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 1984 Series
Pakistan Won the SeriesEngland concluded a miserable winter by following a 1-0 defeat in New Zealand with the same outcome in Pakistan.
Captain Bob Willis only played in the opening match, which Pakistan won by three wickets.
And his absence due to illness meant the tourists were also deprived of their senior strike bowler.
David Gower took over as skipper for the final two games, but both ended in draws as Pakistan took revenge for a defeat in England two years earlier.
The home side gave debuts to batsman Rameez Raja and wicket-keeper Anil Dalpat in the opening Test at Karachi but it was two established stars who did the damage as England were all out for just 182.
Leg-spinner Abdul Qadir and fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz shared nine wickets between them and half centuries by Salim Malik (74) and Mohsin Khan (54) helped give Pakistan a vital lead of 95, despite 6-65 by Nick Cook.
England lost four wickets achieving parity in their second innings and Gower's second fifty of the game could not prevent them from being dismissed for 159.
The home side needed 65 to win but the match had a final twist as Cook claimed five more wickets to reduce them to 59-7 before they finally limped to victory.
Pakistan chose to bat in the second Test at Faisalabad after winning the toss and proceeded to amass 449-8 declared, with Malik scoring 116 and Wasim Raja hitting an aggressive 112.
Their bowlers could not manage to extract any help from a lifeless pitch, however, as Chris Smith (66) and Mike Gatting (75) replied with a century opening stand for England.
Derek Randall, Graeme Fowler and Vic Marks (83) also passed fifty, the latter sharing a seventh wicket partnership of 167 with Gower, who batted for 426 minutes for his 152.
Gower finally declared on 546-8 and the match came to an end with Pakistan 137-4 in their second innings.
Fowler and Marks produced the only stand of note as England were hustled out for 241 in the third Test at Lahore.
They added 120 for the sixth wicket with Marks, in particular, proving his worth to the side as an off-spinning all-rounder with 74.
Skipper Zaheer's 82 not out was the highlight of the home side's total of 343 but England were in no mood to capitulate.
Qadir took five wickets in their second innings but Gower excelled again to make an unbeaten 173, which was more than half of his team's 344-9 declared.
Pakistan needed 243 for victory and Mohsin Khan gave them a chance with 104, but Norman Cowans took 5-42 and the end came with their score on 217-6.
The tour schedule also included two one-day internationals with Pakistan winning the first by six wickets after restricting England to 184-8 in their 40 overs.
It was a different story in the second game with Pakistan managing just 163-8, despite Saadat Ali carrying his bat for 78, and England knocked off the runs with more than an over to spare, for the loss of four wickets.
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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