Pakistan tours of England 2019 is all set to kick-off with a T20 International match on Sunday, May 5, 2019, The T20I will be played at the SWALEC stadium in Cardiff, Wales at 6:30 PM PKT, 2:30 PM IST.
The tour also consists of a five-match ODI series which will start on May 8 in London and conclude on May 19 in Leeds.
PTV Sports live streaming details
PTV Sports will broadcast the matches of Pakistan’s tour of England 2019 live in Pakistan. Sony Six will broadcast the matches in India. The Pak v Eng live streaming can be watched at Wickets.tv/
Sky Sports Cricket will provide television coverage in the United Kingdom. The highlights videos can be watched at the PTV Sports Youtube channel here.
Fox Sports will broadcast the match in Australia. SonyLiv app and website will cover the matches live of this series.
Follow the Indian Premier League matches here.
Amir’s last shot at a spot in the squad
With all the 17 players available for selection, Pakistan might have a hard time selecting their XI. Mohammad Amir could be given an opportunity and the same could be the case with Yasir Shah. Pakistan has a strong side with experience. Mohammad Hafeez and Shadab Khan are the notable absentees from the squad. In addition to this, Imam-ul-Haq could make his T20I debut.
— PTV Sports (@PTVSp0rts) May 4, 2019
Archer to make his T20I debut
England has somewhat chosen a second-string side for this series. Jofra Archer, who made his ODI debut against Ireland, is all set for his T20I. Chris Jordan is likely to get a spot in the XI, along with Ben Duckett. Dawid Malan missed this match due to an injury and Philip Salt is in the side as his cover.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) May 4, 2019
The Cardiff pitch has a slightly slowish and sluggish nature to it. It could have some drift and turn off the surface. The short boundaries will aid the batsmen but the ball could also nip around a bit. There is no update for rain, so it is safe to assume that the fans will witness an entire 40 overs match.
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