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Pakistan will tour Bangladesh for a series of five ODIs after the scheduled tour by Sri Lanka in March next year, the PCB has announced.

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A very competitive tournament produced a damp finale as Punjab Stallions eased home in the Pentangular Cup final defeating the Federal Areas Leopards by eight wickets at the National Stadium in Karachi. Punjab had been the strongest team through the tournament, going into the final undefeated, and they lived up to their billing as favourites with solid displays in all departments.

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A very competitive tournament produced a damp finale as Punjab Stallions eased home in the Pentangular Cup final defeating the Federal Areas Leopards by eight wickets at the National Stadium in Karachi. Punjab had been the strongest team through the tournament, going into the final undefeated, and they lived up to their billing as favourites with solid displays in all departments.

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I caught up with former Pakistani fast bowler and friend of PakPassion Yasir Ali earlier today. Yasir has played all 4 matches for Baluchistan and I asked him for his thoughts on the ongoing Pentangular Trophy, his thoughts on who the upcoming players that have impressed him in the tournament etc.

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Saeed Ajmal bowled an amazing, double-wicket final over to seal a thrilling one-run win for Federal Areas over the NWFP Panthers at the National Stadium in Karachi. In what was a virtual semi-final, Ajmal's heroics sent FA through to the Pentangular ODI Cup final, in which they will play the unbeaten Punjab Stallions on Wednesday.

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Punjab Stallions extended their domination in the Pentangular One Day Cup, winning their fourth and final league game against Sind Dolphins at the National Stadium in Karachi.

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A senior Pakistan board official has said Sri Lanka have confirmed they will tour Pakistan next month in place of India, who called off their scheduled tour to the country on Thursday.

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India have pulled out of next year's planned cricket tour of Pakistan in the wake of November's attacks in Mumbai after receiving government advice.

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Superb centuries from youngster Umar Amin and 23 year old Afaq Raheem in an unbeaten 251-run partnership led the Federal Areas Leopards to a convincing seven-wicket win over Baluchistan Bears at the National Stadium in Karachi. It capped a fine fightback, after Federal Areas had slipped to 25 for 3 chasing 277.

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As doubts continue to hover around India's tour to Pakistan next month, options have finally begun to emerge for a cricket-starved Pakistan. Though no official contact has yet been made between the boards, Sri Lanka has already expressed its readiness to replace India for the tour.

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