LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that the national team will rest on Saturday (today).
England beat Pakistan by eight wickets in the sixth T20I on Friday, levelling the series at 3-3. Pakistan skipper Babar Azam’s sensational 87-run knock went in vain as the visitors’ opening batter Phil Salt hammered Pakistan’s bowling line-up, scoring 87 runs in 41 balls.
After the loss, the PCB said that the Green Shirts will rest on Saturday.
“No cricket activity is scheduled for Saturday,” said the national cricket governing body.
The Men in Green faced a blow after the match, as middle-order batter Haider Ali was taken to a hospital due to a viral illness.
The high-octane series-decider will take place between the two sides on Sunday at 07:30 PM (PST).