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PAK vs ENG T20I # Six : A Decider

 

PAK vs ENG T20I no Six : A Decider

Pakistan and Britain go head to head in the 6th T20I in Lahore on September 30. The hosts lead the series 3-2 subsequent to dominating the last two matches successively. The hosts have dominated their last two matches guarding and both the games went right down to the last possible second. This series has been one of the most firmly battled two-sided series lately. The series has likewise pre-arranged the two groups for the T20 World Cup.

In the event that Haris Rauf was Pakistan's legend in the fourth T20I, a youthful debutant named Aamer Jamal helped his side dominate the game in the fifth T20I. He guarded 15 off his last over as he nailed his wide yorkers not permitting the Britain hitters to take him for runs

Weather and Pitch

Discussing the weather all through the series up to this point, it has been warm and muggy at the two settings. Global cricket has gotten back to Pakistan after quite a while and hence the pitches have helped well for T20 cricket. Scores of 160 to 200 have been posted reliably and pursued on a couple of events. The past game was an intriguing illustration of Pakistan not crossing the 160-run mark. Another comparable kind of challenge is normal in the following game.

Lahore's Gaddafi arena has facilitated 18 T20Is with 10 matches won by the group batting first. 8 matches have been won by the group pursuing. The PAK versus ENG 6th T20I will begin at 7.30 pm neighborhood time. The temperature will associate with 30 degrees at night and the weather clear for good cricket. Dampness will be near 70% and dew is supposed to have an impact in the challenge.

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