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New ball wickets give England edge over Pakistan           ABU DHABI: England pacemen James Anderson and Stuart Broad turned the screw on Pakistan's middle order with the new ball on Saturday, dismissing key batsmen in successive overs to leave the hosts on 198 for seven in their second innings at lunch, a lead of 128. The pair acted quickly to dismiss Azhar Ali (68) and Adnan Akmal (13) after England captain Andrew Strauss gave his fast bowlers the new cherry on the fourth morning of the second test. At the interval, Saeed Ajmal (11) and Abdur Rehman (10) had cobbled together a vital 26-run partnership but England remain favourites to square the three-match series, having lost the first test by 10 wickets in Dubai last week. Pakistan had resumed on 125-4, with Ali and Asad Shafiq at the crease after putting on an unbeaten 71 on Friday. The duo were cautious early on, scoring just 11 runs from seven overs, but became ...
Ali departure gives England scent of victory     ABU DHABI: England were closing on a series-levelling win against Pakistan in the second Test after taking the stubborn wicket of Azhar Ali at Abu Dhabi Stadium in Saturday's morning session.   Ali hit a fighting 68 and added 88 for the fifth wicket with Asad Shafiq (43) before England took three wickets before lunch, leaving Pakistan under pressure at 198-7, a lead of 128 with only three wickets intact. Spin duo Abdul Rehman (10) and Saeed Ajmal ...
Pakistan fight hard as England chase win  ABU DHABI: Pakistan were left with a battle to avoid conceding England a series-levelling win after Monty Panesar proved threatening with three wickets in the second Test here on Friday. After Panesar had taken 3-44, it was left to Azhar Ali (46) and Asad Shafiq (35) to put on a 71-run stand for the fifth wicket to lift Pakistan to 125-4 at the close on the third day on a weary Abu Dhabi Stadium pitch. Ali joined ...
Pakistan 198-7 at lunch     ABU DHABI: Pakistan went to lunch at 198-7 on the fourth day of the second Test against England at Abu Dhabi Stadium on Saturday.   They lead by 128 runs with Abdul Rehman (10) and Saeed Ajmal (11) unbeaten at the break. England were aiming to level the three-Test series after losing the first match in Dubai by 10 wickets.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
Broad stuns Pakistan again in Abu Dhabi ABU DHABI: It was 2010 when Stuart Broad made a century against Pakistan in a Test series,yet he stunned here again at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium by his 58 notout Pakistan were pushed back by a spirited counter-attack of Broad giving England a 66-run lead with three wickets remaining by lunch on the third day at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Broad carried the fight to Pakistan from the outset to reach 58 not out from 62 balls. It was 2010 when Stuart ...


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