Sunday, 17 November 2013

Schedul Of Pakistan Short Tour to South Africa November 2013

Pakistan Will Play 2 T20 Internationals And 3 ODI's In South Africa

     T20 Series
  1st T20:  20 November Wednesday 2013 At The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
  2nd T20: 22 November Friday 2013 At Newlands, Cape Town
       ODI Series

   1st ODI: 24 November Sunday 2013 At Newlands, Cape Town
   2nd ODI: 26 November Tuesday 2013 At St Georges Park, Port Elizabeth
   3rd ODi: 28 November Thursday 2013 At SuperSport Park, Centurion

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Will Sachin Score A 100 In His last test

The legendary batsmen Sir Don Bradman and Brain Lara got out for duck during their last test Match. 
Sachin is always compared with Bradman and he himself believed that Sachin is much better than him.
As #SachinTendulkar plays his last test tomorrow, Will he break this trend and score a century?

Ticket for 2015 Cricket World Cup

The Local Organising Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 have put the focus firmly on families in their announcement of ticketing information for the ICC’s flagship event.
The tournament is one of the biggest sports events in the world. Organisers are expecting more than a million people to attend matches and more than a billion to watch on television.
Children’s tickets are available for every match in the tournament including the Final.
All children’s tickets for the pools stage are $5.
Prices for adults start from just $20, meaning that a family of four can attend this once-in-a-generation event from just $50.
The top-priced ticket for the best seats at the final is $395.
Tickets go on general sale from February 14 next year, but fans who want a chance to buy before then can register at to have access to a pre-sale.
Travel packages for the tournament, which runs from 14 February to 29 March 2015, are on sale from today at
The MCG will host five matches, including a quarter final and the final:
• February 14, 2015  England v Australia
• February 22, 2015 South Africa v India
• February 26, 2015 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh
• March 19, 2015  Quarter Final
• March 29, 2015  Final
- View ICC Cricket World Cup ticketing information booklet  

- View ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 fixture
John Harnden, Chief Executive of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 said he wanted as many people as possible to experience the event.
“Australia and New Zealand last hosted the tournament in 1992 and since then it has become one of the biggest sporting events in the world,” Mr Harnden said.
“We’ve made sure the event is affordable with more than two-thirds of all tickets $50 or under. This is a great opportunity to see the world’s best cricketers right here in our own backyard."
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is being jointly host by Australia and New Zealand and will feature 49 matches in 44 days across 14 host cities.
“We expect high demand for tickets and we’re operating on a first come first served basis. Fans are encouraged to register early so they can get the seats they want,” Mr Harnden said.
Fast Facts ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand
 14 teams: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Zimbabwe and two other nations yet to qualify
 14 host cities: Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton Hobart, Napier, Nelson, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Wellington
 42 pool matches – three in each host city
 Every visiting team plays in both countries
 Children’s tickets available for every match
 Children’s tickets $5 for every pool match
 Children’s ticket for Quarter Finals $20, Semi Finals $30, Final $60
 Adults tickets from $20
 Two-thirds of total tickets $50 or less
 1.5 million tickets available
 Travel Packages on sale from November 13, 2013 – go to
 General tickets and hospitality packages on sale from February 14, 2014
 Register at for a pre-sale opportunity.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

India Squad For West indies ODIs

Dhawal Kulkarni named in Indian squad for ODIs against West Indies.

Monday, 11 November 2013

Shoaib akhtar Said after 5th ODI

"I can guarantee that Bangladesh would have won the series against Pakistan 5-0." Shoaib Akhtar

"Players are selfish and are playing to cement their places in the side." Shoaib Akhtar

"If we lose the toss in Sharjah, we will lose the match." Shoaib Akhtar 

"Nobody wants to watch Hafeez and Misbah play." Shoaib Akhtar

"I was glad to see Sohaib play LIVE. He played like a tiger." Shoaib Akhtar

"We need a good system, a leader and selfless players." Shoaib Akhtar

"We need a person like Imran Khan to groom young talent." Shoaib Akhtar

"Wasim, Imran, Waqar, Yousuf, Inzamam etc. should volunteer to nurture players." Shoaib Akhtar

Sunday, 10 November 2013

shoaib Akhatar

"If Yousuf is saying Umar Akmal is a keeping talent, he would be right." Shoaib Akhtar

"Even Dhoni is a keeping talent, but look at his average and hundreds now." Shoaib Akhtar

"Only if Umar Akmal could keep his head, he could have been a big player." Shoaib Akhtar

"T20 cricket is like a slow poison for us." Shoaib Akhtar

"A proper player can play in all formats, but a T20 player cannot." Shoaib Akhtar

"Rohit Sharma is India's biggest talent. He is a lot better than Virat Kohli." Shoaib Akhtar