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Pakistan needs to earn a psychological advantage

Jun 19, 2001: Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Imtiaz Sipra

Ponting and McGrath rested as Australia and Pakistan clash

Jun 18, 2001: Glenn McGrath and Ricky Ponting are both rested from the NatWest Series encounter between Pakistan and Australia at Trent Bridge


Government intervenes to prevent pitch invasions

Jun 18, 2001: Sports Minister Richard Caborn has stepped in to attempt to prevent any repetition of the events that have marred the NatWest Series games at Edgbaston and Headingley


Security increased at Trent Bridge prior to NatWest Series match

Jun 18, 2001: Security is to be increased at Trent Bridge in preparation for tomorrow's One-Day International between Australia and Pakistan


Captains unite in call for improved ground security

Jun 17, 2001: Rival captains Alec Stewart and Waqar Younis both called for improved security at cricket matches following the pitch invasion at Headingley which left a steward injured in hospital and led to England conceding defeat


Oh golly, what's cricket coming to in England!

Jun 17, 2001: Article: Mudassar Nazar's column on Pak v Eng Match, NWS ODI7

Mudassar Nazar

Waqar and Razzaq steer Pakistan to a fabulous victory

Jun 17, 2001: Pakistan achieved its 3rd splendid win over England at Headingley when they defeated the hosts by an impressive margin of 6 wickets

Rafi Nasim

Tariq's Urdu Review - NatWest 7th ODI

Jun 17, 2001:

Tariq Saeed

Stewart concedes defeat after another pitch invasion

Jun 17, 2001: A pitch invasion in which a ground steward was injured marred the end of England's NatWest Series match against Pakistan at Headingley

Stephen Lamb

Hollioake lifts England after devastating spell by Waqar

Jun 17, 2001: A dashing half-century from Ben Hollioake restored some of England's battered pride at Headingley after a sensational spell of fast bowling by Waqar Younis had reduced the home side to 58 for 7

Stephen Lamb

Most runs in a day's play for Pakistan

Jun 16, 2001: In the recent Old Trafford Test, Pakistan achieved a well-deserved and remarkable victory by 108 runs

Arshad Chughtai

Review of Pakistan v England 2001 test series

Jun 16, 2001: Pakistan won the second Test match of the two-test series at Old Trafford by a convincing margin of 108 runs and levelled the series 1-1

Arshad Chughtai

Tariq's Urdu Review - NatWest 6th ODI

Jun 16, 2001:

Tariq Saeed

Rain dominates: Australia - Pakistan share points

Jun 16, 2001: NatWest Series ODI6: Match Report

Mahmood Ahmad

Cricket aside; this team is a winner in mannerism

Jun 16, 2001: Article: NatWest Series, by Imtiaz Sipra

Imtiaz Sipra

Australia and Pakistan prepare for phoney war

Jun 15, 2001: Australia and Pakistan begin psychological warfare tomorrow in the first of two NatWest Series encounters rendered meaningless before the teams meet in the final at Lord's on June 23


Shakeel's Report - NatWest Series 5th Match

Jun 14, 2001:

Abdul Shakeel

Australia's best is yet to come, warns Waugh

Jun 13, 2001: Australia may have a 100 per cent record in the NatWest Series against England and Pakistan but, worryingly for their opponents, skipper Steve Waugh says his side are still some way off their best


Frustrations mount for England as Pakistan make it two in a row

Jun 13, 2001: Article: Imtiaz Sipra column on Pak v Eng match, NWS ODI4

Imtiaz Sipra

Shoaib Malik fractures his shoulder after the nasty fall at Lord's

Jun 13, 2001: Press Release: Pakistan Cricket Board

Pakistan Cricket Board
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