England vs Pakistan (ENG vs PAK)ODI Predicted Playing 11, World Cup 2019 LIVE Updates: Dream 11 Team

Pakistan will be looking to make amends after suffering a humiliating loss in their opening encounter against West Indies in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. Sarfraz Ahmed’s men will be up against hosts England in their second encounter on Monday. The match will be played at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. While Pakistan will be aiming to leave their West Indies drubbing behind, England will be hopeful of continuing their winning run in the tournament after beating South Africa in the opener at the Oval.

MATCH DETAILS

Location – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Series World Cup
Hours of play (local time) 10.30 start, First Session 10.30-14.00 Interval 14.00-14.30, Second Session 14.30-18.00
Match days 03 June 2019 (50-over match)
Umpires Marais Erasmus Sundaram Ravi
TV Umpires Ruchira Palliyaguruge
Reserve Umpire Chris Gaffaney
Match Referee Jeff Crowe

England Team Squad –

PLAYERROLE
Eoin Morgan (c)Middle-order batsman
Moeen AliBatting allrounder
Jofra ArcherBowling allrounder
Jonny Bairstow †Middle-order batsman
Jos Buttler †Wicketkeeper batsman
Tom CurranBowling allrounder
Liam DawsonAllrounder
Liam PlunkettBowler
Adil RashidBowler
Joe RootTop-order batsman
Jason RoyMiddle-order batsman
Ben StokesAllrounder
James VinceBatsman
Chris WoakesBowler
Mark WoodBowler

Pakistan Team Squad

PLAYERROLE
Sarfaraz Ahmed (c) †Wicketkeeper batsman
Asif AliMiddle-order batsman
Babar AzamBatsman
Fakhar ZamanOpening batsman
Haris SohailMiddle-order batsman
Hasan AliBowler
Imad WasimAllrounder
Imam-ul-HaqTop-order batsman
Mohammad AmirBowler
Mohammad HafeezAllrounder
Mohammad HasnainBowler
Shadab KhanAllrounder
Shaheen AfridiBowler
Shoaib MalikMiddle-order batsman
Wahab RiazBowler

After failing drastically against West Indies in their opening fixture, Pakistan would hope for a better show from their batsmen as the team prepares itself to take on hosts England on Monday. The Asian side were bundled out on 105 in just 21.4 overs and the pressure will remain the same against a fiery English bowling line-up.

England, on the other hand, would like to carry forward their rock-solid form in ODI cricket. The team started their campaign on a high note and secured a convincing 104-run win against South Africa in the tournament opener. The entire English unit is in impeccable form and Ben Stokes, the all-rounder, shone with both – bat and the ball in their previous fixture. Jofra Archer, England’s latest inclusion in their ODI side is another bowler to watch out for. After having a great outing in India during the Indian Premier League, the Barbadian born English cricketer picked three wickets in the seven overs he bowled against the Proteas.

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