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Pakistan coach in hot water

Bob Woolmer facing ICC disciplinary hearing

Feb 11, 2005: Pakistan's coach Bob Woolmer has been reported under the ICC Code of Conduct for comments made about the umpiring during Pakistan's recent tour of Australia

Steven Lynch

The Friday Column

Youhana steps it up, and Aussie appeals

Feb 11, 2005: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

Two 'away' officials could stand in ODIs

ICC considers Pakistan request for neutral umpires

Feb 10, 2005: The ICC could introduce two neutral umpires for one-day internationals

ESPNcricinfo staff

Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Bowden turns down Woolmer umpiring appeal

Feb 9, 2005: Billy Bowden has dismissed Bob Woolmer's suggestions that umpires were 'subconsciously' pressured by Australia's appealing and crowds while John Buchanan believes the comments are offensive

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Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Home-town umpiring decisions upset Pakistan

Feb 8, 2005: Pakistan were so worried about the umpiring on their Australia tour that they completed a team investigation into contentious decisions which showed the home side was almost six times better off

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2005 Allan Border Medal

Martyn frontrunner for prestigious award

Jan 31, 2005: Damien Martyn is the favourite to receive the prestigious Allan Border Medal at a gala ceremony in Melbourne tonight

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Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Younis Khan to return home after father's death

Jan 30, 2005: Pakistan's batsman Younis Khan is returning home from Australia on hearing of the death of his father

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The Friday column

Pakistan's opening conundrum, and Zim's super keepers

Jan 28, 2005: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

Pakistanis v Prime Minister's XI, Canberra

Fight delays play for 10 minutes

Jan 25, 2005: A punch-up forced play in the Pakistanis' tour match against the Prime Minister's XI at Manuka Oval in Canberra to be suspended for 10 minutes

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Pakistanis v Prime Minister's XI, Canberra

Youhana and Younis seal tour victory

Jan 25, 2005: The Pakistanis breezed to an easy victory over the Prime Minister's XI with more than seven overs to spare at Manuka Oval

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Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Shoaib signs off with a sigh

Jan 25, 2005: Shoaib Akhtar flew out of Australia yesterday to end an eventful, occasionally destructive and often disruptive tour expecting more nightmares about bowling to Justin Langer

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No evidence found to support rape claims

Rape investigation closed by Pakistan board

Jan 24, 2005: The Pakistan board has closed its investigation into claims that one of their players raped a woman in Melbourne in December

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Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Inzamam uncertain about his future as captain

Jan 23, 2005: Inzamam-ul-Haq has revealed that he is uncertain about his captaincy and unsure about whether he intends to continue leading his country

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Rape allegation against Pakistani cricketer

PCB not to initiate investigation into rape allegation

Jan 22, 2005: The Pakistan Cricket Board has clarified that it would not initiate any investigation into the rape allegation against one of the players which came to light yesterday

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Rape allegation against Pakistani cricketer

Pakistan management denies rape charge

Jan 22, 2005: The Pakistan team management has denied the rape allegation levelled at a team member, but the board has launched an investigation into the matter

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Opener returns after a break

Hayden eager to find form again

Jan 19, 2005: Fresh from a one-week break from cricket, Matthew Hayden has indicated that he is ready to put his disappointing run in 2004 behind him, and start afresh in the new year

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Australia A v Pakistanis, Twenty20, Adelaide

Australia A romp to 56-run win

Jan 13, 2005: Cameron White and David Hussey starred as Australia A wrapped up a comprehensive 56-run victory over the Pakistanis in the Twenty20 clash at Adelaide

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Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

Akhtar fit for Twenty20 and VB Series

Jan 10, 2005: Shoaib Akhtar will miss the Pakistanis' two warm-up matches ahead of the VB Series, also involving Australia and West Indies, starting at Melbourne on January 14

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Friday Column

MacGill on a roll, and the jinx of the top run-getter

Jan 7, 2005: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

Pakistan in Australia 2004-05

The crew that was thoroughly outclassed

Jan 7, 2005: Pakistan were never expected to win this series, but there is little doubt that they were thoroughly outclassed by a much better side

Marks out of ten by Osman Samiuddin
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Tour Results
Australia v Pakistan at Sydney - Feb 6, 2005
Australia won by 31 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne - Feb 4, 2005
Australia won by 18 runs
Pakistan v West Indies at Perth - Feb 1, 2005
Pakistan won by 30 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Perth - Jan 30, 2005
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Adelaide - Jan 28, 2005
West Indies won by 58 runs
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