Pacer Haris Rauf continues to shine as he holds on to the top spot in the list of most wickets in Pakistan vs England T20I series despite being rested in the 6th T20I match. Mark Wood, playing just two matches of the series, stayed at second spot after picking six wickets. English pacer Sam Curran is on third spot with David Willey and Mohammad Nawaz completing the top-five with five wickets apiece. Most Runs in Pakistan vs England T20I Series 2022.

England tour of Pakistan comprises seven T20I matches which will serve as a preparatory session before the much awaited T20 World Cup commences in late October. This will be the joint-longest bilateral T20 series of all times between any two full-member nations. It is England's first time visiting Pakistan since 17 years for a bilateral series. The series kick-started on 20 September and will conclude on October 02. The seven match series will last for 13 days and will be played at two different venues; National Stadium Karachi and Gaddafi Stadium Lahore. Tight security arrangements have been made ahead of England's visit to Pakistan. Pakistan vs England 2022 Schedule for Free PDF Download Online: Get PAK vs ENG Fixtures, Time Table With Match Timings in IST and Venue Details.

Most Wickets in PAK vs ENG T20Is 

Bowlers Matches Wickets Best Bowling Ave Economy
Haris Rauf (PAK) 5 8 3/32 20.62 8.25
Mark Wood (ENG) 2 6 3/20 7.33 5.50
Sam Curran (ENG) 5 6 2/23 27.60 7.66
David Willey (ENG) 5 5 2/23 29.75 7.43
Mohammad Nawaz (PAK) 6 5 3/35 31.25 10.41

England's regular captain, Jos Buttler who suffered a calf injury, will miss the seven match T20 series against Pakistan, meanwhile Moeen Ali, whose ancestral origin is from Pakistan,  will be leading the England team in the ongoing T20 series, for the first time ever in his career. On the other hand, Babar Azam who was questioned by many cricket pundits post Asia Cup final loss, on taking captaincy too early in his career, will continue leading the men-in-green against England.

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