The International Cricket Council (ICC) made the announcement on Friday regarding who will be the match official for the concluding match of the Twenty20 World Cup, which will be played between Pakistan and England.
On November 13, the final of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and will feature a matchup between England and Pakistan.
In the championship match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, which will take place at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground, the umpires Marais Erasmus and Kumar Dharmasena will be in charge of on-field responsibilities (MCG).
Chris Gaffaney will serve as the match’s TV umpire, and Paul Reiffel will take on the role of the match’s fourth official.
When it comes to the team, England is playing exceptionally well, which undoubtedly contributed to their victory over India in the semi-final.
They eliminated the Asian heavyweights from the competition by batting them entirely out of the running, and they will now look forward to continuing their blazing form against Pakistan as well.
On the other hand, Pakistan’s performance in the Twenty20 World Cup was like riding a rollercoaster. After suffering losses in their first two matches against India and Zimbabwe, it will be crucial for Pakistan’s new ball attack to get off to a strong start in the remaining games if they wish to have any chance of advancing further in the competition.
Pakistan now has the second-best Powerplay economy rate (6.19), which places them in second place among all of the teams that have participated in this year’s Twenty20 World Cup (18.58).