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Pakistan considered police action over nets incident

Sep 21, 2010: Shahid Afridi, Pakistan's one-day captain, said that his team had considered filing a police complaint against Jonathan Trott after his altercation with fast bowler Wahab Riaz

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Full ECB and Andrew Strauss statements

Sep 20, 2010: Following the Ijaz Butt's outburst on Sunday afternoon where he accused England of taking money to lose the third one-day international against Pakistan, the ECB released a statement as did Andrew Strauss

England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Lord's

Gul and Shoaib square the series

Sep 20, 2010: The show went on as Pakistan reached 265 for 7, an innings lit up by Shahid Afridi then Abdul Razzaq and also dominated by Graeme Swann who claimed 4 for 37 in a superb display of offspin

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Lord's

Strauss urges ICC to 'do their job'

Sep 19, 2010: Andrew Strauss has called on the ICC to "do their job" and rid the game of corruption after the latest spot-fixing allegations emerged during England's one-day series against Pakistan

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

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Teams battle to retain focus

Sep 19, 2010: ESPNcricinfo previews the fourth one-day international between England and Pakistan at Lord's

The Preview by Liam Brickhill
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