Pakistan spins a victory over Zimbabwe; Concerns for Underprepared pitch; Clark hits a century, Australia defeat England; India A defeat New Zealand A

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Pakistan spinners crushed Zimbabwe to register a victory on the final day

Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistan off-spinner claimed 11 wickets for 118 in the first test with Zimbabwe, as Zimbabwe collapsed to 120 all out before lunch on the final day of the test in Harare on Saturday to lose by 221 runs.

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Too short time for preparation of pitch – Pakistan and Zimbabwe concerned

Pakistan and Zimbabwe are concerned for the quality of the pitch for the second test scheduled to start on the coming Tuesday, due to short time available for it’s preparation. The match venue has been moved to the same as the first test and this leaves a very short period for the preparation of the pitch. Spinners will get a even bigger role this time around it seems.

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Clark hits a century, Australia give a tough target to England

Michael Clarke, the Australia captain hit 105 runs as they set a target of 316 to win for England during the second one-day international at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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Australia defeat England by 88 runs

Australia registered a massive victory over England by defeating them by 88 runs helped by the century made by Michael Clarke.

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Powered by Uthappa, Chand, India register an easy win over New Zealand A

India A registered an easy win over New Zealand by defeating them by 6 wickets. Uthappa scored a century and Chand missed it just by 6 runs. Uthappa’s strong come back gave the visitors a head start to build upon and easily scale the score of 257 to defeat New Zealand’s target.

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