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ENG vs PAK Dream11 prediction today: Fantasy cricket tips for … Sat, 10 Jul 2021 11:00:00 +0100-OVER 19: ENG 126/3 (Stokes 8 Vince 55). Pakistan put a slip in for Stokes – attacking the captain while they have the opportunity. Stokes ignores …

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England vs Pakistan, second ODI: live score and latest updates from Lord’s

July 10, 2021

1:57PM

Pakistan put a slip in for Stokes – attacking the captain while they have the opportunity. Stokes ignores that and reverse sweeps past the close catcher for his first four. He gets two and a single and is up to 8 not out off eight balls.

1:54PM

Ben Stokes is in on his 100th ODI – he gets a huge applause. He’s off the mark with a single. 

1:52PM

Salt b Shakeel 60

Salt went too far across his stumps trying to sweep and Shakeel fires one in lower and quicker and clean bowls the opener. 

A fine innings brought to an end 60 from 54 balls

FOW: ENG 118-3

1:49PM

The spinners have just stemmed the tide of runs flowing from the England men’s bats. Salt and Vince are running well between the wickets and they scamper six from the over. 

1:46PM

Double change from the tourists as another spinner comes on. Shakeel’s left-arm turner makes Vince play and miss first up. Vince then chips for one and that’s his highest ODI score – he, like Salt is playing without fear. Salt then launches into a huge drive to the longest part of the ground, Hasan Ali does well on the boundary, leaping like a salmon over the rope, to prevent a four. 

1:43PM

Time for spin – Shadab comes into the attack and he gets the edge off Vince but Rizwan is unable to snap up the chance, he doesn’t even get a glove on it. A good first over from the spinner, just two singles from it. 

1:38PM

This isn’t an easy pitch to bat on but Salt and Vince have put the attack off their lengths. Salt brings up a maiden international 50 with an edge to the fine leg boundary – he was beaten all ends up by Rauf and didn’t know much about it BUT it means he has 51 from 41 balls. A great counter-punching knock. 

Vince then carves uppishly through cover to bring up his 50 – his second in 18 ODIs. 

Pakistan, and the ball, are taking a pounding.

Following on from the carnage it’s drinks 

1:33PM

Vince takes on a short ball from Faheem, it looks like there’s a chance out at deep mid-wicket but it falls short and, as if to rub salt into the wounds, goes for four. Vince then top edges for another boundary. Runs are coming far too easily for this pair. 

1:29PM

The ball is still doing stuff off the pitch but if you bowl it short and wide – as Haris Rauf does – then that means absolutely nothing. Vince smacks a long hop for four. 

It's not rocket science – as former Pakistan player Azhar Mahmood has just tweeted.

1:24PM

This pair have now put on 52 off 38 and given the hosts the impetus here from a position of trouble at 22-2. 

Three from that Faheem over. 

1:21PM

Pakistan have just lost their lengths here – Haris Rauf is on and his first ball is despatched by Vince to the square-leg boundary. It’s raining boundaries at the moment, and from being in trouble at 22-2 England are now on top. 

Rauf then bowls a jaffa that beats Salt all end up – the batsman nods his approval. Salt then gets his own back with another one of his bludgeoned fours through extra cover. 

Pakistan have to pitch it up – the shorter balls are sitting up to be hit. 

1:16PM

Faheem Ashraf comes into the attack and Salt says hello first up with a bludgeoned smack to the mid-wicket boundary. The opener is looking to attack every ball, he’s a must-watch-every-ball batsman at the moment.

Faheem’s fourth delivery is then thrashed through extra cover – he just planted his front foot and gave it everything. Salt will give you chances and next up he tries the same shot again and an inside edge goes for another four. Last ball Salt plays a decent on drive (isn’t every on-drive decent?!) for another boundary. Sixteen runs from the over,  great to watch. 

1:10PM

England are looking to drive a lot – Pakistan have taken a slip out, I would have kept second slip in a bit longer, England will give them chances. 

Vince follows up an off drive for four with a brilliant, authoritative pull to the boundary. Hasan Ali then gets the edge that goes through the vacant third slip region. 

This is a proper ODI contest – fun to watch. 

