Fakhar Zaman out as England put Pakistan to bat after winning toss

BRISTOL: Pakistan lost Fakhar Zaman in the first over of the third ODI after England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and choose to bowl first at the Bristol County Ground on Tuesday.
England lead the five-match ODI series 1-0 lead after Jos Buttler’s 50-ball century helped England beat Pakistan by 12 runs in a thrilling encounter at Southampton on Saturday.
The first game was abandoned due to rain.
For Pakistan Mohammad Amir will not turn out after reports of the fast bowler suffering from suspected chickenpox emerged on Monday. The 27-year-old missed Pakistan’s second ODI after team officials said he had come down with a viral infection.
Junaid Khan is playing today’s game.
On the other hand, England’s star bowler Jofra Archer and Adil Rashid will be rested for today’s game, with Joe Denly getting an opportunity as England’s reserve spinner in Rashid’s absence. The team also decided that batsman Butler also sit out the game.

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