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England in UAE 2009-10

Players need IPL to develop - Swann

Feb 16, 2010: Graeme Swann has followed Paul Collingwood's lead by expressing disappointment that England players don't get more exposure to Twenty20 through the IPL

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Pakistan v England T20I Series, 2009/10

Malik named captain to keep stability

Feb 8, 2010: Despite the return of regular captain Shahid Afridi, the PCB does not want to change leaders in the middle of tours

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Pakistan v England T20I Series, 2009/10

Kamran Akmal axed for UAE series

Feb 8, 2010: Kamran Akmal has paid the price for his fumbles in Australia by being dropped from Pakistan's Twenty20 squad to take on England in Dubai

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v England T20I Series, 2009/10

UAE authorities refuse to revoke Asif ban

Feb 7, 2010: Mohammad Asif, the Pakistan fast bowler, will not be able to enter the UAE for this month's Twenty20 series against England

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England in Bangladesh 2009-10

Cook to captain in Bangladesh Tests

Jan 18, 2010: Alastair Cook has been named as England's Test captain for their tour of Bangladesh in February and March, after the selectors opted to rest the regular captain Andrew Strauss as well as their leading strike bowler, James Anderson

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England news

ECB agrees to T20s against Pakistan in Dubai

Jan 8, 2010: England will play two Twenty20 matches against Pakistan in Dubai next month ahead of their tour of Bangladesh, the ECB confirmed on Friday

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ICC World Twenty20 2010

Pakistan, England to play Twenty20s in Dubai

Dec 24, 2009: Pakistan are set to play two Twenty20 internationals against England in Dubai in February to warm up for the ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies at the end of April

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Series Results
England v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Feb 20, 2010
Pakistan won by 4 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Feb 19, 2010
England won by 7 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
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