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Second Test Match

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Cape Town, January 2, 3, 4, 5, 2003

First Test Match

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Durban, December 26, 27, 28, 29, 2002

Fifth One-Day International

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Cape Town, December 18, 2002 (day/night)

Fourth One-Day International

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Paarl, December 16, 2002

Third One-Day International

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At East London, December 13, 2002 (day/night)

Second One-Day International

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Port Elizabeth, December 11, 2002 (day/night)

First One-Day International

South Africa v Pakistan

2004: At Durban, December 8, 2002

Fifth One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Harare, December 1, 2002

Fourth One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Harare, November 30, 2002

Third One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Harare, November 27, 2002

Second One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Bulawayo, November 24, 2002

First One-Day International

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Bulawayo, November 23, 2002

Second Test Match

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Bulawayo, November 16, 17, 18, 19, 2002

First Test Match

Zimbabwe v Pakistan

2004: At Harare, November 9, 10, 11, 12, 2002

The Pakistanis in South Africa and Zimbabwe, 2002-03

2004: The most notoriously unpredictable team in international cricket stretched even their own extremes on this tour

Neil Manthorp and John Ward

South African win takes them to top off ICC Test Championship

Jan 5, 2003: "A clinical and professional performance plus a proud moment," was the way Shaun Pollock summed up the feelings of the team after winning the second Castle Lager/MTN Test against Pakistan by an innings and 142 runs in Cape Town and in so doing

Keith Lane

Pakistan head for defeat as fourteen wickets fall

Jan 4, 2003: Having batted well through 45 overs at the end of day two, Pakistan started day three with a lot of promise, but once the new ball was taken Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini ripped the heart out of the batting, taking six wickets for the addition of

Keith Lane

Taufeeq leads Pakistan revival

Jan 3, 2003: It was a full day of absorbing Test cricket at Newlands after South Africa declared at tea on a daunting 620 for seven, and Pakistan fought back to end on 141 for 1.

Suhael Ahmed

Gibbs and Smith hammer Pakistan into submission at Newlands

Jan 2, 2003: Records may have tumbled during the Second Castle Lager/MTN Test between South Africa and Pakistan in Cape Town, but the day belonged to Herschelle Gibbs who walked off the lush Newlands turf on cloud nine as he waved to an appreciative crowd

Keith Lane

South African squad for 2nd Pakistan Test

Dec 31, 2002: The South African cricket selection panel have named the following squad to play Pakistan in the 2nd Castle Lager/MTN Test match at Newlands, Cape Town from the 2nd to the 6th January 2003

UCBSA Press Release
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Tour Results
India v Pakistan at Centurion - Mar 1, 2003
India won by 6 wickets (with 26 balls remaining)
Netherlands v Pakistan at Paarl - Feb 25, 2003
Pakistan won by 97 runs
England v Pakistan at Cape Town - Feb 22, 2003
England won by 112 runs
Namibia v Pakistan at Kimberley - Feb 16, 2003
Pakistan won by 171 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Johannesburg - Feb 11, 2003
Australia won by 82 runs
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