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Pakistan preparing to whitewash England in series KARACHI: It looks like the world No.1 Test team England could face a whitewash at the hands of Pakistan. Defeat in the second Test left England with no excuse but more pressure from the home country followers and media Pakistan who emerged victorious in both Test matches eager to clinch the series, this could be the best result for Pakistan in recent time and also for Misbah’s captaincy. Mohsin Hassan Khan the interim coach said, "I think this team has the capacity to become the world's best team." Statistical Comparison of Pakistan Top order Batsman Match No.1 Dubai International Cricket Ground Match No.2 Abu Dhabi Cricket Ground Batsman First Inning Second Inning First Inning Second Inning M.Hafeez 88 15* 31 22 Toufeeq Umar 58 0* 16 7 Azhar Ali 1 NB 24 68 Younis Khan 37 NB 24 1 Misbah 52 ...
England misery continues KARACHI: Despite all efforts and a winning position England lost the second Test brutally by Pakistan at the Sheikh Zaid Cricket Ground in Abu Dhabi. England batsmen failed in the first Test match against Saeed Ajmal’s superb bowling though they recovered well in the first innings of the second but all came to nothing and everything went astray when a nominal target could not be accomplished by English players Here are some statistical facts of England ...
Pakistan beat England by 72 runs in second Test  ABU DHABI: Pakistan beat England by 72 runs in the second Test at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium here on Saturday, to take a 2-0 lead in the three-Test series. England were shot out for their lowest Test score of 72 against Pakistan in all Tests. Left-arm spinner Abdul Rehman took six wickets. Pakistan won the first Test by ten wickets in Dubai. The third Test will be played in Dubai from February 3.         Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012   ...
Pakistan humiliate England to take series  ABU DHABI: Left-arm spinner Abdul Rehman took a career best 6-25 to help Pakistan humble England by 72 runs in the second Test here on Saturday, to give them an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. The 31-year-old twice took two wickets in successive overs to dent England's chase after they were set a 145-run target on a weary fourth day Abu Dhabi Stadium pitch, bowling them out for 72 - their lowest against Pakistan ...
England need 145 to win second Test     ABU DHABI: England were left to chase a 145-run target for a series-levelling win in the second Test after Pakistan were bowled out for 214 in their second innings at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Saturday.   Left-arm spinner Monty Panesar finished with 6-62. Pakistan won the first of three Tests in Dubai by ten wickets.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...


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