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RE: Pakistan Super League - pj57 - 02-12-2017

Yasir Shah 4/7 in a low scoring match.

Another fix Spy

RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-13-2017


RE: Pakistan Super League - stillwill - 02-13-2017

Hahah Pakis fixers get caught again. How come our players never get approached ? We are too bad even for that ?

RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-14-2017

Nasir Jamshed, the out-of-favour Pakistan opener, has become the third player to be provisionally suspended by the PCB as it continues its investigation into the corruption scandal that hit the Pakistan Super League this weekend.

"PCB has provisionally suspended Nasir Jamshed from all forms of cricket for violating its anti-corruption code," said a statement issued by the board on Monday.

Unlike Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif - the two Islamabad United players who have already been sent back from the league for alleged breaches of the anti-corruption code - Jamshed was not part of any PSL franchise.

RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-14-2017

Saeed Ajmal, who has not played international cricket since April 2015, hopes that the second season of the Pakistan Super League will be a stepping stone towards a comeback. Ajmal, who injured himself during training last season and played only six matches in Islamabad United's run to the title, has been recruited as a full-time player by the same team this season. That Pakistan haven't found a quality offspinner in the last two years has motivated Ajmal to impress in the PSL and return to the international scene.

"It's unfortunate that we haven't had an offspinner since I was out, which is why I believe I still have a chance to make it," Ajmal told ESPNcricinfo in Dubai. "I am working hard to ensure this PSL is a turning point for me. T20 cricket is difficult with lots of ups and downs, but I am ready, and hopefully this event will be a step to the national team. Pakistan desperately need an offspinner and nobody seems to have appeared to fill my gap for years. I have not given up and all I can do is hard work."

Ajmal last played for Pakistan in Bangladesh in April 2015 after he remodelled his action, which was deemed illegal in September 2014. In December 2014, he pulled out of the 2015 World Cup, indicating that his remodelled action needed further work. His action was cleared by the ICC in February, and he was picked in all three formats for the Bangladesh tour in April. In his first match on a return to the side, Ajmal conceded 74 runs in 10 overs for no wickets, the most he has leaked in an ODI. Ajmal took 1 for 49 in the second ODI before missing the third match. He then went wicketless in the one-off T20, which Bangladesh won by seven wickets, before being overlooked for the two-Test series.

Ajmal's new round-arm action lacked fizz, but he felt that the side did not give him a sizeable run to work his way back. "Actually I never really get a proper chance to develop my new action and that only comes by playing consistently," he said. "Apart from the two[three] Bangladesh matches I did not get a chance, and you can't judge a player by one or two matches."

Ajmal, 39, stressed that form, not age, should be the top priority for selection. "Age probably is a problem in Pakistan," he said. "What exactly you want from a player is performance and if a player is helping the team to win then who cares about the age... I want to perform regardless of the age; I don't really think about it. What I need to do is to stay fit and keep taking wickets."

Ajmal has T20 form on his side. He was the leading wicket-taker in the National T20 Cup held before the PSL, with 20 scalps in nine matches, including a four-wicket haul. Ajmal, however, has not played first-class cricket since his stint with Worcestershire in 2015.

RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-19-2017

RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-21-2017

Cricketing stars Chris Gayle, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawerdene, have refused to visit Pakistan for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final at Lahore citing the countrys volatile security conditions, on Monday.

As per media reports, the trio playing for the Karachi Kings have refused to visit Pakistan for the final while Peshawar Zalmi captain Darren Sammy and bowler Chris Jordan are ready to come to Pakistan. As many as 50 players are ready to visit Pakistan for the final of PSL II.

Furthermore, an additional amount of $10,000 to $50,000 will be paid to international players who are ready to tour Pakistan.

Previously, a meeting was held between PSL management and franchise owners, to decide the PSL final in Lahore. It was decided that the final of the PSL will be held in Lahore, whether or not international players agree to play or not.

"It has been heart-warming to see the dedication of all the owners to the cause of taking cricket back home and there is a realisation that this final will be the first step in opening the gates to international teams starting to make the journey again," said Sethi while speaking of the meeting.

"We are all committed to this mission and wish to have a thoroughly entertaining final where it should happen - in Lahore," he added.

Pakistan Super League - Real Sanga - 02-21-2017

Me, Mahela and Gayle not going to Lahore final guys.

No more questions.

RE: Pakistan Super League - JamisBanda - 02-21-2017

Owners must be happy that Sanga not isn't going Spy

RE: Pakistan Super League - McLovin - 02-21-2017

Now there's a killah swag celebration for ya

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