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Pakistan v England, 1st Test, Multan, 2005-06

A kind of frenzy

Dec 5, 2010: When Pakistan switched themselves on and turned, all guns blazing, on England

Osman Samiuddin

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - December 19 to December 21

A memorable bridge-building act

Dec 19, 2005: Andrew Miller's diary from Pakistan for the week ending December 25

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - December 12 to December 18

Back where we started

Dec 12, 2005: Andrew Miller's diary from Pakistan for the week ending December 18

England's Asian travel woes

Cabin fever or siege mentality?

Dec 9, 2005: With the one-day series in Pakistan and the tour of India to follow, England must quickly learn to open their minds to South Asia, otherwise this winter will prove to be as fruitless as the summer was fruitful, says Kamran Abbasi

Kamran Abbasi

England in Pakistan 2005-06

Battle for No.2

Dec 7, 2005: Another series involving England has just ended, and Pakistan have stolen the headlines by winning their first Test series in two years

Sambit Bal

Rameez Raja talks to Cricinfo

'Factions are a thing of the past'

Dec 6, 2005: Rameez Raja talks to Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - November 28 to December 4

Kabbadi, football and ... biscuits

Nov 30, 2005: Andrew Miller's diary from Pakistan for the week ending December 4

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - November 21 to November 27

Peacockery, posturing and patriotism

Nov 23, 2005: The crowd is invariably the best indicator of an occasion. And how they reacted to an explosion in the stands ...

Pakistan v England, 2nd Test, Faisalabad, 2nd day

An affront to cricket

Nov 21, 2005: Inzamam-ul-Haq's dismissal at Faisalabad should be put down to plain ignorance with of lack of knowledge of cricket's laws from the men appointed to implement it

Sambit Bal

Pakistan v England, 2nd Test, Faisalabad

Not such a graveyard for fast bowlers

Nov 19, 2005: A lowdown on Faisalabad, the venue of the second Test between Pakistan and England

ESPNcricinfo staff

Pakistan v England, 1st Test, Multan, 5th day

Having England's batsmen in a spin

Nov 16, 2005: How Danish Kaneria demolished England

On the Ball with S Rajesh

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - November 14 to November 20

Rana and Gatt and all that

Nov 16, 2005: Andrew Miller's Pakistan diary for the week ending November 20

Andrew Miller

Pakistan's thinning spectator numbers

An 8000-strong multitude

Nov 14, 2005: Eight thousand isn't exactly the intimidating throng but those familiar with downwardly spiraling spectator numbers in Pakistan will think it heaven-sent

Osman Samiuddin at Multan

Hasan Raza survives the sieve of Pakistani selection

Return of the prodigal

Nov 12, 2005: Incredulously, given Pakistan's not unjust reputation for wanton squandering of talent, Hasan Raza is still around

Osman Samiuddin

England in Pakistan 2005-06

Trial by spin

Nov 10, 2005: Slow tracks, knee-high balls, a steady diet of spin - these are some of the conditions England will probably have to conquer to walk away with their second consecutive series victory in Pakistan

S Rajesh

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - November 7 to November 13

A nice cup of tea and a sit-down

Nov 8, 2005: Andrew Miller's Pakistan diary for the week ending November 13

Andrew Miller

The plodder's tale

England's answer to the 'mystery-spinner'

Nov 5, 2005: First and foremost, however, Giles is here as a bowler, and potentially, a series-winning one as well

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller's Pakistan tour diary - December 4 to December 11

Cricket in Asia is supreme...sometimes

Nov 4, 2005: Andrew Miller's diary from Pakistan for the week ending December 11

Danish Kaneria remains a matchwinner for Pakistan

Shock, stock and spin

Nov 3, 2005: From five years ago, England will find a changed Kaneria. He has improved, sharply in the last year, and unsurprisingly, for a successful legspinner, he doesn't lack for confidence. In his breakthrough series last year against Australia - 15 wickets and R

Osman Samiuddin

England in Pakistan 2005-06

The giant and the giantkiller

Oct 28, 2005: Two contrasting captains begin a mouth-watering series with plenty to prove. Who will come out on top between Michael Vaughan and Inzamam-ul-Hag, asks Jamie Alter

Jamie Alter
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Tour Results
Pakistan v England at Rawalpindi - Dec 21, 2005
England won by 6 runs
Pakistan v England at Rawalpindi - Dec 19, 2005
Pakistan won by 13 runs
Pakistan v England at Karachi - Dec 15, 2005
Pakistan won by 165 runs
Pakistan v England at Lahore - Dec 12, 2005
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 36 balls remaining)
Pakistan v England at Lahore - Dec 10, 2005
England won by 42 runs
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