PTV Sports Live Cricket Streaming Pakistan vs England 4th ODI 2019

(image via PTV Sports )

With some of the major players being rested, England will face Pakistan in the fourth ODI on Friday, May 7, 2019, at the Trent Bridge stadium in Nottingham.

Live updates:

Pakistan 116/1 in 20 overs (Fakhar Zaman 57)

Pakistan 11/0 in 4 overs

Pakistan lost the toss and bat first again!

The match will start at 5:00 PM PKT, 12:00 PM GMT. England is leading the five-match series 2-0 after winning the second and the third ODI.

The first match was called off due to rain. Another win for England would give them the series while Pakistan will need to win both the matches in order to even draw this series.

PTV Sports Broadcast Details

Sky Sports Cricket will telecast the match live in the United Kingdom. PTV Sports will broadcast the ODI between Pak and Eng live for the viewers in Pakistan. The live stream can be watched at

The online streaming will be available in the Indian subcontinent on SonyLiv’s app and website for the premium subscribers. SkyGo app and website will also give this facility.

Read: GTV Live Streaming Bangladesh v West Indies [Ban v WI] Final Tri-Series ODI

Four key men out as England aim to lock the series

There have been reports from the English cricket team that Liam Plunkett, Jonny Bairstow, and Chris Woakes won’t be playing the fourth ODI. James Vince, Jofra Archer, and Mark Wood are likely to come into the XI. Eoin Morgan has been suspended for this match due to the slow over rate in the previous match. Jos Butler will lead the side while Joe Denly will replace Morgan in the middle-order. David Willey is also likely to take a day off.

Hafeez declared fit to play

Mohammad Hafeez has been declared fit for this match and he is likely to replace Haris Sohail in the xi. Sohail has done well on this tour but giving Hafeez one go before the world cup seems important. Mohammad Hasnain to replace Faheem Ashraf in the line-up. There is no update on Shoaib Malik’s availability. Other than this, Pakistan would be mostly unchanged from the previous match.

Two of the highest scores in the history of ODI cricket were scored at the Trent Bridge. This one stat is enough to explain how good the surface at Trent Bridge is for batting. The short boundaries on some portion on the ground help the batsmen but the spinners could be a threat on this turf. The first which bats first would need to bat well and get a big score on the board. There is no update on rain and it is likely to stay away for this match.

Pak vs Eng 4th ODI live updates: