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England's James Anderson has returned to the top of the Test bowling rankings after match figures of 4-85 in Sunday's victory over Pakistan at Edgbaston.
The 34-year-old Lancashire swing bowler, England's highest Test wicket-taker with 462, moved 12 points ahead of India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin
Pakistan's ODI squad: Azhar Ali (capt), Sharjeel Khan, Sami Aslam, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Umar Gul, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Nawaz
Pakistan trail England by 325 runs at the end of Day 1 of the 4th and final Test at the Kia Oval
Pakistan 3 for 1 - England 328 (Moeen 108, Bairstow 55, Sohail 5-68)
Pakistan with 4 1st innings wickets standing lead England 328 by 12 runs at the end of Day 3 at the Oval
Pakistan 340 for 6 (Shafiq 109, Younis 101*, Woakes 2-52) - England 328 (Moeen 108, Bairstow 55, Sohail 5-68)
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England trail Pakistan by 126 runs at the end of the 3rd Day at the Oval
England 328 and 88 for 4 (Bairstow 14*, Ballance 4*, Yasir 3-15) - Pakistan 542 (Younis 218, Shafiq 109)
All over by lunch time?
Pakistan beat England by ten wickets in the 4th Test at the Kia Oval
Pakistan 542 (Younis 218, Shafiq 109) and 42 for 0 (Azhar 30*, Aslam 12*) - England 328 (Moeen 108, Sohail 5-68) and 253 (Bairstow 81, Yasir 5-71)
Series drawn 2-2
Excellent series played in a good spirit between the 2 teams - shame there is not a 5th Test!
Pakistan have been fined for a slow over rate during their final-Test win against England at The Oval. Match referee Richie Richardson ruled that Misbah-ul-Haq's team were one over short of their target figure, despite time allowances being considered.
Misbah was fined 20% of his match fee and if a further over rate offence occurs within 12 months under his captaincy he will face a suspension. His team-mates were each fined 10% of their match fees.
England have recalled Durham's Ben Stokes and Mark Wood after injury for the forthcoming five-match one-day international series with Pakistan.
All-rounder Stokes, 25, has recovered from the calf injury he suffered in the second Test against Pakistan.
Wood is fully fit again following ankle trouble, while Jos Buttler and skipper Eoin Morgan have also overcome injury.
James Vince is omitted after a modest Test series, but uncapped Hampshire team-mate Liam Dawson is included.
England ODI squad: E Morgan (capt) (Middlesex), M Ali (Worcestershire), J Bairstow (Yorkshire), J Buttler (Lancashire), L Dawson (Hampshire), C Jordan (Sussex), A Hales (Nottinghamshire), L Plunkett (Yorkshire), A Rashid (Yorkshire), J Root (Yorkshire), J Roy (Surrey), B Stokes (Durham), D Willey (Yorkshire), C Woakes (Warwickshire), M Wood (Durham).
England fast bowler Steven Finn is expected to be out for four weeks with a hamstring injury.
Pakistan beat Ireland by 255 runs in the 1st ODI in Dublin
Pakistan 337 for 6 (Sharjeel 152, Malik 57*, Nawaz 53, McCarthy 4-62) - Ireland 82 (Wasim 5-14, Gul 3-23)
Pakistan's 2nd ODI against Ireland at Malahide was abandoned without a ball being bowled
David Willey, the left-arm seamer, has been ruled out of England's ODI series against Pakistan after suffering a hand injury on T20 Blast Finals Day. He will be replaced by Nottinghamshire's Jake Ball.
England beat Pakistan by 44 runs (DLS method) in the 1st ODI at Southampton
England 194 for 3 (Roy 65, Root 61) - Pakistan 260 for 6 (Azhar 82, Sarfraz 55)
Surely they must be considering Jason Roy for a place in the test side for Bangladesh??
England beat Pakistan by four wickets in the 2nd ODI at Lords
England 255 for 6 (Root 89, Morgan 68) - Pakistan 251 (Sarfraz 105, Imad 63, Woakes 3-42, Wood 3-46)
England lead series 2-0
England beat Pakistan by 169 runs in the 3rd ODI at Trent Bridge
England 444 for 3 (Hales 171, Buttler 90*, Root 85, Morgan 57*) - Pakistan 275 (Sharjeel 58, Amir 58, Woakes 4-41)
England plundered the highest total in ODI history to wrap up the series against Pakistan in overwhelming style.
On his home ground Alex Hales surged to England's highest ODI innings, finally knocking Robin Smith's unbeaten 167 against Australia in 1993 off the top spot, while Jos Buttler hit England's fastest fifty off 22 balls as they tallied a monstrous 444 for 3 to overtake Sri Lanka's 443 for 9 against Netherlands in 2006.
England beat Pakistan by four wickets in the 4th ODI at Headingley
England 252 for 6 (Stokes 69, Bairstow 61) - Pakistan 247 for 8 (Azhar 80, Imad 57*, Rashid 3-47)
England lead 5 match series 4-0
England have brought back several white-ball regulars for the one-off T20 against Pakistan at Old Trafford next week, with Liam Dawson - who took 3 for 27 on debut against Sri Lanka in July - among those to miss out.
Joe Root, Alex Hales and Moeen Ali all return after being rested for the Sri Lanka fixture, while Ben Stokes and Mark Wood are back after recovering from injury.
England T20 squad to play Pakistan: Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen Ali, Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Tymal Mills, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, David Willey, Mark Wood
Pakistan beat England by four wickets in the 5th ODI in Cardiff
Pakistan 304 for 6 (Sarfraz 90, Malik 77) - England 302 for 9 (Roy 87, Stokes 75, Hasan 4-60)
England win series 4-1