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Second match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Final

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Sixth match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Fifth match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Fourth match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Third match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Tour Summary

The Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

2005: GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

First match

The Pakel GSM Cup

2005: Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Paktel GSM Cup, 2004-05

Brian Murgatroyd

Panel revealed

Waqar on panel to remedy Shoaib's action

Oct 20, 2004: Shoaib Malik to undergo corrective measures on his action after Sri Lanka test series

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

Controversy between chief selector and team management

de Mel's criticism entirely misplaced

Oct 18, 2004: At the moment, Sri Lanka are a side on the rise

Charlie Austin

Captain responds to selector's comments

de Mel's comments spurred the team - Atapattu

Oct 18, 2004: Marvan Atapattu has admitted that the critical comments made by Ashantha de Mel, Sri Lanka┬╣s selection chief, spurred his team on during their Paktel Cup final victory against Pakistan

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan's mental disintegration

A question of mindset

Oct 17, 2004: Woolmer's task at hand would be be to guard against choking under pressure situations

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan bowler cited after Paktel Cup defeat

Shoaib Malik reported for suspect action

Oct 17, 2004: All rounder reported by match officials to the ICC for potentially flawed action

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan's mental disintegration

A question of mindset

Oct 17, 2004: If there was one blot on Bob Woolmer's wonderful record with South Africa, it was the reputation his team earned for choking in crucial contests and situations

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Paktel Cup final, Lahore

Jayasuriya leads the rout of Pakistan

Oct 16, 2004: Dew not a factor as Jayasuriya spins Sri Lanka to victory

Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Paktel Cup, 6th ODI, Lahore

Inzamam steers Pakistan to victory

Oct 14, 2004: Pakistan gained the psychological edge in this dress rehearsal of Saturday's Paktel Cup final as they overhauled Sri Lanka by six wickets with seven balls to spare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Recovered from chest infection

Moin back in the fold

Oct 13, 2004: Moin Khan, who has missed Pakistan's last two matches in the Paktel Cup with a chest inflection, will keep wicket tomorrow in the final group game, which is a dress rehearsal for the final against Sri Lanka after Zimbabwe, the other side

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

Sri Lanka v Zim, Paktel Cup, 5th ODI, Rawalpindi

Washout puts Sri Lanka into finals

Oct 11, 2004: After an interminable delay, the fifth Paktel Cup match, between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, was finally called off without a ball being bowled

The Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Paktel Cup, 4th match, Rawalpindi

Simmons slams his charges

Oct 9, 2004: Sri Lanka made short work of Zimbabwe in the first encounter between the two sides in the Paktel Cup, finishing the match off in less than 52 overs, just over half the scheduled amount

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sri Lanka v Zim, Paktel Cup, 4th match, Rawalpindi

Sri Lanka romp to a quick win

Oct 9, 2004: Sri Lanka made short work of Zimbabwe in the first encounter between the two sides in the Paktel Cup, finishing the match off in less than 52 overs, just over half the scheduled amount

The Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury
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Tournament Results
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore - Oct 16, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 119 runs
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore - Oct 14, 2004
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Rawalpindi - Oct 11, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Rawalpindi - Oct 9, 2004
Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets (with 191 balls remaining)
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Karachi - Oct 6, 2004
Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
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