With the series tied 1-1, Pakistan will play New Zealand in the third and final ODI at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on Sunday, November 11, 2018.

Live updates:

New Zealand 13/1 in 2 overs

Pakistan 277/8 in 50 overs

The match will start at 4:00 PM PST, 00:00 NZDT (November 12).

The first two ODIs were played at Abu Dhabi. New Zealand won the first game while Pakistan came back by convincingly winning the second ODI.

PTV Sports live cricket streaming info

PTV Sports will telecast the match live on its network across Pakistan.

Sky Sports NZ holds the broadcasting rights in New Zealand.

PTV Sports will avail the live streaming options in Pakistan via its YouTube channel and Facebook page. SkyGo's subscribers in the United Kingdom and New Zealand will be able to enjoy the live streaming via the app and website.

Imam doubtful for the last ODI

Opener Imam-ul-Haq suffered a blow on his helmet during the second ODI in Abu Dhabi and was taken off the field. He didn't return to complete his innings. Cricbuzz reported that Imam was kept a close eye on by the doctors and there is no information whether he would feature in the final ODI.

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Pakistan has not named any other specialist opener in the squad, hence if Imam misses out, Mohammad Hafeez is expected to take up his place. Asif Ali should come back into the side if that situation arises. Rest of line-up is expected to be the same as Pakistan won't be messing around with a winning combination.

New Zealand's performance in the second ODI seemed fairly average in comparison to their win in the first game. The batting failed to get a good score and the bowling just never seemed to get going either. With the series on the line, it is unlikely that Kane Williamson would make any changes to his side as the side has the perfect balance to suit the conditions.

The Dubai pitch is similar to the one in Abu Dhabi as far as the slowness of the turf is concerned. A 250-plus score should be good enough to get the opposition under pressure from the beginning. Even though, the dew comes in during the evening it should not really affect the result of the match.

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