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Pakistan vs England, Final Preview, Probable 11, Pitch Report, All You Need To Know

In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 championship match, Pakistan and England will get down to business on Sunday (November 13). The main semi-last at the SCG had Pakistan overcoming New Zealand by seven wickets, while the second semi-last included England pounding India. The 1992 World Cup finals at the MCG will be rehashed, and England will go for the gold wanting to win the T20 World Cup briefly time.

South Africa tossed a help to the Babar Azam-drove group, and they haven’t thought back since. Pakistan has dominated three straight matches and gives off an impression of being a risky group. The charm Shaheen Shah Afridi, who has 10 wickets in three games, is vital to this extraordinary circle back.

Match details

  • Match: Pakistan vs England
  • Date & Time: November 13, 1:30 PM
  • Venue: Melbourne
  • Live Streaming: Star Sports

Dream11 Top Fantasy Picks 

  • Jos Buttler is the captain.
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi is the vice captain.
  • keeper of wickets: Mohammad Rizwan
  • Azam, Salt, and Hales, batters
  • Stokes and Shadab Khan are both all-rounders.
  • Bowlers: Adil Rashid, Woakes, and Rauf

PAK vs ENG Pitch Report 

The game will be held at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The itch is favourable for batting, and the batters take advantage of the bounce and carry. 160 is the par score, with the ground favouring chasing.

Probable Playing XIs


  • Babar Azam
  •  Rizwan
  •  Haris Mohammad
  •  Shan Masood
  •  Iftikhar Ahmed
  •  Mohammad Nawaz
  •  Shadab Khan
  •  Shaheen Afridi
  •  Mohammad Wasim
  •  Haris Rauf
  •  Naseem Shah


  • Alex Hales
  •  Jos Buttler
  •  Phillip Salt
  •  Ben Stokes
  •  Harry Brook
  •  Livingstone
  •  Moeen Ali
  •  Sam Curran
  •  Woakes
  •  Adil Rashid
  •  Jordan

Where to watch

you can watch the full match on Hotstar+ and star sports network

Match news

In the semi-final at Adelaide, England smashed India and delivered a type of message to Pakistan. With the bat in hand, Alex Hales and Jos Buttler put on a spectacular display, destroying Indian bowlers. Hales’ form was slightly concerning, but the powerful hitter improved in the semifinals.

With wickets from Sam Curran, Sam Woakes, and others, England’s bowling has appeared effective. Mark Wood’s availability for the championship games will be decided. Although England has played terrific cricket, the unpredictable Pakistani squad looms large.

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