The second match of the Independence Cup between Pakistan and World XI takes place on September 13. It will be a night game as well and is scheduled to start at 7:00 pm PST.
The match is scheduled to played at 19:00 local | 14:00 GMT | 19:30 IST.
South Africa’s Faf du Plessis will captain the World XI team while Sarfraz Ahmed lead Pakistan. All the three T20Is will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
International cricket finally made its return to Pakistan and the home side got off to a winning start. Led by Sarfraz Ahmed, Pakistan defeated World XI by 20 runs. After the impressive show in the opening T20I, the hosts will now be eying to clinch the three-match series.
The World XI squad comprises of five players from South Africa, three from Australia, two from West Indies and one each from Bangladesh, England, Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Apart from Faf du Plessis, Hashim Amla, David Miller, More Morkel and Imran Tahir are the other South Africans. Former England T20I captain Paul Collingwood is the lone player from his country. The team will be coached by former Zimbabwe captain Andy Flower.
Ahead of the first match, Sarfraz expressed wish to win all the three matches. As of now, his wish could be fulfilled if Pakistan continues to dish out similar performances.
Independence Cup 2017: Pakistan vs World XI 2nd T20 Match Live
How to watch live: Global TV coverage and live streaming links
Global live streaming: cricketgateway.com
India: TV: DSport. Live streaming: Watch DSport
Pakistan: TV: Ten Sports, PTV Sport. Live streaming: PTV Sports Official
UK: TV: Prime TV. Live streaming: Watch Prime TV
Middle East: Live streaming: Yupp TV
Bangladesh: TV: Gazi TV
USA: TV: Willow TV
Sri Lanka: TV: Dialog
Have a Look at Team Squads:
Pakistan (From): Sarfraz Ahmed(w/c), Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Usman Khan, Fahim Ashraf, Umar Amin, Mohammad Nawaz, Imad Wasim, Aamer Yamin, Shadab Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Hasan Ali, Rumman Raees, Sohail Khan.
World XI (From): Faf du Plessis(c), Hashim Amla, Tim Paine(w), Grant Elliott, David Miller, George Bailey, Paul Collingwood, Ben Cutting, Tamim Iqbal, Darren Sammy, Thisara Perera, Imran Tahir, Morne Morkel, Samuel Badree.