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England vs. West Indies, 1st Test- England prevail over Windies resistance

Despite of a brave fight back by West Indies, England managed to win the first test match by 5 wickets in the end. When it comes to playing under home conditions, England are probably best in the business and their style of play ensures a tough outing for the visitors. England won the toss and decided to field first. Windies failed to get a good start as seamer James Anderson struck early and made it uneasy for them to score runs. But it was …….

Sri Lanka vs. England, 1st Test, Day 2- Spinners control the course of the match

The second day of the exciting contest between Sri Lanka and England saw complete domination by some artful spin bowling by both the teams. The opening session started with Captain Mahela Jayawardene on the crease playing at 168 after his masterful shot making and his well placed classy innings on the opening day put Sri Lanka in a commanding position. Though there was not much support at the other end as Sri Lanka hurried things and could only add 29 runs before being bowled out for 318. It took only 6.3 over’s for the visitors to wrap up the Sri Lankan innings. Jayawardene (180) was the last man to be ……..

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND 3rd t20 Match- Pieterson guides England to series victory

England ended their UAE tour against Pakistan on a high note by winning a breath taking t20 match on the last ball. A brilliant performance by Kevin Pietersen and bowler Jade Dernbach helped the English Team to seal the three match t20 series against Pakistan in their last game. Kevin Pietersen played a glittering knock of 62 off just 52 balls, not only to pull his team out from the trouble but also to take the teams score to a competitive total of 129. His innings were composed of aggression and composure which also earned him the…………….

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND 2nd t20 match-Debutant Bairstow helps England to level the series

Jonny Bairstow

England bounced back by leveling the three match t20 series against Pakistan in the second match played at Dubai International cricket Stadium, Dubai. It was wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow who made a brilliant maiden international fifty under the flood lights at Dubai International cricket stadium to help England. His innings of an unbeaten 60 off 46 balls was a show of composure and judgment that also earned him Man of Match award in his debut match. England won the toss and Captain Stuart Broad elected to bat first. England got off to a flyer by getting boundaries in quick succession and scored 35 runs in the first four over’s. It was Kevin Pietersen who made 17 off just 13 balls before getting out off Saeed Ajmal in the 5th over. Pakistan came back strongly to dismiss ……………

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND, 3rd ODI- Kevin Peterson’s century seals off the series

Kevin Peterson

Many of his own fans wrote him off, but Kevin Peterson ended his three years century drought by hitting a theatrical ton as England beat Pakistan in the third One Day and also sealing the four match series. Kevin Peterson looked to make a mark and silenced his critics by hitting an impressive ton of 111 runs that came off just 98 balls at a strike rate of 113.26. Meanwhile England Captain Alastair Cook was out on 80 and narrowly missed …………….

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND, 3rd ODI- England crushes Pakistan again

England Captain Alastair Cook’s second consecutive ton helped England snatch another victory against Pakistan. England put up a challenging target of 251 for Pakistan as reliable combination of Alastair Cook and Ravi Bopara came together to ensure the task was never easy for Pakistan. Pakistan were on course for a victory at 207-5 in 44 over’s with Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi at the crease. However …………….

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND: 3rd Test, Day 1- England just manage to get past Pakistan

Cricket fans at Dubai’s International cricket stadium wouldn’t have asked for more drama. Although this may not sound like a Test match score but too much shock and surprise, as many as 16 wickets fell on the Day 1 of the third Test. Pakistan dream of going for a whitewash over got a big blow as they were bundled out for a mere 99. But they came back strongly to destroy England’s batting line up ……………..

PAKISTAN VS ENGLAND: 2nd Test, Day 4- Pakistan spun to a surprise win, shock England

It was a big miracle come true for Misbah-ul-Haq’s Pakistan team, who successfully defended a modest target of 145 and bowled out the World best test team for just 72 to gain an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three match series. On Day 4, as Pakistan was all out for 214, they gave England a relatively easy target of 145 to chase. But Abdur Rehman and Saeed Ajmal bowled out of their skin to reduce England from 56-4 to 72 all out to win the match by 72 runs. England lost the first Test at Dubai by 10 wickets.

Winning the toss, Pakistan decided to bat first on a good batting pitch at Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Both teams made one change to their team. Pakistan brought in Junaid Khan in place of Aizaz Cheema while Chris Tremlett made way for spinner Monty Panesar. Mohammed Hafeez and Taufeeq Umar got to a cautious start……………

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