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Pakistan in South Africa Cricket Series 2007

Imran Nazir recalled for ODI series against South Africa

Pakistan cricket selectors recalled batsmen Shahid Afridi and Imran Nazir on Saturday for next month's five one-day internationals against South Africa.
Pakistan ODI team :Inzamam-ul-Haq (Captain), Younis Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Yasir Hameed, Imran Nazir, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Yousuf, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal, Abdul Razzaq, Zulqarnain Haider, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, Mohammad Asif, Abdul Rehman, Shabbir Ahmed, Imran Farhat, Mohammad Sami.

PAK vs SA, 3rd Test, Cape Town : Souh Africa wins test series 2-1

Jacques Kallis and Ashwell Prince shared a century stand to guide South Africa to a series-clinching win over Pakistan in the third Test at Cape Town.
Third Test, Cape Town, day three: South Africa 183 & 161-5 beat Pakistan 157 & 186 by five wickets

PAK vs SA, 3rd Test, Cape Town : South Africa look to series win

South Africa gave themselves a good chance of wrapping up their second home series of the summer by the end of just the second day in the Cape Town Test against Pakistan.
Third Test, Cape Town, day two (stumps): South Africa 183 & 36-2 v Pakistan 157 & 186

PAK vs SA, 3rd Test, Cape Town : Pakistan fightback halts South Africa

Pakistan fought back well on the first day of the third Test with South Africa to leave the match finely poised and both teams eyeing a potential victory.
Third Test, Cape Town, day one (stumps): South Africa 131-5 v Pakistan 157

PAK vs SA, 3rd Test, Cape Town : South Africa rest Pollock and Nel

South Africa will make three changes in the absence of Herschelle Gibbs when they face Pakistan in the deciding third Test starting today at Cape Town.

PAK vs SA, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth : Pakistan win levels series in South Africa (1-1)

Younis Khan and Kamran Akmal put on a 99-run unbroken stand Monday for Pakistan to win the second Test by five wickets and tie the three-match series against South Africa at 1-1.
Second Test, Port Elizabeth, day four : Pakistan 265 & 191-5 beat South Africa 124 & 331 by 5 wickets

PAK vs SA, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth : Pakistan on road to victory

Mohammad Asif and Danish Kaneria wore down the resistance of South Africa's batsmen and gave Pakistan a chance of gaining a series-levelling win on the third day of the second Test at St George's Park.
Second Test, Port Elizabeth, day three (close): South Africa 124 & 331 v Pakistan 265 & 8-0

PAK vs SA, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth : South Africa face tough battle

Pakistan had South Africa on the rack at close of play on the second day of the second Castle Lager Test at St George's Park on Saturday.
Second Test, Port Elizabeth, day two (close): South Africa 124 & 115-3 v Pakistan 265

PAK vs SA, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth : Shoaib Akhtar back with a bang

Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar made a sensational return to Test cricket as wickets tumbled on the first day of the second Test against South Africa at St George's Park yesterday. Shoaib took four for 26 as South Africa were bowled out for 124, their lowest total against Pakistan. But Makhaya Ntini hit back for South Africa, taking four for 18 as Pakistan stumbled to 135 for six at the close.
Second Test, Port Elizabeth, day one (close): South Africa 124 v Pakistan 135-6

PAK vs SA, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth :South Africa likely to play Gibbs in second test

South Africa have confirmed that Herschelle Gibbs is likely to be play in the second cricket test against Pakistan in Port Elizabeth.
South Africa Team (from): AB de Villiers, Graeme Smith (Captain), Hashim Amla, Jacques Kallis, Ashwell Prince, Herschelle Gibbs, Mark Boucher (Wicket Keeper), Shaun Pollock, Paul Harris, Andre Nel, Makhaya Ntini.
Pakistan Team (from): Mohammad Hafeez, Imran Farhat, Yasir Hameed, Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf, Inzamam-ul-Haq (Captain), Kamran Akmal (Wicket Keeper), Shoaib Akhtar, Umar Gul, Danish Kaneria, Mohammad Asif.

