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England host Pakistan for four Tests, five One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 International with Pakistan also playing two ODIs against Ireland as part of the tour.
Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood lauded the attitude displayed by the players of the national team during the recently concluded tour of England.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has reached a career-best third position in the ICC Twenty20 International batsman rankings after two blistering knocks against Sri Lanka in the recently concluded series.
After a disciplined bowling performance from Pakistan restricted England to 135 for seven, fifties from Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif steered the visitors to a convincing nine-wicket victory in the only Twenty20 International between the two sides at Old Trafford.
England and Australia have increased their hold on their respective positions in the International Cricket Council One-Day International Team Rankings after comprehensive wins against Pakistan and Sri Lanka respectively.
Led by a splendid 90 from Sarfraz Ahmed and a crucial 77 from Shoaib Malik, Pakistan chased England’s score of 302 runs in 48.2 overs to secure a consolation win in the fifth One-Day International in Cardiff, which prevented a series whitewash.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Irfan is set to return home after suffering from cramps in the fourth One-Day International against England and will take no further part in the remainder of the series.
After winning the first four matches in the series, England will be keen to complete a 5-0 whitewash against Pakistan when they meet each other for the fifth One-Day International in Cardiff on 4th September. Here is preview from Rob Johnston on the game.
After Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali restricted Pakistan to 247, fifties from Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes helped England chase down the target in 48 overs with four wickets in hand in the fourth One-Day International at Headingley to claim a 4-0 lead in the series.
Pakistan have drafted uncapped pacer Amad Butt in the 13-man squad for the lone Twenty20 International against England at Old Trafford on 7th September.
After winning the first three matches and claiming the five-match series 3-0, England will take on Pakistan in the fourth One-Day International at Headingley. Here is Rob Johnston's preview on the game.
England have named a full-strength squad for the lone Twenty20 International against Pakistan which will be played at Old Trafford on 7th September.
Alex Hales went on to register the highest individual score by an England batsman in One-Day Internationals as the hosts went on to post a total of 444 following which they dismissed Pakistan for 275 to register a massive 169-run victory in the third game in Nottingham, thereby claiming the series 3-0.
Joe Root scored his fourth consecutive half-century in One-Day Internationals while Mark Wood and Chris Woakes picked three wickets apiece as England went on to defeat Pakistan in the second game by four wickets at Lord's.
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has put the players in the One-Day International squad on notice, stating that no player is guaranteed his spot in the side.
Fluent fifties from Jason Roy and Joe Root helped England post 194 for three in 34.3 overs chasing 260 before rain ended the game prematurely, allowing the home team to secure a 44-run victory by DLS method in the first One-Day International against Pakistan in Southampton.
After the Test series ended in a 2-2 draw, both England and Pakistan will be looking to start the One-Day International series on a high with the first game in Southampton on Wednesday. Rob Johnston previews the first ODI between the two teams.
Former Pakistan all-rounder Yasir Arafat believes that the contribution of the senior members of the One-Day International squad will be crucial to the side's success in the upcoming series against England.
England fast bowler David Willey is set to rejoin the national One-Day International squad to face Pakistan after he was cleared of any serious injury to his left hand.
England fast bowler David Willey is set to miss the upcoming One-Day International series against Pakistan after suffering a hand injury on the Finals Day of the 2016 NatWest Twenty20 Blast.
Intermittent rain showers caused the second One-Day International between Ireland and Pakistan to be abandoned without a ball being bowled, resulting in a 1-0 series victory for the visitors in the two-match series.
In the upcoming One-Day International series between England and Pakistan, the International Cricket Council is all set to trail a system where the third umpire will call the front foot no-balls.
Former England captain Nasser Hussain is hoping that Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq will continue playing the game for as long as possible.
Sharjeel Khan blazing knock of 152 was followed by a maiden five-wicket haul by Imad Wasim as Pakistan posted 337 for six and bowled Ireland out for 82 runs in 23.4 overs to secure a massive 255-run win in the rain-affected first One-Day International in Dublin.
Pakistan opening batsman Taufeeq Umar is impressed by the performance of Sami Aslam and reckons that the 20-year-old has a bright future ahead of him.
Pakistan One-Day International captain Azhar Ali has urged his team to play aggressive cricket and improve their fielding standards in the upcoming limited-overs leg of their tour of the British Isles.
Durham cricketers Ben Stokes and Mark Wood have both made a return to the England One-Day international squad which has been picked for the upcoming five-match series against Pakistan.
Ireland fast bowler Boyd Rankin has suffered a leg fracture which has ruled him out of the rest of the ongoing cricketing season including the upcoming One-Day Internationals against Pakistan.
