Pakistan vs England: Males’s fifth T20 Cricket Worldwide – Reside | Pakistan vs England 2022

Wood strikes with another short one! Haider Ali can’t take the pace and spoons up a return catch.

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Willey looks Charles Dagnall (‘daggers’) at Alex Hales who drops Rizwan at mid-off. A simple chance shelled. Hales has had margarine mitts in this field this series. Rizwan plonks the next ball for SIX too! A single brings Masood on strike and he falls in a soft fashion – a leading edge on a slower ball that loops to gully. England on top in the powerplay.


6th over: Pakistan 43-2 (Rizwan 19, Haider Ali 0)

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Wood slams the ball down into the middle of the pitch, hurrying the batters with his pace. Just the one boundary so far for Pakistan… and Wood gets the breakthrough! Another short ball and Babar gets a top edge off an attempted pull that is swallowed easily by Duckett on the square-leg boundary. First blood to Wood and England.


3rd over: Pakistan 17-1 (Rizwan 3, Masood 0)

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Moeen Ali calls correctly and inserts Pakistan. The outfield was underwater yesterday apparently, with groundsman hand-forking the turf to assist the drainage. The pitch looks good now though, but what do I know sat here 5412.766 miles away. I don’t even have my car keys in my hand either. BUT It might not be a run plundering match like the last few. Famous last words…

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Hello and welcome to the OBO of the fifth of seven T20Is between Pakistan and England from the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore (by way of a sofa in south London).


There’s always a danger that bilateral white ball series wind up to be almost instantly forgettable, lost to the relentless runaway train of global cricket, another notch on the games already heavily carved bedpost. But, this series hasn’t felt like that. The sense of history has no doubt helped but so has the actual cricket on the field.


The two sides are evenly matched and locked at two wins apiece with three games left to play. We’ve had blistering batting, bamboozling spin, searing pace, close finishes and plenty of other narratives running alongside. The longer series has allowed for these to play out and add to the intrigue.


As Autumn starts to bite here in the UK, a season of mist, mellow fruitfulness and the tanking pound upon us, it’s nice to hunker down and have cricket as distraction and comfort. There’s a warmth to it, which is just as well as the heating isn’t going on in our flat until November is breached (“Put a jumper on… another one!“)


Last night I curled up with The Unquiet Ones – Osman Samiuddin’s excellent book on the history of Pakistan cricket. A chapter entitled ‘The Fields of Lahore’ is beautifully evocative on Minto Park (now Greater Iqbal Park) the cradle of cricket on the north western fringe of the city that lies about 30 minutes away from the Gadaffi stadium.


“There are few more symbolic pieces of real estate in Pakistan… little about the park now suggests such momentousness. It doesn’t look epic or symbolic. The grass is green but not lush, and the mix of petrol fumes and cow manure is sharp. The pitches are mostly cement. Randomly dotted around the park on any day are a stream of informal games criss-crossing each other, where once were played matches that people still remember today. Even then, one game’s slip was always another game’s deep square leg.”


To Pakistan’s second city then for this fifth game. Play is due to begin at 3.30pm BST, I’ll be back with news of the teams and the toss very shortly.


As ever it would be lovely to hear from you, you can get in touch by Email or tweeting @Jimbo_Cricket.

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Vital occasions

Wicket! Haider Ali C&B Wooden 5 (Pakistan 52-3)

Wooden hits one other brief one! Hyder Ali cannot take the tempo and takes the return catch.

Seventh over: Pakistan 49-2 (Rizwan 21, Haider Ali 4) Adil Rashid got here into the assault and began effectively, grip and loop and drift. Simply six runs within the over as England squeeze in.

Wicket Masood CT Wooden b Willie 9 (Pakistan 42-2)

Willie appears to Charles Dagnall (‘Dagger’) to Alex Hales who leaves Rizwan at mid-off. A easy probability shelling. The Hales have margarine mites on the sphere on this collection. Rizwan hits the subsequent ball for a six! A single brings Masood on strike and he falls softly – a significant edge on a slower ball that goes to gully. England tops the facility play.

Sixth over: Pakistan 43-2 (Rizwan 19, Haider Ali 0)

Chris Vokes for Chancellor?

We’re in the course of an financial disaster m8. Learn the room.

— Thom (@tprhodes) September 28, 2022


We’re in the course of an financial disaster m8. Learn the room.

— Thom (@tprhodes) September 28, 2022

Fifth over: Pakistan 33-1 (Rizwan 7, Masood 9) Kerns’ Sam on the assault along with his sneaky left and Peroxide Barnett. He falls brief twice and Masood and Rizwan each run away with high edges that draw back from the fielder. Masood although connects with the final one and pulls away powerfully for 4. Pakistan hit solely the second boundary of the innings.

Tom Evershed Emails He and I are prepared for some biscuit-based chat:

“Glad to listen to you’ve got defied bourbon. Usually underestimated, they’re such superb biscuits. In fact, not all bourbons are the identical. I fondly bear in mind the fantastic Pleased Shopper bourbons. And Within the late Eighties I scoffed a packet of Nice Truthful Bourbon lotions each day. It set me up for all times.”

