Live Pakistan tour of England, 4th ODI: England v Pakistan at Nottingham, May 17, 2019

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Pakistan 340/7
(50.0 Overs) RR: 6.80

England 341/7
(49.3 Overs) 6.88
England won by 3 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Jason Roy (rhb)11489128.08
Ben Stokes (lhb) *7164110.93
Imad Wasim (sla)10.006226.20
Mohammad Hasnain (sla)10.008028.00
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Ball by Ball Live Score Commentary

9.30pm: Well, no one scored 500, but it was still a darned good encounter. Personally, I love an old-fashioned 340 plays 340, with something in it for the bowlers [wink wink] … Anyway, thanks for your comments, we’ve had the usual fun. Valkerie’s report should be your next stop, and myself, Miller and Danyal will be back for more on Sunday. Until then, cheerio!

9.20pm: Presentations time, starting with Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed: “Tough luck, we put runs on the board but our bowling and fielding was not up to the mark. If we took catches and executed better, that was the difference. We have been working hard, but the way we are fielding is not up to the mark, with the World Cup coming. We missed yorkers, Mohammad Hasnain only playing his fourth match so they will learn. [Injuries in the camp?] Imam will hopefully be okay, a bruise on the elbow, but I’m not sure about Amir.”

England captain Jos Buttler: “Good to get there in the final overs, under pressure, Ben and Tom, that was a great partnership. Played well apart from that passage when we lost four wickets. [Tough game, learn more?] It can be, you have to find a way to win and we’ll have situations where we play poorly and come out the other end. Any time you can get one more than the opposition, with a guy like Stokes there at the end, is a great sign. [Bowling effort?] Thought we did really well, seen some games here really high-scoring so daft as it sounds, 340 I thought we did a great job with the ball. [Archer and Wood] The two of them opened up well, really exciting and unlucky not to take wickets in the first ten. Nice to have two guys who can bowl fast with the new ball. [Curran?] Yeah, every time something’s asked of him he comes up with the goods.”

Jason Roy is named Man of the Match: [Hundred?] “Yeah, we got there, it was an emotional feeling today. I knew we had a big total to get and I got out and I was very frustrated, but the boys finished it off very well. [Vince?] He played some strong shots, came out with a good gameplan. You’ve got your role, your way of playing, do what you do. We work hard, but you do surprise yourself sometimes. I was licking my lips in the 90s. [Fully fit now?] I’ve been pushed hard by the medical department, but I’m feeling extremely good.”

9.10pm: So, England become only the second team to score 340-plus in three consecuti… Sorry, England seal the series 3-0 with one to play, but it wasn’t without a fight here at normally placid old Trent Bridge. Pakistan revived some of their old magic while sparking a collapse of 4 for 15 in the middle of the innings, but they didn’t manage to get Ben Stokes, who carved out a confidence-boosting 71 from 64 to guide England through despite the wobbles. With Jason Roy rollicking along, it seemed England would repeat their nonchalant Bristol chase, but in the end it needed a steely knock from Tom Curran (as well as a non-existent run-out appeal from Pakistan) to help stave off the threat of an upset. And maybe a win like that will be all the more important when the World Cup pressure is on in a few weeks’ time?

49.31 Hasan Ali to Stokes dug in short, Stokes rasps a pull to deep midwicket – and England seal the win with three wickets to spare! 1 run

“Not appealing for that run out was a sheer stupidity from Sarfaraz,” groans Riaz318. “And why he took off Shoaib Malik from bowling? Very very poor decisions.”

49.21 Hasan Ali to Rashid angling in at 85mph, Rashid’s wrists come through as he whips one behind square 1 run
49.11 Hasan Ali to Stokes pitched up outside off, Stokes leans out and strokes the single through cover point 1 run

Hasan left high and dry, here. Three needed

End of Over No.49 England 338/7 Last Over (16 runs)

