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England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Edgbaston

Strauss looks at the road ahead

Sep 11, 2006: Andrew Strauss took heart from England's series-leveling win against Pakistan at Edgbaston yesterday and said his team had turned a corner in the right direction

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England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Edgbaston

Mahmood stars as England level series

Sep 10, 2006: Sajid Mahmood followed his most impressive one-day international bowling performance with a calm, matchwinning innings as England levelled the series by three wickets at Edgbaston

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Pakistan in England, 2006

Woolmer expects close World Cup

Sep 9, 2006: Bob Woolmer, the Pakistan coach, believes next year's World Cup in West Indies will be the one of the most open in the competition's history

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England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Edgbaston

Collingwood reaches one-day milestone

Sep 9, 2006: Following England's eight-wicket win at Trent Bridge the final match of a long international summer has plenty riding on it at Edgbaston

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England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Trent Bridge

'Relieved' Strauss calls for more

Sep 9, 2006: Andrew Strauss, England's stand-in captain, has urged his team-mates not to let their guard down following an eight-wicket win over Pakistan at Trent Bridge

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England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Trent Bridge

Bell guides England to rare win

Sep 8, 2006: England gained their first one-day victory of the summer over major opposition as Andrew Strauss and Ian Bell completed a supremely professional eight-wicket win

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

The Friday column

England's dismal ODI stats, and Younis steps up

Sep 8, 2006: In their last 20 one-day matches, England have lost 15 and won four. The Numbers Game looks at the areas where England have been outplayed by the opposition

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England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Trent Bridge

Strauss offers Trescothick support

Sep 7, 2006: Andrew Strauss has backed Marcus Trescothick to play a full part in the Ashes series despite his withdrawal from the Champions Trophy squad

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The Lowdown - Graham Onions

A solution to England's one-day pickle?

Sep 6, 2006: The Lowdown on Graham Onions, who has been drafted into England's one-day squad

Andrew McGlashan

Speed wants 'a fair hearing'

ICC consider use of forensic tests

Sep 6, 2006: The ICC have suggested that forensic tests may be conducted on the ball used in the controversial Oval Test to ensure a fair hearing for the Pakistan captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq, which is due to take place at the end of September

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Top Performer - Shoaib Akhtar

Back from the periphery

Sep 6, 2006: Osman Samiuddin gives the Lowdown on Shoaib Akhtar

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England v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, The Rose Bowl

Akhtar cleared of wrongdoing

Sep 5, 2006: Shoaib Akhtar and the rest of the Pakistan team were cleared of any wrongdoing after a controversial incident during the third one-day international against England at the Rose Bowl

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England v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, The Rose Bowl

Experience counts for Pakistan

Sep 5, 2006: A superbly crafted hundred from Younis Khan defied an improved all-round performance from England, as Pakistan won their second game on the trot to take a 2-0 series lead

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ICC Champions Trophy 2006

Onions eyes Champions Trophy berth

Sep 5, 2006: Graham Onions, the Durham bowler, wants to force his way into England's Champions Trophy plans

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ICC chief unhappy with remarks

Angry Speed issues warning to Inzamam

Sep 4, 2006: Malcolm Speed, the ICC's chief executive, issued a terse warning to Inzamam-ul-Haq over making public comments about incidents at The Oval pending the ICC's Code of Conduct hearing.

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Pakistan in England, 2006

Inzamam warns of complacency

Sep 4, 2006: Inzamam-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, has warned his players against complacency after a forceful start in the one-day series, saying that England were capable of staging a comeback in their own backyard.

Khalid Hussain

The Oval fiasco

PCB call in Procter as witness

Sep 4, 2006: Pakistan have included the Oval Test's match referee Mike Proctor as one of their witnesses in the ball tampering case and are hoping that his presence would enhance the chances of Inzamam-ul-Haq escaping an ICC ban.

Pakistan in England, 2006

Pakistan stronger after Oval - Younis

Sep 4, 2006: Younis Khan, the Pakistan vice-captain, believes the team are stronger in the wake of the fourth Test forfeiture which rocked international cricket.

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Pakistan in England, 2006

Gough out of one-day series

Sep 3, 2006: Darren Gough has been ruled out of the remainder of the Natwest Series due to an injured left shin

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England v Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Lord's

'We have a decent chance of bouncing back' - Strauss

Sep 3, 2006: Andrew Strauss insisted England would be a "lot better" by the time of next year's World Cup after they slumped to the eighth limited-overs defeat of his captaincy

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Tour Results
England v Pakistan at Birmingham - Sep 10, 2006
England won by 3 wickets (with 114 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Nottingham - Sep 8, 2006
England won by 8 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Southampton - Sep 5, 2006
Pakistan won by 2 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Lord's - Sep 2, 2006
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 20 balls remaining) (D/L method)
England v Pakistan at Cardiff - Aug 30, 2006
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