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Pakistan v England, 4th ODI, Rawalpindi

Harmison doubtful for Rawalpindi clash

Dec 18, 2005: Steve Harmison has emerged as a slight doubt for England's crucial fourth one-day international against Pakistan at Rawalpindi, after missing Sunday's training session with a bout of flu

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England in Pakistan, 2005-06

Inzamam surprised at Pakistan's dominance

Dec 18, 2005: Inzamam-ul-Haq has admitted Pakistan have been surprised at their success against England

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England in Pakistan, 2005-06

Flintoff: England have the energy to win

Dec 17, 2005: Andrew Flintoff has emphasised the importance of staging a comeback against Pakistan in the one-day series to finish the year on a positive note

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England in Pakistan, 2005-06

England can win series - Collingwood

Dec 16, 2005: Paul Collingwood is refusing to give up the one-day series against Pakistan as a lost cause despite England's 165-run drubbing at Karachi

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Pakistan v England, 3rd ODI, Karachi

Akmal leads the charge in thrilling display

Dec 15, 2005: The verdict from the third one-day international at Karachi

The Verdict by Andrew Miller at Karachi

Pakistan v England, 3rd ODI, Lahore

Pakistan surge to crushing 165-run win

Dec 15, 2005: Pakistan completed a crushing 165-run victory over England to take a 2-1 lead in the series

The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson

Pakistan v England, 3rd ODI, Karachi

England prepare for final surge

Dec 14, 2005: England, however, will have to bounce back without the services of their most destructive one-day batsman

Preview by Andrew Miller in Karachi

Pakistan v England, 3rd ODI, Karachi

Security blanket greets England

Dec 13, 2005: More than 3000 police and paramilitary forces will be guarding Karachi's National Stadium ahead of Thursday's ODI

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England in Pakistan, 2005-06

Pietersen forced home by rib injury

Dec 13, 2005: Kevin Pietersen is to fly home from England's one-day series in Pakistan after failing to overcome a rib injury

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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

Pakistan v England, 2nd ODI, Lahore

A wake-up call from revitalised Shoaib

Dec 12, 2005: Andrew Miller's verdict after the second one-dayer at Lahore

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Pakistan v England, 2nd ODI, Lahore

Akmal ton fires Pakistan level

Dec 12, 2005: Pakistan eased to a seven-wicket win in the second one-day international, on the back of Kamran Akmal's second one-day ton, to level the series

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Pakistan v England, 2nd ODI, Lahore

Pakistan look to cash in on Supersub rule

Dec 11, 2005: The preview ahead of the second one-day international at Lahore

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Pakistan v England, 1st ODI, Lahore

Something to write home about

Dec 10, 2005: Andrew Miller's verdict from the first one-dayer at Lahore

The Verdict by Andrew Miller at Lahore

England spinner comes through hip operation

Giles hopes to be fit for India tour

Dec 10, 2005: Ashley Giles has come through his hip operation successfully

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Pakistan v England, 1st ODI, Lahore

Flintoff and Strauss star in England win

Dec 10, 2005: England took a 1-0 series lead by beating Pakistan by 42 runs

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Pakistan v England, 1st ODI, Lahore

Race against time to find the right balance

Dec 9, 2005: The English preview ahead of the five-match one-day series against Pakistan

Andrew Miller at Lahore

Pakistan v England, 1st ODI, Lahore

Time to experiment

Dec 9, 2005: The Pakistan preview ahead of the first one-day international at Lahore

Osman Samiuddin in Lahore

England v Pakistan, 1st ODI, Lahore

Inzamam keen to do well in fund-raiser

Dec 9, 2005: Inzamam-ul-Haq and his teammates are keen to do well in the first one-day international against England on Saturday

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

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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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