Pakistan, Australia seek revival in UAE

Pakistan, Australia seek revival in UAE

Karāchi : Pakistan | Aug 27, 2012 at 3:56 AM PDT
Source: Pak Tribune
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Pakistan, who have not beaten Australia in a one-day series since 2002, have lost 4-1 to England and 3-1 in Sri Lanka, slipping to sixth in the one-day rankings. Australia, who slid to fourth from number one for the first time in three years after a humiliating 4-0 defeat in England last month, not only... FULL ARTICLE AT Pak Tribune
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