Pakistan England Tune Up With Warm Up Wins

ABU DHABI: Pakistan and England tuned up for their four-match one-day arrangement with agreeable wins against minnows Nepal and Hong Kong individually in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Pakistan beat Nepal by 121 runs while England pounded Hong Kong by 163 keeps running in 50-over recreations to apparatus up for the greater test beginning in the not so distant future.

Pakistan England Tune Up With Warm Up Wins

Pakistan England Tune Up With Warm Up Wins

Pakistan England Tune Up With Warm Up Wins

Pakistan England look to build one day future

Pakistan set up an in number 326-6 in 50 overs with half-hundreds of years from captain Azhar Ali (73) and Shoaib Malink 63 while Mohammad Hafeez contributed with 49 and Babar Azam scored a 29-ball 43 not out. Younis Khan (38) and Ahmed Shehzad (35) likewise made helpful commitments. Ali and Hafeez put on 103 for the second wicket before Ali, who hit seven limits and two sixes resigned to give other batsmen some practice.

Pakistan England tune up for ODIs with warm-up wins

Hafeez thumped three sixes and the same number of limits against some unpracticed Nepalese knocking down some pins. In answer Nepal could oversee 205-5 in their assigned 50 overs with Anil Mandal (61) and Gyanendra Malla (41) making some valuable runs. Britain rode on forceful 36-ball 71 by Moeen Ali and 56-ball 64 by opener Alex Hales to post a major 342-8. Hales and Jason Roy (42) put on an energetic 63 preceding Joe Root (39) and Jos Butler (38) capitalized on some powerless Hong Kong knocking down some pins.

In any case, it was Ali who hit the minnows hard, crushing five sixes and four limits in a searing thump.

Hong Kong were knocked down some pins out for 173 in 40.2 overs with paceman David Willy snatching 4-43.

Babar Hayat 78 and Christopher Carter 34 set up some resistance.

Hong Kong is get ready for the World Twenty20 to be held in India in March-April while Nepal is tuning up for Inter-Continental Cup.

Pakistan hopes to take Test form into ODI series

Pakistan tackle England in the first of four one-day internationals in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday took after by the second match, likewise at the same venue on Friday.

The third one-day will be in Sharjah (November 17) and the fourth in Dubai (November 20). The sides will likewise play three Twenty20 internationals.

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