((PTV Sports Live)) Pakistan vs England 7th T20 Streaming Online 2022


Let’s get reaaaaaaaaaaaadddddy… to ruuuuummmbbbbbbllllleee! It’s almost time for Game 7 in this epic contest, and the series is still on the line. This is unprecedented in T20 internationals, as you could probably guess (in the only other seven-match bilateral series played previously, Malawi were 5-0 up after six matches before Mozambique claimed a consolation win at the last).

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So get strapped in, for one last encounter between two teams of contrasting strengths. Matt Roller, our man on the ground, has some early tidbits of team news, with Mohammad Hasnain and Chris Woakes spotted marking out their runs. He also reckons Jos Buttler will remain on ice, which would give him just three T20Is in Australia – plus a warm-up against, yep, Pakistan – to prove his fitness for the T20 World Cup 2022.

Mohammad Hasnain to Hales, OUT

There’s the breakthrough! Hales is pinned plumb in front of all three, a full-length nipbacker, thumping the knee-roll as the bat swung late across the line. That is a very timely wicket for Pakistan, with the tempo just slowed by Rauf the over before

Alex Hales lbw b Mohammad Hasnain 18 (13b 3×4 0x6) SR: 138.46

England 39/1Mohammad Hasnain 1.1-0-7-1
Mohammad Wasim to Hales, FOUR runs

Flat-batted drive! Open stance, full length, bludgeoned through the covers! England are in a mood tonight!

Mohammad Wasim to Hales, FOUR runs

Whipped up and over midwicket! Walking to the off-side, anticipating the tighter line, and fierce wrists launch it over the infield

Evening all. Well, this is going to be fun! One tweak to the team we had below, it’s Khushdil not Haider tonight.

Meanwhile, it’s over to England to set the necessary tempo. Phil Salt, he of a ballistic chase in Match Six, and Alex Hales are out in the middle. Mohammad Nawaz has the ball. Play!

Tom Smith: “The new ICC rules had already started since yesterday Andrew so lets see if they play a crucial part in the match today” Yes indeed. In particular, the new batter will be on strike if they cross when a wicket falls.

7.20pm: I went early with the Michael Buffer bit, of course, but the stands are filling up at the Gaddafi, and we’ll be underway in this deciding T20I shortly. Time to hand the mic over to Andrew Miller, and let the brawling begin

Zubair Islam: “Eng has won toss 5 times out of 7. It was only 2nd time that Babar won the toss…so much for the luck with coin, as only time Pak won toss before today, and asked Eng to bat they scored 220… lets see what decider pressure can do today.” Yes, that one didn’t go to plan. This is a used track, too, so every chance it will be pretty slow by the second dig later tonight…

7.10pm: So Pakistan have brought back their big guns, in Rizwan and Rauf – Mohammad Haris not getting much of a run after debuting in the previous match – and the fact they will be chasing means the openers will can perfectly calibrate their scoring rate to whatever England put up. That’s the plan, anyway. England will go out looking to blow the doors off, as always. Rizwan, by the way, is homing in on the most-prolific T20I series of all time – he needs just 5 runs to go past the World T20 records of Tillakaratne Dilshan (2009) and Virat Kohli (2014), and then it’s only Taranjeet Singh and Gustav McKeon between him and greatness

“A bit sorry for Luke Wood, who had a great 1st game, bad 2nd game like other English bowlers there) and wasn’t given another chance since.” It’s tough side to get into (so they say), Yoel. Tom Helm and Jordan Cox will at least have some interesting stamps in their passports

Pakistan win the toss and will bowl, Babar has a big smile on his face. He won’t have to worry about the dew tonight. Several changes for Pakistan, with Mohammad Rizwan, Haris Rauf and Mohammad Hasnain coming in – Mohammad Haris, Shahnawaz Dahani and Aamer Jamal miss out. “Excited to play in front of our crowd,” Babar says, “they’ve been waiting for this series and we want to win.” Moeen wanted to bowl, too, of course, but England will have to try and raise the roof with the bat. Woakes in for Richard Gleeson is their one change. Wood is officially “not risked tonight ahead of Australia”.

