Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Pakistan look to save ODI series against England today

NOTTINGHAM: Pakistan will lock horns with England in the 4th one-day international (ODI) match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Friday (today) in order to save the series.

England lead the five-match series 2-0, and a defeat in today’s game will bring Pakistan’s chances to save the series to an end.

The Green Shirts are likely to make a couple of changes in their playing eleven as veterans Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez will presumably be added for the fourth encounter.

Sarfraz XI conducted training sessions before the match and the players performed batting, bowling and fielding drills.

England skipper Eoin Morgan will not play the 4th ODI as he was banned from the match by the International Cricket Council for a slow over-rate offence in the 3rd game.

The match will start at 05:00 PM PST, and another high-scoring game is expected.

Let it be known that the first ODI between Pakistan and England was washed out by rain, and the hosts had won the next two contests.

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