1:05PM

Shaheen gives Salt some width and the opener throws everything at it. Good job, it goes for four. He then scampers a two as Shaheen loses his line and bowls down leg next up. Seven from the over. 

1:01PM

Vince is an elegant driver of the ball and he reminds us just how artistic one of his drives can be with a delightful four off Hasan Ali. He then tries to drive again and narrowly avoids playing on. Seven from the over. 

12:57PM

Vince is the new man in. Shaheen is attacking his stumps, then he pushes one across, Vince edges and it just doesn’t carry to second slip. Perhaps they need to step up a yard? Vince gets off the mark with a single the last ball of the over. 

It's 22-2 – hands up who didn't do a Richie Benaud impression just then?! 

12:53PM

Crawley b Sheheen 0

What a yorker from the leftarmer. Crawley's defence is breached by a brilliant ball – a golden duck for Crawley. So now the two batsmen who did the damage in Cardiff are both out without scoring. 

FOW: ENG 21-2

12:51PM

The exciting Salt Show continues! He drives Hasan Ali down the ground – it’s not a half volley, he hit it on the up. A fine shot! He’s certainly taking the game to the tourists. He then flicks one away for two. It’s all-action cricket. 

12:47PM

Salt tries to pull a short Shaheen delivery – it looks like there’s an inside edge and carries to Rizwan behind the stumps. It’s given out but Salt reviews and the replay shows the ball hit absolutely nothing. Last ball of the over Salt drives hard, it carries to point but Imam-ul-Haq just couldn’t get a big enough hand on it. That was nearly two down for England, it was a hard chance but I’ve seen them taken. 

12:42PM

That was a great over from Hasan Ali – just what he needed to do. Pitch it up and let the ball talk with England certain to attack. 

12:41PM

Malan c Shadab b Hasan Ali 0

Hasan Ali opens from the Nursery End, Pakistan need to find line and length early, England will come at them and the ball will move early on. Hasan Ali gets one to come back down the slope and only height saves Malan from lbw. Next up the pace ace gets one to hold its line and Malan has a nibble but luckily for him there’s no edge. 

Then Hasan Ali tries the same – across Malan – and the England man tries a big booming drive and it’s snapped up by Shadab at second slip.

FOW: ENG 9-1

12:34PM

Shaheen takes the new ball for Pakistan and Salt gets off the mark second ball with a peach of an off drive down the ground for four. He’s a modern attacking batsman who plays 50-over cricket as he does T20. So it’s no shock to see him have a dash at one that goes across him (how he got out in Cardiff) and he just avoids getting an edge. Next up he pulls for four majestically – it’s entertaining watching Salt. Eight from the first over. 

12:31PM

England: Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, Zak Crawley, James Vince, Ben Stokes, John Simpson, Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Brydon Carse, Saqib Mahmood, Matt Parkinson.

Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Saud Shakeel, Sohaib Maqsood, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf.

12:23PM

Was the World Cup final two years ago. What a day that was…

There's not as much grass on the pitch today as there was for that victorious day. It looks a good pitch but, Nasser Hussain on Sky says, the ball will still do a bit. 

The key is not to lose wickets in the powerplay as Pakistan  did in Cardiff. The match two days ago was over after 15 overs…would be good to have a contest today. 

12:13PM

…and bowl first – no shock there, conditions shout 'bowl!' 

Ben Stokes says he would have chosen to bowl first as well and reveals it's an unchanged side – from 11 changes to none. 

11:58AM

Toss set for 12.10

Match to start at 12.30 

Match reduced to 47 overs a side. 

11:57AM

That's from a reliable friend (one of those lucky MCC types) who is at the ground. No news on when the toss will be, but my mate says: “Slight breeze, warmer than it looks, bowl I'd say…” I'll try and get a message to Ben Stokes…

11:52AM

Great to run in but not conducive to international cricket…

11:29AM

But it's not all bad news.

