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The men in green to take down England tonight On today, Pakistan team will take on England in the 1st T20 of 3-match series at Dubai international Cricket stadium, Dubai.Pakistan won the three-Test series 2-0 under Misbah ul Haq’s captaincy but England bounced back to take the One-Day International series 3-1. According to media reports, Shahid Afridi said, “We want to settle down before the World Twenty20. Besides that we are ranked No. 2, so it's an important series for us in many ways and we will do our best to win it”.The men in green are not short of quality players in their squad as they have experienced players such as Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Umar Akmal alongside charismatic T20 skipper Afridi, who needs to deliver in the T20 series. However, England, which won the ICC World T20 in 2010, is ranked No. 8 in the shortest format but Trevor Bayliss, the coach, believes its success in the ...

India sense victory after South Africa crumble NAGPUR: India need eight wickets to clinch the four-test series against South Africa after their spinners, led by Ravichandran Ashwin, wreaked havoc on a turning track on the second day of the third test on Thursday.Shot out for 79 in their first innings earlier in the day, South Africa returned to chase a 310-run victory target on a manic day when 20 wickets tumbled on a fast-deteriorating surface at the VCA Stadium.The tourists, who trail ...
India set South Africa 310 runs to win third Test NAGPUR: South Africa were set a target of 310 runs to win the third Test in Nagpur after India were bowled out for 173 after tea on the second day on Thursday.Shikhar Dhawan top-scored with 39 while leg-spinner Imran Tahir grabbed five wickets for 38 runs. South Africa, replying to India's first innings total of 215, were earlier shot out for 79 in 33.1 on the dusty pitch at the VCA stadium.South Africa need a ...
The show must go on: Afridi ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Twenty20 skipper Shahid Afridi believes the show must go on referring to the Pak-India series but said it will be great if India tours Pakistan in this difficult time for support.Afridi said wherever and whenever a series is played the show must go on, irrespective of politics. Speaking about the options to a possible series between the arch-rivals in Sri Lanka next month, Afridi said "I think cricket should go on between Pakistan ...
India tighten screws on South Africa NAGPUR: India seized control of the third Test in Nagpur on Thursday after spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja shot South Africa out for a record low of 79, the lowest total ever against India.Ashwin finished with five for 32 and Jadeja took four for 33 on a dusty surface at the VCA stadium to give the hosts a 136-run lead over their first innings score of 215.India, who lead the four-match series 1-0, went ...
Inzamam shows resistance towards Amir Pakistan’s former batsman Inzamam ul Haq has advised the PCB to keep away tainted pacer Muhammad Amir from the national team.According to media reports Inzamam said, “I don’t think it would be a good idea to allow either Amir or the two other players involved in the spot fixing scandal back into the Pakistan team”.“I just feel that if Amir is selected again for the national team it will divert the focus of the other ...
Afridi keen to play Indo-Pak series Bilateral series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, Twenty20 skipper Shahid Afridi has expressed that Indo-Pak series important for both countries, saying wherever and whenever a series is played the show must go on, irrespective of politics.According to local media reports, Afridi said, “Cricket should go on, it develops good relations and public from both sides want to watch the game," said Afridi. "It should be separate from politics; both teams should always be ready”.Afridi added, ...


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