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Last Pakistan-England ODI at 4pm today  KARACHI: Pakistan will play England in the last match of the One-day International series today in Dubai, according to the media on Teusday. The match will be broadcast live by PTV Sports at 4pm. England has a 3-0 lead in the series.             Copyright Business Recorder, 2012   ...
Pietersen, Cook guide England to series win    DUBAI: Kevin Pietersen hit his eighth one-day hundred while Alastair Cook missed a third consecutive century as England crushed Pakistan by nine wickets in the third day-night match on Saturday. The 31-year-old Pietersen notched an unbeaten 98-ball 111 while opening partner Cook hit 80 to help their team overhaul a modest 223-run target set by Pakistan with 12.4 overs to spare at Dubai Stadium. The victory gave England an unassailable 3-0 win in the series, with the ...
England beat Pakistan in second one-dayer  ABU DHABI: England, lifted by Alastair Cook's 102, beatPakistan by 20 runs in the second day-night international here on Wednesday to take a 2-0 lead in the four-match series. Complete scoreboard: England A. Cook c and b Afridi 102 K. Pietersen lbw b Ajmal 26 J. Trott c Umar b Cheema 23 R. Bopara c Umar b Cheema 58 E. Morgan not out 25 Extras: (b1, lb5, w10) 16 Total: (for four wickets) 250 Fall of wickets: 1-67 (Pietersen), 2-116 (Trott), 3-194 (Cook), 4-250 (Bopara) Bowling: ...
Cook ABU DHABI: Captain Alastair Cook's simple recipe of playing hard has exposed cracks in the Pakistan team, leaving England with an invincible 2-0 lead after their 20-run win in the second day-night match.   Pakistan, who blanked England 3-0 in the preceding Test series, looked disjointed in the first two matches and now need to win the remaining two on Saturday and Tuesday, both in Dubai. Pakistan failed to chase a target of 261 in the first match ...
England win toss, bat against Pakistan in 2nd ODI ABU DHABI: England captain Alastair Cook won a second consecutive toss and decided to bat in the second day-night international against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi Stadium here on Wednesday. Pakistan were forced to make three changes after losing Monday's first match here by a big 130-run margin, leaving out batsmen Asad Shafiq and Shoaib Malik and paceman Wahab Riaz to bring in Azhar Ali, Aizaz Cheema and Abdul Rehman. England were unchanged from the first one-day international. Pakistan: ...


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