“Yep, we’ll take it!” whoops Peter

48.64 Junaid Khan to Rashid full, 85mph outside off, Rashid slashes a thick outside edge for four! That looks like game, set and match, as Sarfaraz sits on his haunches… He flung himself across to his right but couldn’t get there and England are almost home! FOUR
48.52 Junaid Khan to Rashid appeal for lbw as Rashid creeps out, accidentally kicked away as he goes for the single… Sarfaraz is complaining as they come back for two, but the umpires are not interested 2 runs
48.40 Junaid Khan to Rashid swing and a miss from Rashid no run
48.31 Junaid Khan to Stokes fired in straight and Stokes swats it for one 1 run
48.26 Junaid Khan to Stokes Asif goes for the catch at deep point, but can’t haul it in! Short ball, filthy delivery from Junaid, slapped high and handsome and it’s always coming down just beyond the boundary, great effort by Asif but ends up dropping it over the rope! SIX
48.13 Junaid Khan to Rashid slower ball outside off and Rashid larrups it through backward point, Hasan gives chase and hauls it in… though it then squirts past Hasnain coming the other way! Luckily it doesn’t go on to the rope at any point 3 runs

Junaid Khan to bowl the penultimate over, England needing 19 from 12

End of Over No.48 England 322/7 Last Over (4 runs)

Excellent over from Hasan, but England still just about favourites, you’d think. A couple of boundaries here or there the difference…

47.61 Hasan Ali to Rashid full and shaping in as Rashid backs away and clips along the carpet to mid-on 1 run

Good spot, from Mandy: “England same score as Pakistan at this stage…319/7 in 47.2…wat a coincidence!! ”

47.51 Hasan Ali to Stokes pitched up, 87mph outside off, Stokes can only plink into the covers for one off the toe 1 run

“It’s strange that commentators are finding out now the lack of Yorkers from Pakistani bowlers, I think it has been ages since they quit Yorkers and developed a strange infatuation to short pitched balls…” huffs Faizan, “but meanwhile hey! There’s a block hole for you!”

47.41 Hasan Ali to Rashid short ball, 84mph outside off and Rashid throws the bat, thick-edges into the leg side 1 run
47.30 Hasan Ali to Rashid fullish on off, Rashid gets forward and blocks no run

Adil Rashid out to the middle, still work to do

47.2W Hasan Ali to Curran another twist? The yorker does it, Curran playing on from outside leg stump! Well bowled, not much the batsman could do as he tried to make room… But is it too little, too late for Pakistan? Muted celebration from Hasan, which tells you something OUT
TK Curran b Hasan Ali 31 (36m 30b 5×4 0x6) SR: 103.33
47.11 Hasan Ali to Stokes round the wicket, full on off and poked into the covers for a single 1 run

Twenty-three needed off 18

End of Over No.47 England 318/6 Last Over (11 runs)

Not the worst over from Hasnain, but again the game lurches England’s way

46.60 Mohammad Hasnain to Curran taking the pace off and another swing and a miss no run
46.52 Mohammad Hasnain to Curran bit of width and Curran flays this up and over point for a couple more 2 runs

“Why Pakistani bolwers are so persistent with length balls,” squawks Fahad. “We have seen zero yorkers.”

46.40 Mohammad Hasnain to Curran short outside off, Curran has a big ole yahoo and misses no run
46.31 Mohammad Hasnain to Stokes full and wide of the stumps, Stokes chops down for one into the covers 1 run
46.26 Mohammad Hasnain to Stokes look out in the crowd! Picks him up from a length and lifted for six at deep midwicket! Stokes grabbing this game by the lapels at the last SIX
46.12 Mohammad Hasnain to Stokes round the wicket, full and sliding into the pads, it deflects fine and they come back for two 2 leg byes

Hasnain to complete his allocation… “Sweet Caroline” rings out around the ground, surely a bad omen for all of us Pakistan

End of Over No.46 England 307/6 Last Over (10 runs)

Ten off that over. Four more of those will do for England

45.61 Hasan Ali to Stokes length outside off, 87mph and guided through backward point 1 run

Here’s Rohan: “Bumble (former umpire, cricketer turned best comedian) on commentary has said that one bail is enough. For the fielder to remove the stump and have ball in one hand is only needed after both bails were already dislodged. So that was out. However, he raised a valid point. If the stump is lit, is it out? Cos the bail is not out of the groove (by the law it has to be) when the bat touches the line but is lit. We all don’t know what is true!”

