Eng vs Pak today match prediction, today match prediction news, Ball by Ball score who will win this match. This T20 International match will be played on 7th September, 2016. Both teams are playing the one and only T20 International of this Pakistan tour to England. If you want to see it then you can watch it on Local Channel.
Eng vs Pak will face each other on Wednesday 7 September, 2016. This would be the first and last T20I match of this T20I Series. The match will start at 18:30 Local and 17:30 GMT. The venue for the match is Old Trafford, Manchester (night).
Eng vs Pak Today Match Prediction Preview
Before this T20I series Pakistan and England have played a series of 5 ODI matches which was won by England by 4-1. Now they are playing T20I series which is comprised of only a single match. Pakistan and England has played 5 ODI matches so far. England has won 4 ODI matches of this series but Pakistan has won only one of them. If Pakistan could not win this last match then it was a clean sweep by England against Pakistan but Pakistan stopped it by winning the last match. England has won 8 Consecutive ODI matches against Pakistan which shows that Pakistan team is performing very poor in ODI matches these days. Its International ODI ranking has also been dropped to 9th position which is a great insult for such a team which is on Number One in ICC Test rankings. The last match of previous ODI series was won by Pakistan.
Eng vs Pak Today Match Prediction Tips
England will win the toss choose to bat and will win this match. Pakistan has recently lost 4 consecutive ODI match against England. So Pakistan team is under a huge pressure and it will be very difficult for them to handle this pressure and win this match.
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