11:13AM

I reckon this minute-long video would have been hard to put together with so many sixes, wickets and jaw-dropping catches to choose from and then bundle into a short social-media friendly vid…

11:06AM

Sorry to tell you that that covers are back on at Lord's and the toss is now no longer due to take place at 11.15…Let's hold on to the fact that the forecast is much better from lunch onwards…

11:04AM

On his debut the Kent man scored 58 not out. It wasn't just the number of runs he scored, but how he scored them. He looked confident, took the game to the Pakistan attack and the forward press was back. It was in marked contrast to the Crawley of the Test arena who is struggling for runs and, seemingly, struggling to hold on to his place. In List A cricket he has been doing well and runs scored against a good Pakistan side in front of the cameras may well be just what the talented batsman (and so good to watch when on song) needs to get back to his best in the five-day game. 

He spoke to Sky and here's the best bits of his interview with Mike Atherton…

On being pulled out of Kent’s first-class game against a Jimmy Anderson-inspired Lancashire while on a pair…

On scoring a 50 on his ODI debut…

On his good form in List A cricket…

On the difference between first-class and white-ball cricket…

On where he’d prefer to bat…

10:53AM

No, play hasn't just started and the super-human cricketer fired off a ton with the bat in the unbelievable blink of an eye, no (though, that would have been fun…).

Today marks the captain's 100th ODI, he's received a special cap to mark the occasion. 

What a century of ODIs it's been. I suspect a certain match at Lord's two years ago will be his highlight. 

10:44AM

And the toss due to take place at 11.15 with the start set for 11.30. Hurrah! 

10:39AM

But it's a but wet in London this morning. The covers are on at the moment and it's likely to remain damp until at least lunch. However, the forecast for the afternoon is better and play is expected – phew…

10:30AM

In Cardiff two days ago an England second XI didn’t just beat Pakistan, they thrashed them. It was as impressive performance from an England XI as many can remember in several years. And the Covid chaos that meant it was an under-strength England has led to several revelations. 

First, that the side’s strength in depth is greater than even some of the most optimistic fans would have suggested. Saqib Mahmood with the ball was exceptional. The fast bowler bowled with pace and aggression and his four for 42 suggested that he will be around for a wee while, and not necessarily in just white-ball cricket. 

After the nine-wicket win at Sophia Gardens Rob Key, on Sky Sports, suggested that England’s white-ball teams are fast becoming like the great Australia sides of the 1990s and early 2000s in that they are able to leave out world-class players and still field world-class XIs. On the evidence of the Thursday thrashing it’s hard to disagree with him.

Second, the county game is working, at least in the shorter formats, for the national side. The fact that so many (five) were handed a debut and inexperienced players able to come in and settle so quickly was testament to the structure of the game in England. 

There were mitigating circumstances in that it was Pakistan’s first match of the tour, but the manner of the defeat – England winning with nine wickets and 28.1 overs to spare – was still shocking. 

For Babar Azam the side needs to learn lessons and quick for today’s second ODI of three at Lord’s.

“We were a bit loose with the bat and that's why we didn't get a big total, but credit to the England bowlers,” the Pakistan captain said. 

For his opposite number, winning in his first ODI as skipper, the momentum the side will take into today’s clash is very welcome but he also warned against complacency. 

“It was a very clinical performance, when you get the opposition four down early on then you're ahead in the game,” Ben Stokes said. 

“When you get a new group together you're striving for that first real team performance. We didn't get put under pressure today, I have no doubt we will at some point. Not every game of cricket goes as smoothly as this.”

Stay here to find out what happens at the home of cricket. 

1:57PM

Pakistan put a slip in for Stokes – attacking the captain while they have the opportunity. Stokes ignores that and reverse sweeps past the close catcher for his first four. He gets two and a single and is up to 8 not out off eight balls.

1:54PM

Ben Stokes is in on his 100th ODI – he gets a huge applause. He’s off the mark with a single. 

1:52PM

Salt b Shakeel 60

Salt went too far across his stumps trying to sweep and Shakeel fires one in lower and quicker and clean bowls the opener. 

A fine innings brought to an end 60 from 54 balls

FOW: ENG 118-3

1:49PM

The spinners have just stemmed the tide of runs flowing from the England men’s bats. Salt and Vince are running well between the wickets and they scamper six from the over. 

1:46PM

Double change from the tourists as another spinner comes on. Shakeel’s left-arm turner makes Vince play and miss first up. Vince then chips for one and that’s his highest ODI score – he, like Salt is playing without fear. Salt then launches into a huge drive to the longest part of the ground, Hasan Ali does well on the boundary, leaping like a salmon over the rope, to prevent a four. 

