Pakistan Cricket PlayersAzhar Mahmood | Ijaz Ahmed | Imran Khan | Inzamam-ul-Haq | Javed Miandad | Rameez Raja | Rashid Latif | Saeed Anwar | Saleem Malik | Saqlain Mushtaq | Shahid Afridi | Shoaib Akhtar | Waqar Younis | Wasim Akram | Younis Khan | Zaheer Abbas
Past Series of England in PakistanEngland in Pakistan 1961 - 62 | England in Pakistan 1969 | England in Pakistan 1973 | England in Pakistan 1977 - 78 | England in Pakistan 1984 | England in Pakistan 1987 | England in Pakistan 2000
England in Pakistan 1969 Series
Series ends with DrawEngland returned to Pakistan after an absence of seven years but the series proved a disappointing stalemate with all three Tests ending in draws.
Seamer Bob Cottam was given his Test debut at Lahore, where captain Colin Cowdrey hit a century.
The second match began at Dhaka four days later, with a result out of reach despite John Snow's four wickets.
And hopes for a more exciting contest at Karachi were dashed as bad weather forced an early abandonment.
Cowdrey began the series in fine style, leading by example to make exactly 100 out of England's total of 306
Pakistan were in deep trouble at 72-5 as Cottam and David Brown proved an effective seam combination and eventually trailed by 97 on first innings, with Cottam taking 4-50.
England made a bad start to their second innings but a patient 83 by future skipper Keith Fletcher enabled Cowdrey to declare at 225-9 early on the last of the four days.
The home side again lost early wickets before Majid Khan halted the slide with 68 and Mushtaq and Hanif Mohammed batted out time as Pakistan reached 203-5 at the finish.
In the second Test it was Snow who made inroads into the Pakistan batting order.
He took 4-70 as they were all out for 246 but England could only muster 274 in reply, thanks largely to all-rounder Basil D'Oliveira's unbeaten 114.
Pakistan were guilty of negative batting in their second innings as they took 101 overs to make 195-6 declared. Derek Underwood sent down 44 of them and earned figures of 5-94.
A victory target of 168 was out of reach and openers John Edrich and Roger Prideaux batted out the final 20 overs of the game, which ended with England on 33-0.
The final match was abandoned on the third day to end the series on a low note.
England recalled Colin Milburn in place of Northamptonshire team-mate Prideaux and he responded with some typically bold batting to make 134.
He shared a second wicket stand of 156 with Tom Graveney, who eventually became one of three victims for leg-spinner Intikhab Alam after scoring 105.
Wicket-keeper Alan Knott was 38 not out at the end of the second day and took his score to 96 when the rain set in with England on 502-7.
Pakistan v Sri Lanka Cricket Test Series 2009
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Bangladesh vs Pakistan Cricket Series 2009
Cricket series schedule - Postponed
- Tue 10 March, 2009: 1st T20 - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Mirpur
- Thu 12 March, 2009: 2nd T20 - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Mirpur
- Fri 13 March, 2009: 1st ODI - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Mirpur
- Sun 15 March, 2009: 2nd ODI - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Mirpur
- Tue 17 March, 2009: 3rd ODI - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Mirpur
- Fri 20 March, 2009: 4th ODI - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Chittagong
- Sun 22 March, 2009: 5th ODI - Bangladesh v Pakistan at Chittagong
Pakistan v Australia Cricket Series at UAE 2009
Cricket series schedule
- Wed 22, April 2009: Pakistan v Australia 1st ODI at Dubai
- Fri 24, April 2009: Pakistan v Australia 2nd ODI at Dubai
- Mon 27, April 2009: Pakistan v Australia 3rd ODI at Abu Dhabi
- Fri 01, May 2009: Pakistan v Australia 4th ODI at Abu Dhabi
- Sun 03, May 2009: Pakistan v Australia 5th ODI at Abu Dhabi
- Thu 07, May 2009: Pakistan v Australia Twenty20 at Dubai
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