Posts Tagged Pakistan-in-England-2006

Shoaib opts to sit out of last ODI due to injury scare

September 11, 2006 | General | | No Comments

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Shoaib Akhtar’s suspect fitness was highlighted again on Sunday when the comeback speedster opted out of the final one-dayer against England at Edgbaston because of a knee injury.

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Shoaib Malik gets backing despite lacklustre performance

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

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Pakistan’s out-of-form batsman Shoaib Malik dropped from the playing line-up from the final one-day match against England here on Sunday got a word of support from one of the country’s batting legends.

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Bell, Lewis and Akhtar shine in the drawn series

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

England-Pakistan 2006 ODI Series Averages

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Most forties in ODI’s

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

Inzamam-ul-Haq’s third successive forty-plus score of the series at Nottingham the other day, was his 29th score of nervous 40’s (40 to 49) in ODI’s. This is now the second highest number of forties in ODI’s by any batsman after Jonty Rhodes of South Africa. In addition to 28 forties, Inzi has also scored 83 fifties in ODI’s. For readers’ interest the accompanying table list players with 21 or more 40s in ODI’s.

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Same side for consecutive ODI’s

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

Pakistan went into the fourth ODI against England at Edgbaston with the same side that played the first match of the series at Cardiff. This provided only the sixth instance in the annals of Pakistan cricket when the same side played four more consecutive one-day internationals. Such has been the fascination of change in Pakistan team that out of 640 ODI’s they have played so far, only 83 occasions have been recorded when the same team was kept for two or more matches. For reader’s interest the accompanying tables have the complete details.

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Most runs off an over in ODI’s

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

Abdul Razzaq’s blitzkrieg at Trent Bridge gave a real boost to Pakistani total as 48 runs came off the last two overs. Sajid Mahmood who bowled the penultimate over was smashed for 26 runs thanks to some splendid batting by Razzaq. This provided only the 28th instance in the annals of ODI’s when 26 or more runs were scored off an over. It was also the seventh such instance for Pakistan. While, Sajid equalled the record of conceding most runs in an over by an English bowler, previously held by Graham Gooch. For reader’s interest the accompanying tables have the complete details.

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Collingwood Completes 100 ODI’s

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

Paul Collingwood completed his 100th ODI when England met Pakistan in the fifth and final game of the series at Edgbaston. He is the 11th Englishman to reach this milestone. It took Collingwood five years and 95 days to reach this milestone. The table below shows most capped players for England in ODI’s.

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Inzamam urges troops to pull their socks up for final thrust

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

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An unexpected drubbing at the hands of England at Trent Bridge has forced Pakistan to revise their strategy ahead of the fifth and final One-day International (ODI) here at Edgbaston today (Sunday).

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Inzamam blames poor batting for Trent Bridge loss

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

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The Pakistan cricket team’s captain Inzamam-ul-Haq blamed his batsmen for the crushing defeat at the hands of England in the fourth One-day International (ODI) at Trent Bridge on Friday, saying that they should have put on atleast 270 plus on the scoreboard.

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Strauss wants no let-up after Nottingham win

September 10, 2006 | General | | No Comments

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England captain Andrew Strauss told his players not to drop their standards after they achieved a rare one-day International (ODI) victory which gave them a chance of squaring their series against Pakistan.

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