1:43PM

Time for spin – Shadab comes into the attack and he gets the edge off Vince but Rizwan is unable to snap up the chance, he doesn’t even get a glove on it. A good first over from the spinner, just two singles from it. 

1:38PM

This isn’t an easy pitch to bat on but Salt and Vince have put the attack off their lengths. Salt brings up a maiden international 50 with an edge to the fine leg boundary – he was beaten all ends up by Rauf and didn’t know much about it BUT it means he has 51 from 41 balls. A great counter-punching knock. 

Vince then carves uppishly through cover to bring up his 50 – his second in 18 ODIs. 

Pakistan, and the ball, are taking a pounding.

Following on from the carnage it’s drinks 

1:33PM

Vince takes on a short ball from Faheem, it looks like there’s a chance out at deep mid-wicket but it falls short and, as if to rub salt into the wounds, goes for four. Vince then top edges for another boundary. Runs are coming far too easily for this pair. 

1:29PM

The ball is still doing stuff off the pitch but if you bowl it short and wide – as Haris Rauf does – then that means absolutely nothing. Vince smacks a long hop for four. 

It's not rocket science – as former Pakistan player Azhar Mahmood has just tweeted.

1:24PM

This pair have now put on 52 off 38 and given the hosts the impetus here from a position of trouble at 22-2. 

Three from that Faheem over. 

1:21PM

Pakistan have just lost their lengths here – Haris Rauf is on and his first ball is despatched by Vince to the square-leg boundary. It’s raining boundaries at the moment, and from being in trouble at 22-2 England are now on top. 

Rauf then bowls a jaffa that beats Salt all end up – the batsman nods his approval. Salt then gets his own back with another one of his bludgeoned fours through extra cover. 

Pakistan have to pitch it up – the shorter balls are sitting up to be hit. 

1:16PM

Faheem Ashraf comes into the attack and Salt says hello first up with a bludgeoned smack to the mid-wicket boundary. The opener is looking to attack every ball, he’s a must-watch-every-ball batsman at the moment.

Faheem’s fourth delivery is then thrashed through extra cover – he just planted his front foot and gave it everything. Salt will give you chances and next up he tries the same shot again and an inside edge goes for another four. Last ball Salt plays a decent on drive (isn’t every on-drive decent?!) for another boundary. Sixteen runs from the over,  great to watch. 

1:10PM

England are looking to drive a lot – Pakistan have taken a slip out, I would have kept second slip in a bit longer, England will give them chances. 

Vince follows up an off drive for four with a brilliant, authoritative pull to the boundary. Hasan Ali then gets the edge that goes through the vacant third slip region. 

This is a proper ODI contest – fun to watch. 

1:05PM

Shaheen gives Salt some width and the opener throws everything at it. Good job, it goes for four. He then scampers a two as Shaheen loses his line and bowls down leg next up. Seven from the over. 

1:01PM

Vince is an elegant driver of the ball and he reminds us just how artistic one of his drives can be with a delightful four off Hasan Ali. He then tries to drive again and narrowly avoids playing on. Seven from the over. 

12:57PM

Vince is the new man in. Shaheen is attacking his stumps, then he pushes one across, Vince edges and it just doesn’t carry to second slip. Perhaps they need to step up a yard? Vince gets off the mark with a single the last ball of the over. 

It's 22-2 – hands up who didn't do a Richie Benaud impression just then?! 

12:53PM

Crawley b Sheheen 0

What a yorker from the leftarmer. Crawley's defence is breached by a brilliant ball – a golden duck for Crawley. So now the two batsmen who did the damage in Cardiff are both out without scoring. 

FOW: ENG 21-2

12:51PM

The exciting Salt Show continues! He drives Hasan Ali down the ground – it’s not a half volley, he hit it on the up. A fine shot! He’s certainly taking the game to the tourists. He then flicks one away for two. It’s all-action cricket. 

12:47PM

Salt tries to pull a short Shaheen delivery – it looks like there’s an inside edge and carries to Rizwan behind the stumps. It’s given out but Salt reviews and the replay shows the ball hit absolutely nothing. Last ball of the over Salt drives hard, it carries to point but Imam-ul-Haq just couldn’t get a big enough hand on it. That was nearly two down for England, it was a hard chance but I’ve seen them taken. 

