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16:17

OVER 10: ENG 80/2 (Sal 26 Duckett 28)

Brilliantly skillful from Duckett to sweep Mawaz in front of the square for four, followed by a scoop over his shoulder for two before finishing with a hard-hitting reverse sweep for four more. He has made 28 of 16 with four fours.

time for beverages.

Shooting:

Dawid Malan of England is brought down by Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan during the second IT20 match between Pakistan and England at Karachi National Stadium on September 22, 2022 in Karachi, Pakistan - Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Dawid Malan of England is brought down by Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan during the second IT20 match between Pakistan and England at Karachi National Stadium on September 22, 2022 in Karachi, Pakistan – Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Hunter:

Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan points to the press center as he celebrates the firing of Dawid Malan - Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan points to the press center as he celebrates the firing of Dawid Malan – Alex Davidson/Getty Images

16:12

MORE THAN 9: ENG 66/2 (Ps 25 Duckett 15)

England tries to accelerate but the limits are great. Lots of twos out there. Not many sixes. Salt has a bog hoick on Qadir, he misses and Rizwan and the bowler call for a catch. However, they do not check. And wisely. Salt hits a ground single, Duckett sweeps for two and reverses the throw for a single. The salt is churned by one that skids wide at the end of the envelope. It’s a horrible pitch to hit…dead, sticky, low.

Salt is drenched in sweat and asks for a towel.

16:08

MORE THAN 8: ENG 62/2 (Ps 24 Duckett 12)

He spins at both ends as Babar returns the ball to Nawaz. Duckett sweeps for a single and ends the over with a ramp over his right shoulder for four. Before that, Salt freed his arms to hit the coverage sweeper for a single and then deftly reverse swept for two.

16:05

MORE THAN 7: ENG 53/2 (Ps 20 Duckett 7)

Usman Qadir appears at the end of the Powerplay. Salt drives a leg spin to cover two and slices for one. Duckett hits a single around the corner and Salt drags a single through midwicket off a short one that he didn’t hit in the middle.

Nick Hoult is back in his nest in Karachi:

Back on the roof and you’ve just been bombarded by a zeppelin-sized green bug – you don’t get that on Wantage Road.

Alex Hales of England is brought down by Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan during the second T20 cricket match between Pakistan and England, in Karachi, Pakistan - AP Photo/Anjum Naveed

Alex Hales of England is brought down by Shahnawaz Dahani of Pakistan during the second T20 cricket match between Pakistan and England, in Karachi, Pakistan – AP Photo/Anjum Naveed

16:01

MORE THAN 6: ENG 48/2 (Ps 16 Duckett 6)

What a change! Two wickets in two balls for Dahani and Duckett heading into the hat-trick ball. It goes full and fast, but Duckett defends hard.

Duckett throws two paddles through midwicket to get off the mark. Good wheels from Dahani, a solid 88 mph until he tries the slower ball. Duckett reads it and waits, then strikes behind the square for four, more of a soft slap than a whirlwind of Thoroughbred air.

15:56

Shutter!!!

Malan b Dahani 0 He left with the first ball, rolled around his legs as he walked, and went for the quick move. FOW 42/2

15:53

Shutter!!!

Hales b Dahani 26 Dahani, as always, celebrates as if he won the World Cup. Hales was trying to throw a straight over midwicket with a cross bat, missed and heard the death rattle of off and mid being hit. FOW 42/1

15:52

MORE THAN 5: ENG 42/0 (Sal 16 Hales 26)

Another bowling change brings Haris Rauf into Powerplay. Salt pulls on the first one, almost butting it, but he’s still going for four, just slipping away from Iftikhar’s dive. Salt then throws a 93 mph ball off his ankles for a single. Hales backs off of Rauf’s shorter one and skirts it high over the ravine for a one-bounce four. Seat of the pants things. Effective but ugly.

15:49

MORE THAN 4: ENG 32/0 (Ps 11 Hales 21)

Dahani replaces Nawaz. England take him for a pair of shoving offside singles, Hales is hit in the box through the inside rim, then swings his bat into an outside hit and cuts it through the vacant second slide for four. It may be a calculated assault, but there is nothing controlled about it. England finished the over as it began with a pair of singles, taking the arm from mid-on after Hales’ direct hit struck the non-striker’s stumps.

Alex Hales-Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Alex Hales-Alex Davidson/Getty Images

15:42

MORE THAN 3: ENG 24/0 (Ps 9 Hales 15)

Hasnain goes full, wide and fast, racking up three valuable point balls to start over as he makes the right turn to set the pace. Hales, however, adapts by using his feet, crossing over to whip four to the long leg (he would have been on lead had he missed) and then backing up to slice six over the slips with a big yahoo across the line. .

