Watch England Vs. Pakistan Cricket 3rd Test Stream Live: England Look To Edgbaston To Take Control Of Series

Pakistan continue their 2016 cricket tour of England Thursday, as the third Test will stream live with both teams hoping to take a commanding lead in the four-Test series, after each team recorded a definitive win in each of the first two Test matches.

Pakistan got their tour off to an encouraging start in the first Test at the storied Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, holding on for a 75-run win behind a 10-wicket haul by masterful legbreak spinner Yasir Shah, who allowed just 141 of England’s 479 runs across the two innings.

But when the series moved north to Old Trafford in Manchester, England came roaring back thanks to a seven wicket performance from Chris Woakes, while on the batting side, Joe Root pounded out a remarkable double century — reaching 254 off 406 deliveries — while Captain Alastair Cook broke a century with 105 in the sole innings England required to nail down the second Test by 330 runs in four days.

England lost Ben Stokes to a knee injury during the second Test however, bringing lanky pacer Steven Finn back into the side for the third Test at Edgbaston.

Cook has opted to go with a lone spinner once again, taking all-rounder Moeen Ali over Adil Rashid. Ali took five wickets in the second Test but had just taken the crease with the bat when Cook declared England’s innings closed at 589 for eight, scoring only two off of three balls.

Watch highlights of the decisive Day Four of the Second Engand vs. Pakistan Test cricket match, at Old Trafford, in the video below.

To find out how to watch the third Test stream live, see the streaming links at the bottom of this article. First ball is scheduled to be delivered at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham, England, at 11 a.m. British Summer Time on Wednesday, August 3.

Fans in the United States will as usual need to rise early to log in to the live stream from the beginning, with start times of 6 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, 3 a.m. Pacific. Fans based in Pakistan can catch the live stream starting at 3 p.m. Pakistan Standard Time.

Pakistan Captain Misbah-ul-Haq was cagey about his team selection for the Edgbaston Test match.

“We are sure about who will be playing, absolutely no doubt,” Misbah told the media on Tuesday. “But I don’t want to let the other team know. Keep guessing! We are clear in our thinking, and we know what we are going to do.”


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There are two ways to watch the England Vs. Pakistan Third Test Match stream live online, free and legally. The first option would be ESPN3, the online-only service of ESPN, which will stream the entire third Test Match from Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham, England, starting on Day One, at this link. ESPN3 is free to subscribers of almost any major internet service provider and dozens of smaller ISPs. For a complete list, check this link, or try the instructions at this link if you do not have an account with an ISP that carries ESPN3.

The entire England Vs. Pakistan Test cricket series is also being streamed live online by the international sports network One World Sports. One World Sports is available through TV providers, but to stream the match live, the Sling TV international sports package includes One World Sports and costs a fee of $10 per month. But the first month is free, and the subscription can be canceled at any time. To access the Sling TV offer, visit this link.

Viewers in Pakistan and India can watch a live stream of the third England vs. Pakistan Test via Star Sports by clicking on this link.

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