Pakistan vs England ICC T20 World Cup Finals: How to Watch Live Stream
England and Pakistan earlier played against each other in the T20 World Cup warm-up matches, where the former registered a clean victory with 6 wickets and 4 overs in hand. While both the teams ensure a nail-biting game on Sunday, given their strong teams and exemplary performance in the last few matches, rain might play a spoilsport for cricket fans in Melbourne.
Soon after the finals, the two teams will engage in three test matches, scheduled to be played between December 1 and December 21.
PAK vs ENG ICC T20 World Cup: What time is the Pakistan vs England T20 match?
The T20 World Cup Finals between Pakistan and England is scheduled for Sunday, November 13 from 1:30pm IST, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, in Melbourne, Australia. As usual, the coin toss is scheduled for half an hour before the match, at 1pm IST in India/ 6:30pm ACT for Australia.
PAK vs ENG ICC T20 World Cup: How to watch live stream
The Pakistan vs England T20 World Cup Finals will be live-streamed on Disney+ Hotstar.
Interested viewers can watch the match with or without a Disney+ Hotstar subscription. While the free account only allows access to five minutes of live cricket content, users can switch to a subscribed account to watch the entire match live.
Disney+ Hotstar Super Subscription costs Rs. 899 per year, with ad-supported content, up to 1080p resolution, and viewing access to two devices at a time.
Meanwhile, the Disney+ Hotstar Mobile subscription comes at Rs. 499 annually, with 1080p resolution and a limited viewing experience to only one mobile screen at a time.
On TV, the Pakistan vs England T20 match will broadcast on the Star Sports Network, including Star Sports 1 and Star Sports Select HD channels.
PAK vs ENG T20 World Cup squads
Pakistan starting XI (at the time of writing): Babar Azam (captain), Shadab Khan, Asif Ali, Mohammad Haris, Haris Rauf, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper), Mohammad Wasim, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Shan Masood
England starting XI (at the time of writing): Jos Buttler (captain & wicketkeeper), Moeen Ali, Harry Brook, Phil Salt, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Adil Rashid, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Alex Hales, and Mark Wood