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Pakistan in England 2010

Afridi, Waqar pleased with verdict on Oval ODI

Oct 13, 2010: Pakistan's one-day captain Shahid Afridi and coach Waqar Younis have lauded the ICC's decision to give a clean chit to last month's ODI against England at The Oval

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Pakistan news

'Never consulted on team selection for England tour'

Oct 13, 2010: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said that he was never consulted by the selection committee over the team composition for the England tour

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Pakistan in England 2010

ICC confirm Oval ODI was clean

Oct 13, 2010: The ICC has confirmed there is 'no compelling evidence' of wrongdoing in last month's one-day international between England and Pakistan at The Oval

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England news

ECB compensate Glamorgan for Pakistan T20

Oct 8, 2010: The ECB have given Glamorgan a partial refund on the staging fee for the second Twenty20 international against Pakistan in September

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Pakistan spot-fixing scandal

Football chairman found dead

Oct 4, 2010: The chairman of Croydon Athletic, the football club caught up in the Pakistan spot-fixing scandal, has been found dead near his home in Surrey following a suspected suicide

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Pakistan news

Suspended trio picked for regional tournament

Sep 28, 2010: Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif have been selected as reserves in the regional Pakistani sides for a Twenty20 tournament likely to be staged in October

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Pakistan in England 2010

Swann wanted to pull out of one-dayer

Sep 24, 2010: Graeme Swann, the England offspinner, wanted to pull out of the fourth one-day international at Lord's on Monday following Ijaz Butt's claim that England took money to lose the previous match at The Oval

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Pakistan in England 2010

Tour was 'very difficult to cope with' - Afridi

Sep 24, 2010: The Pakistan squad has returned home after completing one of the most acrimonious tours in history, with limited-overs captain Shahid Afridi calling the four-month trip to England the "most difficult" of his career

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ICC one-day rankings news

Swann jumps to third spot in one-day rankings

Sep 23, 2010: Graeme Swann, the England offspinner, has jumped 15 places to a career-best third spot in the ICC one-day rankings after his successful series against Pakistan

Pakistan in England 2010

England takes first step against Ijaz Butt

Sep 23, 2010: The ECB has sent a pre-action letter to the PCB chairman, Ijaz Butt, seeking a "full and unreserved apology" for alleging that England's players were involved in fixing the outcome of the third ODI at The Oval

England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Rose Bowl

Strauss feels justice is done

Sep 22, 2010: England's captain, Andrew Strauss, has appealed to the ICC to make the hard decisions necessary to clean up the game of cricket

Andrew Miller at the Rose Bowl

England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Rose Bowl

Morgan and Swann lead England to series glory

Sep 22, 2010: Eoin Morgan produced his second superb century in consecutive ODI appearances at the Rose Bowl, before Graeme Swann bamboozled Pakistan's middle-order

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller at the Rose Bowl

Pakistan in England 2010

ECB wants apology from Ijaz Butt

Sep 22, 2010: The ECB has threatened to take legal action against Pakistan board chairman, Ijaz Butt, unless he makes a public apology for alleging that England's players accepted a bribe to lose the third ODI at The Oval

England v Pakistan, 4th ODI, Lord's

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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England v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Southampton

Pakistan unlikely favourites ahead of decider

Sep 21, 2010: ESPNcricinfo previews the fifth one-day international between England and Pakistan at the Rose Bowl

The Preview by Liam Brickhill

Spot-fixing controversy

Pakistan High Commissioner defends Butt's comments

Sep 21, 2010: Wajid Shamsul Hasan, Pakistan's high commissioner, has insisted that the growing quarrel over match-fixing allegations would not affect relations between Britain and Pakistan

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Pakistan in England, 2010

Outraged Strauss takes pride in performance

Sep 20, 2010: Andrew Strauss admitted it had been a tough decision for England to agree to play the fourth one-day international following Sunday's match-fixing allegations from Ijaz Butt, the chairman of the PCB

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

Pakistan in England, 2010

No neutral series for Pakistan - Collier

Sep 20, 2010: David Collier, the chief executive of the ECB, has said that Pakistan are unlikely to be welcomed back to England for any series outside the Future Tours Programme

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Pakistan in England, 2010

Angry England hit back at Butt remarks

Sep 20, 2010: The England & Wales Cricket Board has announced that it will be taking legal action against Ijaz Butt, the chairman of the PCB, after describing his allegations that England's players accepted a bribe to lose the third ODI at The Oval as "wholly irrespons

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Pakistan in England 2010

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

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Tour Results
England v Pakistan at Southampton - Sep 22, 2010
England won by 121 runs
England v Pakistan at Lord's - Sep 20, 2010
Pakistan won by 38 runs
England v Pakistan at The Oval - Sep 17, 2010
Pakistan won by 23 runs
England v Pakistan at Leeds - Sep 12, 2010
England won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Chester-le-Street - Sep 10, 2010
England won by 24 runs
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