Here's how to stream the high-scoring ENG PAK T20 cricket series from UK, India, Pakistan, USA, Australia and beyond
- What time is England vs Pakistan in the T20 cricket?
- How to watch Pakistan vs England on a live stream for FREE
- How to watch Pakistan vs England on a different free live stream
- How to watch Pakistan vs England in the UK
- How to watch Pakistan vs England in India
- How to watch Pakistan vs England in the USA
- How to watch Pakistan vs England in Australia
- How to watch England vs Pakistan in New Zealand
- How to watch Pakistan vs England if you’re abroad
- Who will win ENG vs PAK?
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England vs Pakistan in the sixth T20i is on today, Friday September 30, and here is how to watch the game on a live stream from anywhere. The next game in this frankly brilliant series starts at 7.30pm PKT, 3:30pm BST, 10.30am ET, 7.30am PT, 4.30pm SAST, 8pm IST, 12.30am AEST, 2.30am NZST. Both of the last two are Saturday October 1 due to the time difference.
In the last game – the 5th in this seemingly endless T20 series – England won the toss and elected to field. The team batting second LOST both the last two games so that was not quite as obvious a choice as it might sound. The England attack included Woakes, Wood and Willey – on the face of it, a very strong line-up, if a bit retro.
Woods in particular thoroughly worked Pakistan’s batting over. Genuinely scary stuff at times. As a result of his assaultative bowling, a few dubious shots, and some amateur hour run-outs, PAK were all out for 145 after 19 overs.
That was our first sight of the Lahore pitch after 4 games in Karachi, so it was hard at that point to say if that was a bad score or a par score. The batsmen seemed to like it much less than the flies, who were out in force. Like the Lahore air, the pitch seemed kind of sticky, and even the one-man army, Rizwan, couldn‘t turn this into an impregnable score. He was out for 64, snaffled out by cute imp Sam Curran. The next highest score was, erm, 15.
Since England’s top order immediately started pointlessly getting out trying to crash every ball for 6 when they only need a run a ball, it’s still hard to say if it was a decent total or not. But one thing is certain: England lost and went behind for the first time in this seven-game series. It was great drama, but England’s top 5 batted poorly in the power play and the overs of spin that came after. That’s with the honourable exception of Dawid Malan, who batted sensibly and arguably shouldn’t have been given out. However, despite his and captain Moeen’s late-innings efforts, Riswan’s batting and the all-round excellence of Pakistan’s attack mean they now lead 3-2 with two to play
Here’s how to watch the next Pakistan vs England match on a live stream. If you’re out of the country and can’t access your preferred domestic broadcaster, you can use a VPN to bypass geo-restrictions (opens in new tab). There are some handy free options, with commentary in Urdu, or you can go for the full, luxury Sky treatment and get the dulcet tones of David Gower, and the not-quite-so-dulcet tones of Mark ‘Butch’ Butcher and Nasser ‘Nass’ Hussain.
What time is England vs Pakistan in the T20 cricket?
The next match takes place Friday September 30 and comes to you live and direct from the Lahore National Stadium. England vs Pakistan is on at 7.30pm PKT, 3:30pm BST, 10.30am ET, 7.30am PT, 4.30pm SAST, 8pm IST, 12.30am AEST, 2.30am NZST.
How to watch Pakistan vs England on a live stream for FREE
How to watch Pakistan vs England on a different free live stream
PTV Sports not playing ball for you? Luckily, it is not the only Pakistan-based free streaming option for this series. You can also catch the action on ARY ZAP, whatever that is. They have live streams of all the T20i matches against England and you can take a look at this one right here. (opens in new tab)
How to watch Pakistan vs England in the UK
Needless to say, this match is on Sky Sports, which means it’s also available via its NOW streaming service. £33.99 will buy you access for a month, which is enough to see all the remaining matches in this series. That’s not a great deal, as NOW deals go, but you do get a free week of ‘Boost’ which means visuals are in full and beautiful HD rather than slightly iffy 720p.
How to watch Pakistan vs England in India
How to watch Pakistan vs England in the USA
How to watch Pakistan vs England in Australia
Fox Cricket and the Foxtel streaming service (opens in new tab) should be Aussies’ first port of call. You can also watch via a one-week free trial of Kayo Sports (opens in new tab), if you haven’t done that already. Otherwise, you could opt for Kayo Basic, which is $27.50 per month.
How to watch England vs Pakistan in New Zealand
As in the UK, the official broadcaster of choice is Sky Sports, with NOW and Sky Go being your streaming options. (opens in new tab)
How to watch Pakistan vs England if you’re abroad
If you’re out of the country on holiday or business, you can still get access to a live stream – simply use the best VPN around to get past those geo-restrictions. A streaming VPN is a very handy thing, as it means you can hop on a server within the US, UK or anywhere else and it will switch your IP address to make it appear as if you’re browsing right from the comfort of your own home.
- VPN – standing for virtual private network – offers security and anonymity as you browse online, using set protocols to encrypt your data and make it unreadable to outsiders.
- As a part of that, you can also switch your IP address, which identifies your location.
- Most VPNs offer a list of locations where its servers are based to join. Connecting to them switches your IP to appear as if you’re browsing from that country/city. In turn, you can then access content locked to that country.
- When it comes to finding a VPN, you should make sure you find the best one that’s suitable for your chosen device, with VPN providers offering compatibility for a ton of devices, including VPN for Mac, and even a range of fairly nifty free VPNs.
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- We also want to ensure your money is well spent, so we would recommend going for a VPN that offers a risk free trial. ExpressVPN is one of many providers that has a 30-day money back guarantee (opens in new tab).
Who will win ENG vs PAK?
Pakistan’s captain and opener Babar Azam will be a key man – although PAK can’t keep expecting him and Riswan to do all the work
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England have been playing Pakistan a lot recently, and there are another three T20i matches to go after this one. In a way, you could see it as making up for lost time, since England have not toured the cricket-mad nation of Pakistan for 17 long years. Well it’s typical isn’t it? You wait 17 years for a T20i between ENG and PAK and then 7 come around the corner at once. Come to think of it, T20 hadn‘t yet been invented the last time England were in this part of the world.
So far we’ve seen England largely dominate with the bat. However, they lost the second game regardless, because PAK openers Babar and Rizwan put on one of the all-time great T20i partnerships to poach an astounding victory. Anything can happen in this format of the game but England’s batting firepower is such that they should end up winning the series. Harry Brook looks like he’ll be true star of England batting for years to come, and everyone in England’s lineup is a potential menace. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s middle order has yet to get going – although to be fair, they weren’t even required in that second match.
The return of Mark Wood, bowling at warp speed after a long injury lay-off, and the hulking Reece Topley gave the bowling a big upgrade over Luke Wood and David Willey, who led the attack in the first two games. Mark Wood has been rested for this match, so fellow paceman Olly Stone comes in. Having two bowlers of genuine pace not injured for once is a big plus for England, pre-World Cup.
It‘s worth noting that Karachi is a great batting wicket. It’s not a case of ‘win the toss, win the match’ but the side chasing definitely has an advantage. England have shown that the way to counter that is to launch an unrelenting onslaught from the very start of the first innings. They ran up 200 in the second game and, when that didn’t prove to be enough, they put on 220 in the third!
This series is an important warm-up for next month’s T20 World Cup. Hopefully the two sides won’t be sick of the sight of each other by the end of it. I suspect the bowlers may well finish up a bit jaded, as these games have been all about batters piling on runs and scoring sixes for fun. It’s great entertainment, so long as you’re not the poor bowler being repeatedly hoicked into the stands.
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