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Guess whose back for the ODIs against England?

Boom Boom Afridi!!

And Hammad Azam!

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Pakistan create history by whitewashing England 3-0

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Pakistan won


Pakistan 99 & 365

England 141 & 252 (97.3 ov)

Pakistan won by 71 runs. Great Victory mashaAllah.

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Great MashaAllah
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"I want to see Amir back, but only after considering the legality of the case and only after he serves the ban. We can do the rehab programme while he is serving his ban. We can do the rehab programme and also use him in lectures to other players so that he can be financially helped." - Zaka Ashraf

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ICC Rankings after 3rd Test

Batting
Younis khan is 5th in ICC test batsmen rankings.
Azhar ali is number 10th in ICC test batsmen rankings.

Bowling

Saeed ajmal is still 2nd but gained some more ratings. ( 835)
Abdur rehman is 7th in ICC test bowlers rankings.

And Pakistan is having its highest rating since May 2007. i.e, 108 only 3 points behind 3rd place India.

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Man of the Match = Azhar Ali

Well supported by A.Rehman

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Man of the Series Saeed Ajmal

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Pak vs Eng Test Series Stats so far


Mosts Runs & Most Wickets So Far:

Mosts Runs:
♦ Mohammad Hafeez - 156 runs.
♦ Misbah ul Haq - 148 runs.
♦ Jonathan Trott - 141 runs.
♦ Asad Shafiq - 117 runs.
♦ Alastair Cook - 109 runs.

Most Wickets:
♦ Saeed Ajmal - 17 wickets.
♦ Abdur Rehman - 12 wickets.
♦ Graeme Swann - 9 wickets.
♦ Stuart Broad - 8 wickets.
♦ Monty Panesar - 7 wickets.

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Stumps - Day 3
England 36/0 (20.0 overs)
England require another 288 runs with 10 wickets remaining
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Pakistan vs England- 2nd Test Day 2


Pakistan 99 & 222/2 (82.0 ov)

England 141

Pakistan lead by 180 runs with 8 wickets remaining

Stumps - Day 2

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India Are Scared To Play Pakistan - Zaka Ashraf

Geo Report-Zaka Ashraf talks to Geo News-03 Feb 2012

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Introduction

The Pakistan cricket team is the national cricket team of Pakistan. (PCB). Pakistan is a full member of the International Cricket Council, and thus participates in TestODI and Twenty20 International cricket matches.

Pakistan have played 360 Test matches, with winning 110, losing 100 and drawing 150. The team has the 3rd-best win/loss ratio in Test cricket of 1.10, and the 4th-best overall win percentage of 30.16%.[1] Pakistan was given Test status on 28 July 1952, following a recommendation by India, and made its Test debut against India at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi, in October 1952, with India winning by an innings and 70 runs.[2] Previously, Pakistani cricketers had competed as a part of the Indian national team before the partition of India.

Pakistan have played 752 ODIs, winning 404, losing 326, tying 6 and with 16 ending in no-result.[3] Pakistan were the 1992 World Cupchampions, and also came runners-up in the 1999 tournament. Pakistan, in conjunction with other countries on the Subcontinent, have hosted the 1987 & 1996, with the 1996 final being hosted at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The team has also played 48 Twenty20 Internationals, the most of any team, winning 29, losing 18 and tying 1.[4] Pakistan won the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 and came runners-up in the inaugural tournament in 2007.