Pakistan v England sixth T20 predictions and cricket betting tips | Sports News

Alex Davidson

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Mohammad Rizwan (left) and Moeen Ali achieved top scores for their teams in the fifth T20

Alex Davidson

Free cricket tips, best bets and analysis for the sixth T20 international between Pakistan and England on Friday.

where to watch

Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, 3.30pm Friday

Best bets

England
2 points 10-11 general

Shadab Khan top scorer in Pakistan
0.5pt 40-1 Betfair, Paddy Power

Preview of Friday’s game

The seven-game Twenty20 series between Pakistan and England is proving to be a delicious appetizer ahead of next month’s T20 World Cup in Australia and Friday’s game six is ​​set to be another cracking contest.

Pakistan lead the series 3-2 after three- and six-point wins in the last two matches, but the bookmakers are struggling to pick a favorite for Game 6 in Lahore and England deserve support to put in place a decision-maker on Sunday.

White ball captain Jos Buttler is unlikely to be in danger as he continues his recovery from a calf injury, but Moeen Ali is an admirable understudy and his England side could easily be 4-1 rather than 3- 2 in the series.

They won the first and third games in style and were close to winning the fourth game before losing their last three wickets for a run.

England’s fast bowlers put them in a winning position in Wednesday’s clash in Lahore, crushing Pakistan for 145 despite Mohammad Rizwan’s fourth half in five games.

However, skipper Moeen, who hit four sixes in an unbeaten 51, was the only England batsman to find mastery of tricky ground and Pakistan secured a narrow victory.

England’s bowling attack looks much stronger with Mark Wood, Chris Woakes and Sam Curran fit again and left arm Reece Topley could return in the 11 for the sixth T20.

Topley and Wood performed the rare feat of firing both prolific Pakistani fly-half Rizwan and Babar Azam cheaply in the third T20, setting up a 63-point run for England.

Tourists will be desperate to grab the top wickets again and Pakistani all-rounder Shadab Khan is worth a small bet at a huge price for top scorer.

Shadab arrived at number eight on Wednesday, hit his first pitch for six and was run out on the second delivery he faced, but that cameo doesn’t do his batting skill justice. Beating at age five, he was the top scorer with 36 against Afghanistan in the Asian Cup on September 7.

Shadab enjoyed a stellar Pakistan Super League campaign in 2022, scoring 268 runs at a strike rate of 162 in eight innings for Islamabad United, including 91 from 42 balls against Multan Sultans, and he is a value bet to play with. the bat.


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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 2:20 PM, SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

Ruth J. Leeds