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Pakistan will be looking to add to Australia s woes ahead of the World Twenty20 by completing a whitewash as the two sides clash in the third and final match of the series in Dubai today.Pakistan...
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Pakistan vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Of Asia Cup 2012 11 March 2012 (11-03-2012) Full Highlights

www.Cricgossip.com http Pakistan vs Bangladesh Highlights Asia Cup 2012. Watch Pakistan vs Bangladesh Asia Cup Cricket Highlights 11th March 2012. Bangladesh v Pakistan asia cup highlights played at Dhaka. Pak vs Ban Asia Cup Cricket Highlights 11 March. Asia cup 2012 Cricket Highlights will be shown here of Asia Cup. Dav Whatmore, Pakistan's new coach, has said he wants to make a good start in the four-nation Asia Cup, following Pakistan's dismal performance against England in the one-dayers. A 15-man squad gathered in Karachi before departing for Dhaka for the four-nation tournament starting on March 11. "The Asia Cup is a very important tournament given the opposition," Whatmore told reporters. "Overall it's a difficult assignment so it is one of the many tests around and it's good to be the part of it and I am looking forward to it." Pakistan have a poor record in the Asia Cup -- winning the title once since the event first took place in 1984, while India have lifted the cup the most times (five), followed by Sri Lanka (four). But the event carries a unique importance due to a high-profile India v Pakistan contest. Pakistan will play their first match against Bangladesh on Sunday and take on Sri Lanka on March 15, before going head-to-head with arch-rivals India on March 18. Whatmore, the 57-year-old former Australia batsman who coached Sri Lanka to a World Cup title in 1996, took charge on Saturday on a two-year contract, with his first assignment in Dhaka. Pakistan <b>...</b>
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