September 22, 2022 8:41 PM
Alex Sarwar

Pakistan vs England – 3rd T20 International Preview & Prediction

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When is Pakistan vs England taking place? Friday, September 23rd, 2022 – 15:30 (UK)

Where is Pakistan vs England taking place? National Stadium, Karachi

What is the expected weather for Pakistan vs England? 29-30c dry with cloudy spells and a moderate breeze

What channel is Pakistan vs England on? The match will be televised live on Sky Sports in the UK

Where can I stream Pakistan vs England? Sky Sports subscribers will be able to stream the match live via the Sky Go app

Pakistan beat England by ten wickets



  • Pakistan bounced back in some style following Tuesday’s loss and they had two of their biggest stars to thank as Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam masterminded a ten-wicket victory, chasing 200 down in majestic fashion, breaking their own world record opening partnership with Babar scoring a second T20i century of his career.
  • Bowler Naseem Shah missed the last game although it was not disclosed whether this was due to injury or simply rotation with Mohammad Hasnain preferred instead and Naseem could come back into the side should it be the later.


  • England looked to have racked up a good score after winning the toss and batting first, expecting the pace to get harder to play on, but alas the dew factor made batting easier and the visiting bowlers toiled against the brilliance of Rizwan and Babar.
  • A knock saw fast bowler Richard Gleeson replaced by an extra spin-bowler in Liam Dawson, but England could well revert back to using just Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali as their primary options and field an extra pace bowler instead such was the ease of Pakistan’s chase.


With the series locked at 1-1, plenty of excitement will be in the air as Pakistan and England once again take to the field in Karachi, less than 24 hours after the second T20i. It is clear having seen the first two games that whilst the pitches have been very good, these contests are significantly affected by conditions with the chasing side finding it slightly easier to bat on as the dew eliminates any swing from the white ball. Having said that, England’s bowling was poor on Thursday and a similar performance will see them punished once again by Pakistan’s fearsome openers. However, the smart move here would be to back the chasing team in this encounter.

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