Watch Pakistan vs England (Pak vs Eng) 3rd Test Match Full Highlights 3rd-7th August 2016.Watch Full Video Highlights of Pakistan vs England 3rd Test Match 2016. Pakistan and host England will fight in the 3rd Test of 4 match series on Wednesday giving the previous a chance to be the number one in Test ranking.

Pakistan vs England (Pak vs Eng) 3rd Test Match Full Highlights 2016 August 3rd-7th

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Tour : Pakistan Tour to England 2016
Match : 3rd Investec Test – England v Pakistan
Date : Wed Aug 3 – Sun Aug 7
Timing : 11:00 local (10:00 GMT | 03:00 PKT)
Venue : Edgbaston, Birmingham

Pakistan have top-order problems of their own too, through opener Shan Masood having fallen 6 times for just 15 runs in 57 balls to James Anderson dating back to previous year in the UAE. Pakistan has lost a Test and it is time to look at how the entire team is totally awful plus about how Lord’s was a completely random event that no one must ever take seriously or remember in anyway fondly.

With the England-Pakistan Test series on level terms, the visitors will be seemed to gain an upper hand in the upcoming match in Birmingham and Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur requirements to see his “warriors” of Lord’s come back for the 3rd Test against England at Edgbaston.

Pakistan Tour To England 2016 Schedule, Fixtures, Dates, Timing

Pakistan Test Team Squad Against England Tour 2016 Player List

The tourists won the 1st Test at ‘the home of cricket’ by 75 runs, only to see England square the 4 match series with a crushing 330-run succeed at Old Trafford. England captain Alastair Cook and Joe Root together made hundreds in Manchester but the rest of the home top order have yet to post a huge score this series, through James Vince and Gary Ballance together in need of runs to strengthen their respective places and Now you can watch the Pakistan vs England (Pak vs Eng) 3rd Test Match Full Highlights 2016 August 3rd-7th.

Teams Squad of Pakistan (From): Mohammad Hafeez, Shan Masood, Azhar Ali, Younis Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq(c), Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed(w), Yasir Shah, Wahab Riaz, Rahat Ali, Mohammad Amir, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imran Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Sami Aslam, Sohail Khan, Zulfiqar Babar

Teams Squad of Worcestershire (From): Daryl Mitchell(c), Brett D’Oliveira, Nick Harrison, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Chris Russell, Ed Barnard, Ben Cox(w), Alexei Kervezee, Joe Leach, Jack Shantry, Ross Whiteley, Thomas Charles Fell, Joe Clarke, Charles Morris, George Rhodes