|One day international, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Pakistan 340-7 (50 over): Babar 115, Hafeez 59, T Curran 4-75|
|England 341-7 (49.3 over): Roy 114, Stokes 71 *, Vince 43|
|England wins three wickets; complete series wins with one to play|
Scary England survived to win the fourth international day against Pakistan by three wickets and wrapped the series with a game to spare.
Jason Roy sang the home side to 341, and only for his dismissal to fire four wickets for 15 runs.
But Ben Stokes 71 did not out and Tom Curran, who should have run out at seven, 31 to get the guests over the line with three balls to spare.
In perfect batting conditions on Trent Bridge land where England has raised the two highest ever ODI volumes, Pakistan has posted 340-7.
Babar Azam, 115 under control, was the mainstay again, even with England missing missing captain Eoin Morgan and resting the opener Jonny Bairstow, the total visitors did not feel it should have been a challenge.
England was only finally tested for their World Cup preparations and won another side – Chris Woakes, David Willey and Liam Plunkett were also resting – showing the depth of their squad further.
England leads 3-0 irrecoverable in the five-game series, which ends at Headingley on Sunday.
Stokes leads the home of England
England was placed in the second game of the series, when Pakistan had almost revamped 373 in Southampton, but they dominated the third game in Bristol.
As long as their World Cup builds up, this was a new exam as they recovered after moving around.
In addition, Stokes, who found it difficult to get bats and a ball at the end of the IPL, was welcoming, and has not yet taken a wicket in this series.
With England needing 125 of 19.4 over, Stokes 42 shared with Joe Denly and then, crucially 61, with Curran, who claimed the ball earlier 4-75.
There was a strange moment when Curran should have finished, only to Pakistan not to appeal even though Surrey's bat was on the crust line when the bail was moved.
The two Stokes, who smashed three, and Curran broke the square boundaries, until Curran was bowled by Hassan Ali in the 48th over.
Adil Rashid joined Stokes with 19 requiring the last two, but the 49th Junaid Khan was taken for 16 and Stokes won the third in the final.
Roy is tons before England falls
For long periods, it looked like Roy would lead England to a massive total overhaul with punishment, just as Bairstow's century was a catalyst for a comfortable tour of 359 in Bristol on Tuesday.
With Bairstow resting, Roy 94 added the new opening partner James Vince and then 107 with Joe Root.
He was dropped on 25 by Fakhar Zaman, one of many early mistakes in Pakistan in the field, who scored around the wicket – his four were close to being compass points.
After reaching his eighth ODI a hundred of 75 balls with an incredible maximum over cover, even a double century seemed possible, but when an attempt to pull off Mohammad Hasnain broke, the fate of both sides was overturned.
Moot wasim in the third short man by Mohammad Hafeez from Imad Wasim, independent captain Jos Buttler who swept the same bowler to break a two-ball leg and Moeen Ali Shoaib Malik collapsed into the wicket.
The fall made Pakistan favorites, but that was to give a discount on the non-box Stokes.
Not enough for Pakistan
As the battle for fast-paced bowling spaces in the England World Cup continued, there was a lot of mystery surrounding Nottingham's football match of Mark Wood and Jofra Archer, the fastest bowlers at the disposal of the hosts.
With the two bowlers touching 90mph regularly, there was an extra dimension to an attack which, at times in this series, looked at one step.
In fact, Wood hit Imam-ul-Haq Pakistan on the elbow opening and forced him to retire. Later, he also mentioned the Wasim Immersion helmet while Archer sang the returning Imam.
Between the two, Babar Pakistan led his constitutional century, adding 107 with Fakhar and 104 with Mohammad Hafeez, who both made half a century.
However, in such great batting conditions, there was still the doubt that the tourists did not intend to reach a total that was going to defeat England.
Not only that, but they were checked by the home team and Curran, who boosted his own World Cup hopes with workers and slower balls even before his effort with the bat.
The perfect run for England & # 39; – analysis
Former England captain Michael Vaughan: "This game was almost a perfect scenario for England: to put it under this pressure with the key key at the end not in good form.
"Ben Stokes – has not been playing time needed in the middle, in a tight situation, where the balance had managed to win Pakistan and took England home with some good shots.
"Pakistan is not very far away. They have had three good scores.
"If their fieldwork can reach a reasonable standard – some of the pulp was not even amateur – I have seen enough that they will threaten many teams in the World Cup."
The bowlers did great … 340 not a huge score & # 39;
England Captain Jos Buttler on TMS: "It was a very good victory. For the vast majority of the game we were very good.
"We had too many bats with the bats, but Ben Stokes is to be there at the end we had a great partnership with Tom Curran for us.
"I think the bowlers have done brilliantly today. 340, so stupid as it sounds, was a little under what we could have been chasing after Pakistan started & We've seen scores get higher and higher.There is a huge score to pursue today.
"It 's. T [final World Cup squad] This is a very difficult decision for the men to have to do but what 's great for us guys is standing up. Tom Curran had a great day today. "