also discusses his experience in the Pakistan Super League and whether he could return to red-ball cricket in the future.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail writes about his impressions of the recently concluded fourth edition of the PSL, the improvements needed to make the tournament more beneficial for Pakistan cricket, what Mohammad Hasnain has to do to improve as a bowler and the measures that need to be taken to hold the tournament in its entirety in Pakistan in 2020.
7 Days of exhilirating cricket, as experienced by a passionate fan are encapsulated in this write-up of the recently concluded 2019 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
After 32 days of action-packed cricket, the PSL ended in the City of Lights with the Quetta Gladiators triumphing over the Peshawar Zalmi. Despite Islamabad United’s two PSL titles, the Gladiators have been the most consistent team in the short history of the PSL. As we recap the PSL 4 it is a great time to recognize the reasons behind their success, while more prominent franchises continue to underachieve.
Pakistan seamer spoke about the experience of winning the PSL title with Quetta Gladiators, Mohammad Hasnain's rise and Pakistan's chances at the upcoming World Cup.