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Gurpreet Singh
|Published 20/12/2022
England clean sweep Pakistan in the three-match Test series.
It took just over 11 Overs for England to score the remaining 55 runs required for victory in the third and final Test match against Pakistan, at the National Stadium in Karachi.
The 8-wicket victory meant that England have now become the only Test side to have whitewashed Pakistan in a Test series at home. Moreover, having played a Test at this venue after 22 years, the visitors have handed the hosts only their third loss in Karachi after 45 matches.
Ben Duckett (82*), who finished as the second-highest run-getter in this series, hit the winning runs for England, to mark a resounding return back to the format.
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However, it was a tour to remember for the ‘Player of the match’ and the series Harry Brook, who finished as the highest run-getter in the series with 468 runs across 5 innings, at a stupendous average of 93.60 with the help of three centuries and a half-century.
Brook also became the top run-scorer in a Test series in Pakistan, going past Dawid Gower’s 449 runs in the year 1983.
As for team England, this is their ninth win in the last ten Test matches under the leadership of the captain-coach duo of Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum. For comparison sake, England had won mere one of the 17 Tests they had played before this duo took charge in the office.
The England men’s side will next tour South Africa to play a three-match ODI series starting January 27, 2023, as part of their preparations for the next ICC tournament heist – the ODI World Cup in India.
They will then tour New Zealand to partake in a two-match Test series beginning February 16, 2023.
After then playing an away White-ball series versus Bangladesh followed by the one-off Test against Ireland at home, they will gear up for the lip-smacking home Ashes Test series in the months of June and July.
v/s. South Africa (away) – January 2023 (three ODIs)
v/s. New Zealand (away) – February 2023 (two Tests)
v/s. Bangladesh (away) – March 2023 (3 ODIs, 3 T20Is)
v/s. Ireland (home) – June 2023 (one Test)
v/s. Australia (home) – June-July 2023 (5 Tests)
v/s. New Zealand (home) – September 2023 (3 ODIs, 5 T20Is)
v/s. Ireland (home) – September 2023 (3 ODIs)
ODI World Cup (India) – October-November 2023
v/s. West Indies (away) – December 2023 (3 ODIs, 5 T20Is).
Even before persuing his post-graduate diploma in English journalism from IIMC, Gurpreet was certain that Cricket had to be the driving force to keep him sane and optimistic in all life-related matters. Hailing from Ranchi and having represented Jharkhand at the Under-14 level, he believes that the more you keep digging in while understanding the nitty-gritty of a sport, the more humble you become with the realisation that you hardly know anything!
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