LEEDS: England have set 352-run target for green shirts to win the fifth and final One-Day International game being played at Yorkshire Cricket Ground in Leeds.
After winning the toss, the hosts England have scored 350 runs in the allotted 50 overs by losing 9 wickets.
England captain Eoin Morgan and Joe Root set together a 107-run partnership for the third wicket providing their side a chance to whitewash Pakistan in the ODI series.
Joe Root scored 84 runs off 73 balls smashing nine fours, while Morgan playing the captains knock has made 76 runs off 64 balls.
Shaheen Afridi was the pick of the bowler from the Pakistani side as the left-arm bowler completed his spell with figures of 4 for 82 runs.
Eoin Morgan returns to the game to lead the English side in final ODI as his one-game suspension has ended.
Pakistan has made two changes in their squad of fourth ODI by replacing opener Imam ul Haq with Abid Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi is brought in the side in place of left-arm pacer Junaid Khan.
England has already won the series 3-0 after it thrashed Pakistan in fourth ODI of the 5-match ODI series.
English team, thanks to opener Jason Roy and middle-order batsman Ben Stokes, managed to achieve the 341 runs target set by Pakistan with the loss of 7 wickets, after winning the toss earlier in the day.