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Kennington Oval London Pitch Report For PAK Vs ENG 4th T20I

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Kennington Oval London Pitch Report for England vs Pakistan 4th T20I (X.com)

Pakistan would love to have a match on Thursday (May 30) when they take on England in the fourth and final T20I of the series at Kennington Oval, London.

The two strong sides, who played the last T20 World Cup edition’s final, already had two washed-out matches out of three, with England winning the only game that happened comprehensively.

If the weather permits, how will the pitch behave? In fact, how has it fared over the years? Let’s take a look at all the details.

Kennington Oval London Pitch Report

There have been 15 T20Is at the Oval, and 68 in the shortest format at domestic circuit. In the international arena, the team that batted first emerged victorious on nine occasions, but surprisingly, the dominance reduced when it came to all T20s.

The average first-innings total at this venue is 161 in T20Is, indicating that you would be wrong if you assumed it was a batting paradise. There is supposed to be a slightly greenish surface, making it a fast bowlers’ paradise to a certain extent, although they find minimal lateral movement.

However, considering overcast conditions are forecast, expect them to reap rewards massively compared to spinners. Maybe we won’t see a high-scoring affair, but there should definitely be a competitive one.

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