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Speaking exclusively to PakPassion.net, Pakistan all rounder Shahid Afridi reaffirmed his commitment to Pakistan in all 3 versions of the game."If the selectors and management felt that they needed me for the upcoming third test in Hobart, then I am definitely available" stated Afridi.

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The Quaid e Azam Trophy first batch of matche concluded with some fine individual performances and wins for PIA, Abbottabad, NBP and Karachi Blues.

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The Quaid e Azam Trophy first batch of matche concluded with some fine individual performances and wins for PIA, Abbottabad, NBP and Karachi Blues.

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Intikhab Alam, Pakistan's interim coach, has changed his mind about the leadership qualities of Shoaib Malik, believing that his tenure should be extended beyond the end of the year.

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With the Pakistani domestic 4 day tournament now under full swing with nearly all of the internationla players included in their respective teams. Only Umer Gul and Sohail Tanvir are the big names missing due to their T20 participation in Australian domestic cricket.

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Intikhab Alam, Pakistan's interim coach, has changed his mind about the leadership qualities of Shoaib Malik, believing that his tenure should be extended beyond the end of the year.

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With the Pakistani domestic 4 day tournament now under full swing with nearly all of the internationla players included in their respective teams. Only Umer Gul and Sohail Tanvir are the big names missing due to their T20 participation in Australian domestic cricket.

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Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapakse has cleared the national team's tour of Pakistan next month. The series had been confirmed by the Pakistan board last week but its status became uncertain after the Sri Lankan interim board, headed by Arjuna Ranatunga, was dissolved on Tuesday by the country's sports minister Gamini Lokuge.

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Sri Lanka's president Mahinda Rajapakse has cleared the national team's tour of Pakistan next month. The series had been confirmed by the Pakistan board last week but its status became uncertain after the Sri Lankan interim board, headed by Arjuna Ranatunga, was dissolved on Tuesday by the country's sports minister Gamini Lokuge.

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Pakistan will tour Bangladesh for a series of five ODIs after the scheduled tour by Sri Lanka in March next year, the PCB has announced.

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