England vs Pakistan - 4th One-Day International Preview & Prediction

England vs Pakistan - 4th One-Day International Preview & Prediction

Belligerent is a term at risk of being over-used in cricket but it is simply the essence of Roy's batting style and was there for all to see as he stepped back and away to club Mohammad Hafeez over the extra cover boundary to bring up his eighth ODI century. They have an unassailable lead as the first ODI was washed out.

Pakistan's bowlers have come under scrutiny in the series so far and could make changes for this match with Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Hasnain both eager for a chance to impress whilst veteran batsman Shoaib Malik could boost the middle-order. In a series dominated by the batsmen, the action moves to Trent Bridge.

PAK vs ENG 4th ODI will be played on Friday, May 17, 2019.

Let's find out the ENG vs PAK Dream 11 team tips for the 4th ODI match, which will help you to make the flawless dream 11 team for today's match. These 2 English batsmen should be your first two picks. James Vince, 3. Joe Root, 4. He could be in for a big one next. Batting first, Pakistan's Babar Azam scored a brilliant hundred to steer the team to 340 for seven against the hosts.

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Between Sarfaraz Ahmed and Jos Buttler, the latter is any day a better choice.

In the third ODI against Pakistan - just his second ODI in a decade - Denly seemed to invent a new position: as a non-batting, non-bowling No 7. Fakhar Zaman, 3. Babar Azam, 4. He was dropped by Fakhar Zaman off Imad Wasim while on 27 and with England 62 without loss. On the other hand, Moeen Ali has a good cricketing temperament and he also played a fine unbeaten knock of 46 from 36 balls in the previous game.

It is time to unleash some pace again.

England batsman Jason Roy said his century against Pakistan was "very emotional" after a "rough morning" in hospital with his baby daughter. Pakistan will really hope to pull something back in the series before they head onto the World Cup. The toss will take place at 5:00 PM IST.

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