Cricket News sort by Pakistan Vs England in UAE 2015

When England and Pakistan clash in the fourth and final ODI of the series at Dubai, they will find themselves in a very unfamiliar position.

With the four-match one-day series tied 1-1, Pakistan and England would be keen to win the third match at Sharjah, which would at least ensure that they cannot lose the series from here

Under pressure England opening batsman, Alex Hales, hit his first on-day hundred as the visitors levelled the series 1-1, at Abu Dhabi on Friday. Thanks to Hales' hundred, and

The day began with Younis Khan announcing his shock retirement from ODIs, just days after he was recalled for the one-day series against England. The next task for Pakistan was undoubtedly to announce that they would like the win the first ODI at Abu Dhabi for him.

After the Test battle between Pakistan and England, which was won by the former, the teams will now battle in out in the one-dayers, beginning with the first one at Abu Dhabi on Wednesday

Pakistan eased to a 2-0 series win on day five at Sharjah as England surrendered to spin without much resistance

England were in trouble, finishing day four on 2 for 46, chasing a tough 284 on a pitch that is getting harder to bat on, particularly against the spinners

Mohammad Hafeez ended day three just three short of a solid hundred, as Pakistan fought back in the Sharjah Test. But, Pakistan’s advantage was cut short by England late in the day as they lost three important wickets

Playing his first Test in nearly three years, James Taylor led the way for England with a defiant unbeaten 74 to put his team in a reasonably strong position at the end of the second day’s play