Ben Stokes to donate entire match fees from Tests against Pakistan to Flood Relief Appeal
England will be playing a Test series on Pakistani soil after a gap of 17 years. They last played a Test match in Pakistan in 2005, losing the three-match series by 2-0. The visitors' had played a seven-match T20I series in the country here in September-October, which they won 4-3.
Ben Stokes-led England Test team arrives in Islamabad ahead of Test series against Pakistan
England Cricket shared a video of team arrival at Islamabad airport on their various social media handles. "Touchdown in Pakistan for our Men's Test squad," read the caption. England's Test squad had spent time in Abu Dhabi as part of the preparation for the series against Pakistan. England will be playing a Test series on Pakistani soil after a gap of 17 years.
United States happy with draw against England: Pulisic
England had a greater share of possession but managed just three shots on target while the United States had one as both sides lacked a cutting edge in attack. "I thought it was a very solid performance from the team, obviously against a good opponent," Pulisic said. "There were times when we dominated and created chances and could have won the game. We managed the game well and to come out with a draw is a decent result."
US hold England to goalless draw
On Friday evening at the Ali Bin Ali Stadium in Qatar, the 90-minute dual ended without a goal being scored. A win for England would have meant qualification to the knockout stage and the first team to seal the last 16 spot. A lot was expected from England, especially after their 6-2 drubbing of Iran, in their first Group A match.
ICC Men's ODI rankings: England lose top spot to New Zealand after 3-0 series loss against Australia
England suffered a big defeat of 221 runs (D/L method) in the rain curtailed third ODI on Tuesday after losing the first two ODIs by six wickets and 71 runs respectively. New Zealand, who had lost pole position to England in September this year, have now regained the No.1 status in the ODI Team Rankings chart.
Dwindling crowds at Australian stadiums a cause for concern; Hussey attributes it to too much cricket
On Tuesday, Australia's openers, Travis Head (152) and David Warner (106), broke several records on way to a 269-run partnership in the hosts' 221-run victory (D/L method) but regrettably only 10,406 fans were in attendance at the MCG, which has a capacity of more than 90,000.
3rd ODI: Head, Warner, Zampa share honours as Australia hand England 221-run thrashing
England, chasing a revised target of 364 from 48 overs, never got going and lost wickets at regular intervals as Zampa (4-31), Pat Cummins (2-25), and Sean Abbott (2-45) helped the hosts bowl out England for 142 in 31.4 overs to hand their archrivals biggest defeat ever in 50-Over format.