12:42PM

That was a great over from Hasan Ali – just what he needed to do. Pitch it up and let the ball talk with England certain to attack. 

12:41PM

Malan c Shadab b Hasan Ali 0

Hasan Ali opens from the Nursery End, Pakistan need to find line and length early, England will come at them and the ball will move early on. Hasan Ali gets one to come back down the slope and only height saves Malan from lbw. Next up the pace ace gets one to hold its line and Malan has a nibble but luckily for him there’s no edge. 

Then Hasan Ali tries the same – across Malan – and the England man tries a big booming drive and it’s snapped up by Shadab at second slip.

FOW: ENG 9-1

12:34PM

Shaheen takes the new ball for Pakistan and Salt gets off the mark second ball with a peach of an off drive down the ground for four. He’s a modern attacking batsman who plays 50-over cricket as he does T20. So it’s no shock to see him have a dash at one that goes across him (how he got out in Cardiff) and he just avoids getting an edge. Next up he pulls for four majestically – it’s entertaining watching Salt. Eight from the first over. 

12:31PM

England: Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, Zak Crawley, James Vince, Ben Stokes, John Simpson, Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Brydon Carse, Saqib Mahmood, Matt Parkinson.

Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Saud Shakeel, Sohaib Maqsood, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf.

12:23PM

Was the World Cup final two years ago. What a day that was…

There's not as much grass on the pitch today as there was for that victorious day. It looks a good pitch but, Nasser Hussain on Sky says, the ball will still do a bit. 

The key is not to lose wickets in the powerplay as Pakistan  did in Cardiff. The match two days ago was over after 15 overs…would be good to have a contest today. 

12:13PM

…and bowl first – no shock there, conditions shout 'bowl!' 

Ben Stokes says he would have chosen to bowl first as well and reveals it's an unchanged side – from 11 changes to none. 

11:58AM

Toss set for 12.10

Match to start at 12.30 

Match reduced to 47 overs a side. 

11:57AM

That's from a reliable friend (one of those lucky MCC types) who is at the ground. No news on when the toss will be, but my mate says: “Slight breeze, warmer than it looks, bowl I'd say…” I'll try and get a message to Ben Stokes…

11:52AM

Great to run in but not conducive to international cricket…

11:29AM

But it's not all bad news.

11:13AM

I reckon this minute-long video would have been hard to put together with so many sixes, wickets and jaw-dropping catches to choose from and then bundle into a short social-media friendly vid…

11:06AM

Sorry to tell you that that covers are back on at Lord's and the toss is now no longer due to take place at 11.15…Let's hold on to the fact that the forecast is much better from lunch onwards…

11:04AM

On his debut the Kent man scored 58 not out. It wasn't just the number of runs he scored, but how he scored them. He looked confident, took the game to the Pakistan attack and the forward press was back. It was in marked contrast to the Crawley of the Test arena who is struggling for runs and, seemingly, struggling to hold on to his place. In List A cricket he has been doing well and runs scored against a good Pakistan side in front of the cameras may well be just what the talented batsman (and so good to watch when on song) needs to get back to his best in the five-day game. 

He spoke to Sky and here's the best bits of his interview with Mike Atherton…

On being pulled out of Kent’s first-class game against a Jimmy Anderson-inspired Lancashire while on a pair…

On scoring a 50 on his ODI debut…

On his good form in List A cricket…

On the difference between first-class and white-ball cricket…

On where he’d prefer to bat…

10:53AM

No, play hasn't just started and the super-human cricketer fired off a ton with the bat in the unbelievable blink of an eye, no (though, that would have been fun…).

Today marks the captain's 100th ODI, he's received a special cap to mark the occasion. 

What a century of ODIs it's been. I suspect a certain match at Lord's two years ago will be his highlight. 

10:44AM

And the toss due to take place at 11.15 with the start set for 11.30. Hurrah! 

10:39AM

But it's a but wet in London this morning. The covers are on at the moment and it's likely to remain damp until at least lunch. However, the forecast for the afternoon is better and play is expected – phew…

10:30AM

In Cardiff two days ago an England second XI didn’t just beat Pakistan, they thrashed them. It was as impressive performance from an England XI as many can remember in several years. And the Covid chaos that meant it was an under-strength England has led to several revelations. 

