ENG Vs PAK who will win?
ENG Vs PAK who will win: Pakistan will try to create history T20 World Cup second time by when they take the field against England in the T20 World Cup 2022 final match on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
England under Jos Buttler, however are in fine form after defeating Team India by 10 wickets in the second semi-final on Thursday (November 10). The final on Sunday will be a replica of the 1992 50-over World Cup at the MCG, which featured a showdown between these same two teams.
At the time, Pakistan under Imran Khan overcame England to win the World Cup for the first time. On the other side, England only has one T20 trophy to their credit, which they achieved in 2010 after defeating Australia in the Caribbean.
ENG Vs PAK who will win: Weather not in favour of World Cup’s final
Super Sunday is more challenging than it appears to be, as is Monday as well, as weather is likely to ruin the revelry.
With rain threatens to ruin both the championship match on November 13 (Sunday). And the reserve day at the MCG, England and Pakistan may end up sharing the T20 World Cup trophy.
According to the final tournament rules, a knockout stage match must last at least 10 overs each side. If play is halted on both days because to rain, the trophy will have to be split between England and Pakistan.
After losing their first two Super 12 games against India and Zimbabwe. Pakistan appeared to be “dead and buried,” making their journey to the final nothing short of a miracle.
But Babar Azam’s team simply advanced to the semifinals thanks to a shock Netherlands victory over South Africa and Pakistan’s victory over Bangladesh. Pakistan then easily defeated Kane Williamson’s New Zealand by five wickets to advance.
England, on the other hand, also had a roller-coaster tournament. They faced defeat from a small team, Ireland, but somehow managed to semis. But they showed a dominating performance and defeated India by 10 wickets.
ENG Vs PAK who will win: 95% chances of rain on both days
However, there is a 95% probability of rain in Melbourne on Sunday, with up to 25mm of precipitation expected. Very high possibility of showers—nearly 100%. The possibility of a thunderstorm, perhaps severe, with heavy falls is conceivable. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, an executive department of the Australian Government is responsible for delivering weather services to Australia and nearby areas.
Similar conditions are predicted for Monday, the designated reserve day. With a 95% likelihood of precipitation and amounts between 5 and 10 mm.
England Playing 11 (Predicted)
Batters: Harry Brook, Alex Hales, , Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan
Wicketkeeper: Jos Buttler (captain)
All-rounders: Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes, Sam Curran
Bowlers: Adil Rashid, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan
Pakistan Playing 11 (Predicted):
Batters: Babar Azam (captain), Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Haris, Shan Masood
Wicketkeeper: Muhammad Rizwan
All-rounders: Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz
Bowlers: Naseem Shah, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Mohammad Wasim, Haris Rauf.