Pakistan Tour of England 2018

Pakistan Tour of England 2018 News

Pakistan vs Scotland 2nd T20: Pakistan win by 84 runs

Pakistan beat Scotland by 84 runs to win the series by a margin of 2-0

Pakistan name Haris Sohail in 15-man squad for Scotland T20Is

Pakistan have announced the squad for the two-T20I series against Scotland scheduled to be played on June 12 and 13.


Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur ready to dish out 'hidings' after England rout

Pakistan will have some tough discussions after their crushing defeat by England in the second Test at Headingley on Sunday, head coach Mickey Arthur has said.

England beat Pakistan by innings and 55 runs in 2nd Test

England drew the two-match series against Pakistan with an emphatic innings and 55-run victory within three days in the second and final Test on Sunday.

England vs Pakistan 2nd Test Day 3 at Headingley: England win by an innings and 55 runs

Pakistan were bundled out for 134 in the second innings as they lost the match by an innings and 55 runs

England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: We are paying the price for posting a substandard first innings score, says Mickey Arthur

Pakistan might have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series against England but the visitors had a disappointing start to their second game where they bundled out for 174 in the first innings.


England vs Pakistan 2nd Test Day 2 at Headingley: England lead Pakistan by 128 runs

England stretched its lead over Pakistan to 128 runs at the end of Day 2 at Headingley.

England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: England build lead, pressure on Pakistan

Joe Root's side ratcheted up the pressure on Pakistan in the second Test to lead by 128 at the end of a rain-affected second day at Headingley on Saturday.

England vs Pakistan: 'You have not won yet': Michael Vaughan attacks Stuart Broad again

Michael Vaughan continued his attack on Stuart Broad and said that his concern is that he (Broad) is speaking like that after one good day.

Michael Vaughan's criticism angered me, says Stuart Broad

Stuart Broad said that Michael Vaughan's criticism that came after England's defeat to Pakistan in the first Test at Lord's was "unfair and a bit targeted."