Pakistan: 1 Babar Azam (capt), 2 Mohammad Rizwan (wk), 3 Shan Masood, 4 Iftikhar Ahmed, 5 Khushdil Shah, 6 Asif Ali, 7 Mohammad Nawaz, 8 Shadab Khan, 9 Mohammad Hasnain, 10 Mohammad Wasim, 11 Haris Rauf

England: 1 Phil Salt (wk), 2 Alex Hales, 3 Dawid Malan, 4 Ben Duckett, 5 Harry Brook, 6 Moeen Ali (capt), 7 Sam Curran, 8 Chris Woakes, 9 David Willey, 10 Adil Rashid, 11 Reece Topley

One of the unexpected stars of this tour has been Ben Duckett, who isn’t part of the group who will travel on to Australia for the World Cup. So effective has his approach against Pakistan’s spinners been, that it has seemed as if he’s auditioning for a role in Sooty and Friends – and he’s had the last laugh on those who criticised his technique after his maiden tour of Asia back in 2016-17. More predictable was that “Heavy” would cover himself in glory, and of course he’s done it again while taking a trip to the Bagh-e-Jinnah

6.40pm: Matt has further further intel, and it might be slight cause for concern from an England perspective. “Think Mark Wood missing out tonight which is a surprise. Woakes, Willey, Topley, Curran have marked run-ups. Bit of a setback if so as he was due to play.” You could certainly forgive England wrapping him on cotton wool at this stage, given the impact he has made in two appearances on tour, following six months out with an elbow problem

Here’s Ahmed Ul Hassan to get us started: “Let’s get ready to either trash talk about Pakistan’s forsaken middle-order or completely ignore it until their next loss.” You know the drill, Ahmed

“Hello I am a big fan and inshallah Pak team will win. Thank you England for visiting on this amazing tour and hopefully we can get to play more and more matches together.” Indeed, Ayaan Alam, bring on the seven-T20I tours. But don’t fear, they’ll be back for Tests in December

Matt has further further intel, and it might be slight cause for concern from an England perspective. “Think Mark Wood missing out tonight which is a surprise. Woakes, Willey, Topley, Curran have marked run-ups. Bit of a setback if so as he was due to play.”

That’s a wrap for tonight, thanks for keeping us company. These two teams can’t be separated, so we’ll be back for one last dance in Lahore on Sunday, with the series spoils on the line. You’ll find Danyal’s report up on the site shortly, and Matt Roller will have more to come from the ground. From myself, Vish and Raghav, it’s good night. Bye!

Time for some presentations (at least, it should be)… Phil Salt is Player of the Match: “Definitely [best T20I knock], nice to do it with the series in the balance. Always a challenge at the top when you feel you’re playing well but picking out fielders and finding ways to get out. Pleased with the backing from the management about how they want me to play. You need competition, the best sides have that. Everyone’s trying to put their best foot forward and show the coaches how good they are.”

Pakistan captain Babar Azam is next up: [Paraphrased from Urdu by the interviewer] “Thought it was a good score, could have got 10-15 more. England’s use of the powerplay was the turning point. Middle order roles, players need to take responsibility, hope they will in the next game.”

England captain Moeen Ali: “Very happy, thought the way we batted in particular was outstanding. Shows if you stick to the process, you don’t have to slog you can play proper shots. And I thought the seamers were outstanding today. If you don’t lose wickets early on you can keep going.

Good base, good shots, really impressive performance. Another good game, I hope, it’s been a brilliant series. We feel we’ve learned a lot as a group. [Buttler] He’s feeling good, been training a bit more. Whether or not we risk him for one game, we’ll see.

After two nerve-shredding, nail-biting defences from Pakistan, England get their chasing mojo back, and in some style. Phil Salt’s career-best 88 not out brings them victory with 33 balls to spare, and means we will have a decider in Lahore on Sunday night.

