Pakistan have become the first team to play 200 T20Is. The sub-continent team reached the landmark in the fourth T20I of a seven-match series against England.
India are second with 182 games while New Zealand are third, having played 172 contests.
Out of 199 matches, the Men in Green have won 121 while losing 70.
England won the toss in the fourth game and invited Pakistan to bat first. Hales is back, with Jacks moving to 3, so no Malan tonight. And Willey is in for Sam Curran.
“The batting will get better in the second innings. We believe if our rivals score 200 we are good enough to get more than that. Taking early wickets will be the key,” said Moeen Ali.
Babar Azam thinks 180-190 is defendable. Pakistan have made two changes, with Asif Ali replacing the injured Haider. Wasim has been included for Dahani.
Pakistan: 1 Babar Azam (capt), 2 Mohammad Rizwan, 3 Shan Masood, 4 Iftikhar Ahmed, 5 Khushdil Shah, 6 Mohammad Nawaz, 7 Asif Ali, 8 Mohammad Hasnain, 9 Haris Rauf, 10 Usman Qadir, 11 Mohammad Wasim
England: 1 Phil Salt (wk), 2 Alex Hales, 3 Will Jacks, 4 Ben Duckett, 5 Harry Brook, 6 Moeen Ali (capt), 7 David Willey, 8 Liam Dawson, 9 Adil Rashid, 10 Olly Stone, 11 Reece Topley.