After losing the first two One-Day Internationals, Pakistan will be aiming to bounce back by hook or crook, so that they can maintain their chances alive in the five-match series. The third game which is a day/night one will start at 06.30 p.m IST (2.00 PM BST) atNottingham.

Overs 5 - Score 34/1

Pakistan 21/0 in 3 overs

England scores a world record 444/3 in 50 overs. (Hales 171, Butler 90, Root 85, Morgan 57)

England wins the toss and they decide to bat first:

The Pakistan line-up:

Sami Aslam,Babar Azam, Sarfraz Ahmed, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Yasir Shah, Shoaib Malik, Sharjeel Khan, Azhar, Nawaz and Mohammad Amir.

Overs 12 - 71/1

OUT!JJ Roy caught Sarfraz Ahmed bowled Hasan Ali 15

Overs 5 - 33/0

Live score: England 10/0 in 1.4 overs.

Team details

Pakistan dressing room is not at all happy after tasting defeats in the initial matches. The team manager and coach may ask Azhar Ali to juggle the losing eleven again, but we are not sure what difference it will make in the morale less Asian side.

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The bowling department of the Pakistani team is strong on paper with aspiring names like Yasir Shah, Wahab Riaz, and Mohammed Amir. If the trio succeeds in destroying the top order English lineup, then chances of winning this clash will be high for Azhar's boys.

On the other hand, English camp is filled with happiness, as they have won two consecutive matches in a very convincing manner. The only point of worry is Alex Hales' form, but Eoin Morgan is quite confident about the opener, and he will again find his spot in the playing eleven. David Willey, the dashing pace bowler, has bowled two spells on the nets, and he may find his slot on the side.

Live Telecast Information

Sky Sports and Star Sports are telecasting this event live in the United Kingdom and India respectively. In the US, people can watch this crucial clash in ESPN 3.

Online users from Pakistan can visit the official website of PTV Sports to enjoy the live streaming.

Pitch conditions and weathernews

The surface in the Trent Bridge is quite suitable for the swing bowlers, and it gives the hosts an upper hand over the visitors.

The weather is expected to be warm, and there are absolutely no chances of rain. The team winning the toss must decide if they want to bowl or bat under lights.

Even though the pitch supports fast bowlers, most of the matches played in this stadium have turned out to be a batting paradise for batsmen, and in all probabilities, the Captain who win the toss will elect to bat first.

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