Cricket Australia will assess the fitness of Mitchell Marsh after the all-rounder suffered hamstring tightness in the CLT20.
Shaun Tait will turn out for South Australia in the domestic cricket one-day tournament, starting on Saturday.
Former Bangladesh cricket captain Mohammad Ashraful has his match-fixing ban reduced from eight years to five.
The Hobart Hurricanes have defeated the Barbados Tridents to progress to the semi-finals of the lucrative CLT20 tournament.
Mitchell Johnson will miss the remainder of the CLT20 with a rib injury but will still travel with Australia to the UAE as planned.
English county side Leicestershire has secured the services of Australian seamer Clint McKay for the 2015 season.
British prosecutors have charged former New Zealand cricketing great Chris Cairns with perjury.
Australian captain Michael Clarke says embattled all-rounder Shane Watson's Test career is not over yet.
Under-fire Alastair Cook will lead England at next year's World Cup, insists national selector James Whitaker.
Sri Lanka has appointed former Test captain Marvan Atapattu as its seventh coach in the last four years.
Pakistan has dropped experienced batsman Younis Khan from the one-day squad for next month's limited-over series against Australia.
Australian all-rounder Ben Cutting has re-signed with the Brisbane Heat for the next three Big Bash League tournaments.
Shane Watson will miss Australia's tour of the UAE, leaving Mitchell Marsh like to make his Test debut against Pakistan.
Afghan cricket captain Mohammad Nabi has come a long way, from a dusty refugee camp to the helm of his country's most popular sporting team.
Cricket Australia has reappointed James Sutherland as chief executive beyond June 2015 when his current contract expires.
Australia pace bowler Mitchell Johnson is battling a rib injury ahead of next month's series against Pakistan.
Phil Hughes will replace injured skipper Michael Clarke in Australia's one-day international squad for next month's series against Pakistan.
Bangladesh collapsed to a 2-0 series defeat against West Indies, losing the second and final Test by 296 runs with a day to spare in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia.
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke will miss the ODI series against Pakistan next month due to his hamstring injury.