Pakistan vs England
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Pakistan cricket team will embark for England to play three ODIs and three T20Is once the Pakistan Super League 2021 is done and dusted before July.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has lined up tours of England and West Indies just before the ICC T20 World Cup later in the year.

The white-ball series have been given preference in the tours from the three countries to prepare for the mega event in October.

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Tour schedule

25 June – Departure for Manchester

6 July – Arrival in Cardiff

8 July – 1st ODI, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

10 July – 2nd ODI, Lord’s, London

13 July – 3rd ODI, Edgbaston, Birmingham

16 July – 1st T20I, Trent Bridge, Nottingham

18 July – 2nd T20I, Headingley, Leeds

20 July – 3rd T20I, Old Trafford, Manchester

When is Pakistan vs England?

The ODI series will commence on July 8 while the first T20I will be played July 16.

Where can I watch live stream of Pakistan vs England?

Cricket fanatics can log on to PTV SportsHotstar and SonyLIV to catch live action in July. It is to be noted that a subscription is necessary for both India-based services mentioned above.

SonyLIV offers free service as well, but with a five-minute delay. So if you are okay with catching the action a little time after it actually occurs, you can enjoy Pakistan’s tour of England in high quality on the SonyLIV application.


Pakistan cricket team has announced the same squad for both WI and England challenges. The visitors have called up Quetta Gladiators’ wicket-keeper Azam Khan in place of Asif Khan.

Pakistan ODIs Squad

ODIs: Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Abdullah Shafique (Central Punjab), Faheem Ashraf (Central Punjab), Fakhar Zaman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Haris Sohail (Balochistan), Hasan Ali (Central Punjab), Imam-ul-Haq (Balochistan), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper) (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Salman Ali Agha (Southern Punjab), Sarfaraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper) (Sindh), Saud Shakeel (Sindh), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab).

Pakistan T20I squad

Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Arshad Iqbal (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Azam Khan (Sindh), Faheem Ashraf (Central Punjab), Fakhar Zaman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Hasan Ali (Central Punjab), Imad Wasim (Northern), Mohammad Hafeez (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper) (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Wasim Jnr (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Sarfaraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper) (Sindh), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Sharjeel Khan (Sindh) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab).

England probable XI

Eoin Morgan (Middlesex) (captain), Moeen Ali (Worcestershire), Jonathan Bairstow (Yorkshire), Sam Billings (Kent), Jos Buttler (Lancashire), Sam Curran (Surrey), Tom Curran (Surrey), Chris Jordan (Sussex), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), Jason Roy (Surrey), Reece Topley (Surrey), Mark Wood (Durham).

Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes’ inclusion in the coming white-ball series hasn’t yet been confirmed by the England Cricket Board. Both cricketers were sidelined due to injury issues.

They have made swift recoveries since then, but the ECB hasn’t made it public yet whether they are game fit.



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