Pakistan will look to whitewash New Zealand in the T20I series when the two teams meet at the Dubai International Cricket stadium for the third and the final game on Sunday, November 4, 2018. The match will begin at 8:00 PM local, 5:00 AM NZDT (November 5).

Pakistan has won both the games in this series so far. After securing a two-run victory in Abu Dhabi, Pakistan won the second game by six wickets chasing a tricky score in Dubai on Friday.

New Zealand posted 153-7 and Pakistan chased the score with just two balls to spare. Pakistani pacer Shaheen Afridi was awarded the man of the match for his figures of 3-20 from four overs.

TV and Online streaming details

PTV Sports will telecast the game live in Pakistan. Sky Sports will broadcast the match live in the United Kingdom while Willow TV will provide the live coverage in the United States. Sony Six will televise the match live in India. SonyLiv will provide the online streaming via its app and website for the subscribers in India and its subcontinent. SkyGo app and website will also stream the game live in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.

Both teams expected to experiment

According to ESPN Cricinfo, Pakistan will be looking to make only one change in their line-up from the previous game. Left-arm pacer Waqas Maqsood will be making his T20I debut. Either Hasan Ali or Shaheen Afridi will be rested for this last game as the series has been already won by Pakistan.

It has been surprising that middle-order batsman Mark Chapman hasn't featured in the two games so far.

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ESPN Cricinfo reported Chapman may be selected for the third T20I ahead of Glenn Phillips, who hasn't lived up to the expectations. Fast bowler Lockie Ferguson could also get a spot in the XI replacing Adam Milne.

Teams have opted to bat first after winning the toss all season in the UAE.

In five games, only once have the team batting second successfully chased a total. The Dubai pitch favours the spinners and the medium pacers, so it won't be surprising if both the team pack their XI with such bowlers