Scotland will be facing Pakistan in the second and the last T20I in Edinburgh on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The match is scheduled to start at 3:00 PM GMT or 8:00 PM PST. Pakistan is leading [VIDEO] the series by 1-0, as they defeated Scotland by 48 runs in the first T20I.

Pakistan have decided to stick with almost exactly the same T20I squad that beat West Indies 3-0 in Karachi earlier this year for the two-match series against Scotland. The only change is batsman Haris Sohail coming in for the injured Babar Azam.

Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed played an outstanding inning to save the day for his team in the first T20I, as he was well supported by Shoaib Malik.

Like Scotland, they also are expected to go into this game unchanged. Pakistan will be looking to completely dominate the Scottish side and take home the series 2-0.

They played as a well-knit side to win against England. The finals scores were as below:

Pakistan 204 for 4 (Sarfraz Ahmer 89*, Malik 53) beat Scotland 156 for 6 (Leask 38*, Shadab 2-25, Hasaan 2-33) by 48 runs.

Scotland Team News

They beat England in a one-day match and then lost to Pakistan [VIDEO] in a Twenty20 match. It has been that kind of week for the Scottish side. But they would be taking some positives out of the first T20I especially given the fact that they were pretty much in the game for the first half of both the innings.

They are unlikely to make any changes to their XI if everyone is fit and ready to play.

Pitch and conditions

The pitch will be the same one, which was used in the first T20I so we can again expect a lot of runs. The short boundaries will indeed help the batsmen to score runs freely. The bowlers are expected to get little or no help for this wicket.

There are no chances of rain in Edinburgh until the sun sets and evening shows up. So, there is nothing to worry about as we will be getting an entire game of 40 overs.

Where to watch:

The match will be telecast live on PTV Sports in Pakistan. The live stream can be watched on the PTV Sports official website starting at 8 PM PST, 2:30 GMT.

Sky Sports Cricket channel will cover the match live for viewers in the United Kingdom.

In another international match today, England will face Australia in the 1st ODI being played at the Oval. Scotland beat England by six runs on Sunday and next face a tri-series in Holland also involving Ireland. BBC Sports reported on 11th June that Scotland "secured the biggest win in their cricketing history with a thrilling six-run defeat of England."