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 1977 - 78 Series
Test Series Draw & England won the one-day seriesLimited-overs internationals were included in England's itinerary for the first time in Pakistan as Mike Brearley brought his Ashes-winners to visit.
They were stifled by the pitches as the three Tests all ended in draws but England won the one-day series 2-1.
Brearley missed the final Test after his arm was broken by a ball from Sikander Bahkt during a warm-up game.
The opening encounter at Lahore saw Mudassar Nazar compile the slowest hundred in Test history.
Pakistan spent the best part of three days reaching 407-9 declared.
Mudassar was eventually caught and bowled by Geoff Miller for 114 after 557 minutes at the crease and there was also a century for Haroon Rashid (122).
England's top order failed with the exception of Geoff Boycott, who made 63, but Miller played the best innings of his career in making 98 before he ran out of partners.
They were all out for 288 but in no danger of defeat as the match petered out with Pakistan 106-3 in their second innings.
The opening one-day match took place at Sahiwal with Javed Miandad's 77 not out the top score for Pakistan in their 206-6 in 35 overs.
Brian Rose hit 54 for England and Ian Botham ended the match with a six as they made 212-7 to win by three wickets.
Superb bowling by John Lever, who took 3-128 in six overs, saw Pakistan all out for 151 in the second game at Sialkot and England knocked off the runs for the loss of only four wickets, with Derek Randall 51 not out at the finish.
The Test series resumed at Hyderabad with Pakistan again batting first, but they were dismissed for 275 despite 108 by Haroon.
Boycott batted with typical resolve to make 79 but England were undone by leg-spinner Abdul Qadir, whose 6-44 helped give his team an 84-run first innings lead.
Fifties by Mudassar and Javed Miandad enabled Pakistan reach 259-4 declared but they were unable to part Boycott and Brearley before the end of the fourth day's play.
The pair extended their partnership to 185 on the final day before Brearley was caught for 74, but the match was almost over and only one more run was added with Boycott finishing exactly 100 not out.
The team returned to Lahore for the final one-day game and Pakistan prevented a clean sweep with a 36-run victory.
They only made 158-6 in their 35 overs, but England were shot out for 122 with Graham Roope's 37 the top score.
A youthful Mike Gatting was given his Test debut by England in the final match at Karachi but contributed only five to their first innings total of 266.
They were on the receiving end of six lbw decisions in the course of the innings, which equalled the then Test record.
Pakistan were unable to press home their advantage, however, as Middlesex spinner Phil Edmonds claimed 7-66 in 33 overs, the best figures of his England career.
They were all out for 281 but the weather ensured there would be no positive result and the home side used 10 bowlers as England, being led by Boycott in Brearley's absence, finished on 222-5.
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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