Mohammad Abbas has England's top-order in his sights. As the Pakistan seamer prepares for Leicestershire's first County Championship match, against Sussex, the 28-year-old tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) how he hopes to forge a successful new-ball partnership in Test cricket with Mohammad Amir this summer.
He bowled Chris Gayle first ball on his way to becoming the joint-highest wicket-taker in the recent World Cup qualifying tournament. Now Safyaan Sharif tells Saj Sadiq about his dream of playing first-team county cricket and why Scottish cricket is on the up and up…
Tamim Iqbal, Bangladesh's highest run-scorer in international cricket, spoke about his experiences with Peshawar Zalmi and his impressions of the Pakistan Super League.
The son of the legendary Abdul Qadir spoke about his frustration with the system of selection in Pakistan and discussed his plans to obtain Australian citizenship.
Legendary Pakistan batsman discussed Pakistan's performances on the tour of New Zealand, dissected Pakistan Under-19s' efforts at the World Cup and spoke about Sarfaraz Ahmed's captaincy.
Evin Lewis spoke about his meteoric rise in the Twenty20 format and whether there is pressure upon him to be considered as Chris Gayle’s successor.
The aggressive opening batsman spoke about his impressive displays in the National T20 Cup and expressed his desire to play more matches for Pakistan in future.
The fast-bowler spoke about the injury he suffered in late 2016 and talked about his current progress and hopes of making an international comeback.
Pakistan off-spinner spoke about his drugs ban as well as his determination to do well for NBP in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, and play in the 2018 edition of the PSL.
The news of Pakistan’s loss to Sri Lanka in the first Test match of the ongoing series being played in in the UAE shocked many a Pakistan supporter. The manner of the capitulation of the Pakistan batsmen seems to indicate a real issue with the ability to handle pressure situations due to the absence of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan. However, what it also brought to light was the importance of good spin options in any Test team, as was ably demonstrated by Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi.
A World Cup winner and a veteran of 52 Tests where he took 185 wickets, Mushtaq Ahmed holds the position of the Head Coach at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore where finding the right kind of specialist spinner for Pakistan to partner Yasir Shah is one of his prime goals, as he explained in an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net.