England vs Pakistan, LIVE scorecard: Follow the latest of & # 39; second ODI at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton
- England play Pakistan in & # 39; the second of five one-day internationals at Ageas Bowl
- The first game of five at De Oval had to leave due to continuous rain
- Both teams will see the series as an essential tune-up ahead of the World Cup
- England XI: Roy, Bairstow, Root, Morgan, Stokes, Buttler, Ali, Woakes, Willey, Rashid, Plunkett
- World Cup hopeful Jofra Archer is left for the second ODI of & # 39;
England continued their preparations for this summer's Cricket World Cup in earnest with the second of five international international days against Pakistan.
The first match of & # 39; s series at The Oval had to leave due to rain after only 19 practice matches.
On Saturday, the two teams renew their rivalry at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, with Jason Roy fit to return to the top of the order.
There is no place in the team for hopeful Jofra Archer of the World Cup, who took one wicket in a hostile spell before the game was stopped at The Oval.
Moeen Ali, meanwhile, has urged England to adapt to conditions during the World Cup – or the face of & # 39; some kind of meltdown that & # 39; s sometimes dogged her on her way to the top of & # 39; a one-day ranking.
The Eoin Morgan team will start the tournament as a favorite, but they went famous in their skulls during the 2017 Champions Champions 2017 semi-final against Pakistan.
Other collective failures include a 20-for-six scoreline against South Africa, a 219-run defeat by Sri Lanka in Colombo in October, and a column to 113 all out against West Indies in St Lucia in March.
& # 39; We always did that, & # 39; said Ali Sportsmail on Friday. & # 39; We won the series, but we always lost one thing that didn't bring us back to Earth. The last four years we have had it so often that we know we can't do it now.
& # 39; There & # 39; s times when we were able to adapt better. But there are also times when we thought about adjusting when we didn't score 400.
& # 39; We will have to adapt to the World Cup. We definitely learned a few years ago from & # 39; the Champions Trophy. & # 39;