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| On Jul 17, 2021 7:09 PM IST

ENG vs PAK 2nd T20I: Possible Playing 11 of England

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ENG Playing 11: England will play Pakistan in the second T20I of the series here at Headingley. Already trailing the series 0-1, England will be looking to level the series in this do-or-die game. Despite the loss, the hosts will not be disappointed as they found yet another dashing batsman in form of Liam Livingstone who can be a crucial part of their World T20 plans. The runs conceded by the bowlers eventually cost England the match. In the overall head-to-head record in T20Is, England leads Pakistan 12-6.

Team News

  • England could bring back Jos Buttler back into the eleven. Moeen Ali is likely to make way for him.
  • Adil Rashid, who was rested for the first T20I, might replace Matt Parkinson in the eleven.

ENG Playing 11 (likely)

Jason Roy
Jos Buttler (wk)
Dawid Malan
Jonny Bairstow
Liam Livingstone
Eoin Morgan
Lewis Gregory
David Willey
Tom Curran
Adil Rashid
Saqib Mahmood

England have a power-packed top order in good hitting form. Liam Livingstone’s 42-ball hundred showed their white-ball depth and he will be the key once again. He will look to take with chance with both hands in the absence of Stokes Eoin Morgan looks set to play the finisher’s role. The bowlers were hammered all around the ground by Pakistan batters in the last game. England will look for a better performance from them.

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England squad

Eoin Morgan (C), Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jake Ball, Tom Banton, Jos Buttler (wk), Tom Curran, Lewis Gregory, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Saqib Mahmood, Dawid Malan, Matt Parkinson, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, David Willey.


Where to Watch ENG vs PAK 2nd T20I Live

You can watch the ball by ball and the Live score coverage of the England vs Pakistan 2nd T20I match on Sony Sports Network and Sony Liv. The match will be played on 18 July and will start at 7:00 pm (IST).

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Monojit Das

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