I had some custard cream yesterday too. And do not get me began on the Fruit Shortcakes Tom…

4th over: Pakistan 22-1 (Rizwan 7, Masood 2) So Wooden received Babar for the second time within the collection. His tempo is an asset to England and it is nice to see him again and bowling with a smile on that Cheshire Cat’s face. Wakes again to the assault and is again to his miserly self. A combination up! Rizwan is trapped in mid-pitch, the throw from the fielder may have seen him miles away if it had hit the stumps… as an alternative it went into Rizwan’s decrease again as he struggled for his floor. has been Ouch A ‘magic spray’ is known as for. I like deep summer time scents Morning the night

Wicket! Babar C Duck B Wooden 9 (Pakistan 17-1)

Wooden throws the ball into the center of the pitch, speeding the batsmen along with his tempo. Only one boundary for Pakistan up to now… and Wooden wins! One other brief ball and Babar will get a high edge with an tried pull that’s simply swallowed by Dutt on the sq. leg boundary. First blood to Wooden and England.

Third over: Pakistan 17-1 (Rizwan 3, Masood 0)

Mark Wooden celebrates after taking the wicket of Babar Azam. Picture: KM Chaudhary/AP

2nd over: Pakistan 13-0 (Babar 7, Rizwan 3) David Wiley finds some southpaw swing from the opposite finish however nothing appears to occur. He additionally struggles along with his radar, dropping a few massive ones down the leg aspect. Babar and Rizwan received collectively and had been completely satisfied. Oh look – Mark Wooden is coming. Seize your range.

First over: Pakistan 7-0 (Babar 6, Rizwan 1) Woakes begins with a leg aspect half volley to Rizwan who flicks it for a single. Babar pulled a brief ball for a pair however then produced a magnificence on a fuller drive to attain the primary boundary of the innings. Barely rusted, searching for swing however little or no discovered on first proof.

I’ve defied a packet of bourbon biscuits and I am settling for one more run-fest, brief boundaries and regardless of yesterday’s rain the pitch is wanting higher.

The gamers are taking the sphere. By its look there are a lot of flying critters, winged issues seen beneath the beam of floodlights. Chris Woakes goes to open the bowling – it has been a very long time since we typed this on OBO. Its place is slip. The stadium is packed and the environment is buzzing. Let’s play!

In situ at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore(!)

No apparent points with the pitch/outfield after heavy rain bathe yesterday. Boundaries look very inviting

— Matt Curler (@mroller98) September 28, 2022


Borrower Measurement Limits Noticed in Lahore:

Tiny boundaries in Lahore. They clearly desire a massive rating. Pity the bowlers

— Nick Hoult (@NHoultCricket) September 28, 2022



4 modifications for England: David Mullan, Sam of the Cairns, Chris Woakes and Mark Wooden are within the discipline for England.

Three modifications for Pakistan, Shadab for Qadir and Jamal for Hasnain.

Pakistan: Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Haider Ali, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Muhammad Nawaz, Aamir Jamal, Muhammad Wasim, Haris Rauf.

England: Phil Salt, Alex Hales, David Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali (c), Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Mark Wooden

England will win the toss and bowl.

Moin Ali made the fitting name and entered Pakistan. The outfield was apparently beneath water yesterday, with groundsmen placing up hand forks to assist drain the water. The pitch appears good now, however what do I do know sitting right here? 5412.766 miles away. I do not even have the keys to my automotive. However it might not be a run-scoring match like a number of the earlier ones. Well-known Final Phrases…


Hi there and welcome to the fifth OBO of the seven T20IIs between Pakistan and England from the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore (by way of Couch in South London).

There’s all the time the hazard that the two-sided white-ball collection will turn into virtually immediately forgettable, misplaced to the ever-running practice of world cricket, one other tick on an already heavy bedpost in sports activities. However, this collection did not really feel that approach. The sense of historical past has undoubtedly helped however so has the true cricket on the sphere.

The 2 sides are evenly matched and have three video games remaining with two wins every. We now have blistering batting, bouncing spin, quick tempo, shut completion and lots of different legends occurring. The longer collection has allowed them to play and add to the plot.

As autumn begins to chew right here within the UK, the season of fog, sleet and tanking kilos upon us, it is good to get lost and have the crickets as a distraction and solace. There is a heat to it, which is rather like our flat not having heating till the November breach (“Put a jumper on… one other one!“)

Curled up with me final night time Stressed – Finest e book on historical past of Pakistan cricket by Usman Samiuddin. A chapter titled ‘The Fields of Lahore’, Minto Park (now Higher Iqbal Park) is the cradle of cricket on the northwestern fringe of the town, about half-hour from the Gaddafi Stadium.

“There are few extra symbolic items of actual property in Pakistan… Little concerning the park now conveys this type of second. It does not appear epic or symbolic. The grass is inexperienced however not lush, and the gasoline fumes and cows shriek. The compost is difficult. The pitches are largely cement. On any given day, a stream of casual video games criss-cross the park, dotted randomly across the park, the place matches that individuals nonetheless bear in mind had been as soon as performed. Even then, one sport’s slip was all the time one other sport’s deep sq. leg.

Different cities of Pakistan once more for this fifth match. The sport is scheduled to start out at 3.30pm BST, I will be again with information of the groups and toss very quickly.

As all the time it could be nice to listen to from you, you may get in contact by way of e-mail or tweet. @Jimbo_Cricket.

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