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The fourth One-Day International (ODI) in the middle of Pakistan and England in the four-match ODI arrangement in England’s voyage through the UAE in 2015 will be held at the Dubai International Stadium. The venue facilitated its first match in April 2009, and 16 ODIs. The last ODI played here was between two driving Associate countries, Afghanistan and Ireland, in January this year, in the number one spot up to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Najibullah Zadran scored 83 off 50 balls to lead Afghanistan to 246, and in answer, Ireland collapsed for 175. Hamid Hassan was the best Afghanistan bowler with three wickets.
The last match Pakistan played here was on December 8, 2014, against New Zealand, in a match Pakistan won by three wickets. Prior in the same season, Pakistan were crushed at the venue by the meeting Australians, by five wickets.
Pakistan vs England 4th ODI Prediction Who Will Win 20th November
Pakistan will win this match
Britain’s last ODI at the venue was in February 2012: they won both matches played here in that visit, inside of three days of one another, convincingly, by four and nine wickets individually.
Just once has 300 been scored at the venue, by South Africa in November 2010. The most astounding run-getter here is Shahid Afridi, with 348 keeps running in 13 innings at a normal of 29, trailed by Mohammad Hafeez, with 291 keeps running in 11 innings at a normal of 26.45. Afridi likewise drives the wickets section here, with 25 wickets in 14 matches at 23.72.
A poor batting execution and splendid England handling brought about the hosts being rejected for a low score. Pakistan’s three batsmen were run out that never let Pakistan leave inconvenience. Chris Woakes picked four wickets to dispense further harm.
For Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez was top-scorer with 45 runs while Azhar Ali scored 36 off 54 balls. Wahab Riaz played an unbeaten convenient thump of 35 towards the end to take Pakistan past 200-run mark.
In answer, England lost two speedy wickets. Opener Jason Roy tumbled to Mohammad Irfan in the third over and after that Joe Root was rejected by debutant Zafar Gohar leaving England at 27 for two inside six overs. Alex Hales and Captain Eoin Morgan then shared a 60-run stand for the third wicket to convey solidness to England’s innings. Nonetheless, Gohar struck at the end of the day in 21st over to isolated the two. Couple of conveyances later, Shoaib Malik evacuated Morgan to bring open up diversion for Pakistan.
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