After beating England in the test series by 2-0, the Pakistan Cricket Team is all set to face the English team in a 5-ODI series in United Arab Emirates. You can find Pakistan vs England 4th ODI Live Streaming, highlights and match reviews here on crickock.com
Pakistan vs England 4th ODI Live Streaming
The match starts at 4:00 pm PST. This stream is available for Pakistan only. If you live outside Pakistan, you can watch Live Cricket Streaming here .
Form (Last 5 Matches)
England: L W W L L
Pakistan: W L W L W
Pakistan vs England Statistics
2: The number of times the teams have faced off at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi. England won both the encounters.
21: The number of runs Younus Khan needs to become the highest scorer at this venue. He has 564 runs from 18 innings @ 33.
4: Maximum number of matches played by a player from the current England squad in UAE, by Steven Finn and Eoin Morgan.
250: Average first innings score
215: Average second innings score
2: Number of times a score excessive of 300 has been scored at Sheikh Zayed. The last time it was scored was way back in 2009, by New Zealand against Pakistan.
313/6: Pakistan’s highest score at this venue, coming way back in 2007.
453: Highest run scorer between Pakistan-England matches, amongst current players, by Younus Khan. But it has come in a modest average of 26.
142: Number of runs required by Younus Khan to become the 5th highest run scorer for Pakistan in ODIs.
Pitch and Venue
In spite of Pakistan’s extremely good record in UAE, Sheikh Zayed has not been a good hunting ground for the home team. In fact, England has won both the matches they played at the venue against Pakistan.
The pitch is not a flat pitch by any measures. Known to have decent bit of pace and bounce, it is known to assist the spinners as it wears and tears.
Pakistan vs England ODI Series – Teams
Moeen Ali (All-Rounder), Reece Topley (Bowler), Jason Roy (Batsman), Jonny Bairstow (Batsman), Chris Woakes (All-Rounder), Jos Buttler (Wicket-Keeper), David Willey (Bowler), Alex Hales (Batsman), Liam Plunkett (Bowler), Adil Rashid (Bowler), Joe Root (Batsman), Sam Billings (Batsman), James Taylor (Batsman), Eoin Morgan (Captain, Batsman), Chris Jordan (All-Rounder)
Ahmed Shehzad (Batsman), Zafar Gohar (All-Rounder), Azhar Ali (Captain, Batsman), Mohammad Hafeez (All-Rounder), Mohammad Irfan (Bowler), Anwar Ali (Batsman), Younis Khan (Batsman), Sarfraz Ahmed (Wicket-Keeper), Yasir Shah (Bowler), Babar Azam (Batsman), Wahab Riaz (Bowler), Rahat Ali (Bowler), Aamer Yamin (Bowler), Mohammad Rizwan (Batsman), Shoaib Malik (All-Rounder), Bilal Asif (All-Rounder)