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PTV Sports Live Pakistan vs England first Test in Rawalpindi

PTV Sports LivePTV Sports Live Pakistan vs England first Test in Rawalpindi
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Pakistan vs England First Test Match

England were off to a blistering start in the first Test on Thursday at the Pindi Cricket Stadium as they struck the hundred in 13.5 overs against inexperienced Pakistani blowing attack – PTV Sports Live.

The visitors had scored 141 runs without losing any wicket in 20 overs when the story was filed.

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Both the openers Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett looked solid and had scored unbeaten 79 and 58 runs respectively.

PTV Sports Live Pakistan vs England first Test in Rawalpindi
Zak Crawley

By that time, Pakistan had tried four blowers including three debutants Mohammad Ali, Haris Rauf and Zahid Mehmood but nothing went in their favour.

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Earlier in the morning, England won the toss and decided to bat first with two debutants Liam Livingstone and Will Jacks.

Pakistan also fielded the left-hand middle-order batsman Saud Shakeel as the debutant along with three already mentioned bowlers.

Pakistan Squad in First Test:

  1. Abdullah Shafique
  2. Imam-Ul-Haq
  3. Azhar Ali
  4. Babar Azam (Captain)
  5. Saud Shakeel
  6. Mohammad Rizwan (Wicket Keeper)
  7. Agha Salman
  8. Naseem Shah
  9. Haris Rauf
  10. Mohammad Ali
  11. Zahid Mahmood

England Squad in First Test:

  1. Zak Crawley
  2. Ben Duckett
  3. Ollie Pope (Wicket Keeper)
  4. Joe Root
  5. Harry Brook
  6. Ben Stokes (Captain)
  7. Will Jacks
  8. Liam Livingstone
  9. Ollie Robinson
  10. Jack Leach
  11. James Anderson

The Rawalpindi Test is the first one in the three-match series between Pakistan and England.

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PTV Sports Live Pakistan vs England first Test in RawalpindiEngland are in Pakistan after a hiatus of 17 years to play a Test series. The last time they played a Test match in November-December 2005 at Lahore where Pakistan sealed a comprehensive victory by an innings and 100 runs.

It’s the first Test match between two teams being hosted by Rawalpindi.

Previously, they had played 86 Test matches between them from June 1954 to August 2020. Of those matches, England won 26 and Pakistan 21 while 39 matches ended in draw.

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