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England’s Alex Hales plays a shot in the sixth Twenty20

AAMIR QURESHI

Free cricket tips, best bets and analysis for the seventh T20 between Pakistan and England.

where to watch

Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, 3.30pm Sunday

Best bets

England win the seventh T20
3pts 8-11 general

England top scorer Alex Hales
2 points 3-1 Betfair, Paddy Power

Preview of the seventh T20

An unbeaten, match-winning 88 from fly-half Phil Salt on Friday ensured England’s thrilling T20 streak in Pakistan comes down to a decisive seventh rubber on Sunday.

Bookmakers struggled to separate the pair for the entire historic series, which was England’s first visit to Pakistan in 17 years.

But the emphatic nature of Friday’s success, when Moeen Ali’s tourists chased 170 from 15 overs, persuaded the layers to make England favorites for Sunday’s decider.

A series win would be their first since a 2-1 success at home to Pakistan in July 2021. And it would be a timely boost for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia, where England will be looking to add the crown. from 20 to The 50+ equivalent they won so memorably in 2019.

Series defeats to India and South Africa at home in the summer had cast doubt on England’s position as second favorites for this tournament, but their performances in Pakistan were far more encouraging.

With captain Jos Buttler injured, one-day kingpin Jonny Bairstow joining him on the sidelines and top-flight prop Jason Roy jettisoned after a bad summer, England looked like a side in transition.

But the reintroduction of Alex Hales and the emergence of fellow fly-half Salt has somewhat allayed those fears and shows the strength in depth that England possess in white-ball cricket.

Hales played second fiddle to opening partner Salt on Friday, but there have been signs a big score isn’t too far away for the Nottinghamshire man.

He recorded half a century of 40 balls in his first England appearance in more than three years in the T20’s first clash in Karachi and netted four fours and a six in a eventful 27 from just 12 balls on Friday.

His excellent form for The Hundred winners Trent Rockets couldn’t have come at a better time given the struggles of his former opening partner Roy, and the 33-year-old can cement his place in the World Cup 11 in England leading them to serial success. in Lahore.


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