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  • 11:00 PM IST

    Pakistan beat West Indies by 33 runs to win the Independence Cup 2-1

    Pakistan 183/4; West Indies 150/8
  • 10:49 PM IST

    Third run-out of the innings! Babar Azam hits it direct from mid-off to send Morkel (1) back. Writing is on the wall now. WXI 139/8 in 17.3 overs.

  • 10:44 PM IST

    Hassan Ali gets Miller, who tried what he had to – a six, but caught at long-on. Gone for 32 off 29. World XI 137/7, need 47 in 18 balls.

  • 10:27 PM IST

    Perera’s brisk knock of 33 off 13 balls ends, little touch and go with that catch Babar took, but ruled in the bowler Rumaan Raees’s favour. WXI 112/6

  • 10:10 PM IST

  • 10:06 PM IST

    Another run-out? Is it? Yes. Direct hit from Shadab ends Du Plessis’s knock for 13. This is turning into a one-way traffic at 67/5 in 9.5 overs.

  • 9:57 PM IST

    Fifty comes up for WXI but with it a wicket for Imad Wasim and Pakistan. Bailey’s 12-ball struggle for 3 ends in a caught-behind dismissal. WXI 53/4, chasing 184 to win.

  • 9:46 PM IST

    Run out! This is disaster for World XI. Amla (21) is walking back, sold a dummy down the other end. WXI tottering at 41/3.

  • 9:42 PM IST

    Hasan Ali cleans up Cutting for just 5. The experiment didn’t work. World XI 41/2 in 4.2 overs.

  • 9:41 PM IST

    World XI 37/1 in 4 overs, Cutting has been promoted to No. 3 to get some quick runs. Amla is on 21 off 12.

New Delhi: Hello and welcome to India.com’s LIVE coverage of the third and final T20 international match between Pakistan and World XI. Pakistan host World XI in the final match of a three-match T20 series for the Independence Cup at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday from 7:30 PM IST.

The series marks the return of international cricket to the country eight years after an attack on the Sri Lankan team bus. The international World XI will be led by South African captain Faf du Plessis. Pakistan will be led by their ICC Champions Trophy-winning captain Sarfraz Ahmed. Get LIVE Score here

The series is locked at 1-1 with Pakistan winning the first match by 20 runs while World XI won the second game by 7 wickets.

Sarfraz Ahmed-led side’s 20 runs victory in first T20 on September 12 opened the series 1-0 but in the second T20, the experience of Hashim Amla steered the World XI to a comfortable victory over Pakistan, leaving the series tied at 1-1. Get LIVE streaming info here

World XI is likely to bring in former Australian captain George Bailey and Darren Sammy could also make his return for the third game after being left out for the second T20.

Hasan Ali and Faheem Ashraf are expected to regain their places in the playing XI for Pakistan.