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England v Pakistan second T20I How to watch, TV channel, start time, head-to-head stats and team news

As they continue their build-up for the upcoming T20 World Cup tournament, England and Pakistan are set to go head-to-head at Edgbaston in the second game of their four-match series.

After the first meeting of the series at Headingley on Wednesday was washed out, both teams will be hoping for some Birmingham sunshine to step up their preparations.

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How to watch England v Pakistan and TV Channel

The second T20 international between England and Pakistan will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket.

England v Pakistan start time, date and venue

England will face Pakistan at 14:30 BST on Saturday 25th May with the match taking place at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

England v Pakistan stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

England have enjoyed the edge over Pakistan in T20 internationals, winning 18 of their 29 previous meetings in the shortest format of the game.

Their last meeting came in Karachi in September 2022, when England won by six wickets, with Luke Wood named man of the match after taking 3-24 in his four overs.

England v Pakistan head-to-head record (H2H)

England wins


Pakistan wins


No Result


Tie - Won on tiebreaker


*H2H stats refer to all T20 Internationals

England v Pakistan team news

England team news

Having been thwarted by the weather at Headingley, England are likely to give fast bowler Jofra Archer a chance to prove his fitness.

The match comes after the March 25th deadline for permitted injury-related changes to the World T20 squad, so the selectors might just have to take a punt on the pace bowler.

Mark Wood and Liam Livingstone will be assessed after being ruled out of the first match due to knee issues,

Pakistan team news

The tourists have had their injury concerns ahead of the June tournament and missed the chance to see Haris Rauf back in action in Leeds.

The 30-year-old is likely to start at Edgbaston as he looks to show he is over his fitness worries.

Hasan Ali was released from the squad ahead of the Headingley washout to fulfil his county deal with Warwickshire and it remains to be seen if the paceman will return for the second game of the series.

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