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The ICC will decide whether the offence was serious enough for Morgan to miss the next matches against Bangladesh and West Indies. In contrast, the game against England reduces the percentage contribution of the top three by 10-15% in each case, yet Hafeez and Sarfaraz both see marked improvements in their overall contributions to Pakistan's final score.

The International Cricket Council found opener Roy had breached level one of its code of conduct, using an audible obscenity after a misfield during Pakistan's innings.

England will need to pull off the highest run chase in World Cup history after being set 349 to defeat Pakistan in their second match at Trent Bridge.

In a tournament where England is considered to be the joint favourites along with India, Pakistan emerged out as a victor by defeating the hosts by 14 runs.

Eoin Morgan has avoided being banned for two World Cup matches after England took an extra 15 minutes to bowl its 50 overs against Pakistan.

Pakistan and England were both spoken to by the umpires at Trent Bridge for the frequency with which their fielders threw the ball in on the bounce from the outfield, a tactic commonly used by sides to get the ball into shape for reverse swing. "We played a bad game against West Indies but we know as a team we are capable of winning matches for Pakistan", he said. "The umpires came to me, mid-innings, and seemed to think that we were throwing the ball in on the bounce too much, or it was being over-exaggerated".

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Wahab and Amir both took lead bowling roles against England and invoked a five-wicket haul between them.

The Men in Green on Monday displayed their best performance by setting up a huge target of 348 runs in the first innings against England in yesterday's match.

"Jos was just intrigued", Morgan said.

"If I go into it I will say something that will get me into trouble", he said.

"The most important thing now for us as a group is not to panic", he told reporters. "I'm sure he was interested to see if one side was rougher than the other or if it looked natural or unnatural".


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