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Michael Holding sends Alan Knott's middle stump cartwheeling

England v West Indies, fifth Test, The Oval, 1976

'The pain was incredible'

A look back to an England-West Indies classic from 33 years ago

They've improved rapidly, and Pakistan won't treat them lightly

Ireland are proof that the system is working

Ireland have benefited from ICC's high-performance programme and will offer Pakistan a real contest

Bob Woolmer looks at where West Indies took the match away from Pakistan

'Our running leaves a lot to be desired'

West Indies rose to the occasion and played with pride, passion and steel. Pakistan's effort was good for they worked hard all the time but in the end it wasn't enough

Pakistan in South Africa, 2006-07

Close but no cigar

Bob Woolmer reviews Pakistan's Test performances against South Africa

A Pakistan win proved both the sceptics and statisticians wrong

Turning a corner

It was tense on the last afternoon but in the end the difference was that cameo of pure genius by Inzi. Deservedly, he was presented with both "his best win" and the match award.

Pakistan's success in South Africa will depend on how they adapt to conditions

A tough task ahead

Looking at Pakistan's previous record, and indeed having been the coach of the South Africa team during two of those series, the task ahead for this Pakistan side is a difficult one.

Islam helped Yousuf focus his talent and work ethic

Hard work and a hunger for runs

Yousuf and I have worked on his balance and the ability to play the left arm in-swing bowler and in both we've been successful

Bob Woolmer Column

Coaching the uncoached

Bob Woolmer on the differences in coaching in the subcontinent

Champions Trophy 2006-07

Powerplay changes one-day cricket

The ICC Champions Trophy is a tougher version of the World Cup because you are pitted against the world in a compressed time frame and format. The first three games are vital and you have to hit the ground running