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Pakistan vs England Test Series: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

England will take on Pakistan in a historic Test series, starting this Thursday. The first game will happen at Rawalpindi. On that note, here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the Pakistan vs England Test Series.

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After the appointment of Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, England has been in fine form in Tests. However, all games have been at home. Therefore, it will be a firm challenge for them to play outside, that too, in the subcontinent. They will be up against a tough side that includes the likes of Babar Azam.

On the other hand, it will be a matter of pride for the hosts. They have suffered defeats in the T20 format and they also lost the Test series to Australia recently. Hence, they will be desperate to do well against Stokes and his team.

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Which TV Channel will telecast Pakistan vs England Test Series in India?

There would be interest in India for the series between England and Pakistan. When it comes to TV, the Sony Channels will be the option for the viewers,

SonyLIV application will provide the live streaming option of the series. A subscription price will have to be paid to enjoy the service.

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Which TV Channel will telecast Pakistan vs England Test Series in Pakistan and England?

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PTV Sports, as usual, will telecast the series on TV. ARY ZAP app and website will provide the live streaming option for the viewers.

Sky Sports Network holds the rights to the series in England. Both TV and OTT option will be available for the fans on this network.

When will PAK vs ENG start?

In Pakistan, the match will start at 9:30 AM. While in India, fans will need to watch from 10 AM, the English fans can watch the encounter from 4:30 AM. December 1st, December 9th and December 17th will be the start date for the three matches, respectively.

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