The swashbuckling batsman from Pakistan, Fakhar Zaman continued his outstanding form as he became the first batsman from the country on Friday (July 20) to clinch a double hundred in One-day Internationals. Meanwhile, Zaman along with Imam-ul-Haq added a record 304-run partnership
After an emphatic win in the T20I tri-series, Pakistan will look to continue their dominance over the revamped Zimbabwe side when they square off in the first ODI at Bulawayo on July 13. Meanwhile, it has been five months Pakistan has played
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) on Wednesday (July 11) has received a huge jolt ahead of the One-day International (ODI) series against Pakistan. Their in-form batsman Solomon Mire has been ruled out following an injury. The 28-year-old Mire was in brilliant form smashing 94 and
International Cricket Council (ICC) has fined Zimbabwe for slow over-rate during their match against Pakistan on Wednesday (July 4) in Harare. As a result, ICC handed skipper Hamilton Maakadza a fine of 20 percent of his match fees. Furthermore, the rest of the team
Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is eager to continue batting at the number four position in a bid to offer more balance and experience to Men in Green after his recent outing against Scotland, earlier this month. Meanwhile, with the World Cup in sight, it
Senior leg-spinner from Pakistan, Yasir Shah will undergo a fitness test this weekend in Lahore ahead of the tour to Zimbabwe, starting June 28 along with batsman Babar Azam. Meanwhile, still, there are some speculations about whether the tour will go on.