20th September 2022

Pakistan vs England Betting: Odds & Tips (2022)

England will be touring Pakistan for a seven-match T20I series starting September 20, followed by a three-match Test series in December. The upcoming T20 series is a crucial test for both teams as they prepare for one of the world's top cricket tournaments, the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup, in October.

In this article, you'll find the most competitive Pakistan vs England betting odds, the best cricket betting sites for the upcoming series, and tips and match predictions.

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Pakistan vs England Betting: An Overview

We're looking at two weeks of riveting match action and betting fun as the two cricketing heavyweights clash in the upcoming series.

Pakistan currently ranks second in the ICC T20I team rankings, while England sits in the third spot. More importantly, Pakistan had a good outing in the recently concluded Asia Cup but lost to Sri Lanka in the final.

England will be touring Pakistan after almost 17 years, having last visited the country for a five-match ODI series (losing 3-2) back in 2005-06. The English side was scheduled to visit Pakistan last year, but the tour was called off at the eleventh hour due to security concerns.

However, now that the series is confirmed, we expect the two teams to put up their A-game as both sides will want to keep their spirits high ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup in October.

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Pakistan vs England 2022 Schedule

PAK vs ENGDateTime (IST)Venue
1st T20ISep 20, Tuesday8PMNational Stadium, Karachi
2nd T20ISep 22, Thursday8PMNational Stadium, Karachi
3rd T20ISep 23, Friday8PMNational Stadium, Karachi
4th T20ISep 25, Sunday8PMNational Stadium, Karachi
5th T20ISep 28, Wednesday8PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
6th T20ISep 30, Friday8PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
7th T20IOctober 2, Sunday8PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore

Pakistan vs England Latest Betting Odds

So that you don’t have to spend precious time trying to find the most competitive prices, we’ve done the heavy lifting and compiled some of the most competitive Pakistan vs England betting odds from the top five cricket betting apps and sites in India.

Pakistan vs England 4th T20: Match Winner Odds

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Pakistan vs England Betting Tips

Below are some Pakistan vs England betting tips across select markets for the upcoming 7 T20Is. If you manage to claim a free bet, you can consider using it on any of the following:

  • Top Pakistan Batsmen: Mohammad Rizwan, Babar Azam
  • Top Pakistan Bowlers: Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz
  • Top England Batsmen: Dawid Malan, Jos Buttler
  • Top England Bowlers: Reece Topley, Adil Rashid

Pakistan vs England Betting Prediction

Pakistan vs England in T20Is

  • Host Pakistan has the clear ‘home' advantage, more so as England will be touring the country after a long time. Reading the pitch might be a task for them in the initial few matches.
  • England has lost all three T20I series (against the West Indies in January and then vs. India and South Africa in July) so far in 2022, and the squad will be under pressure to perform and deliver ahead of the upcoming T20 World Cup.
  • To add to that is the absence of experienced English players like Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, and Liam Livingstone.
  • On the other hand, even though Pakistan lost to Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup final, they had otherwise performed brilliantly throughout the tournament. Their top order, baring skipper Babar Azam, is in good form, and we expect their game to only get stronger in the run-up to the World Cup.
CBA Prediction

In keeping with the abovementioned points, our money is on Pakistan winning the seven-match T20 series. Babar Azam's men will take heart from their performance in the just-concluded Asia Cup, and they will hope to keep the momentum going. Plus, there's the obvious home advantage, which we think will work against the visitors.

Pakistan vs England Team News


  • Babar Azam will lead the Pakistan T20 side with Shadab Khan as his deputy.
  • Shan Masood (batsman), Aamer Jamal (batting-allrounder), and Abrar Ahmed (legspinner) have earned their maiden T20 call-ups.
  • In a blow to the Pakistani camp, Fakhar Zaman has been ruled out of the series as well as the upcoming T20 World Cup with a knee injury.

Pakistan T20I Squad: Babar Azam (C), Asif Ali, Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Khushdil Shah, Aamer Jamal, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan (VC), Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Mohammad Haris, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Hasnain, Shahnawaz Dahani, Usman Qadir, Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah, Abrar Ahmed


  • Jos Buttler is the captain of the English side, but he will be unavailable for the first few matches, as he is currently recovering from an injury sustained during The Hundred, one of the world’s top cricket leagues. Deputy Moeen Ali will fill in his place during that time.
  • Liam Livingstone and Chris Jordan are also out due to injuries.
  • As what may come as a surprise, two big names, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes, have been rested too.
  • Chris Woakes and Mark Wood, who were out since the West Indies series, are now back and part of the touring squad.
  • Five uncapped players have been added to the squad this time – Jordan Cox (WK-bat), Will Jacks (batting allrounder), Tom Helm (right-arm fast), Olly Stone (right-arm fast), and Luke Wood (bowling allrounder).

England T20I Squad: Jos Buttler (C), Moeen Ali (VC), Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Jordan Cox, Ben Duckett, Liam Dawson, Richard Gleeson, Will Jacks, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Tom Helm, Phil Salt, Olly Stone, Reece Topley, David Willey, Luke Wood, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes.

Pakistan vs England Key Players


  • Mohammad Rizwan
    The highest run-scorer (281 runs) in the recently concluded Asia Cup, Rizwan is a solid top-order batter who can dictate a game's tempo on his day. Pakistan will be baking on him now, more so with Babar Azam not really in his elements.
  • Babar Azam
    The Pakistan skipper is a class apart, but he has been having a rough time with the bat of late. However, writing him off would be a mistake, especially in a series being played at home. Don't forget; he still holds the second spot in the ICC Best T20 batsmen rankings.
  • Mohammad Nawaz
    The orthodox left-arm spinner emerged as his team's best bowler in the Asia Cup. He took eight wickets (with best figures of 3/5) while maintaining an economy of just 5.89. That's more than terrific given the format!


  • Moeen Ali
    A seasoned all-rounder with a wealth of experience, Moeen Ali has been an effective deputy to Buttler ever since Eoin Morgan retired in June this year. His strike rate of 144.60 is among the highest in the current squad. More importantly, Ali is a handy off-spinner capable of taking wickets at crucial intervals.
  • Jos Buttler
    The man in form, skipper Jos Buttler has been England’s mainstay in limited-overs cricket. While an injury has cast a doubt over his availability in the first few matches, we expect him to hit the ground running once he is back. That said, this prediction could go sideways, depending upon how much time takes to get into his rhythm.
  • Reece Topley
    The 6’7-feet lanky pacer looks to be back in form after what has been a career riddled with injuries. And upon coming back, his brilliant spell of 6/24 against India in July this year all but dispelled doubts over his fitness, if any. Now that the 28-year-old left-arm fast is back and in good shape, we expect him to be among the wickets vs. Pakistan.

Pakistan vs England: Key Stats

  • Highest Runs: Babar Azam (275)
  • Best Batting Average: Chris Woakes (52.00)
  • Highest Score: Babar Azam (85)
  • Most 100s: NA
  • Most 50s: Babar Azam (3)
  • Most Wickets: Adil Rashid (12)
  • Highest Wickets in a Series: Adil Rashid (6)
  • Most Catches: Babar Azam (6)

Pakistan vs England: Past Winners

T20s played21
Pakistan won6
England won13
(won by England in tie-breaker)
No result1
Last playedJuly 2021

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