Mohammad Abbas

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England’s Zak Crawley celebrates his maiden Test century  on the first day of the third Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. Photograph:  Mike Hewitt/PA Wire

Day 1 of 5: England 332-4 (Z Crawley 171no, J Buttler 87no) v Pakistan Zak Crawley’s maiden Test century came with the minimum of fuss. He had taken (...)

England batsman Zak Crawley  plays a shot during the fifth day of the second Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl. Photograph:  Gareth Copley/Getty Images for ECB

Day 5 of 5: Pakistan 236 (M Rizwan 72, A Ali 60; S Broad 4-56) drew with England 110-4 dec (Z Crawley 53) It can be tricky playing in a dead situati(...)

Rain forced play to be abandoned on the fourth day of the second Test between England and Pakistan. Photograph: Getty Images

Only 10 full overs were possible on the penultimate day of England’s rain-ruined second Test against Pakistan, with Rory Burns the most frustrated man(...)

Chris Woakes celebrates after hitting the winning runs for England against Pakistan. Photograph: Lee Smith/Getty/AFP

England 277-7 (C Woakes 84*, J Buttler 75, Y Shah 4-99) and 219 (O Pope 62, J Buttler 38, Y Shah 4-66) beat Pakistan 326 (S Mansood 156, B Azam 69, S (...)

Pakistan’s Mohammad Abbas bowls England’s Ben Stokes during day two of the first Test match at  Old Trafford. Photograph: Dan Mullan/NMC Pool/PA Wire

Day 2 of 5: Pakistan 326 (Shan Masood 156, Babar Azam 69) lead England 92-4 (O Pope 46no) by 234 runs England’s wretched record in the first Test of (...)

Pakistan batsman Babar Azam has hit four centuries and a 97 in his past five Tests. Photograph:  Gareth Copley/Getty Images

First Test: England v Pakistan, Old Trafford, Wednesday, 11.0 England’s condensed summer of Test cricket resumes on Wednesday and it could get better(...)

Jos Buttler brings up his 50 for England against Pakistan. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

England 363ao beat Pakistan 174 & 134ao by an innings and 55 runs It is a pity there is no third Test. This one at Headingley was a mirror image (...)

England batsman Jos Buttler cuts a ball watched by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed during day two of the second test match between England and Pakistan at Headingley. Photo: Stu Forster/Getty Images

England 302 - 7 (96.0 overs); Pakistan 174 all out (48.1 overs) England clubbed together to stay in control of the second NatWest Test and give thems(...)

Imam-ul-Haq of Pakistan celebrates winning the first  Test match against England  at Lord’s. Photograph:  Gareth Copley/Getty Images

England 184 and 242; Pakistan 363 and 66-1 – Pakistan won by 9 wkts After that little oasis of serenity on Saturday evening, England reverted to type(...)

 England’s Jos Buttler  bats as Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed looks on  during day three of the first  Test match at Lord’s. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images

Day 3: England 184 & 235-6 lead Pakistan by 56 runs with 4 wickets remaining Jos Buttler and Dom Bess saved England from a three-day defeat agai(...)

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