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Overhaul of stadia affected by busy season

Cluttered home season hampers venue renovation

Jun 15, 2007: The PCB's plan to renovate five major stadiums is likely to run into problems as Pakistan gets set to embark on a busy season

ESPNcricinfo staff

India in Pakistan, 2005-06

Pak-India Tests in Punjab may start early

Dec 27, 2005: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is already worried about the effect the prevailing winter season in the Punjab will have to the first two Tests against India in Lahore and Faisalabad in January

Daily News

1987

Fury in Faisalabad

Nov 26, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back at what was probably the most acrimonious Test of all time

Martin Williamson

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

Gas cylinder blast adds to drama

Nov 21, 2005: A powerful explosion in a gas cylinder inside a drinks dispenser on the boundary edge disrupted play on the second day at Faisalabad

Osman Samiuddin in Faisalabad

Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Faisalabad

A battle to watch the Test

Oct 22, 2004: Spectators unhappy with handling of ticket sales

Wisden Cricinfo staff

PCB's one-day event confined to four cities

Feb 8, 2001: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confined the one-day tournament for departmental teams to only four stadia of the country while ignoring main venues like Gaddafi Stadium (Lahore), National Stadium (Karachi), Pindi Stadium (Rawalpindi) and Arbab

The test heading for a draw

Dec 2, 2000: The citizens of Faisalabad showed much more enthusiasm for the Test between England and Pakistan than the people of other towns where the matches were held earlier

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

Pakistan: Stadium being spruced up

Nov 24, 2000: Faisalabad: Final touches are being given to the Iqbal Stadium for the second Test match between Pakistan and England, beginning here on Nov 29

Shamsul Islam Naz

That picture - Faisalabad 13 years on

Oct 29, 2000: The picture that forever froze the confrontation between England captain Mike Gatting and Pakistani umpire Shakoor Rana in the Faisalabad Test in 1987 has become one of the most widely published and highest earning sports images ever captured

Kate Laven

Widen Cricketers' Almanack

England in Pakistan 1987-88

1989: Martin Johnson the Faisalabad Test of 1987-88

Martin Johnson
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