Pakistan

8:28 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Akhtar Sarfraz, the former Pakistan and Peshawar batsman, has died aged 43 after a battle with cancer. A left-hander, Sarfraz played four ODIs between December 1997 and October 1998, scoring 66 runs in four innings. He had a more successful domestic career – 5720 runs in 118 first-class games and
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  shares Welcome to ESPNcricinfo’s live coverage of the match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge, we will keep you up to speed with all the relevant stats, graphics and chat as the day unfolds. (Don’t worry, we still have regular ball-by-ball commentary, too.) If the blog doesn’t appear, please refresh the page. Alan
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5:00 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Asif Ali will play in the World Cup despite the death of his daughter on Sunday. Asif was called up to Pakistan’s 15-man squad for the World Cup on Monday, having missed out on the original squad a month ago. He was selected on the back of some impressive performances
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3:00 AM ET Liam Brickhill Pakistan 139 for 6 (Javed 55, Ismail 2-12) beat South Africa 138 for 3 (Brits 70*, Shamim 1-20) by four wickets On Saturday, South Africa completed a tight chase with only a ball to spare to draw level in the series, but Pakistan pulled off their own last-over finish in
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12:55 PM ET So now it’s Mark Wood‘s turn to try and impress. He’s watched from the sidelines as all the other seamers contending for that World Cup squad have, to greater or lesser extents, taken their chance. He’s seen Jofra Archer cement his place at The Oval, David Willey deliver three nerveless death overs
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