Shoaib Malik

Shoaib Malik is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain of the Pakistani side. He made his One-Day International debut in 1999 against the West Indies and his Test debut in 2001 against Bangladesh. Shoaib Malik has taken over 100 ODI wickets, and has a batting average in the mid 30s in both Test and ODI cricket. There is almost no...[ read more ]

Ravi Bopara

A talented, wristy strokeplayer, capable of opening the innings or batting in the middle order, Ravi Bopara has been a regular member of the England set-up for several years without ever making himself indispensable. He made his first international half-century in his fourth innings, at the 2007 World Cup, but suffered a disastrous debut Test series in Sri Lanka later...[ read more ]

Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir, a left-arm pace bowler, reveres Wasim Akram. Over 2007 and 2008, he also emerged, improbably young still, as a hot pace prospect. Even before he went to England on an U-19 tour, he had been picked out as a special talent by Akram himself at a pace camp he oversaw in Lahore in May 2007. By 2010, he...[ read more ]

Sohail Khan

Hailing from Malakand agency in the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), but based in Karachi, Sohail Khan had a debut first-class season in the 2007-08 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy few in Pakistan have equalled. The right-arm fast-medium bowler, playing for Sui Southern Gas Corporation (SSGC), took 65 wickets in his first nine matches, with as many as eight five-wicket hauls. The second of...[ read more ]

Imad Wasim

Aspiring to be an allrounder like his idol Wasim Akram, Imad Wasim made his first-class debut for Islamabad against Quetta in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in January 2007, smashing 88 runs in a win. Part of the Pakistan team that won the Under-19s World Cup in 2006, Imad was appointed captain in July 2007. Imad, a left-arm spinner, led the team...[ read more ]

Usama Mir

Usama Mir is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for Khan Research Laboratories since the 2013 season, and also for the Sialkot Stallions Twenty20 franchise. A leg spinner, he was the leading wicket taker during the 2015 edition of the Haier Super 8 T20 Cup.

Shahzaib Hasan

Mohammad Shahzaib Hasan Khan, is a Pakistani cricketer. He plays domestic cricket for Karachi Zebras, making his debut with them in the 2008–09 season. He is a hard hitting opener, is strongly built and maintains a high strike rate in the shorter formats of the game. After some notable limited overs performances opening the batting for Karachi Zebras (250 runs...[ read more ]

Saifullah Bangash

Saifullah Bangash is a talented wicket keeper batsman from Karachi and plays for a regional department team Sui Southern Gas Corporation. He is a decent right hand batsman and is a reserve keeper in the 16 man squad for the Karachi Kings. Saifullah has featured in 7 T20 matches with a strike rate of 116.

Shakib Al Hasan

A talented left-hand batsman and left-arm spinner, Shakib Al Hasan is unarguably the best cricketer that Bangladesh have ever had. As a bowler, he is accurate, consistent, and canny; and his aggression and a wide range of strokes are the keys to his batting. Even more importantly, he has self-belief an excellent temperament, unflustered by the big occasion and ready...[ read more ]

Lendl Simmons

A right-hand opening batsman, Lendl Simmons represented West Indies in the 2002 and 2004 Under-19 World Cups and made his first-class debut six weeks after his 17th birthday. He won his first full cap in December 2006 - making a second-ball duck - after a productive domestic season in 2005-06 and a successful A-team tour of England later in the...[ read more ]