Showing news for Tour Match: England A v Pakistanis at Canterbury, Jul 6-9, 2006

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England v Pakistan, 1st Test, Lord's

Veteran Harmison ready to stand alone

Jul 11, 2006: And then there was one. England's four-pronged pace quartet, the same awesome foursome that briefly threatened to rule the world last summer, has dwindled away almost to vanishing point

Andrew Miller at Lord's

England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury

Moores defends draw

Jul 10, 2006: Peter Moores defended the performance of the side against Pakistan at Canterbury, which ended as a painful draw, with fresh injuries to both squads

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England v Pakistan, 1st Test, Lord's

Hoggard tests hand in Lord's net

Jul 10, 2006: Matthew Hoggard has managed to test his injured hand during a bowling stint in the nets at Lord's, raising hopes that he will be fit to take his place in the first Test against Pakistan on Thursday

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury, 4th day

Warm-up to first Test ends in farcical draw

Jul 9, 2006: Alastair Cook and Ian Bell, both of whom were today included in England's squad for the first Test against Pakistan, notched fifties on the final day against the touring Pakistanis at Canterbury as the game petered out into a draw. However, the day wasn't

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England v Pakistan, 1st Test, Lord's

Injured Asif and Sami doubt for first Test

Jul 9, 2006: Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Sami, the Pakistan fast bowlers, have both sustained injuries to put their participation in the first Test against England on Thursday in doubt

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury, 3rd day

Dalrymple makes his claim for Test place

Jul 8, 2006: Jamie Dalrymple enhanced his prospects of a maiden Test call-up as England A overcame a freak injury to Matthew Hoggard on the third day of their warm-up match against the Pakistanis at Canterbury

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury, 3rd day

Hoggard injury scare for England

Jul 8, 2006: England's injury worries ahead of next week's first Test against Pakistan have just got worse, after Matthew Hoggard was taken to hospital for stitches in his bowling hand after being injured before play on the third day of England A's warm-up match at Ca

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury, 2nd day

Read jogs the selectors' memory

Jul 7, 2006: After Rob Key's century on the first day, it was Chris Read's turn to send a message to the selectors on the second morning at Canterbury, as he revived England A's innings after the loss of three early wickets

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury, 1st day

Woolmer satisfied with bowling performance

Jul 7, 2006: Bob Woolmer was satisfied with the performance of his bowlers after restricting England A to 268 for 3 in good batting conditions

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England A v Pakistanis, Canterbury

Key clicks for England A

Jul 6, 2006: The England captaincy is a hot potato at present, with the selectors frantically juggling their options until such time as Michael Vaughan's knee comes back to life. Away from the spotlight at Canterbury, however, Robert Key was demonstrating that leaders

Andrew Miller at Canterbury
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