After defeating England in the first Test at Lord's last week, Pakistan is all set to play them again in the second test at Headingley in Leeds on June 1, 2018. This is second and last test match of the series, which Pakistan is already leading by 1-0.

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. The match will start at 10:00 AM GMT/3:00 PM PST.

England team news

They haven't looked strong in any department so far in this series, so it is highly likely that they will make a few changes. Chris Woakes might come into the playing XI in place of Mark Wood, who wasn't at his best in the Lord's test.

Keaton Jennings has been called in to replace Mark Stoneman in the opening slot, while the rest of the line-up will stay the same. Sam Curran was brought into the side as a cover for Ben Stokes, who picked up an injury.

England may opt to replace the extra pace of Mark Wood with the swing and seam of Chris Woakes if conditions dictate.

Pakistan team news

Babar Azam suffered an elbow injury in the last test match while batting, which ruled him out of the whole series. The 27-year-old middle-order batsman Usman Salahuddin is all set to make his test debut for Pakistan as a replacement of Babar Azam.

It is unlikely that Pakistan will make any more changes to their XI going to this Test.

Pitch and conditions

The pitch at Leeds has a tricky nature. The team which bats first will have to bat really well, in order to make sure they put a big score.

The ball swings nicely at this venue so we should not expect a huge score like 500 plus runs, in any innings of the Test.

The weather on the first couple of days of the Test is expected not to be so nice, as there are high chances of rain. However, we might not have that problem from day three and beyond.

Broadcast and live streaming

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports channel in the United Kingdom. PTV Sports and Ten Sports channels will be broadcasting the match live in Pakistan. The online streaming will available on the Sky Go app and on ESPN's website. PTV Sports will live streaming the Test on its official website

Viewers in India can watch the live action on Sony Six Tv channel.

"We have to forget Lord's and move on to this now. If we want to move ahead as a team we have to forget our wins. We did well, we enjoyed it for two days, but now we're here," suggested Sarfraz Ahmed according to ESPN.

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