Their victories in India may have set the ball rolling for future bilaterals between the teams, but Pakistan's selection worries remain ahead of the South Africa tour
Pakistan returned home to a rousing welcome after winning the ODI series against archrivals India and drawing the Twenty20 series 1-1
Junaid Khan, the Pakistan left-arm fast bowler, has credited the former fast bowler Wasim Akram for helping him develop the incoming delivery against the right-handers
Pakistan's offspinner, Saeed Ajmal, picked up five wickets and was the pick of their bowlers, in the third ODI, against India played at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi, which the visitors lost by a ten-run margin.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said the weather conditions played a crucial role during their chase in the third ODI in Delhi
Nothing warms you up better than a victory for your side over its arch rival. Though, a quilt would be welcome, Kotla authorities
MS Dhoni's participation in the final ODI against Pakistan is in doubt after he complained of soreness in his back during practice at the Kotla in Delhi
India's batsmen's lack of positivity cost them the Kolkata ODI against Pakistan, former India captain Sourav Ganguly believes
India were hurtling towards a 0-3 score line in the cold of Delhi, until their bowlers rallied in conditions that offered seam and spin
Javed Miandad, the former Pakistan batsman, has cancelled his visit to India following a controversy over him being granted a visa to come to the country
Pakistan's opener, Nasir Jamshed, scored another century to help his side wrap up the ODI series against India with an 85-run win at Kolkata on Thursday.
Yuvraj Singh's strong all-round performance helped India beat archrivals Pakistan, by 11 runs, in the second Twenty20 International, played at Ahmedabad, on December 28.
The experienced Pakistan duo of Mohammed Hafeez and Shoaib Malik dealt with the damp conditions to perfection by helping their side beat India, by five wickets, in the first Twenty20, played in Bangalore
When in Kolkata, there's plenty of advice from the stands for the cricketers on the field
MS Dhoni, the India captain, rued the failure of his batsmen after the bowlers had brought India back into the match
MS Dhoni and Junaid Khan were the top performers in the first ODI between India and Pakistan in Chennai
Despite the bowlers taking ten wickets for 109 to keep Pakistan to 250, India crumbled without any fight, losing their top five batsmen before they had reached 100
A motorised parade of great heroes of India's past, including Wasim Akram, failed to inspire heroes of India's present and future to overcome Pakistan's competitive, albeit faltering, total of 250 runs
Fortunes swung in an absorbing opening one-dayer, but it was Pakistan who held their nerve to record a six-wicket win and go one-up in Chennai
The first ODI against Pakistan epitomised how much Dhoni's safety-first approach has benefited him as a batsman, while shackling him as a leader