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Pakistan pose with the series trophy after sweeping the T20s

Pakistan news

PCB rewards men's and women's team

The PCB has awarded cash prizes for both the men's and women's teams after their recent twin successes in the West Indies and the ICC Women's World T20 qualifiers

England news

ECB denies allegation of fixing suspicion

The ECB have acted to repair relations with the PCB following reports in a British newspaper suggesting the ECB had suspicions about a recent game between Pakistan and West Indies.

West Indies v Pakistan, 2nd T20, St Vincent

Akmal, bowlers give Pakistan T20 series

Umar Akmal's 46 off 36 gave Pakistan the final surge to take them to 135, which their bowlers made look like 185 on a slow, dry and used pitch to give them the Twenty20 series to go with the ODI spoils

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Pakistan in West Indies 2013

PCB 'concerned' over fixing allegations

The PCB has expressed concern over allegations of fixing raised in the media with regard to the recently concluded West Indies-Pakistan ODI series

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West Indies v Pakistan, 1st T20I, St Vincent

Sammy rues extra Powerplay runs

West Indies captain Darren Sammy admitted that the failure of his bowlers to contain Pakistan's batsmen during the Powerplay overs was a major factor in his side's two-wicket loss to Pakistan in the first T20I in St Vincent

West Indies v Pakistan, 1st T20, St Vincent

Weary West Indies bank on T20 form

In what has been a disappointing home season for West Indies, with the twin failures in the tri-series and a 3-1 defeat in the one-day series to Pakistan, the hosts have a chance to salvage pride in a format that hasn't let them down in recent months

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ICC news

Misbah climbs up ODI rankings

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has moved to a career-best seventh place in the ICC rankings for ODI batsmen

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West Indies v Pakistan, 5th ODI, St Lucia

'Few key decisions went against us' - Bravo

West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo and fast bowler Tino Best said the outcome of the fifth ODI in St Lucia, and of the series, may have been different if some umpiring decisions had gone in favour of the hosts