ODI Game 1 – England v Pakistan
England were well on their way to victory before the rain intervened and the hosts were awarded victory over Pakistan on the Duckworth-Lewis method. Opener Azhar Ali top scored with 82 as Pakistan put 260 on the board. England were well ahead of the run rate with Jason Roy hitting 65 and Joe Root 61. As the game stopped, England were well set on 194-3 with Eoin Morgan looking good with 33 not out. The calculation gave England a 44 run win in a game England would surely have gone on to win had it continued.
ODI Game 2
England made it 2-0 as they impressively chased down a target of 251 at Lords. Sarfarz Ahmed got a century for Pakistan who batted first and Imad Wasim was not out on 63 but ran out of partners as their score always looked short with Chrs Woakes taking three wickets. A 112 partnership between Joe Root (89) and Eoin Morgan (68) put England in pole position and Moeen Ali with 21 Not Out was there with Woakes at the end to see England home with 15 balls to spare.