PAK vs SA, 1st Test : South Africa cruise to victory against Pakistan

Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis steered South Africa to a comfortable win in the first cricket Test against Pakistan.
First Test, Centurion, day five : South Africa 417 & 199-3 beat Pakistan 313 & 303 by 7 wickets

PAK vs SA, 1st Test : South Africa needs 130 to win

South Africa reached 69 for two wickets to move within 130 runs of victory over Pakistan at stumps Sunday on the fourth day of the first of three Tests.
First Test, Centurion, day four (stumps): Pakistan 313 & 303 v South Africa 417 & 69-2

PAK vs SA, 1st Test : Pakistan fight back against South Africa

Pakistan trailed South Africa by one run after reaching 103 for two wickets at stumps on Saturday in its second innings on the third day of the first Test.
First Test, Centurion, day three (stumps): Pakistan 313 & 103-2 v South Africa 417

PAK vs SA, 1st Test : South Africa 254-4 on day two

Pakistan quick Mohammad Asif, who had a one-year doping ban overturned last month, took all four wickets as South Africa reached 254-4 at stumps Friday on day two of the first Test.
First Test, Centurion, day two (stumps): Pakistan 313 v South Africa 254-4

PAK vs SA, 1st Test : South Africa fight back against Pakistan

South Africa fought back after half-centuries by Yasir Hameed and Younis Khan had put Pakistan on top on the first day of the first Test in Centurion overnight.
First Test, Centurion, day one (stumps): Pakistan 242-5 v South Africa

India in Bangladesh Cricket Series 2007

India confirms Bangladesh tour in May

India will play two Tests and three one-day internationals in a three-week tour of Bangladesh from May 7.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India confirmed the tour to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) recently, said chief executive officer Mahmudur Rahman. India, who played the first Test against newcomers Bangladesh in 2000, will start the tour by playing three one-dayers, with two Tests to follow. The two sides would finalise the dates of Test matches very soon, he added. Bangladesh have played two home series against India, but have yet to tour India for a Test series. The BCB chief executive said both the sides had discussed the issue and would soon announce dates for a Bangladesh tour of India.

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Fifth ODI at Hamilton

SL vs NZ, Fifth ODI, Hamilton : Final ODI abandoned and series tied 2-2

The fifth one-day match between New Zealand and Sri Lanka was abandoned because of rain.

Pakistan in South Africa Cricket Series 2007

Shoaib Akhtar returns to Pakistan squad

Fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar could play for Pakistan for the first time since his doping ban was lifted, after being called up for the tour of South Africa.

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Fourth ODI at Auckland

SL vs NZ, Fourth ODI, Auckland : Sri Lanka demolish New Zealand by 189 runs

Sri Lanka demolished New Zealand by 189 runs on Saturday to win the fourth one-day international at Auckland, leveling their five-game series at 2-2.
Fourth ODI, Auckland : Sri Lanka 262-6 beat New Zealand 73 allout by 189 runs

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Third ODI at Christchurch

SL vs NZ, Third ODI, Christchurch : New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 4 wickets

Peter Fulton and James Franklin shared a 40-run partnership for New Zealand's seventh wicket as it beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in a rain-affected limited-overs cricket match on Tuesday, taking a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.
Third ODI, Christchurch : New Zealand 110-6 (24.3 Overs) beat Sri Lanka 112 (35.2 Overs) by 4 wickets (D/L Method)

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Second ODI at Queenstown

SL vs NZ, Second ODI, Queenstown : New Zealand score thrilling victory over Sri Lanka

Michael Mason hit four from the last ball to give New Zealand a one-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the second ODI, tying the five-match series 1-1.
Second ODI, Queenstown : New Zealand 228-9 (50 Overs) beat Sri Lanka 224-7 (50 Overs) beat by 1 wickets



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