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India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
Match scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)


England in Pakistan 2005-06 ODI Series

India Cricket Live

England complete exciting victory
Pak wins series 3-2

England ended their tour on a high with a six-run win in Rawalpindi following a mid-innings collapse by Pakistan.
James Anderson took 4-48 and Ian Blackwell three wickets in successive overs as Pakistan lost five wickets for 25 runs and were restricted to 200-9.
Yasir Hameed (57) and Mohammad Yousuf (54) put on 101 but fell to loose shots, and the rest followed suit.
Vikram Solanki top scored with 49 in England's 206-9 - debutant Mohammad Asif taking 2-14 for the home side.
Fifth one-day international, Rawalpindi: England 206-9 (50 overs) beat Pakistan 200-9 (50 overs) by six runs
India Cricket Live

Pakistan hang on to clinch series

Pakistan beat England by 13 runs in Rawalpindi to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the one-day series. Kabir Ali and James Anderson put on 33 for the final wicket but Anderson was caught in the slips at full-stretch by Younis Khan with 11 balls left. England looked favourites after dismissing Pakistan for 210, captain Inzamam-ul-Haq hitting 81 not out. But, with the exception of Andrew Flintoff and Ian Blackwell, England's top order was again rooted out cheaply. The final game of the tour is at the same venue on Wednesday.
Fourth one-day international, Rawalpindi: Pakistan 210 (47.2 overs) bt England 197 all out (48.1 overs) by 13 runs
India Cricket Live

England collapse to record defeat

England equalled their heaviest defeat ever with a 165-run loss in the third one-day game as Pakistan's Kamran Akmal hit his second successive century. Put in to bat, the hosts reached 353-6, the most ever conceded by England, with Akmal hitting 109 and Abdul Razzaq 50. Shahid Afridi blasted 31 from 14 balls and Inzamam-ul-Haq 45 from 35.
England never looked like matching the total and were bowled out for 188 in 42 overs, with Shoaib Malik taking 3-29 and Ian Bell the top scorer with 37. England's last defeat by such a margin was at the hands of West Indies in 1994. he result in Karachi leaves them 2-1 down in the series with two to play.
Third one-day international, Karachi: Pakistan 353-6 (50 overs) beat England 188 all out (42 overs) by 165 runs
India Cricket Live

Pakistan cruise to Lahore victory

Shoaib Akhtar's 5-54 and Kamran Akmal's 102 helped Pakistan crush England by seven wickets in the second one-dayer.
Akmal hit 15 fours and a six in his second one-day century as they reached a target of 231 with six overs left. Liam Plunkett's maiden fifty for England rescued the tourists after Shoaib helped reduce them to 130-8. 231 was not likely to tax the home side as Flintoff and Harmison served up plenty of wide deliveries for left-hander Butt and wicket-keeper Akmal to carve away on the off-side. A cut from Akmal flew over a despairing Blackwell on the third man boundary, while Butt smacked Harmison straight back over the bowler to the long-on boundary. Butt's 48-ball knock, which featured eight boundaries, was ended when Flintoff found a way through his defences but the runs continued to come freely. There was something of a shock when Collingwood's slower ball beat Younis Khan's attempt to turn it on the leg-side and, with Mohammad Yousuf content to nudge the ball around, the run rate slowed a little. But Akmal was determined to keep playing his shots and was quick to punish width from Plunkett and Harmison as he reached his century off 108 balls. The torment for England did not end after he hooked Harmison straight to Solanki at mid-wicket as captain Inzamam-ul-Haq tucked into the bowling.
Second ODI, Lahore: Pakistan 231-3 bt England 230 by seven wickets
India Cricket Live

England triumph in one-day opener

England achieved their highest one-day total on foreign soil to win the opening match of the one-day series against Pakistan by 42 runs.
Andrew Strauss anchored the innings with 94 and Kevin Pietersen (56) and Andrew Flintoff (72 not out) produced the big-hitting to carry them to 327-4. Salman Butt, Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf and Shoaib Malik all made half centuries in reply. But Pakistan were all out for 285 as super-sub Liam Plunkett claimed 3-51.
The result ended a seven-match winning streak for Pakistan in limited-overs internationals and gave England a much-needed lift after being beaten 2-0 in the Test series.
First one-day international, Lahore: England 327-4 (50 overs) beat Pakistan 285 (46.5 overs) by 42 runs

England in Pakistan 2005-06 Series Schedule


Date
Match
Venue
Oct 31 - Nov 2 England vs Patron's XI Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi
Nov 6-8 England v Pakistan A Bagh-e-Jinnah, Lahore
Nov 12-16 1st Test Multan
Nov 20-24 2nd Test Faisalabad
Nov 29 - Dec 3 3rd Test Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Dec 7 1 Day Warm Up Bagh-e-Jinnah, Lahore
Dec 10 1st ODI Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Dec 12 2nd ODI Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Dec 15 3rd ODI Karachi
Dec 19 4th ODI Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi
Dec 21 5th ODI Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi


England vs Pakistan (Tests)

 

Total

Eng

Pak

Draw

Tie

In Pakistan

21

2

2

17

0

In England

39

14

8

17

0

England vs Pakistan (ODIs)

 

Total

Eng

Pak

Tie

NR

In Pakistan

14

7

7

0

0

In England

26

17

9

0

0

Neutral

13

7

5

0

1


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.