This is pretty interesting what Boycott said. I wonder myself too if Australia was the opponent, would England still have been woken up?
Boycott upset at England decision
Geoff Boycott has hit out at the England team's decision to spend Sunday night watching the BBC Sports Review of the Year instead of staying in bed.
Andrew Flintoff and some team-mates were woken up in the early hours in Pakistan to be a part of the broadcast.
Boycott said: "If England had been playing a one-dayer against Australia, would they have stayed up then?
"If you're playing a big match you shouldn't be breaking your sleep. Do they not regard Pakistan as a threat?"
England lost Monday's match in Lahore by seven wickets after notching up just 230.
Flintoff, who had to stay up until past 3am to receive his BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award, failed to score with the bat and took 1- 30 in eight overs.
England's only batting successes were Liam Plunkett (56) and Vikram Solanki (39), both of whom missed the television event as they had not been involved in last summer's Ashes. (this is very true)
England's Test team was given the award for Team of the Year for their series defeat of Australia, while Andrew Flintoff was named Sports Personality.
Boycott told BBC Sport: "It's not the best preparation. It's not what I feel is right.
"I'm sure the players will all put their hands up and say it didn't affect them, but how the hell do they know?
"The two guys who went to bed and had eight hours sleep batted very well.
"You expected more. We were never in the game once the batting failed."