No bad blood with Pakistan, insists Swann

Graeme Swann insists there will be "no bad blood" between England and Pakistan when the sides meet in the United Arab Emirates in January.

Pakistan trio Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were given prison terms earlier this year for conspiring to bowl deliberate no-balls in a 2010 Test match against England at Lord's, but Swann insists he is "more than happy" to play Pakistan again.

The spinner also discusses England's determination to retain their World Twenty20 title at the tournament next year, and his thoughts on reducing the amount of one-day internationals.

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