England vs Pakistan 2nd T20I in Old Trafford, Manchester live starts at 6.45pm IST on August 30 – Live Cricket Score, ENG vs PAK Live Updates, Live on Sony LIV, Ball-by-Ball Commentary updates from 2nd T20I between England and Pakistan.
ENG vs PAK 2nd T20: Match Prediction After succumbing to a Test series defeat in a decade, Pakistan hoped to seek vengeance but rain once again played spoilsport in Manchesters as the 1st T20 got washed out.
After Tom Banton scored his maiden T20 fifty, the Three Lions could manage a score of 131-6 in 16.1 overs before rain started pouring in.
The rain put paid to England’s innings and encroached on Pakistan’s to such an extent that play had to get underway by 9.19pm to permit a five-over match.
With 30 minutes to spare, the groundstaff began a hasty mopping-up operation but on the stroke of 9pm, the umpires decided no further play would be possible due to the wetness of the outfield
England vs Pakistan 2nd T20 GAME in Old Trafford, Manchester live starts at 6.45pmpm IST on August 30.
Sony Pictures Network will broadcast the series LIVE and will also LIVE stream the series on SonyLIV.
Predicted Playing XIs (ENG vs PAK T20I series)
Tom Banton, Jonny Bairstow(w), Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan(c), Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, Tom Curran, Lewis Gregory, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Saqib Mahmood.
Babar Azam (capt), Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf.
Pitch condition (ENG vs PAK T20I series)
The Old Trafford pitch is expected to favour pace bowlers as it did in the last two T20Is played here. However, in the first T20 international Tom Banton slogged spinner for gigantic sixes before the Pakistani spinners brought the visitors back in the game.
Weather forecast (ENG vs PAK T20I series)
In a much blessed news, there is no chance of rainfall at the Old Trafford, Manchester during the second T20 International match.
In ENG vs PAK 2nd T20, Pakistan may emerge victorious given England susceptibility in playing spinners as it was evident in the 1st T20. Also, England has not won a T20 match in Manchester recently. England has lost the last two T20 Internationals at the Old Trafford, by 9 wickets to Pakistan in 2016 while by 8 wickets by India in 2018. England’s last win at the Old Trafford came way back in 2015, by 56 runs against New Zealand.