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Buttler late omission as teams make changes galore

'I hope nobody scores 500 in ODIs' - Woakes (2:03)

England bowler Chris Woakes praises his team's positive intent against Pakistan and believes there's still room for improvement for them (2:03)

Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat against England
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With the series decided, both England and Pakistan have taken the opportunity to rotate their sides, but from vastly different positions of strength, while Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first at Headingley.

England have made three changes, including a switch in wicketkeeper with Jonny Bairstow replacing Jos Buttler who suffered an injury in the warm-ups, with Chris Jordan and David Willey coming into a re-jigged pace attack as Chris Woakes and Mark Wood are rested.

It means a strengthened Yorkshire contingent on their home ground with Bairstow and Willey making their first appearances of the series alongside the incumbent White Rose trio of Joe Root, Liam Plunkett and Adil Rashid.

A shell-shocked Pakistan, having conceded a world-record 444 for 3 two days ago, have made four changes. Imad Wasim returns having been injured for Trent Bridge, coming in for the experienced Shoaib Malik who has had a poor series, while Umar Gul, Mohammad Rizwan and Mohammad Irfan are drafted in.

Mohammad Amir, Yasir Shah and Wahab Riaz - the latter who conceded none for 110 at Trent Bridge, the second-worst figures in ODI history - are the bowlers making way.

England 1 Jason Roy, 2 Alex Hales, 3 Joe Root, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Ben Stokes, 6 Jonny Bairstow (wk), 7 Moeen Ali, 8 Adil Rashid, 9 Liam Plunkett, 10 Chris Jordan, 11 David Willey

Pakistan 1 Sami Aslam, 2 Sharjeel Khan, 3 Azhar Ali (capt), 4 Babar Azam, 5 Sarfraz Ahmed (wk), 6 Mohammad Rizwan, 7 Mohammad Nawaz, 8 Imad Wasim, 9 Hasan Ali, 10 Umar Gul, 11 Mohammad Irfan

Lower-order impact


Runs scored by the 5th and 6th wicket for England in this ODI - most for a team in a match at Headingley; 103 runs for the 5th wkt and 50 for the 6th wicket.

Troubles at Headingley


No. of consecutive ODIs for England at Headingley with none of their top-three batsmen making 50+ scores.

Not out


Runs scored by Imad Wasim in 3 inns of this series and he hasn't been dismissed yet. He made 17* in Southampton, 63* at Lord's and 57* today.

Another eighty


No. of captains to make two scores in 80s in a bilateral ODI series, including Azhar Ali. First was Ian Chappell vs NZ in 1973-74.

Nothing much at top


No. of 50+ partnerships for Pakistan for top-three wickets in this series. However for wickets 4th to 6th they have had 4 50+ stands.

England's leeds


Win-loss record for England in their last 10 ODIs at Headingley, before this. Against Pakistan they have a 2-1 record in 3 matches.