Host Pakistan will be keen to get off to a positive start when they face England in the five-match one-day series that starts from 8th May. Mohammad Amir, Abid Ali, Asif Ali and Mohammad Hasnain have been selected for the five-match one-day series.
Sarfaraz Ahmed, Babar Azam, Shadab Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Hasan Ali and Shaheen Afridi make their return to the limited-over squad for England series. Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed will lead the side for this upcoming one-day series.
On the other hand, England Captain Eoin Morgan will be hoping that the side can continue their winning streak at home in limited-overs cricket. England are currently number one ranked side in one-day cricket and would be looking to continue their good form against Pakistan.
Uncapped pacer Jofra Archer, Joe Denly and James Vince have been included in the England’s squad for the five-match one-day series that starts from 8th May in London.
Let’s take a look at some of the important statistics related to England vs Pakistan 2019 ODI Series
2000 was the last time Pakistan won a bilateral one-day series in England. Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed will be looking to win this one-day series against a formidable side like England.
2016 was the last time England won a bilateral one-day series against Pakistan. Skipper Eoin Morgan will be keen to maintain their winning streak in limited-overs cricket.
4 victories for Pakistan out of 18 one-day games played against England since September 2010.
82 matches have been played between England and Pakistan in limited-overs cricket. England have dominated the proceedings with 49 victories. Pakistan have managed to win 31 games in the limited-overs format. Two games have ended in a no-result.
13 wickets needed by Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez to complete 150 wickets in the limited-over format. He currently has taken 137 wickets in 208 matches at an average of 37.50
58 runs required by Pakistan Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed to complete 2000 runs in limited-overs cricket. Sarfaraz currently has scored 1942 runs in 101 matches with two centuries to his name.
339 runs needed by England opening batsman Jason Roy to complete 3000 runs in one-day cricket. Roy currently has scored 2661 runs in 73 matches at an average of 38.56 with seven centuries to his name.