PAK vs ENG Live: Pakistan and England will take on each other on Friday, September 23. Moreover, the match is going to take place at National Stadium Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan.
England are coming into this fixture after winning against Pakistan on Monday in the first match. Moeen Ali went on to win the toss and he decided to bowl first at the National Stadium.
The men in green put up 158 runs with a loss of seven wickets in twenty overs. England managed to chase the total in the last over with just four balls remaining. England won the first match by six wickets.
Luke Wood went on to win the man of the match award against Pakistan in the first T20I. He picked up three wickets by giving away 24 runs in four overs.
Mohammad Rizwan scored a half century against England in the first match. He scored 68 runs from 46 balls with a strike rate of 147.83.
PAK vs ENG: Where will Pakistan vs England match be played?
Pakistan vs England match will take place at the National Stadium Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan on Friday, September 23.
When will Pakistan vs England match start?
Pakistan vs England match will start at 08:00 PM IST.
What is the pitch report for the Pakistan vs England match?
The National Stadium in Karachi generally provides a good surface for the batters with some spin on offer. Over the last year, the venue has hosted four T20Is and witnessed three totals of over 200, with the average total during this period being 175.
What is the weather update at the National Stadium Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan?
The maximum temperature in Karachi on Friday will be 31°C while the minimum temperature will be 27°C. Partly cloudy conditions are expected throughout the day.
What are the average scores at the National Stadium Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan?
The average first innings T20 score at National Stadium Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan is 191. While for the second innings it is 135 runs.
What is the full squad for Pakistan vs England series?
Pakistan – Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(w), Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Hasnain, Haider Ali, Mohammad Haris, Usman Qadir, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Shahnawaz Dahani, Abrar Ahmed, Aamer Jamal.
England – Alex Hales, Philip Salt(w), Dawid Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali(c), Sam Curran, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Luke Wood, Richard Gleeson, Liam Dawson, Olly Stone, Will Jacks, Jordan Cox, Tom Helm.