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Crawley, Duckett, Pope and Brook hit tons as England records tumble in Pakistan

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England reached 332 for three at tea on day one of the first Test at Rawalpindi. Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett both raced to rapid centuries to set a strong opening platform. Ollie Pope finished the session unbeaten on 48, taking over where they left off. Both fell in successive overs shortly after bringing up their milestones.
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Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett get England off to flying start in Pakistan - Cricket365

Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett both raced to rapid centuries to set a strong opening platform for England’s batters on day one of the first Test at Rawalpindi as the tourists reached 332 for three at tea. The opening duo powered England to 174 without loss in the first session, but both fell in successive overs shortly after bringing up their milestones before Ollie Pope, who finished the session unbeaten on 48, took over where they left off. Crawl…

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