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 Pakistan to play against Worcs today

 Updated at: 1528 PST,  Friday, August 13, 2010
Pakistan to play against Worcs today WORCESTER: Pakistan cricket team will play here today a two-day side match against Worcestershire in which Mohammad Yousuf will appear for the tourists.

As per forecast, rain is expected during the match.

Pakistan team management has decided to play experienced middle-order batsman Mohammad Yousuf in the match to review his form and fitness.

Fast bowlers Tanveer Ahmed and Wahab Riaz will also be given the chance to play in the side match.

The third Test match between Pakistan and England will begin on August 18 at The Oval, London.

England are leading the four-Test series 2-0.
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