England odds for Sharjah Test cut after support

William Hill report that with money coming in to back England for the third Test against Pakistan in Sharjah, they have cut the odds of a series-levelling win to 9/4.
31 October 2015

Uphill task awaits England in Sharjah - Third Test Preview

Having lost the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai, England are in a must-win situation in the third Test which kicks-off on 1st November in Dubai.
31 October 2015

Chronic ankle injury ends Mark Wood's UAE tour

England pacer Mark Wood has been ruled out of the third and deciding Test against Pakistan in Sharjah because of a chronic ankle injury.
31 October 2015

Rewind to...a Pakistan-England clash that rivalled the Ashes

As Pakistan and England are battling it out in the United Arab Emirates, Rob Johnston rewinds to the 1987 Test series between the two teams.
29 October 2015

Hot Spot - Pakistan v England Sharjah Test preview

We take a look back at the Pakistan-England Dubai Test and preview the Sharjah Test in our latest Cricket World Hot Spot with John Pennington and Rob Johnston in an audio show instead of our usual video update.
29 October 2015

James Anderson targets five more years with England

England fast bowler James Anderson is hoping to play for another five years for his national team before hanging up his boots.
29 October 2015

England 5/2 to win third Test in Sharjah

Despite being unlucky not to win the first Test in Dubai and eventually unlucky to lose the second in Abu Dhabi, bookmakers William Hill make them 5/2 outsiders to beat Pakistan in Sharjah.
27 October 2015

Root reclaims number one spot in Test rankings

England vice-captain Joe Root has reclaimed the pole position in the International Cricket Council player rankings after scoring consecutive fifties in the recently concluded encounter against Pakistan in Dubai.
27 October 2015

Batting collapses are frustrating - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook expressed his frustration over his side's batting collapse on the third day of the second of the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai.
27 October 2015

Two gloriously uncertain Tests in the desert

Cricket being the game of glorious uncertainties was being proved again over after over as England almost saved the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai, writes Tahir Ibn Manzoor.
26 October 2015

That's Dubai to do it for Pakistan...but only just - Cricket World TV

Pakistan left it late to beat England by 178 runs in the second Test in Dubai, and our latest cricket news video reviews the action after they moved into an unassailable 1-0 series lead.
26 October 2015

Pakistan overcome lower-order resistance from England to go 1-0 up

Pakistan managed to overcome a stubborn resistance from England's lower-order led by Adil Rashid on the fifth day to win the second Test in Dubai by 178 runs.
26 October 2015

No injury concern for Alastair Cook - Paul Farbrace

England assistant coach Paul Farbrace clarified that Alastair Cook is not suffering from an injury, despite seeming to be in discomfort while batting in the second innings of the Dubai Test against Pakistan.
26 October 2015

England report Wahab Riaz for kicking the ball

The England team management have reported Wahab Riaz for kicking the ball during the final session on the fourth day of the second Test in Dubai.
26 October 2015

Root leads England fightback but Pakistan firmly on top

Joe Root's fighting half-century helped England post 130 for three at stumps on day four after Pakistan set them a mammoth target of 491 runs riding on the back of Younis Khan's splendid hundred in the second Test in Dubai.
25 October 2015

We were not good enough - Joe Root

England batsman Joe Root admitted that the performance of his team on the third day of the second Test against Pakistan left a lot to be desired.
25 October 2015

Joe Root brings calmness to batting line-up - Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Stuart Broad opined that the presence of maverick batsman Joe Root brings about a sense of calm in the batting order.
24 October 2015

Cook, Root fifties lead England charge

Alastair Cook and Joe Root hit fluent fifties to lead England’s comeback after Pakistan were bowled out in the first session of day two of the second Test match in Dubai.
23 October 2015

Need to take early wickets - Mark Wood

England fast bowler Mark Wood opined the bowlers need to take early wickets on day two after Pakistan finished on a strong note at the end of the play on the first day of the second Test in Dubai.
23 October 2015

Misbah century helps Pakistan seize advantage

Riding on the back of a splendid unbeaten century from Misbah-ul-Haq and fifties from Younis Khan and Shan Masood, Pakistan seized the advantage on the first day of the second Test match against England in Dubai.
22 October 2015