The gripping series-deciding T20I PAK VS ENG match will be played today (Sunday) at 7:30 p.m. local time at the Gaddafi Stadium. With the series on the line and each team having a 3-2 lead, the decisive game promises to be a nail-biter. Because of the dew, the side bowling second will find it difficult to exert pressure.
So both teams will be aiming to win the toss at 7:00 p.m. If Pakistan wins the final game and the series, they must dramatically improve their performance. They struggled in their most recent match and will need to perform far better to defeat England at home. Babar Azam, Pakistan’s captain, will be looking for big runs. His team relies on him to perform at a high level because he is one of the best batsmen in the world. Even if Babar had an excellent day at work on Friday, Pakistan was not at its best.
PAK VS ENG | The Final Match!
The return of Mohammad Rizwan and Haris Rauf boosts an already dangerous lineup. Rizwan leads the Pakistani team with 315 runs at a strike rate of 140. He has smashed 23 fours and 10 sixes during his innings. Babar has 281 runs scored with a 144 w.p.i. Strike rate. Pakistan’s finest bowler, Haris Rauf, with an average of 20 and an economy rate of 8.25. He has eight wickets.
Mohammad Nawaz has taken 5 wickets at an average of 36. England will be eager to maintain momentum after a strong eight-wicket victory against Pakistan in their previous match. England’s opener, Phil Salt, led the charge throughout the chase, ably assisted by Alex Hales; the pair built a solid foundation for their total, while David Willey and Sam Curran fared well with the ball.
England was virtually at its dominant batting best in game six. They will have a wonderful game if even one of their batters can replicate Phil Salt’s achievement. Ben Duckett is England’s leading run-scorer, with 203 runs at a strike rate of 159. He has only one six and 28 fours in his career.
Harry Brook has 192 runs scored and a slugging percentage of 164. Mark Wood, England’s best bowler, had six wickets at a 5.50 economy rate and an average of 7. Curran has six wickets at an average of 24. Because both clubs’ schedules overlap on Sunday, a competitive contest is expected.
On the Gaddafi Stadium surface, batters outperform spinners. When previous games are considered, it is evident that batters have had less difficulty here. The weather is anticipated to be partly cloudy and 33 degrees Celsius, with a humidity of around 60%, so there should be no issues with the weather.