The dew is probably due some credit, too, as batting seemed to get a lot easier as the game wore on; but England’s pedal-to-the-metal approach will rarely prove more effective than that, all of the home attack going at more than 10 an over other than Shadab Khan, who picked up a respectable 2 for 34. This seven-match series is going all the way, baby!

Our stats man, Sampath, has this: “Second biggest win in terms of balls to spare while chasing a target of 170 and more”

PAK VS ENG 2022 live HD streaming – Watch Pakistan vs England Live match stream online only on Tapmad. After 17 years, Pakistan is honored to host PAK vs ENG seven match T20I series in Karachi and Lahore.

The first four matches of this T20 series will be played in National Stadium, Karachi, while the remaining 3 will be hosted in Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. Pakistan Squad includes, Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Asif Ali, Khushdil Shah, Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Shadab Khan, and more.

Pakistan has prepared to chase England Cricket Team with 8 Right-Handed Batsman, 5 fast bowlers and 5 spinners.

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Pakistan vs England 7th T20 2022: Watch PAK vs ENG Live PTV Sports Match Today
England levels the series by 3-3 beating Pakistan in the sixth T20I match of the series; Pakistan will be looking forward to taking down the English team in the 7th T20 International. The match will begin at 7:30 PM PST while the toss will take place at 7:00 PM. The seventh and the last match of the series between both teams will be played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.


After a very engaging and intense six games, the last IT20 of the seven-game series between Pakistan and England takes place on Sunday evening in Lahore. England won the sixth match by a decisive margin of eight wickets on Friday night to tie the series at 3-3 and arrange this deciding encounter. Read on as we preview this game. The match gets begin at 19:30 local time at the Gaddafi Stadium.

Pakistan were nothing near their best on Friday although skipper Babar Azam delivered a good innings. With Mohammad Rizwan and Haris Rauf back in the lineup they will be very hard to beat. England seemed to be back to practically their dominant batting best in the sixth game of the series. If one of their batters can pull off another innings like Phil Salt did, we should have another terrific game.

PTV Sports Live PAK vs ENG 2022:
The live streaming of the Pakistan and England T20 series will be available on PTV Sports. The 7th T20I will be played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore at 7:30 PM.


Take a bow!! What an absolute thunderous knock by @babarazam258 and @iMRizwanPak .LEADING from the front like a true champion & proud of you. 🏆❤️👏👏👏🇵🇰🇵🇰🇵🇰#pakistanzindabad #PAKvENG #Pakwin pic.twitter.com/WBW55NOLJ3

— Abid Ali (@AbidAli_Real) September 22, 2022

England Tour of Pakistan T20 Schedule 2022

Date: Sep 20, Tue

Match: Pakistan vs England, 1st T20I

Venue: National Stadium, Karachi

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: England won by 4 wickets

Date: Sep 22, Thu

Match: Pakistan vs England, 2nd T20I

Venue: National Stadium, Karachi

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: Pakistan won by 10 wickets

Date: Sep 23, Fri

Match: Pakistan vs England, 3rd T20I

Venue: National Stadium, Karachi

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: England won by 62 runs

Date: Sep 25, Sun

Match: Pakistan vs England, 4th T20I

Venue: National Stadium, Karachi

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: England won

Date: Sep 28, Wed

Match: Pakistan vs England, 5th T20I

Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: Pakistan Won

Date: Sep 30, Fri

Match: Pakistan vs England, 6th T20I

Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

Result: England Won

Date: Oct 02, Sun

Match: Pakistan vs England, 7th T20I

Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

Time: 7:30 PM, 02:30 PM GMT / 07:30 PM LOCAL

ENG v PAK T20I Squad

England: Will Jacks, Liam Dawson, Sam Curran, Moeen Ali, Harry Brook, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Reece Topley, Mark Wood, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Luke Wood, Jordan Cox, Philip Salt, Richard Gleeson, Tom Helm, Olly Stone, Adil Rashid

Pakistan: Babar Azam (C), Asif Ali, Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Khushdil Shah, Aamer Jamal, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Mohammad Haris, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Hasnain, Shahnawaz Dahani, Usman Qadir, Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah, Abrar Ahmed.