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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 1961 - 62 Series

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England Won the Series

England travelled to Pakistan for their first ever tour shortly after suffering a 2-1 Ashes defeat at home.
Ted Dexter replaced Peter May as captain and the tour proved a personal triumph as he led England to victory and topped the Test batting averages.
Dexter's 205 in the final Test in Karachi was the highest score of his 10-year England career.
There was a three-month gap between the first and second Tests as England went to India for a five-match series.
The first match at Lahore saw England give debuts to batsman Eric Russell and seam bowlers Butch White and Alan Brown.
White dismissed both Pakistani openers, including Hanif Mohammed for 19, but Javed Burki rescued the home side with an innings of 138 as they reached 387-9 before declaring.
Ken Barrington and Mike Smith shared a third wicket stand of 192 before both were run out - Barrington for 139 and Smith one run short of his century - but David Allen's 40 was the only sizeable contribution from the lower order as they were all out for 380.
Off-spinner Allen played a vital role with the ball in Pakistan's second innings with 3-51 from 22 overs.
Brown and Bob Barber also took three wickets each and only a last wicket stand of 52 between Afaq Hussain (35 not out) and Naseeb Ahsan enabled the home side to reach 200.
England soon found themselves 17-2, chasing a target of 208 for victory but Dexter's composed 66 not out saw them home, aided by an unbeaten 39 from Barber.
Only seven members of the Lahore side remained for the game at the Dacca Stadium in January 1962 with Peter Parfitt, Barry Knight, Geoff Millman and Tony Lock included in the XI.
Lock sent down 73 overs for figures of 4-155 but Pakistan totalled 393-7 declared as Burki again reached three figures with 140 and Hanif made 111.
England's batting was equally impressive with Lancashire's Geoff Pullar batting with great discipline to make 165.
He shared an opening partnership of 198 with Barber (86) and 147 for the second wicket with Barrington (84).
They were eventually all out for 439 and the match then followed a similar pattern to the first Test as Pakistan were dismissed for 216 in their second innings, despite Hanif's 104.
But England did not have enough time to press for victory this time and the game ended on a draw with their score on 38 for no wicket.
India Cricket Live Batsmen again dominated the final Test at Karachi with Dexter's dominating proceedings.
Pakistan batted first and were reduced to 56-4 before Alimuddin's 109 steered them to a respectable score of 253.
Pullar gave England a solid start with 60 before Dexter took charge, adding 143 with the second wicket with Smith, who made 56.
He was then joined by the left-handed Parfitt, who out-paced his captain in making 111 in a stand of 188.
Both were eventually dismissed by off-spinner Antao D'Souza, who was rewarded for 57.5 overs of effort with 5-112.
England batted for three days to make 507 all out and Dexter then weighed in with three wickets as Pakistan reached 404-8 in their second innings on the final day, with the match again drawn.


Pakistan Cricket Series Results 2009


Pakistan ODI Matches 2009

Series Played Won Lost N/R
v Sri Lanka 3 1 2 0
Total 3 1 2 0

Pakistan Test Matches 2009

Series Played Won Lost N/R
v Sri Lanka 2 0 0 2
Total 2 0 0 2

Pakistan Twenty20 Matches 2009

Series Played Won Lost N/R
- 0 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0 0

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.