England's clear thinking papered over the cracks in batting line-up during second Test against Pakistan - Telegraph.co.uk

England are a better team than Pakistan and if they use the five and a half inches between their ears then they will outplay them every time. England will win the next two Test matches and the series if they keep thinking properly. They dug a hole for ...and more »

Chris Woakes ready to fill Ben Stokes' void after latest injury setback for star all rounder - Mirror.co.uk

Ben Stokes will hand over the mantle of premier all rounder to Chris Woakes on Monday after his Test summer was ended by a torn calf. Stokes might be moving around better than expected at the moment after pulling up lame in the Second Test at Old ...and more »

2nd Test: England Crush Pakistan, Level Four-Match Series 1-1 - NDTVSports.com

Pakistan, set a mammoth 565 for victory, were bowled out for 234 in their second innings after tea on the fourth day. This was England's fifth-biggest Test win in terms of runs. But England's joy in levelling the four-match series at 1-1 was tempered ...and more »

England cricket team news: Ben Stokes losing fitness battle and could miss last two Tests against Pakistan - Evening Standard

Ben Stokes is losing his battle to play Test cricket again this summer with England pessimistic about his chances of making the final two matches. The all-rounder was due to learn today the length of his recovery time from the calf injury he sustained ...and more »

England vs Pakistan 2016: Ben Stokes expected to miss third ICC Test as he waits to learn extent of calf injury - Evening Standard

Ben Stokes was due to learn the extent of his calf injury today but England expect him to miss next week's Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston. The all-rounder was scheduled to have a scan in the afternoon, with the results released in the evening.and more »

England confirm Ben Stokes will miss third Test due to torn calf with Jake Ball, Steve Finn or Adil Rashid to step in - Telegraph.co.uk

Although a horse cannot be changed in mid-stream, a batsman can be changed in mid-series. But England's selectors have persevered with the same batting line-up for the third Test against Pakistan starting at Edgbaston on Thursday. The only change from ...and more »

England v Pakistan, second Test: Efficient if not exciting hosts level the series with crushing victory - Telegraph.co.uk

Efficiently not excitingly, persistently not inspiringly, England defeated Pakistan by 330 runs – rather than by an innings and plenty – to level the series at 1-1. Alastair Cook declared in so many words that the end justified the means – except the ...and more »

England beat Pakistan in second Test to level series, as Chris Woakes shines at Old Trafford - Telegraph.co.uk

James Anderson's return in an England jersey was marked with three wickets, as England coasted to victory over Pakistan by 330 runs to win the second Test at Old Trafford. Needing 565 runs to win, Pakistan were bowled out for 234 in their second ...and more »

England vs Pakistan: Ben Stokes set to miss third Test at Edgbaston because of a torn right calf - The Independent

Ben Stokes will miss next week's third Investec Test at Edgbaston because of a torn right calf. The all-rounder limped out of England's attack as they closed in on their series-levelling victory over Pakistan at Old Trafford on Monday. After scans on ...and more »

England vs Pakistan: England humble Pakistan, level series at Old Trafford - The Indian Express

Pakistan, on the other hand, looked completely hapless as neither batsmen nor bowlers could produce any inspiring performance. Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq was the top scorer for his side, scoring 52 and 35 in first and second innings respectively. (Source: ...and more »