First, that the side’s strength in depth is greater than even some of the most optimistic fans would have suggested. Saqib Mahmood with the ball was exceptional. The fast bowler bowled with pace and aggression and his four for 42 suggested that he will be around for a wee while, and not necessarily in just white-ball cricket. 

After the nine-wicket win at Sophia Gardens Rob Key, on Sky Sports, suggested that England’s white-ball teams are fast becoming like the great Australia sides of the 1990s and early 2000s in that they are able to leave out world-class players and still field world-class XIs. On the evidence of the Thursday thrashing it’s hard to disagree with him.

Second, the county game is working, at least in the shorter formats, for the national side. The fact that so many (five) were handed a debut and inexperienced players able to come in and settle so quickly was testament to the structure of the game in England. 

There were mitigating circumstances in that it was Pakistan’s first match of the tour, but the manner of the defeat – England winning with nine wickets and 28.1 overs to spare – was still shocking. 

For Babar Azam the side needs to learn lessons and quick for today’s second ODI of three at Lord’s.

“We were a bit loose with the bat and that's why we didn't get a big total, but credit to the England bowlers,” the Pakistan captain said. 

For his opposite number, winning in his first ODI as skipper, the momentum the side will take into today’s clash is very welcome but he also warned against complacency. 

“It was a very clinical performance, when you get the opposition four down early on then you're ahead in the game,” Ben Stokes said. 

“When you get a new group together you're striving for that first real team performance. We didn't get put under pressure today, I have no doubt we will at some point. Not every game of cricket goes as smoothly as this.”

Stay here to find out what happens at the home of cricket. 


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England vs Pakistan, second ODI: live score and latest updates from … Sat, 10 Jul 2021 11:00:00 +0100-England will lock horns with Pakistan in the second of three match ODI series at Lord's Cricket Club, London today. Here's the dream11 team fort he contest –

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ENG vs PAK Dream11 prediction today: Fantasy cricket tips for England vs Pakistan match

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ENG vs PAK Dream11 prediction today 

England will lock horns with Pakistan in the second of three match ODI series at Lord’s Cricket Club, London on Saturday (July 10) from 3:30 PM IST. England were completely dominant in the opening game and kicked off the series with a win.

After losing the toss, Pakistan lost two crucial wickets in the first over itself. England's Saqib Mahmood knocked out Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam on duck in the first over. England bowlers restricted Pakistan to 141 runs, wherein only Fakhar Zaman (47) and Shadab Khan (30) contributed with the bat. 

Saqib Mahmood scalped four wickets while Craig Overton and Matt Parkinson took two wickets apiece. 

Pakistan team trembled in front of young English talent. At first, they didn't manage to put up competitive score and then bowlers couldn't defend the low total. Dawid Malan (68) and Zak Crawley (58) propelled Egland to a victory in the opening ODI. A defeat in totay's tie will mean a series defeat for the visitors.

My Dream11 Prediction for England vs Pakistan match

Mohammad Rizwan, Dawid Malan (C), Zak Crawley, Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Lewis Gregory, Shadab Khan, Ben Stokes,  Saqib Mahmood (VC), Shaheen Afridi, Craig Overton

ENG vs PAK Predicted Starting Playing XIs for England vs Pakistan

England​: Philip Salt, Dawid Malan, Zak Crawley, James Vince, Ben Stokes (C), John Simpson(wk), Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Brydon Carse, Saqib Mahmood, Matt Parkinson

Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan(wk), Saud Shakeel, Sohaib Maqsood, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf

ENG vs PAK Full Squads for England vs Pakistan

England 

Zak Crawley, James Vince, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes (C), Daniel Lawrence, Ben Duckett (wk), Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Saqib Mahmood, Matthew Parkinson, Jake Ball, Danny Briggs, John Simpson, Philip Salt, Brydon Carse, Will Jacks, Tom Helm, David Payne.

Pakistan

 Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam (C), Sohaib Maqsood, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf, Haris Sohail, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Saud Shakeel, Mohammad Nawaz, Usman Qadir, Agha Salman, Abdullah Shafique.


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