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 1973 Series
England won the seriesA tired England squad arrived in Pakistan in March 1973 following defeat in a five-Test series in India.
Previously uncapped Welshman Tony Lewis had been appointed captain for the winter, hitting 125 at Kanpur.
He could not manage to force a victory on the Pakistan leg of the tour, with all three Tests ending drawn.
Dennis Amiss scored 112 on the opening day at Lahore and half centuries by Mike Denness and Keith Fletcher helped England to a total of 355.
Pakistan replied with 422 all out, which was built around 119 by opener Sadiq Mohammed and 102 from Asif Iqbal, with Tony Greig returning the best bowling figures of 4-86.
Intikhab Alam's leg-spin proved the biggest threat to England in their second innings but although he took four wickets, Denness (68), Lewis (74) and Greig (72) saw the total to 306-7.
A declaration left Pakistan an unlikely 240 to win and they reached 124-3 in 38 overs before a halt was called.
England boosted their spin attack for the second Test at Hyderabad with the inclusion of left-armer Norman Gifford.
Amiss made a hundred for the second successive match (158) in a score of 487 but they again trailed on first innings after Mushtaq Mohammed (157) and Intikhab (138) led Pakistan to 569-9 declared.
England lost Amiss and Denness without a run on the board as they struggled to 77-5 but Greig and Knott compiled half centuries in a sixth wicket stand of 112, and the match ended with the tourists on 218-6.
The final match at Karachi also ended in a draw but was remarkable in that three batsmen were dismissed 99.
Majid Khan and Mushtaq both fell one short of a hundred in Pakistan's first innings 445 for five declared, and Amiss suffered the same fate when he was caught by Sarfraz Nawaz off Intikhab.
Lewis contributed 88 to England's 386 all out and Jack Birkenshaw then justified his selection in place of Underwood by taking 5-57, the only five-wicket haul of his Test career.
Gifford did even better with five for 55 as Pakistan were dismissed for 199, but England had no time to chase victory and were 30 for one at the close.
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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