“Ptv Sports Live” Pakistan vs England 4th T20I 2022 Cricket Match Free Live Telecast Available on PTV Sports?


Pakistan vs England T20i series is going on in National Stadium, Karachi. Both teams have played three matches up till now and the teams are ready for a 4th face-off. The fourth match of this seven-match series is going to be held on Sunday, September 25. You can follow this match on PTV Sports Live.

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Pak vs Eng T20i 4th Match will happen in National Stadium, Karachi. It will occur on Sunday, 25 March at 7:30 pm as per Pakistan Standard Time. You can watch the whole series on PTV Sports Live on your television and online. So, stay tuned to the channel and enjoy this suspenseful series to see whether the trophy will stay home or guests will take it away.

Pakistan and England have played three matches in the T20i series. The score lies 2-1. England won the first and third matches of the series. However, Pakistan also did a great effort in achieving a victory in the third match.

In the third match, Moeen Ali, the England captain beat the host by 63 runs. Their powerplay and playing strategies helped them achieve victory. There have been only three matches until now. There are 4 matches to come in the series. So, the fate is not yet decided. Both teams need to play the rest of the four matches to see where the trophy falls.

Pakistan’s top players failed to show their best performance in the third match. Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan have failed to make runs against the team. All the team members failed to make a significant score. However, Shan Masood did his best to secure some runs for the teams. But, it was not enough until the whole team performed equally.

Experts say that after the failure of Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan, the team has to rely on middle-order batsmen in the upcoming matches. In contrast, England players, Mark Wood, Ben Duckett, and Harry Brook have been unstoppable against the host team.

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Dawson to Rizwan, FOUR runs

Quick judgement, fast hands – drifts onto middle and leg and Rizwan hammers that all along the carpet behind square leg

Topley to Rizwan, FOUR runs

Easy does it! The left-armer tries to bowl a magic inswinger but his line if oss enough for a nudge around the corner to give Rizwan his second four

Topley to Rizwan, FOUR runs

CRUNCHED! Much better from Rizwan: holds his shape as Topley offers width and slaps him through cover

Stone to Rizwan, FOUR runs

EDGED! But deliberately so… Rizwan hangs back and uses the pace to guide between the keeper and third man, who is up in the circle

Topley to Rizwan, FOUR runs

Too short, too wide (of leg stump) and Rizwan has a bit of a free hit, helping the ball on its way for a two-bounce four. He’s not happy, mind – the batter thought that should have been the first six of the innings…

Dawson to Babar Azam, FOUR runs

… and that’s a boundary to start! Beautiful balance from Babar – rocks back and cuts in front of point

Dawson to Rizwan, FOUR runs

Smart! First bit of ingenuity in this innings. Rizwan gets down on one knee and paddles over his shoulder

Stone to Rizwan, FOUR runs

Too easy Full toss from Stone and Rizwan just offers the full face of the bat to straight drive crisply

🔴Babar, Rizwan off to flying start as Pakistan score 52-0 after powerplay

Adil Rashid comes into attack

PAK 52-0 (6 Overs)

Stone back into attack

PAK 42-0 (5 Overs)

Dawson replaces Stone

PAK 31-0 (4 Overs)

Topley continues

PAK 23-0 (3 Overs)

Olly Stone comes to bowl the first over of his career

PAK 15-0 (2 Overs)

Reece Topley to bowl from the other end

PAK 7-0 (1 Over)

Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan came out on crease to open for Pakistan. Liam Dawson to lead the bowling attack for England.


KARACHI: England won the toss and opted to bowl first in the fourth T20I against Pakistan here at National Stadium, Karachi.

England currently have a 2-1 lead in the historic seven-match T20I series.


Pakistan: Babar Azam (c), Mohammad Rizwan, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Asif Ali, Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf, Usman Qadir, Mohammad Wasim

England: Moeen Ali (c), Phil Salt (wk), Alex Hales, Will Jacks, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, David Willey, Liam Dawson, Adil Rashid, Olly Stone, Reece Topley


Matches-24, England-16, Pakistan-7, No Result-1