T20 World Cup 2022: England vs Pakistan Final Live Scores Only | ENG vs PAK Final Live No Commentary

T20 World Cup 2022: England vs Pakistan Final Live Scores Only | ENG vs PAK Final Live No Commentary

T20 World Cup 2022: England vs Pakistan Final Live Scores Only | ENG vs PAK Final Live No Commentary


ICC Mens T20 World Cup 2022 England vs Pakistan Final Live Scores Only This Match Will be Played at Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne on 13th November 2022 This Match Will Start at 1.30pm From Indian Standard time. ENG vs PAK Final T20 World Cup 2022 Live No Commentary By Sports

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. We are here in the final day of the tournament hopefully since there is rain predicted later in the night. So it is Pakistan and England taking on each other to become the champion of this mega event. MCG Melbourne Cricket Ground is all set to host this summit clash. This is the third T20 World Cup final for both Pakistan and England. While Pakistan won the title in 2009 and lost in 2007 England won the title in 2010 and lost the final in 2016.


Can England win their second World Title or will Pakistan lift the title for the second time in their history? Head-to-Head (in T20Is): Out of 28 T20Is between Pakistan and England the Jos Buttler-led side has dominated in 18 of them. While 9 matches were won by the Men in Green one match ended with no result. Head-to-Head (in T20 World Cups): England have firm dominance over Pakistan in T20 WC as they have thrashed their opponent two times and haven’t lost a single game in the marquee event. Road to the finals (Pakistan): ‘You cannot predict what will happen to you in the next second’ – with many ups and downs this has been a journey that the Pakistan team won’t forget. Yes they are unpredictable. After losing the first two matches closely to India and Zimbabwe there was too less a chance of a person thinking of them being in the finals. The Babar Azam-led side did what they could control defeating Netherlands and South Africa comprehensively.



But it was South Africa’s loss to the Dutch unit on the last league match day that gave them an opportunity to make it through to the semi-finals. And they did take the opportunity from both of their hands by edging past Bangladesh in their final league match to become the fourth team in the semi-final. Road to the finals (England): Starting off brilliantly the Jos Buttler-led side beat Afghanistan in their first group game. But then they faced a humiliating defeat at the hands of Ireland thanks to persisting rain. The nightmare continued for them at MCG as rain played spoilsport in their next game against their traditional Ashes rivals Australia and ended up sharing points. Incame Alex Hales and Jos Buttler with all guns blazing to shatter India and made the run chase of 169 look so easy. They mocked the Indian bowling to win the semifinal by 10 wickets with four overs remaining setting the final dates with Pakistan. What to expect: Rain. After some days of sunshine in this World Cup we’re back to how it all started in the Super 12s. The met department has forecast a soggy weekend ahead in Melbourne with probability of rain as high as 90% at match start time.

There is a reserve day allocated for Monday but rain will remain a factor even then. The MCG pitch has offered good bounce and carry but the average first-innings score of 167 this tournament is the second highest among venues in this tournament. Pitch Report (Nasser Hussain and Ian Bishop): “Slightly shorter leg side boundary from the member’s end. The seamers bowl short here to get the batters trapped with the short ball. You want to pitch the new ball up for some sort of swing. Little dry grass on the surface and also some green patches. At one stage this pitch will have more bounce than any other tournament. Stick to your strengths in the powerplay and don’t go halfway down.” Audio Content Disclaimer For This Content This is self-created content and not copied content.

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