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PCB chief hints at inclusion of wicket keeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed in place of Nasir Jamsheed in Pakistan's next world cup fixture against UAE on Wednesday at Napier.

Talking in PTV World show 'game on hai' Shehryar Khan praises performance of fast bowlers Wahab Raiz and Rahat Ali against Zimbabwe. South Africa will take on Ireland on Tuesday in the Pool-b match of the ICC world cup 2015 at Canberra. PTV Sports will telecast the match live. The protease are holding second place at the points table with four points. They have won two matches against Zimbabwe and West Indies while lost to India by 130 runs. Ireland are holding third position at the points table with same four points. They have won their two matches played against West Indies and Zimbabwe.

 

VFL Wolfsburg dazzled their way past hosts Werder Bremen 5-3, fighting back from a goal down three times and scoring three goals in five minutes to cut the gap on Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich to eight points.

In a hugely entertaining game, Dutchman Bas dost and Daniel Caligiuri scored two apiece as the wolves maintained their sparkling form with a sixth win in seven games, keeping them in second place on 50 points, a club record after 23 matches. Wolfsburg also equalled a club best 11 successive games without defeat and dost equalled a Bundesliga record after netting eight times in three games. Bayern are on 58 points after crushing cologne 4-1 on Friday. For Werder, who were in equally fine form going into the game, it was their first defeat since mid-December and they dropped to ninth on 30. In a furious start both teams had scored twice by the 18th minute with Werder twice taking the lead and Wolfsburg responding on both occasions. Wolfsburg roared back in the second half with dost, who took his season tally to 13 goals, scoring in the 48th and 51st minute to put the visitors ahead for the first time. Borussia Moenchengladbach are 10 points behind Wolfsburg in third place after beating promoted Paderborn 2-0 thanks to two deflected goals to maintain their champions league hopes for next season. Gladbach are four points clear of fourth-placed Bayer Leverkusen

 
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