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Pakistan shift Twenty20 league from Doha to UAE KARACHI: Pakistan Thursday announced moving its twice postponed Twenty20 league from the Qatari capital of Doha to Dubai and Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, without giving any reason for the venue change.The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held from 4th to 24th February 2016 in Dubai and Sharjah, UAE."The PSL will have a total of 24 matches which will be played over a 21-day period," said a PCB release, apparently shifting the event from Doha due to a lack of facilities in the Qatari capital.The PCB had planned the Twenty20 league in 2013 but had to postpone it twice -- in 2014 and 2015 -- over a lack of response from sponsors and logistics problems but this time they are more confident of staging the event."The PSL has already floated tenders for broadcasters and producers. This will be followed by a tendering ...

Pietersen admits England right over Ashes snub LONDON: Kevin Pietersen has admitted England's successful Ashes campaign vindicated the selectors' decision not to pick him against Australia.Pietersen began the season hoping for an unexpected recall to the Test team following conciliatory comments from new England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves.But when Pietersen's former captain Andrew Strauss was appointed as managing director, his first move was to rule out a comeback for the controversial 35-year-old, who had previously been axed by the ...
PSL will provide a great opportunity to upcoming players says Afridi Pakistan Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi has expressed that the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL) will provide a great opportunity for our players.According to local media report, Afridi said, “The PSL is a great opportunity for our players to gain invaluable experience as they will be competing alongside some of the sport’s big names”.A number of famous international cricket players gave their consent to play Pakistan Super League (PSL); the latest signing England’s Kevin Pietersen is ...
Shoaib Akhtar Wants to Mentor Amir Former Pakistani fast-bowler Shoaib Akhtar has expressed his desire to take young Mohammad Amir under his wing and guide him back to the national team.According to local media report Akhtar said, “Everyone knows how talented Amir was when he played cricket, so on his return he will have to work hard to become the same bowler”.Earlier, Akhtar said that it’s their right to get a second chance and he is also looking to buy a ...
Shoaib Akhtar Keen to Own a PSL Team Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has expressed his interest in owning a Pakistan Super League (PSL) team.According to ESPN Cricinfo, Akhatr said, “Everyone is excited about PSL and so am I," Akhtar said. "It's like a gift to the nation; it's not [just] the brand of PCB, it's the brand of Pakistan. I am interested in buying a team in the league and want to serve Pakistan cricket this way by promoting cricketers and ...
Younis in hot water after outburst over one-day snub LAHORE: Veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan is facing disciplinary action for lashing out when it became clear he was to be dropped for next month's one-day series in Zimbabwe.The 37-year-old hit out at selectors a day before the squad was announced last week -- without his name included."If I am not selected the one-day team will not be able to stand up," Younis said in a television interview.The head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) ...
Chris Gayle disappointed with Ahmad Shahzad West Indies former captain Chris Gayle, who is famous for hitting long sixes has showed disappointment to Pakistani batsman Ahmad Shahzad for not inviting him to his wedding ceremony.When Shahzad took it to micro-blogging site Twitter to wish him on his birthday Chris Gayle replied to him.However the West Indies player wishes blessings to Ahmad ShahzadChris Gayle, is very much active on Twitter, Chris Gayle has also agreed to attend the first edition of upcoming ...


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