From 334 to 481: the rise of the highest ODI total
In every decade since the 1970s, teams have set new records for ODI totals, breaching the 300-run and then the 400-run mark.
'I am not going to tolerate players turning up unfit'
'I've been the toughest I've ever been in my coaching career with Pakistan'
Batting has changed, and Pakistan have not kept pace
The difference between Australia and Pakistan
Pakistan's biggest win in terms of wickets
Stats highlights and milestones from Pakistan's nine-wicket win in the one-off T20I against England at Old Trafford
Fiery Pakistan romp to nine-wicket win
Wahab roars and a Babar in arms
Plays of the day from the one-off T20 between England and Pakistan
Wahab fires back from Trent Bridge ignominy
Wahab Riaz bounced back from figures of 0 for 110 at Trent Bridge with a Man-of-the-Match display at Old Trafford
Pakistan cruise to ruthless nine-wicket win
Pakistan, in their first T20 under Sarfraz Ahmed's captaincy, secured a thumping nine-wicket victory with a massive 31 deliveries to spare
A short blast to see off the summer
ESPNcricinfo previews the one-off T20I between England and Pakistan at Old Trafford
Pakistan's highest successful chase outside Asia
The stats highlights from the final one-day international between England and Pakistan
Hasan's celebration combo and a Welsh wicket
ESPNcricinfo presents the plays of the day from the final one-day international between England and Pakistan
'Wanted to finish on a good note' - Azhar
Pakistan captain Azhar Ali was finally able to crack a smile at the post-match presentations after his side finished the series with a morale-boosting victory to prevent a 5-0 sweep by England.
England's 302 not enough
Sarfraz, Malik help Pakistan avert whitewash
Pakistan achieved their sixth-highest successful ODI chase to avert a whitewash at the hands of England in Cardiff
England hunt for rare ODI whitewash
Pakistan's poor form may not make a whitewash the most significant milestone for England, but it would be another staging post in their rapid upsurge as a limited-overs side nonetheless
Irfan heads home after suffering cramp
Mohammad Irfan has been ruled out of the remainder of the tour of England after suffering cramps during his comeback match in the fourth ODI at Headingley.
The particular pleasures of a 2-2 series
How the ODI rule changes have affected run-scoring
Stokes, Bairstow set up victorious run chase
Amad Butt earns Pakistan T20 call-up
Amad Butt, the uncapped 21-year-old fast bowler, has been included in Pakistan's 13-man squad for the one-off T20 against England, at Old Trafford, next week
Bairstow prepared to queue up despite match-winning knock
Jonny Bairstow's 61 off 83 balls ensured an England win yet it is entirely possible, should Jos Buttler be fit for the final match, that Bairstow will be back carrying the drinks in Cardiff.
Arthur left 'frustrated' by Irfan's fitness
Mickey Arthur, Pakistan's coach, admitted it was very frustrating to see Mohammad Irfan only able to deliver five overs at Headingley before leaving the field with what was said to be cramp
Buttler late omission as teams make changes galore
With the series decided both England and Pakistan have taken the opportunity to rotate their sides, but from vastly different positions of strength, while Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat f