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Pakistan Tour Of England 2021 Schedule, Time, Date, Where to Watch Live Streaming and TV Channel List

Pakistan Tour Of England 2021 Schedule, Time, Date, Where to Watch Live Streaming and TV Channel List

England will be hosting Pakistan for a limited-overs series in the month of July. Pakistan tour of England 2021 will characteristic 3 ODIs and as many T20Is. Whereas the 50 overs white-ball series will kick off from July 8th, the T20s are attacked to begin from July 16th. However; the Pakistan cricket team is one of the most frequent travelers to the United Kingdom for a bilateral series versus England. The Babar Azam-led Pakistan has allegedly; left for England and Wales on Friday; just a day after PSL 2021’s conclusion in the UAE. Check Pakistan vs England 2021 TV Channel List, Where to Watch Live Streaming? and Schedule, Time, Date.

However, they have been flown to the UK via Abu Dhabi by a chartered flight. All the matches will take place behind closed doors as part of unequaled measures to stay safe from the Covid-19 situation. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has come up with serious plans to keep Pakistan’s players in a bio-secure surrounding.

Pakistan Vs England 2021 TV Channel List

  • India: the live for England vs Pakistan 2021 series will run at Sony Six and Sony Six HD channels.
  • UK: Sky Sports will live telecast Pakistan vs England .
  • Pakistan : Pak vs England 2021 T20 series live streaming on PTV sports.
  • Bangladesh: fans can watch matches live on Gazi TV (GTV).
  • United States: can watch Pakistan vs England ODI and T20I series on Willow TV.
  • Canada: ATN Cricket Plus and CBN to telecast Pakistan tour of England.
  • New Zealand : SKY Sport NZ is the official broadcaster, they can stay tuned to SKY for the live coverage for series.
India & SubcontinentSony Six, Sony Six HD
New ZealandSKY Sport NZ
UKSky Sports Cricket
AustraliaFox Sports, Channel 7
South AfricaSuperSport
CanadaATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network), CBN
USAWillow TV, Hotstar
CarribeanSportsMax (Tests), Flow Sports (ODI, T20I)
Southeast AsiaFox Sports Australia
Pacific IslandsPacificAus TV

Where to Watch Live Streaming?

Live to stream for ENG vs PAK 2021 series will run at Sky Sports as the official rights for the England home matches in the country. However, as a major setback for Pakistani viewers, the live telecast for the Pakistan tour of England 2021 will not be shown in the country.

An Indian broadcasting house, Sony Pictures Sports Network has got the rights to telecast the matches. But due to political tensions, between the neighboring countries, Pakistan has decided not to allow the Indian television channel to show the live streaming of the limited-overs series in Pakistan.


Pakistan Tour Of England 2021 Schedule and Time

Pakistan Tour of England, 2021 will be starting on Thursday, July 8th, 2021, be hosted by England. 3 One Day Internationals and 3 Twenty20 Internationals will be played in July 2021 during Pakistan’s visit to England. However; Manchester will be hosting England’s final match in the 2021symbiotic series on July 20th.

DateMatch DetailsTime
Jul 08th, ThuEngland vs Pakistan, 1st ODI
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
5:00 PM
12:00 PM GMT / 01:00 PM LOCAL
Jul 10th, SatEngland vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI
Lord’s, London
3:00 PM
10:00 AM GMT / 11:00 AM LOCAL
Jul 13th, TueEngland vs Pakistan, 3rd ODI
Edgbaston, Birmingham
5:00 PM
12:00 PM GMT / 01:00 PM LOCAL
Jul 16th, FriEngland vs Pakistan, 1st T20I
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
10:30 PM
05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL
Jul 18th, SunEngland vs Pakistan, 2nd T20I
Headingley, Leeds
6:30 PM
01:30 PM GMT / 01:30 PM LOCAL
Jul 20th, TueEngland vs Pakistan, 3rd T20I
Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
10:30 PM
05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL

However, the Pakistan tour of England 2021 is expected to have a huge crowd audience but due to COVID-19 situations. The ECB may be hosting the matches in empty stadiums for the player’s and fans’ safety reasons.

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