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Australia v Pakistan

2005:

Third Match

Australia v Pakistan

2005:

Second Match

Australia v India

2005:

First Match

India v Pakistan

2005:

Tour Summary

Videocon Cup, 2004

2005: A review of the Videocon series, 2004

The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Gushing success or damp squib?

Sep 4, 2004: The inaugural Videocon Cup in Amsterdam got off to a flyer on August 21 as two old enemies, India and Pakistan, clashed in a 10,000 sellout at Amstelveen, with Pakistan emerging victorious in an entertaining tussle.

Jenny Thompson

The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Gushing success or damp squib?

Sep 3, 2004: The inaugural Videocon Cup in Amsterdam got off to a flyer on August 21 as two old enemies, India and Pakistan, clashed in a 10,000 sellout at Amstelveen, with Pakistan emerging victorious in an entertaining tussle.

Jenny Thompson

The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Gushing success or damp squib?

Sep 3, 2004: The inaugural Videocon Cup in Amsterdam got off to a flyer on August 21 as two old enemies, India and Pakistan, clashed in a 10,000 sellout at Amstelveen, with Pakistan emerging victorious in an entertaining tussle.

Jenny Thompson

The aftermath of defeat

Bari lets loose at Shepherd

Aug 29, 2004: Wasim Bari, the chairman of Pakistan's selection committee, has launched a scathing attack on the 63-year-old David Shepherd following Pakistan's narrow defeat

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v Pakistan, Final, Videocon Cup, Amsterdam

Ponting eyes Champions Trophy glory

Aug 29, 2004: After edging out Pakistan in the final of the Videocon Cup in Amstelveen, Ricky Ponting reckoned that Australia were in fine shape to go on to England and annex the ICC Champions Trophy, the one bauble missing from a glittering trophy cabinet

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v Pakistan, Final, Videocon Cup, Amsterdam

Little earthquakes

Aug 28, 2004: Both teams could take positives out of a tense encounter played out in conditions that are fast becoming alien to one-day cricket

Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

More weight taken off the umpires

Captains okay greater use of technology

Aug 28, 2004: In a survey conducted by the ICC, technology has found favour with most international captains, who believe that it will result in better decision-making by umpires

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v Pakistan, Final, Videocon Cup, Amsterdam

Australia clinch a low-scoring thriller

Aug 28, 2004: Australia sneaked a 17-run win over Pakistan in a low-scoring final and proved that they had the determination and nous to pull off victories even in conditions that did not suit them

Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Videocon Cup

Boards face severe losses if final is abandoned

Aug 27, 2004: The final of the Videocon Cup may be another rain-hit affair and the boards of the three participating countries are likely to incur severe losses as a result

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v Pakistan, Videocon Cup final, Amstelveen

Woolmer exudes confidence ahead of final

Aug 27, 2004: Bob Woolmer believes that Pakistan can beat Australia in the final of the Videocon Cup in Amsterdam tomorrow

AAP

The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Australia turn down rescheduling proposal

Aug 26, 2004: Despite a rain-sodden start to the triangular tournament in Amstelveen, in which two of the three fixtures have been washouts, Australia have rejected a proposal to reschedule their matches against India and Pakistan

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Spreading virus hits India further

Viral fever strikes Tendulkar, Dravid and Shoaib Akhtar

Aug 26, 2004: Sachin Tendulkar will not have fond memories of this tour of Holland

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Spreading virus hits India further

Viral fever strikes Tendulkar, Dravid and Shoaib Akhtar

Aug 26, 2004: Sachin Tendulkar will not have fond memories of this tour of Holland

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v Australia, Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Aug 25, 2004: Torrential rain, and a flooded outfield caused Australia's match against Pakistan to be abandoned without a ball being bowled

Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia in India 2004-05

Ponting and Ganguly look ahead to the Test series

Aug 25, 2004: The Videocon Cup has been touted as a dress rehearsal for the Champions Trophy in England, but India and Australia are looking a step further

Wisden Cricinfo staff
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Tournament Results
Australia v Pakistan at Amstelveen - Aug 28, 2004
Australia won by 17 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Amstelveen - Aug 25, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Australia v India at Amstelveen - Aug 23, 2004
No result
India v Pakistan at Amstelveen - Aug 21, 2004
Pakistan won by 66 runs (D/L method)
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