Sri Lanka head coach Marvan Atapattu has said the absence of Saeed Ajmal was a psychological boost for the home side ahead of the three-Test series against Pakistan that begins in Galle on Wednesday
Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistani mystery spinner, returns to begin his third spell for Worcestershire on Friday night against Northamptonshire but, having remodeled his action, faces the challenge of regaining his potency.
Ahmed Shehzad and Shan Masood have been included in Pakistan's 15-man squad for the Test series in Sri Lanka in June while offspinner Saeed Ajmal has been left out
He has been dropped and has struggled to be as effective as he once was, but Saeed Ajmal says it is all part of a plan and that he needs more time to rediscover his old form
The spectre of Saeed Ajmal loomed over Worcestershire's return to Division One. Last year Essex coach Paul Grayson said that if umpires had been "brave" enough to call Ajmal for an illegal action Worcestershire would not have been promoted.
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said there will not be pressure on Saeed Ajmal to make an immediate impact
Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal has described his eight months sidelined from cricket as "the most difficult time of my life"
Worcestershire have signed Sachithra Senanayake, the Sri Lanka offspinner, as an early-season replacement for Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal
Saeed Ajmal has been picked by Pakistan for all three formats for the tour of Bangladesh, after his remodelled action was cleared by the ICC in February
Saeed Ajmal has been picked by Pakistan for all three formats for the tour of Bangladesh
Worcestershire have secured a deal to bring Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal back to New Road in 2015 for at least the second half of the season from July.
Pakistan off-spinner was banned from bowling in international cricket due to an illegal action.
Pakistan's ace spinner Saeed Ajmal was banned from bowling in competitive cricket by the ICC after a technical review of his action found that Ajmal flexed his elbow more than double the allowed 15 degrees. Ajmal's action was reviewed in 2009 and cleared. Show More Summary
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been reported for suspect bowling action for the second time in his career and will undergo further testing over the next three weeks.
In the Dawn, Hassan Cheema takes stock of a fascinating little battle between Saeed Ajmal and Hashim Amla that played out on the second day of the Test match between South Africa and Pakistan in Cape Town. Ajmal’s greatest strengths lie not in bowling the odd doosra but the subtle changes in his length that he can employ. Show More Summary
Saeed Ajmal's exclusion from the 2012 ICC Player of the Year awards list is baffling, considering he was the highest Test wicket-taker during the time frame (August 5, 2011 to August 4, 2012) which the ICC considered while making its picks. Show More Summary
Aizaz Cheema and Saeed Ajmal shared seven wickets as Pakistan dismissed Sri Lanka for 188 in the Asia Cup tournament on Thursday, despite half-centuries from Kumar Sangakkara and Upul Tharanga. Fast bowler Cheema finished with 4-43 and...Show More Summary
Zimbabwe can't bat against pace, England can't bat against spin and India can't bat. Saeed Ajmal's face speaks for all those successful bowlers who are strutting their stuff on the test match stage at the moment. Happy times.
Shoaib Naveed says all the controversy about Saeed Ajmal's action could be avoided if people realised that his bowling has nothing to do with how much he bends his elbow, but everything to do with how he uses his wrist. Naveed writes, in Dawn, that it is a myth that offspinners use their fingers to turn the ball. Show More Summary