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Five Pakistani cricketers given NOC for Canadian T20 league

LAHORE: Five cricketers have been granted No Objection Certificates' (NOC) by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to participate in the upcoming Global T20 Canada League 2019. Players including veteran all-rounders Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez, pacer Wahab Riaz, Shadab Khan and Umar Akmal. The league is scheduled to start from July 25 and will conclude on August 11.

Skippers won’t be suspended for slow over-rates: ICC

International cricket skippers will no longer run the risk of being suspended for slow over-rates with the ICC deciding to instead dock points for any such violations, starting with the upcoming World Test Championship. The recommendations of the ICC Cricket Committee were approved in order to curb the menace of slow over-rates. “In World Test Championship matches a team that is behind the required over rate at the end of a match will have two competition points deducted for each over it is behind,” the ICC said in…

Zimbabwe suspended by ICC over ‘Political Interference’

LONDON: The International Cricket Council (ICC) have suspended the Zimbabwe Cricket for unnecessary political influence in administration for cricket. According to ICC release, Zimbabwe will not be able to take part in any ICC events which means their participation in upcoming T20 World Cup Qualifiers in October is in danger. The chairman of ICC Shashank Manohar said that due to political influence during the elections in Zimbabwe Cricket forced them to put the suspension on them. “We want to keep cricket…


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