45.51 Hasan Ali to Curran pace off again, flicked away through backward square leg 1 run
45.40 Hasan Ali to Curran slower ball, loops over the stumps as Curran swings wildly across the line! no run
45.34 Hasan Ali to Curran fullish, wide of the stumps and slashed up and over backward point! Into the gap again, to the delight of the crowd! FOUR
45.24 Hasan Ali to Curran heaves across the line, gets this away… another boundary skids to fine leg! Curran landing his punches FOUR
45.10 Hasan Ali to Curran punched back to the bowler, Hasan shapes to throw down the stumps as Curran skips back no run

Hasan Ali now, 44 needed off 30

End of Over No.45 England 297/6 Last Over (10 runs)

“Sarfraz touched the stumps without the ball!!” claims Dez. This is quickly becoming more confusing than the Zapruder Tape

44.61 Mohammad Hasnain to Curran pitched up, sliding down leg and cannoning into the pads for a leg bye 1 leg bye
44.51 Mohammad Hasnain to Stokes full toss, Stokes jerks away theatrically as the ball clips the outside edge… may have been a slower ball, they get one 1 run

“One of the bails were taken off during first run out attempt. Therefore, according to the rule the stumps should have been taken out of ground for the second run out attempt,” suggests River. “Curran would been given not out even if he was out of crease for just removing the bails.” We’ll get to the bottom of it somehow, I promise

44.42 Mohammad Hasnain to Stokes worked off the hips, Stokes wants two… and a slip by the fielder means they get back without drama this time 2 leg byes

What is it?

Pakistan tour of England, 4th ODI: England v Pakistan at Nottingham, May 17, 2019.

When is it?

Match will be played on May 17, 2019.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2019-05-17 12:00:00 GMT, 2019-05-17 13:00:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Who will WinPakistan tour of England, 4th ODI: England v Pakistan ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,Pakistan are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas England possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the Pakistan are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

What TV channel is it on Live?

The following TV Channels have acquired the official Broadcast rights for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Check this listing to know about Where to watch CWC 2019.

  • India and Subcontinent Star Sports, DD Sports DD National (DD1)
  • United Kingdom Sky Sports
  • South Africa Super Sports
  • Pakistan PTV Sports and Ten Sports
  • Bangladesh Ghazi Tv (GTV), Maasranga & BTV
  • Australia Fox Sports
  • U.S.A Willow Tv
  • New Zealand Sky Sports
  • Canada ATN
  • Middle East and North Afirca OSN Sports Cricket HD
  • Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)
  • Caribbean ESPN
  • Hong Kong Star Cricket, Today TV App
  • Singapore Star Cricket, Star Hub Go, Singtel
  • China Fox Network Group
  • Fiji Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
  • Europe, Japan ICC’s Facebook webpage
  • Malaysia Star Cricket, Astro Go
  • Afghanistan Moby TV

Score Cards

  • BowlingOMRWEcon
    Junaid Khan1008518.50(1w)
    Hasan Ali9.305716.00(5w)
    Imad Wasim1006226.20(1w)
    Mohammad Hasnain1008028.00(1w)
    Mohammad Hafeez804806.00
    Shoaib Malik20412.00
  • Partnerships
    1st94JM Vince 43JJ Roy 47
    2nd107JJ Roy 67JE Root 34
    3rd7JE Root 2BA Stokes 4
    4th0JC Buttler 0BA Stokes 0
    5th8MM Ali 0BA Stokes 8
    6th42JL Denly 17BA Stokes 25
    7th61TK Curran 31BA Stokes 24
    8th22*AU Rashid 12BA Stokes 10
  • BA Stokes 71*
    v BowlerDot46RBSR
    Junaid Khan3011613123.07
    Hasan Ali4101414100.00
    Imad Wasim2003560.00
    Mohammad Hasnain7412616162.50
    Mohammad Hafeez301108125.00
    Shoaib Malik6002825.00
  • BattingRB46
    JJ Roycaught wk11489114
    JM Vincebowled433960
    JE Rootcaught364130
    BA Stokesnot out716453
    JC Buttlercaught0200
    MM Alicaught0300
    JL Denlycaught172100
    TK Curranbowled313050
    AU Rashidnot out12810
    JC Archer
    MA Wood
    Extras(lb 5, w 12)17
    Total(7 wkts; 49.3 ovs)341
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