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true then. Players running. Pakistan is in blue (in blue), England is in red, the national colors are irrelevant, we are all ready to stick around. It must be delicious.

[Eye emoji] This is actually outrageous.

How about xi, eh?

Pakistan: Muhammad Radwan (week), Babar Azam (centre), Haider Ali, Shan Masoud, Iftikhar Ahmad, Khushdil Shah, Muhammad Nawaz, Shahnaz Dahani, Muhammad Hassanein, Haris Raouf, Othman Qadir

England: Phil Salt (week), Will Jack, David Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brooke, Moeen Ali (centre), Sam Curran, Liam Dawson, Adel Rashid, Mark Wood, Reese Tubley.

Pakistan editorial pops up. The two top scorers in T20 cricket over the past two years are the outstanding Pakistani men. Muhammad Radwan and Babar Azzam top the POPs. They are also ranked first and fourth in the ICC rankings, respectively. useful.

Pakistan wins the lottery and the bowl first.

Not surprisingly, after his last heroic deeds came out, Babar flipped the coin and chose to chase again. His team is unchanged from his victory last night.

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He’d also throw Moin first but says he’s “not too frustrated” to face the bat. Three changes for England. Jack, as we said, appears for the first time. Mark Wood is back! That’s right guys. Sound the alarm. The quick guy is back! Another change that Reiss Tubli sees is in the side.

Will Jack for the first time. According to Matt Roller of ESPNCricinfo, he’ll be doing the jacks. 23-year-old dough roller from Surrey. What a week for the South London club. After winning the County Championship with a landslide victory over Yorkshire, there is another international match with England for one of their juniors.

Someone will get a new cover

Alex Hals and David Wylie did not travel to the National Stadium tonight. England is about to introduce a hat

– Matt Roller (@mroller98) September 23, 2022


Daniel Galan

Daniel Galan

Hello and welcome to Live OBO Report for the 3rd International T20 Championship between Pakistan and England from Karachi. We’re all squaring the streak after Alex Hales crushed a breezy half century in his comeback match to get things for the tourists before Babar Azam posted a majestic ton on the unbeaten opening podium of 203 to put the hosts in the scoring with certainty in his fashion.

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It was a great game for England led by Moin Ali, who told our man Andy Paul he was proud to lead his country:

It’s not just England players who are making waves in Pakistan. Two English coaches looked about 3,875 miles east. You can read all about it from our President Mr. Ali Martin here:

If you’re so inclined, and don’t mind a little self-indulgence on my part, take a peek at this week’s Spin column. In it, I examine the fallout from a new T20 franchise cycle, crammed into an already stuffed calendar, and why the national team captain was forced to watch from the outside.

These three pieces should keep you busy for the time being. I’ll be back with toss and team reports in about 30 minutes (unless of course you’re in touch with an email or tweet).

first ball in 7:30 p.m. local time / 3:30 p.m. GMT.

I catch you in a little.

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