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Shakeel's Report - NatWest Series Final

Jun 23, 2001:

Abdul Shakeel

Tariq's Urdu Review - NatWest Series Final

Jun 23, 2001:

Tariq Saeed

Australia reign supreme in NatWest Series

Jun 23, 2001: Australia's distinct supremacy prevailed over Pakistan throughout this NatWest Series final, making it clearly one-sided as they coasted to victory by the overwhelming margin of nine wickets

Andy Jalil

Aussies lawnmower Pakistan

Jun 23, 2001: In almost a repeat of the '99 World Cup, the Pakistanis caved in against the Aussies in the NatWest Series, handing them a facile but highly satisfying win

Agha Akbar

Bevan hit in face by beer can during presentations

Jun 23, 2001: More crowd trouble marred Australia's NatWest Series final win at Lord's when a full beer can was hurled on to the balcony during the presentation ceremony and hit Michael Bevan in the face

CricInfo

Review of Pakistan - England one-day internationals in England

Jun 23, 2001: Pakistan did lose the final of the NatWest Series to Australia

Arshad Chughtai

England to name elite one-day squad in World Cup bid

Jun 23, 2001: England are to name an elite squad of 20-25 players who will form the basis of their attempt to win the 2003 World Cup

CricInfo

Pakistan struggling after falling for 152

Jun 23, 2001: Pakistan's innings, in the presence of a full house at Lord's, could be regarded as an anti-climax for the NatWest Series final

Andy Jalil

Keen on running on? - Try the London Marathon

Jun 22, 2001: Article: Imtiaz Sipra from England

Imtiaz Sipra

Stage is set for glorious NatWest Series final

Jun 22, 2001: The stage is set for the clash of the titans at Lord's tomorrow when Australia meet Pakistan in a re-run of the 1999 World Cup final

CricInfo

All in all, a pretty even fight

Jun 22, 2001: Almost two years to date, in a replay of the '99 World Cup final, Pakistan takes on Australia on Saturday for the NatWest Trophy

Agha Akbar

Why I had to to concede a cricket match

Jun 22, 2001: In his latest diary entry for CricInfo, England captain Alec Stewart reflects on a difficult period on the field in the NatWest Triangular Series, and the fresh exchanges with Sir Paul Condon behind the scenes

Alec Stewart

All about the six-wicket ODI club

Jun 22, 2001: On June 19, 2001, during the seventh one-day match (no

Muhammad Asim

ECB and selectors meet to discuss NatWest Series

Jun 22, 2001: England coach Duncan Fletcher and his fellow selectors will meet ECB officials tomorrow to discuss what went wrong in the NatWest Series and see what lessons can be learned

CricInfo

Stewart hopes younger players won't be scarred by experience

Jun 21, 2001: England one-day captain Alec Stewart spoke of his hopes that the side's new players have not been scarred by the experience of losing all six games in the NatWest Series

CricInfo

Can someone tame these ferocious Aussies?

Jun 21, 2001: Article: Mudassar Nazar's column on Eng v Aus match, NWS ODI9

Mudassar Nazar

Tariq's Urdu Review - NatWest 9th ODI

Jun 21, 2001:

Tariq Saeed

Australia sword England by 8 wickets

Jun 21, 2001: In an awe-inspiring performance, Australia inflicted a crushing defeat on England by an enviable margin of 8 wickets

Rafi Nasim

Shakeel's Report - NatWest Series 9th Match

Jun 21, 2001:

Abdul Shakeel

Australia coast to victory over England

Jun 21, 2001: An awesome display by Australia's batsmen condemned England to their 11th successive defeat in limited-overs cricket in a match that was totally dominated by Australia as they coasted to victory by eight wickets

Andy Jalil
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Tournament Results
Australia v Pakistan at Lord's - Jun 23, 2001
Australia won by 9 wickets (with 141 balls remaining)
England v Australia at The Oval - Jun 21, 2001
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 119 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Nottingham - Jun 19, 2001
Pakistan won by 36 runs
England v Pakistan at Leeds - Jun 17, 2001
Pakistan awarded the match (opposition conceded)
Australia v Pakistan at Chester-le-Street - Jun 16, 2001
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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