Pakistan vs World XI 3rd T20I of the Independence Cup will be marked as the perfect ending of a historic tournament. The T20I series is gently poised at 1-1, thanks to a few extraordinary performances. The Gadaffi Stadium of Lahore will be jam packed for the third time in a week. Today, on September 15, we will witness the T20I experts from the World XI side going up against the home team as this tour comes to an end.

After winning the first ODI, the hosts lost the 2nd T20I to Thisara Perera’s whirlwind innings. Pakistan skipper, Sarfraz Ahmed will be hoping to win the last T20I, thereby winning the series, which saw the return of International cricket after 9 years.

There has been only one player from the World XI squad who has not played a single game in this series and he is George Bailey. The former Australian batsman has been a match-winner and it would be good to see him in action again and that too in a big game. We are also yet to see veteran Paul Collingwood’s batting. The Lahore crowd will be on the edge of their seats if they get to see these two bat.

Match Timings: 

The third T20I between World XI and Pakistan will start from 19:30 IST.

Where to watch live streaming?

The live streaming of Pakistan XI vs World XI will be available on cricketgateway.com around the globe. Android users can also download the application cricketgateway and login to enjoy the live streaming of the match on their smartphones.

Where to watch live telecast on TV?

For Indian viewers, the match will be broadcasted by DSports. UK viewers can watch it on Prime TV. The Middle-East and North Africa viewers can watch it on Yupp TV. Bangladesh viewers can watch it on Gazi TV. USA, SL and Africa viewers can watch it on Willow TV, Dialog and Supersport respectively.

Pakistan squad:

Sarfraz Ahmed, Fakhar Zaman, Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Umar Amin, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Fahim Ashraf , Hasan Ali, Aamer Yamin, Mohammad Amir, Rumman Raees, Usman Khan, Sohail Khan

World XI squad:

Faf du Plessis, Hashim Amla, George Bailey, Paul Collingwood, Ben Cutting, George Elliott, Tamim Iqbal, David Miller, Tim Paine, Thisara Perera, Darren Sammy, Samuel Badree, Morne Morkel, Imran Tahir