For scoring the highest individual score at number five for Pakistan and leading his team to a historic series levelling win in the fourth Test against England at Kennington Oval, Younis Khan is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
The International Cricket Council has penalised Pakistan for maintaining a slow over-rate in the fourth Test match against England at The Oval.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq expressed that his team deserves the number one ranking in Test cricket given their recent performances in the format.
England captain Alastair Cook has admitted that the team had failed to live up to the standards when it came to catching in the recently concluded Test series against Pakistan which was drawn 2-2.
After a stellar bowling performance from Yasir Shah and Wahab Riaz, Pakistan bowled England out for 253 runs in their second innings and chased the target of 40 runs in 13.1 overs to complete a 10-wicket win on the fourth day of the fourth Test at The Oval and drew the series 2-2.
England speedster Stuart Broad has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for letting his frustration out on the controversial dismissal of Alex Hales on day one of the ongoing third Test against Pakistan at Kennington Oval.
Younis Khan scored a majestic 218, which is the highest score for a Pakistan batsman in Tests, batting at number five helping the visitors secure a massive 214-run first innings lead, after which Yasir Shah's three-wicket haul left England reeling at 88 for four at stumps on day three of the fourth Test at Kennington Oval.
Centuries from Asad Shafiq and Younis Khan drove Pakistan’s reply in the first innings as the visitors scored 340 for six at stumps on day two and took a lead of 12 runs in the fourth Test at The Oval.
Despite a top-order collapse, England managed to score 328 runs thanks to Moeen Ali's top-class century and also dismissed Sami Aslam as Pakistan ended the first day trailing the hosts by 325 runs in the fourth Test at Kennington Oval.
England captain Alastair Cook has rubbished ball tampering allegations against his team and asserted that it has not affected them in any way.
After winning the second and third Test in the series and claiming a lead of 2-1, England have a chance to regain the top position in the ICC Test ranking ahead of the final Test against Pakistan. Rob Johnston previews the final Test.
After England completed a 141-run win in the third Test at Edgbaston to take a 2-1 lead in the series, they are in with a chance to reclaim the pole position in the Test rankings. Ahead of the fourth Test at The Oval, here are a few key statistics.
Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur is confident of his team levelling the series 2-2 with a win in the fourth Test match against England at The Oval.
Former England pace spearhead Darren Gough is confident that the hosts will be able to claim a win in the fourth and final Test at The Oval against Pakistan which begins on 11th August.
Pakistan opening batsman Mohammad Hafeez, who has failed to make an impression in the ongoing Test series against England, has vowed to deliver if selected for the final Test at The Oval.
A dramatic batting collapse orchestrated by the England seamers saw Pakistan being bowled out in the second innings for 201 runs on the fifth day of the third Test in Birmingham, giving the hosts a convincing 141-run win and an unbeatable 2-1 lead in the four-match series.
Led by an unbeaten 82 from Jonny Bairstow and fifties from Moeen Ali and Joe Root, England surged ahead to post a total of 414 for five at the end of the fourth day of the third Test in Birmingham and stretched their lead to 311 runs with five wickets in hand.
After bowling Pakistan out for 400 runs in their first innings, England fought their way back as Alastair Cook and Alex Hales shared an unbeaten 120-run stand to eke out a slender 17-run lead by the end of day three of the third Test in Birmingham.
England pace bowling spearhead James Anderson has tendered an apology for his unruly behaviour with the on-field umpires during the second day’s play of the third Test against Pakistan in Birmingham.
An elegant century from Azhar Ali and a steady knock of 82 from Sami Aslam helped Pakistan post 257 for three from 90 overs, reducing the first innings deficit to just 40 runs by the end of day two of the third Test against England in Birmingham.
Sohail Khan celebrated his Test return with a five-wicket haul as Pakistan bowled England out for 297 runs on the first day of the third Test in Birmingham.
England and Pakistan players are urging fans to take time out to check whether they are at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.
England have opted top pick fast bowler Steven Finn to replace the injured all-rounder Ben Stokes for the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston.
After the series was levelled 1-1 with England’s win against Pakistan in the second Test, both the teams will be keen to claim an unassailable lead in the third match at Edgbaston. Ahead of the game, here are a few key statistics.
After both England and Pakistan have won a game apiece in the series, the action now shifts to Birmingham for the third Test.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Joe Clark struck fluent half-centuries as Worcestershire posted 260 for six in 76 overs on the second day and final day of the tour match against Pakistan in Worcester, ensuring that the game ended in a draw.
Azhar Ali hit a fluent 81 while Shan Masood scored a patient 67 as Pakistan declared after having scored 261 runs in 80 overs on the first day of the two-day tour match against Worcestershire at County Ground.
James Alder was at Lord's to watch Pakistan's win over England and he wonders what the future holds for the longest form of the game.
Ireland cricketers Niall O'Brien and Craig Young have recovered from their respective injuries and have been named in the 14-man squad which will face Pakistan in a two-match One-Day International series next month.
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