Peshawar cricket team
The Peshawar cricket team is a Pakistani first-class cricket team from Peshawar. The team's home ground is Arbab Niaz Stadium in Peshawar. The List A and Twenty 20 side is known as the Peshawar Panthers.
Peshawar first played in first-class competitions in 1956-57, and they have competed in most seasons since then, except for a hiatus between 1977-78 and 1983-84. Apart from a few matches played by North-West Frontier Province in the 1970s, Peshawar were usually the only first-class team from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (formerly known as North-West Frontier Province) until the debut of Abbottabad in 2005-06.
In first-class cricket to the end of 2013 they had played 262 matches, with 82 wins, 99 losses, 80 draws and one tie. Their highest individual score is 300 not out, by Shoaib Khan against Quetta in 2003-04. Their best bowling figures are 9 for 62 by Safiullah Khan against Railways B in 1971-72.
Players with international caps are listed in bold. 
- Mohammad Rizwan (c)
- Zohaib Khan
- Imran Khan Jnr
- Akbar Badshah
- Musadiq Ahmed
- Naved Yasin
- Waqas Maqsood
- Imran Khan
- Fakhar Zaman
- Sohail Khan
- Kashif Bhatti
- Usman Qadir
- Saif Badar
- Peshawar first-class playing record
- Highest scores for Peshawar
- Most wickets in an innings for Peshawar
- Peshawar List A playing record
- "Gauhar, Iftikhar tons lead Peshawar to title". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 27 January 2017.
- "Drafting done as Multan, Faisalabad to host National T20 Cup". The Nation. Retrieved 12 August 2017.
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