Australia A cricket team in Pakistan in 2005–06

The Australia A cricket team toured Pakistan in September 2005. Australia A are a team made up of the second tier of Australian cricketers, just below the national team. They played two first class games against Pakistan A, one which they lost by seven wickets, and one draw. In addition, they played three one-day games before departing Pakistan, chasing down a total winning the first by seven wickets, losing the other by eight wickets and 14 overs, but coming back to take a 97-run win in the third.


1 Squads
2 Schedule
3 Match details

3.1 First-class series

3.1.1 First Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 11 September–13 September
3.1.2 Second Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 17 September–20 September

3.2 One-day Series

3.2.1 First Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 23 September
3.2.2 Second Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 25 September
3.2.3 Third Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 27 September

4 References


Australia A
Pakistan A

Brad Haddin
(c), (wk)1

Michael Hussey
Zulqarnain Haider

Chris Hartley
Ashir Zaidi

Nathan Bracken

Asim Kamal

Stuart Clark

Bazid Khan

Dan Cullen

Faisal Iqbal

Brad Hodge

Hasan Raza

James Hopes

Imran Farhat

Phil Jaques

Mansoor Amjad

Mitchell Johnson

Mohammad Asif

Mick Lewis

Mohammad Irshad

Marcus North

Mohammad Sami

Dominic Thornely

Najaf Shah

Shane Watson

Salman Butt

Shahid Nazir

Shoaib Malik

Tahir Khan
(ODs only)

Umar Gul

Yasir Arafat
(ODs only)

Naveed Iqbal Malik

1 Haddin suffered a broken finger while playing against Pakistan A of the third day of the second four-day match. Chris Hartley was called up to replace him as wicket-keeper, while Michael Hussey was asked to captain the team for the three one-day matches. [1]




PAK A v AUS A, 1st FC match

Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

PAK A v AUS A, 2nd FC match
Khan Research Labs Ground

PAK A v AUS A, 1st OD match
Gaddafi Stadium

PAK A v AUS A, 2nd OD match
Bagh-e-Jinnah Cricket Ground

PAK A v AUS A, 3rd OD match
Gaddafi Stadium

Match details[edit]
First-class series[edit]
First Match: Pakistan A v Australia A, 11 September–13 September[edit]
Pakistan A won by seven wickets
Rain and poor conditions stopped play early on the first two days at Rawalpindi, but the conditions were friendly for the home side’s bowlers, who got 20 wickets for 326 runs in total in th

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