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Pakistan Cricket Board release Pybus from coaching job

Dec 4, 1999: Karachi, Dec 3: Pakistan sacked its fourth cricket team coach this year when Richard Pybus was shown the door barely 36 hours after the squad's return from a disastrous tour of Australia

Samiul Hasan

Richard Pybus released as Pakistan coach

Dec 3, 1999: Pakistan Cricket Board Ad-hoc Committee has released foreign Coach Richard Pybus after the conclusion of the first leg of the Australia Tour

PCB Media Release

Aussie team reprimanded over sledging

Dec 3, 1999: Karachi, Dec 2: Pakistan manager Yawar Saeed on Thursday said the Australian team was severely reprimanded for sledging by Match Referee John Reid during the three-Test series that concluded on Sunday

Tour preparations were inadequate: Pybus

Dec 3, 1999: Karachi, Dec 2: Pakistan coach Richard Pybus accepted the responsibility of cricket team's disastrous performance in Australia but emphasised that preparations for the tour were inadequate

Pakistan's show below par against Australia: Wasim

Dec 3, 1999: Lahore, Dec 2: A below par performance in all departments of the game brought 0-3 whitewash of the Pakistan cricket team in Test series in Australia

Wasim avoids media as team returns

Dec 2, 1999: Lahore, Dec 1: Pakistan captain Wasim Akram refused to talk to the media as his team returned from Down Under after suffering a white-wash in the three-Test series

Mohammad Yaqoob

Team was not prepared for Test series: Yawar Saeed

Dec 2, 1999: Perth, Dec 1: With the end of Pakistan's disappointing tour of Australia, the Pakistan team manager, Yawar Saeed, gave his personal impressions and answered questions to Dawn shortly before the team's departure from Perth

A. Jalil

Pakistan shows concern over Aussies sledging

Dec 1, 1999: Karachi, Nov 30: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has officially complained to their Australian counterparts on persistent sledging by its players during three-Test series that concluded recently

Pakistan team returns on Wednesday

Nov 30, 1999: Karachi, Nov 29: The Pakistan cricket team returns from the tour of Australia on Wednesday, officials announced on Monday

ACB backs players

Nov 29, 1999: Australian Cricket Board Chief Executive, Malcolm Speed, strongly backed the Australian players, after the team was linked to comments heard in an effects microphone during the Hobart Test

Australian Cricket Board

Alas, they had noted the pace and bounce of wicket

Nov 29, 1999: Perth, Nov 28: Australia truncated proceedings in the final Test bringing the curtain down on the series shortly before tea on the third day

A. Jalil

Hopes of salvaging Test dashed

Nov 28, 1999: Perth, Nov 27: Any hopes that Pakistan might have entertained of salvaging something from this final Test diminished rapidly as the match progressed on the second day

A Jalil

ICC match referee's statment on Akram-Warne incident

Nov 27, 1999: Result of the hearing held concerning the charging of Mohammad Akram under clauses 2 & 4 of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct

ICC

Trials and tribulations continue

Nov 27, 1999: Perth, Nov 26: The trials and tribulations of Pakistan's batting have continued unabated

A. Jalil

History against Pakistan to avert clean sweep

Nov 26, 1999: Karachi, Nov 25: Pakistan go into Friday's third and final Test at the WACA Ground in Perth with the daunting task of avoiding a 3-0 humiliation against Steve Waugh's Australians

Lee 12th man as Kasprowicz gets the nod

Nov 25, 1999: The Australian selectors have chosen experience over youth with Queensland paceman Michael Kasprowicz preferred to NSW's emerging speedster Brett Lee for the third Ansett Test match against Pakistan in Perth

Magnificent fight back wrests victory

Nov 23, 1999: Hobart, Nov 22: Cricket is the most perverse of games predicted at peril

A. Jalil

The balance is tilting in Pakistan's favour

Nov 22, 1999: Hobart, Nov 21: The outcome of this Test, which has had innumerable twists and turns may well hinge on the unpredictable Tasmanian weather

A. Jalil

Kasprowicz and Lee replace Muller and Miller in Perth

Nov 22, 1999: The Australian selectors have made two changes to the Australian side for the third Ansett Test match against Pakistan in Perth, recalling experienced Queensland paceman Michael Kasprowicz and including rookie Brett Lee from NSW

Australian Cricket Board

Pakistani batting gets back into form

Nov 21, 1999: Hobart, Nov 20: It was a day for batting to flourish and the Bellerive pitch facilitated that enough for Pakistan to put themselves in command of this Test

A Jalil
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Tour Results
Australia v Pakistan at Sydney - Feb 4, 2000
Australia won by 152 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne - Feb 2, 2000
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 44 balls remaining)
India v Pakistan at Perth - Jan 28, 2000
Pakistan won by 104 runs
India v Pakistan at Adelaide - Jan 25, 2000
India won by 48 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne - Jan 23, 2000
Australia won by 15 runs
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