|Fourth International Day, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Pakistan 340-7 (50 takeovers): Babar 115, Hafeez 59, T Curran 4-75|
|England 341-7 (49.3 intakes): Roy 114, Stoks 71 *, Vince 43|
|England wins with three doors; complete the series with one game|
England survived for fear of winning the fourth international day against Pakistan with three doors and finished the series with a game that saved.
Jason Roy's Century had the household to escape the persecution of 341 just for his dismissal to cause a collapse of four loopholes for 15 tracks.
But Ben Stokes did 71, but not Tom Kuran, who had to run at seven, 31 to make the hosts run the three-ball line.
In the perfect wool conditions of Trent Bridge land, where England has accumulated the two highest ODI values of all time, Pakistan published 340-7.
Babar Azam-controlled 115 was a major one, but even with England's missing Captain Eohin Morgan and rebuffer Johnnie Bearstow, the total amount of visitors did not look like a challenge.
That England is ultimately tested can only be good for their preparation for the World Cup and win with a much more changed side – Chris Wauks, David Willie and Liam Planket have also rested – further demonstrating the depth of their team.
England takes an undisputed 3-0 lead in the five-match series that ends in Headingley on Sunday.
Stoks leads England home
England was put under pressure in the second match of the series when Pakistan nearly recovered 373 in Southampton, but they dominated the third match in Bristol.
As for the accumulation of the World Cup, it was a new study as they recovered after hesitating to persecute.
In addition, it was a welcome comeback to the Stokes Formula, batting a bat and ball at the end of the IPL and still not taking a loophole in this series.
Since England needed 125 of the 19.4 overs, Stokes shared 42 with Joe Denley and then, most importantly, 61 with Curian, who previously claimed 4-75 with the ball.
There was a strange moment when Kerran had to be exhausted, only for Pakistan, not to appeal, although Surrey's bat was on the fold line when the warranty was lifted.
And Stokes, who struck three sixes, and Kiurone prepared the squares while the Qur'an was not taken out by Hassan Ali in the 48th.
Adil Rashid joined Stokes with 19 needs in the last two, but 49th Junaid Khan was picked for 16, and Stokes won him from the third ball of the final.
Roy tonne preceded the collapse of England
For long periods it seemed that Roy would make England repaint a huge amount of impunity, just as Bairst's century was a catalyst for a comfortable persecution of 359 in Bristol on Tuesday.
With Bairstow resigned, Roy added 94 with a new partner James Vince and then with 107 with Joe Root.
He was dropped by 25 from Fakhar Zaman, one of Pakistan's many early mistakes in the field, and he got everyone around the door – his four sixs were close to the compass points.
After reaching his eighth ODI one hundred 75 balls with an incredible maximum over the cover, even a double century seemed possible, but when he tried to get Mohammad Hassain out, the fate of both sides was reversed.
The root was well caught by a short third person by Mohammad Hafees of Imad Vasim, captain Joss Butler picked up the same two-ball double leg bomber and Maine Ali left Shaiba Malick casually to the middle of the door.
The collapse made Pakistani favorites, but it was to give up the unstoppable Stokes.
Not enough for Pakistan
Since the battle for bowling points in the World Cup World Cup continues, many intrigue rounded the Nottingham couple Mark Wood and Joffra Archer, the fastest booters available to the hosts.
Both boosters regularly hit 90 km / h, there was an extra dimension to the attack, which sometimes appeared in this series once.
In fact, Wood hit the Pakistani discoverer Imam-y-Hak on the elbow and forced him to retire. Later, he also shaken Imat Vassim's helmet while Archer bounced off the returning Imam.
Meanwhile, Babar ruled Pakistan with his composing century, adding 107 with Fahar and 104 with Mohamed Hafees, who are half a century old.
However, in such excellent conditions of wool, there was suspicion that tourists did not intend to reach the total that would defeat England.
Not only that, but they were kept under control by the hosts and Cjuran, who raised his own hopes for the World Cup with the Yorkers and the slow balls before his bat effort.
"The Perfect Exit for England" – Analysis
Former England captain Michael Won: "This game was almost the perfect scenario for England: put under this pressure with its key multilateral not at the end, as it was not in good shape.
"Ben Stokes – he does not play well in the middle, in tight situations where the balance turned to Pakistan's victory and he took England home with some good blows.
– Pakistan is not far. They have three good results.
"If their terrain could reach a reasonable standard – some of the inconveniences were not even amateurish – I saw enough that they would threaten many teams in the World Cup."
"Bowling made brilliant … 340 was not a great result"
England captain Joss Butler of TMS: "It was a very good victory, and for most of the game we were very good.
"We had a very bad swallow with the bat, which is disappointing, but for Ben Stokex to be there at the end, having a great partnership with Tom Couraan, was good for us.
"I think the balls have done brilliant today, but no matter how stupid it sounds, it's a little below what we can chase after Pakistan has made a great start, a massive result you're going to pursue today.
"It [final World Cup squad] It's a really hard decision for the guys they have to do, but what's great for us is for the boys to stand up. Today Tom CURAN has had a fantastic all day.