LONDON (Reuters) The Pakistan cricket team have been hit by a series of setbacks and controversies over the past five years. On the eve of the final one-dayer in their troubled tour of England, following is a timeline of events. * August 2006: England are awarded the fourth and final test of their home series against Pakistan at the Oval after the tourists forfeit the match following a ball-tampering row. Pakistan refused to return to the field for the final session of the fourth day after umpires Darrell Hair and Billy Doctrove imposed a five-run penalty against them for altering the state of the ball. Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is cleared of ball tampering by the International Cricket Council (ICC) but is banned for four one-day internationals for bringing the game into disrepute. * October 2006: On the eve of their opening match, Pakistan send home fast bowlers Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif from the Champions Trophy in India after the pair test positive for the banned steroid nandrolone. Shoaib is handed a two-year ban by a PCB tribunal, which also suspends Asif for 12 months. The bans are subsequently scrapped after both players appeal the punishment. * March 2007: Pakistan crash out in the first round of the World Cup in West Indies following a stunning defeat by debutants Ireland. Less than 24 hours later Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer dies aged 58 after being found unconscious in his hotel room. Jamaican police launch murder inquiry into Woolmers death, saying the Englishman was strangled amid growing speculation that he was the victim of a betting mafia. However, later in the year a jury in Jamaica recorded an open verdict on Woolmers death after deciding there was insufficient evidence of either a criminal act or natural causes. * March 2009: Gunmen attack a bus carrying Sri Lankas cricket team outside a Lahore stadium in Pakistan, killing seven people, including six policemen and a driver. Six of the team and a British coach are wounded. * April 2009: Pakistan lose the right to host any of the 2011 50-over World Cup games scheduled for the Indian sub-continent after the ICC board decides to shift the matches out of the country because of security concerns following the Lahore attack. * August 2010: Pakistan cricket is hit by allegations of spot-fixing after a newspaper report revealed players had been bribed to bowl pre-determined no-balls in the fourth test against England.