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27 Aug 2010

Le Kers: 15 not out

The England team helped Linda and Alain Le Ker celebrate 15-years of service in the Players Dining Room at Lord's.

27 Aug 2010

Trott & Broad lead day two fightback

Centuries from Jonathan Trott and Stuart Broad got England out of a hole dug for them by some brilliant bowling by Pakistan's Mohammad Amir on day two of the England v Pakistan Test at Lord's.

27 Aug 2010

Amir "sad" despite breaking records

Mohammad Amir said it was a "sad" day despite becoming the youngest bowler to reach 50 career Test wickets as he took 6-47 on day two of the England v Pakistan Test at Lord's.

26 Aug 2010

Bid for a box to help Floods Appeal

MCC is lending its support to the DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal by holding a blind auction for a hospitality box on the third day of the England v Pakistan npower Test at Lord’s.

26 Aug 2010

Rain spoils Pakistan's fun on day one

Andrew Strauss’ run of bad form continued as rain and bad light frustrated Pakistan on a truncated first day at Lord’s, which saw only 12 and a half overs bowled.

25 Aug 2010

Stat-pack: Pakistan

With the final Test of England's series with Pakistan getting underway at Lord's on Thursday, we run the rule over Salman Butt's tourists statistical records.

25 Aug 2010

Strauss backs under-fire batsmen

England Captain Andrew Strauss expects both his team and himself to come good with the bat ahead of the final Test of the series against Pakistan at Lord’s.

25 Aug 2010

Butt: "Advantage with England"

Salman Butt insists England will be the side with home advantage when they play Pakistan in the deciding Test of the series at Lord’s.

Finn wants Lord's behind England

Steve Finn issued a rallying cry to the Lord’s spectators ahead of the fourth and deciding Test with Pakistan.

06 Aug 2010

Akmal dropped by Pakistan

Wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal is the latest to be dropped from the Pakistan team as they seek a winning formula in their Test series against England - which concludes at Lord's.

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