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England Women v Pakistan Women T20 series: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

England Women continue their preparations for October's T20 World Cup in Bangladesh with a three-match home series against Pakistan Women which starts on Saturday.

England Women v Pakistan Women T20 Series

How to watch England Women v Pakistan Women and TV Channel

Saturday's first T20 international will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket in the UK.

England Women v Pakistan Women kick-off time, date and venue

The game starts at 14:30 UK time on Saturday 11th May and it is taking place at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

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

England Women have won 14 of their 15 T20 internationals against Pakistan Women, whose only success was a one-run victory in a low-scoring clash in Loughborough in July 2013.

Since that loss, England have won all nine of the T20 meetings between the teams - including a 99-run triumph in Cape Town at the 2023 T20 World Cup.

Nat Sciver-Brunt smashed 81 not out from 40 balls to power England to a World Cup record total of 213-5 before Pakistan stumbled to 99-9 in reply.

England were impressive 4-1 winners in March's T20 series in New Zealand and they have reached the final at four of the eight T20 World Cups, winning the inaugural tournament in 2009 and finishing as runners-up to Australia in 2012, 2014 and 2018.   

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

England Women wins


Pakistan Women wins


*H2H stats refer to T20 internationals

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England Women v Pakistan Women team news

England Women team news

Sarah Glenn is available after missing the last five matches of the New Zealand tour due to concussion.

She should join fellow spinners Sophie Ecclestone and Charlie Dean in the bowling attack, while left-armer Linsey Smith is also pushing for an opportunity.

Fast bowler Issy Wong and batter Sophia Dunkley were left out of the squad for the Pakistan series, but are still on the selectors' radar for the T20 World Cup.

Pakistan Women team news

Nida Dar captains a 17-player squad for the T20 and ODI series in England.

Fast bowler Diana Baig should lead the bowling attack and wicketkeeper Muneeba Ali, who top-scored with 31 in Thursday's warm-up defeat to an ECB Development XI, is expected to bat at number three.

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