Azhar Ali and his boys will be playing for saving their pride in the fourth One-Day International against England, as they have already lost the series without marking a win in the first three matches. The fourth game will be played on September 01, 2016 at the Headingley Carnegie.

England wins by 4 wickets and go 4-0. Final score 252/6.

Overs 13 - 63/3

OUT!JE Root caught Mohammad Irfan bowled Hasan Ali 30

Overs 12 - England 53/2

Pakistan 247/8 in 50 overs.

England needs to score 248 to go 4-0.

Pakistan 24/1 in 5 overs.Sharjeel Khan caught Stokes bowled Jordan 16.

Pakistan wins the toss and this time, they get to bat first!

There are many changes in their side.Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Irfan play their first ODI. Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Amir, Yasir Shah and Wahab Riaz are not playing this game.

Team Information

Pakistan's dressing room is in a state of chaos, and many team members have reportedly asked the management to axe Azhar from the captaincy.

The young skipper will do all that he can to win this match, as it is a matter of pride for him and his country. Sharjeel Khan is expected to retain his spot in the top order, and he will open the innings with the Captain. Sami Aslam may be pulled down in the order, as he failed to score runs in this series.

Yasir Shah showed some pathetic bowling performance in the recently concluded match, and as a result, he will be replaced by Imad Wasim.

England in all probabilities will retain the playing eleven which played the last game. Eoin Morgan is quite happy with the way his players are performing, and the skipper will not be wishing to change the winning combination.

TV Telecast Information

The game will begin at 06.30 PM IST. It will be shown live on Sky Sports and Star Sports in the United Kingdom and India respectively. You can also visit the official website of Star Sports to watch the live streaming.

Fans in Pakistan will be able to follow the ODI live on PTV and the online stream at PTV Sports.

A heavy blow in the previous match

It was an in and out Alex Hales show in the previous match which was played at Trent Bridge. The opener who has been struggling for form in the past couple of months bounced back with full fury and scored a dashing 171, which helped the English team to reach a record total of 444. Pakistan literally failed in chasing this mammoth score and suffered an enormous 169 runs loss.

Pitch report

The surface in Headingly is flat, and it will benefit the batsmen for sure. The weather is also clear, and there are absolutely no chances of a shower.

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