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PAK vs ENG LIVE Score – Pakistan England Rawalpindi Test DAY-4 LIVE: 1st session ends. Visitors have Joe Root and Zak Crawley…

PAK vs ENG LIVE Score – Pakistan England Rawalpindi Test DAY-4 LIVE: 1st session ends. Visitors have Joe Root and Zak Crawley on the crease. England lost Ben Duckett, early in the second innings. Soon Ollie Pope followed the opener back into the pavilion. Pakistan got bundled out on 579. After their first innings, the Hosts are trailing England by 78 runs. England made mammoth 657 first innings. Earlier on Day 3 Babar Azam, two openers Imam Ul Haq and Abdullah Shafique scored 100’s to lead the hosts’ fightback. For England, Will Jacks bagged six-for on debut to keep Pakistan in check. Watch PAK ENG LIVE Streaming on SonyLIV & Follow Pakistan vs England LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN.

After the end of Day 3, Pakistan was trailing England by 158 RUNS. Pakistan was battling at 499/7 in reply to England’s RUN-MOUNTAIN of 657.

England 2nd Innings





Pakistan 1st Innings

Centuries are RAINING at Rawalpindi

  • 7 Centuries already scored by both Pakistan & England batsmen
  • 4 knocks above 100 were scored by England batsman
  • Four of England’s top five batsmen smashed rapid hundreds.
  • Pakistan so far has scored 3 centuries including Babar Azam’s 136

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PAK vs ENG LIVE Score: Pakistan trail by 158 RUNS, England target wrapping up Pakistan’s remaining 3 wickets early: Follow PAK ENG Rawalpindi TEST Day-4 LIVE

PAK ENG DAY 3 Highlights: Pakistan skipper Babar Azam became the seventh batsman to smash a century on Saturday. After an English quartet hammered hundreds on Friday, a trio of home batters helped themselves to centuries to power Pakistan to 499/7 on Day 3.

Agha Salman was batting on 10 with Zahid Mahmood on one at the other end when bad light stopped play, with Pakistan still 158 behind England’s massive first innings total of 657. Batting records continued to tumble on the placid pitch, however, with all four openers hitting hundreds in the first innings of a Test match for the first time.

Resuming on 181 for no loss, openers Imam-ul-Haq (121) and Abdullah Shafique (114) duly brought up their hundreds before England struck with their spinners. Imam and Shafique’s 225-run collaboration nearly matched the 233-run opening stand Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett had forged for England.

After 65 overs of denying England a breakthrough, the Pakistan openers, however, fell in quick succession. Abdullah became Will Jacks’ (3-132) first Test victim after attempting a cut shot and instead deflecting the ball into Ollie Pope’s waiting gloves.

Abdullah’s third test hundred included 13 fours and three sixes. Jack Leach removed Imam by luring the left-hander into stepping out only to find Ollie Robinson at long on. Imam smashed 15 fours and two sixes in his third Test hundred — all three of which have come at Rawalpindi. Azhar Ali (27) got an extra life on 20 when Crawley spilled him at leg slip but could not capitalise and fell lbw to Leach a short while later.

Babar was rock solid as usual. His England counterpart Ben Stokes tried to bounce him out on an unresponsive pitch and Babar had no problem pulling him repeatedly. He eventually brought up his eighth test hundred and first against England with a four off Stokes, making a little prayer before resuming batting.

England claimed four wickets in the final session to maintain their upper hand. Robinson dismissed Saud Shakeel (37) in the first over after tea and Babar was the next to go, fluffing a cut shot against Jacks. Babar’s 136 was studded with 19 fours and a six.

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ramiz Raja has described the state of the pitch at Rawalpindi as “embarrassing”, blaming it on the lack of Test matches played there.

PAK vs ENG Day 3 Highlights: Will Jacks puts England in COMMAND, Pakistan still trail by 158 despite Babar Azam century: Watch Rawalpindi Test DAY 3 Highlights

PAK vs ENG HIGHLIGHTS: Pakistan mounted a spirited reply to England’s mammoth first innings total of 657 on Friday as the opening test between the sides turned into a veritable run-fest on a lifeless track in Rawalpindi.

After nearly five sessions in the field, Pakistan displayed their stomach for a fight to finish day two on 181 for no loss, still 476 runs behind, in what has become a batting contest with more than 800 runs scored across the two days. After four English batters smashed hundreds on Thursday, Imam-ul-Haq (90) and Abdullah Shafique (89) were closing in on their centuries when bad light stopped play.

Earlier resuming on 506-4, England continued to bat with a take-no-prisoners attitude and went on to post their highest total against Pakistan. Skipper Ben Stokes nonchalantly stepped out to smash the second ball of the day over bowler Naseem Shah’s head for a six en route to an 18-ball 41.

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Naseem (3-140), leading a Pakistan attack that contained three debutants, had his revenge four balls later when he clean bowled the England captain. Liam Livingstone fell for nine in his debut test but overnight batsman Harry Brook (153) was simply unstoppable.

The 23-year-old, who smashed six fours in a Saud Shakeel over on Thursday, once again embodied England’s highly entertaining brand of cricket milking 27 runs from a Zahid Mahmood over. Leg spinner Zahid bled 235 runs – most by any test debutant – in 33 overs for his four wickets.

Naseem finally ended Brook’s 116-ball blitz, which contained five sixes and 19 fours and England added 151 runs to their overnight score before being all out.

Their run rate of 6.5 is the highest for any team in a test innings of 100-plus overs. If England batted with gusto, Pakistan replied with grit and approached the match in a more conventional way.

While Imam and Abdullah could not match the jaw-dropping strike rate of their English counterparts, their dogged partnership ensured Pakistan remain in the contest on a track which offered nothing for the bowlers on either side. James Anderson nearly got Abdullah caught behind on 64 but replays confirmed the ball had touched ground before nestling in the glove of a diving Ollie Pope.

England 1st Innings

Zak Crawley b Haris Rauf 122 111 21 0 109.91
Ben Duckett lbw b Zahid Mahmood 107 110 15 0 97.27
Ollie Pope (WK) lbw b Mohammad Ali-II 108 104 14 0 103.85
Joe Root lbw b Zahid Mahmood 23 31 3 0 74.19
Harry Brook c Saud Shakeel b Naseem Shah 153 116 19 6 131.90
Ben Stokes (C) b Naseem Shah 41 18 6 2 227.78
Liam Livingstone c Saud Shakeel b Naseem Shah 9 10 0 1 90.00
Will Jacks c Naseem Shah b Mohammad Ali-II 30 29 4 0 103.45
Ollie Robinson lbw b Zahid Mahmood 37 51 3 1 72.55
Jack Leach Not out 6 18 0 0 33.33
James Anderson c IU Haq b Zahid Mahmood 6 10 1 0 60.00
Extra 15 (b 2, w 1, nb 2, lb 10)
Total 657/10 (101)
Yet To Bat



England (Playing XI): Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope(w), Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes(c), Liam Livingstone, Will Jacks, Jack Leach, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson

Pakistan (Playing XI): Abdullah Shafique, Imam-ul-Haq, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam(c), Saud Shakeel, Mohammad Rizwan(w), Agha Salman, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Ali, Zahid Mahmood

PAK vs ENG LIVE Score: Pakistan trail by 158 RUNS, England target wrapping up Pakistan’s remaining 3 wickets early: Follow PAK ENG Rawalpindi TEST Day-4 LIVE

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