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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Pakistan cruise to innings win in first Test | Aus vs Pak Test Match

Pakistan cruise to innings win in first Test | Aus vs Pak Test Match

Pakistan cruise to innings win in first Test | Aus vs Pak Test Match
Aus vs Pak Test Match

First up Pakistan wind the first test against Bangladesh by an innings and 44 runs David Warner and Elise Perry went top honors at the Australian cricket Awards and Zimbabwe captain Shawn Williams will miss the one-off test against Bangladesh. First up news from the Test series between Pakistan and Bangladesh and the host finished off a resounding innings in 44 run victory over Bangladesh on the fourth day of the first test at Rawalpindi. Bangladesh who needed 86 runs to avoid innings defeat with only four wickets in hand were bowled out for 168 leg spinner uses Shah returned figures of 458 after left arm fast bowler Shaheen Afridi had trapped captain nominal Hakka leg before wicket in the first over of the day Luton Das and ruble Husein frustrated. Pakistan for nearly an hour before Mohammed Abbas had ruble LBW yasya wrapped up the match by removing Lytton and Abuja in successive overs. Pakistan with 140 points are in fourth place in the ICC World Test Championship behind India Australia and England less than a year after completing the band for his role in the ball tampering scandal. David Warner was crowned the Allen border medallist despite his horror ashes series while Elyse Perry took the Belinda Clark medal at the annual Australian cricket awards in Melbourne Warner who became emotional during his acceptance speech pipped stephen smith by one vote following a prolific World Cup campaign and outstanding home summer which included his first Test triple century against Pakistan in Adelaide Perry who had also previously won the Belinda Clark medal twice took the major women's award ahead of Elissa Healy who claimed the ODI and t20 I titles with her standout performance in the ashes test Zimbabwe captain Shawn Williams will miss the one-off test against Bangladesh in Dhaka on February 22nd to be with his family for the birth of his first child in his absence Craig Irvine will lead the 15 members squad which has also been shorn of two key fast bowlers Kyle Jarvis is unavailable due to a lower back problem he picked up playing the first test against Sri Lanka in January while Tendai chitara continues his recovery from a bicep injury as a result the Zimbabwe have recalled christmukkah fool whose last game of Test cricket was the 4-day pink ball test match against South Africa in December 2017 Zimbabwe will leave for darker on Friday their tour kicks off with a two-day practice game against the Bangladesh cricket board 11 which leads into the first test.