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England looking to make it lucky seven

Deepankar Kaur | cricket20

England will be aiming to make it seven Twenty20 international victories in a row when they meet Pakistan at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff later today.

The current Twenty20 World Champions recorded their 6th consecutive victory at the weekend thanks to their 5 wicket win over Pakistan on Sunday afternoon.

With the betting scandal that is currently engulfing Pakistan cricket; the home side will be looking to heap further misery on the touring side in their last Twenty20 international until they meet Australia in Perth at the start of January in a rematch of the Twenty20 World Cup Final in the West Indies in May.

The home side will likely name an unchanged side which means James Anderson will once again watch on from the sidelines after being dropped in the West Indies in favour of Ryan Sidebottom.

Pakistan meanwhile has targeted Eoin Morgan as the key player in the home sides line up in the absence of Kevin Pietersen.

"Morgan is a key player at the moment and I told my boys that we just need one wicket Morgan and we will definitely win this (Sunday's) game," said skipper Shahid Afridi.

The middle order batsman was dropped during his match winner inning by Shoaib Akhtar and Afridi admitted his sides fielding has been a concern for a while.

"It's nothing new with Pakistan," said Afridi. "We have always struggled with fielding."

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