Who Will Win Pakistan Vs England Semi Final Champions Trophy, ENG Vs PAK – 14 June 2017
Pakistan vs England 1st Semi-Final Today Match Prediction Champions Trophy Preview 100%, best cricket prediction site June 14th, Wednesday 2017. Who Will Win Pakistan Vs England Semi Final today ODI Match? – Pakistan reached the Champions Trophy semi-finals. On one side in the Champions Trophy, Pakistan entered the semi-finals after winning the crucial match against Sri Lanka; on the other hand, the players of the team have fined because of the slow over rate. Now Pakistan is in Semifinals and now will go to England. So, here is the prediction of Pakistan vs England in 1st Semifinals of champions trophy 2017
Who Will Win Pakistan Vs England Semi Final Champions Trophy
In his last league match, he has thrashed Sri Lanka by three wickets in a very impressive manner and has been out of the tournament. Now, in the first semi-final game, he will be playing against England on June 14. India will take on Bangladesh on June 15 in the second semi-final.
Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Match Highlight – Which puts PAK, team in Semifinals
In the last league match of Champions Trophy, Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by three wickets and reached the semi-finals. This match was like quarter-finals for both teams. In this important match, Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed (61 *) captained the innings and gave victory to his team. Earlier, Pakistan lost seven wickets at 162 and reached the brink of defeat at one time. Sarfaraz’s innings proved crucial, and thanks to this innings, Pakistan overcame the losing game and made the match their name. Now he will play in the semifinals before England on Wednesday.
Chasing 237 runs the Pakistan team started well, but at the score of 74, when they lost their first wicket as Fakir Zaman (50), then adding the next 88 runs (162) Lost seven wickets. From here, the match seemed to be going in Sri Lanka’s favor, but Pakistan’s wicketkeeper captain Sarfaraz Ahmed battled brilliantly, and with Mohammad Aamir (28 *), he shared a 75-run partnership for the 8th wicket and convincing Pakistan.
Earlier, after winning the toss, Pakistan’s pace bowler Mohammad Aamir and Junaid Khan, who were going to field first, shocked Sri Lanka’s middle order badly. Pakistan piled up their opponent for 236 runs in the quarterfinal match of ICC Champions Trophy. Sri Lanka saw in the position to put a big score on the invitation of batting, but Amir was dismissed by the aggressive spell of 3 wickets by scoring 2 for 53 and Junaid 40 runs. Hasan Ali was the other Pakistani bowler who took three wickets for 43 runs, who had an impact on the start of the innings.
Opener Nirvana Dikewel 73 and Captain Angelo Mathews 39, chipped in with Sri Lankan innings to make it right, but after that Amir wrote the story of the fall of his innings. Aamir and Junaid took 2-2 wickets in 3.2 overs. In this way, Sri Lanka lost four wickets for six runs, including Matthews and Dickwella’s wickets.
The lower order batsmen Suranga Lakhmal (26) and Asela Gunaratne (27) prevented the fall of wickets, leaving Sri Lanka to close to 250 runs. Both of them made an important partnership of 46 runs for the 8th wicket. Earlier, Junaid was dismissed by Junaid in the beginning, after Dinesh Chandimal (13), after which Dikewella and Kusal Perera (27) shared a 56-run partnership with the team to get out of the shock.
Sri Lankan was looking at a big score, but Hasan Ali followed this by an excellent bowling. Mendis had trouble playing him, and at last, he became the victim of this bowler. Dinesh Chandimal came on to the crease, but he could only survive only two balls, and the pavilion returned to Fahim Ashraf playing on the wicket. Sri Lanka had lost two wickets in this manner in 3 balls, but Dikwela held one end, and from the other end he got a good partner in the form of Mathews.
Dickwella completed his half-century by scoring one from Mohammad Hafeez’s ball. Dikewella and Mathews batted with patience and paid attention to rotating the strike. He not only kept the scoreboard running and also put Pakistan under pressure. They shared a 78-run partnership in 16.1 overs. Aamir then put on the attack, and he dismissed Matthews on the second ball, who could not play the shot from the right timing and played on the stump.
This was Amir’s first wicket in the tournament, which he took on a turning point. Junaid showed the path of the pavilion when the new player Dhananjay De Silva (1) arrived, while Aamir dismissed Dickwella, whose wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Khan caught by the bottom. Junaid shook off Sri Lankan innings by dismissing third-man Perera.
Pakistan Vs England Winning percentage in Semifinal of Champions Trophy
Pakistan chances to win is 51.2% in PAK vs ENG match
England has 48.8% in ENG vs PAK match
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