15:39

ENVELOPE 2: ENG 13/0 (Ps 9 Hales 4)

Salt strides toward the first and takes a long walk with a high boost. He just cleared the jumping fielder, but he cleared him, he did. Six! Cover cuts off a pokey drive but Salt spins the punch with a clip on the ground. Hales takes the mid on but doesn’t grab it, putting it just past the fielder for two. Hales re-targets Mid-on with a quick strike that slices 3 feet before he dives. They run only one, but it’s a risky business.

David Gower is engaging in some contractual commentary, talking about the qualities of Sensodyne.

15:35

ENVELOPE 1: ENG 3/0 (Sal 2 Hales 1)

Mohammad Hasnain runs in. Full of people again at the National Stadium. Salt strikes with a slip and a short, skinny leg that springs into action, first ball, when Hasnain drifts onto Salt’s pads and the starter hits him in the corner. Fine leg stops the limit but they run one.

Hasnain hits 90 mph with his second ball and pushes it away as Hales whistles into the air. He goes off the next ball mark with a bunt to third. The breeze helps the swing. Salt cuts in a wide, thick edge with a single to the deep third man, but that’s the sum of the damage from the other side as Hasnain continues to throw fast and full, foiling Hales’ attempts to drill into the infield.

Mohammad Nawaz will also open the bowling with his slow left arm, as he did in the first match.

15:28

Winning scores batting first at Karachi

Has been:

203 for five.

205 for three.

200 for six.

172 for eight.

So 200 looks on par.

Anyway, here come the starters. Hasnain will open the bowling alley.

15:23

the view from above

Nick Hoult Reports from the National Stadium

Spidercam is back. The problem with the cables and the landing of the police helicopter in an emergency has been solved, waiting to hear exactly how. Maybe the helicopter is smaller, or they can lower the cables faster.

15:15

Moeen on why he’s batting first

Wicket (sic*) doesn’t look that new, there are a lot more cracks and we also have three spinning wheels.

* In the words of Richie Benaud, “It’s a pitch, Moeen.”

15:13

A change for Pakistan

Mohammad Hasnain replaces Naseem Shah:

Pakistan Babar Azam (captain), Mohammad Rizwan, Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Shahnawaz Dahani, Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf, Usman Qadir.

15:06

The teams

England Alex Hales, Phil Salt (week), Dawid Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali (capt), Sam Curran, David Willey, Liam Dawson, Adil Rashid, Luke Wood.

15:05

A change for England

Liam Dawson replaces Richard Gleeson.

15:03

England have won the toss

And he will bat first.

14:44

In other news

Surrey won the county championship, beating Yorkshire by 10 wickets. Just in time for a new Prince of Wales, patron of the club and motif of his three feathers. And who won the Championship in the year the last Prince of Wales was born, 1948? glam! And in the year he was made Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester by letter patent, 1958? surrey. Shome coinhidenshe, as Bill Deedes would say, deceased of this parish.

14:14

Buenas tardes

And welcome to live coverage of the second Twenty20 of seven and the second of four in Karachi during the cue ball segment of England’s first tour of Pakistan in 17 years. Even though it took them 116 balls to chase down Pakistan’s modest score on Tuesday, victory, at least after Adil Rashid sacked Babar Azam, was never in significant doubt…and Thoroughbred Harry Brook carried them. properly home.

All the criticism for the Pakistan captain before the game seemed misplaced: his problem isn’t his hit rate at the top of the order, it’s the inability of the middle order to spin hard or even read Rashid. As they looked like they were walking into a glue trap after the Powerplay, England’s fastest bowler, Luke Wood, knocked them down.

Richard Gleeson struggled with a back problem in the opener and is likely to lead the way today, giving England a chance to assess how Olly Stone’s rehab is going or make Tom Helm debut. Both can replicate Gleeson’s pace which, given the barrenness of the pitch, will be necessary if they decide not to try Liam Dawson as a third player given Pakistan’s problems against Moeen and Rashid. Jos Buttler, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes and Reece Topley may not show up until all three games in Lahore… if at all.

There’s also talk of batting rotation, with Will Jacks or Jordan Cox potentially replacing Ben Duckett, who did well on his comeback with a 17-ball 21 but may be destined to only play two or three times on tour. because England want to give equal chances to each of their three mid-order prospects who are not in the World T20 squad.

As for Pakistan, I’d like to see Aamer Jamal make his debut – he’s a batsman who can consistently score at a strike rate above 150, while Mohammad Hasnain, their 90mph third man, should replace Naseem Shah, who he seemed to have a very muddled approach in the first T20, ignoring his scorching natural assets for some Dernbachian obsession with slower balls disguised without art.

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