England will face off Pakistan in the second and last Test match at Headingley, Leeds and will be looking forward to avoiding series defeat after losing the first Test by 9 wickets at the Lord's.
In the first Test match, Pakistan outbowled and outscored England within four days and they would love to win their first Test series in England since 1996. On the other hand, England have to win this Test match to draw the series with 1-1.
Ahead of the second Test match at Leeds check out all stats that matter most :
Teams Head to Head in Test cricket -
26 - Stuart Broad needs 26 more runs to complete 3000 Test runs and he will be the 5th player to complete the double of 3000 Test runs and 400 Test wickets after Kapil Dev, Sir Richard Hadlee, Shane Warne and Shaun Pollock.
40 - Mohammad Abbas has taken 40 wickets at an average of 16.62 in 7 Test matches - the most wickets by any Pakistani bowler after 7 Test matches.
47 - Number of Test wickets taken by Mohammad Amir in England - the second most by a Pakistani bowler and needs 7 more wickets to go past Wasim Akram's tally of 53 wickets in England.
48 - Number of Test wickets taken by Stuart Broad against Pakistan and needs 2 more wickets to become the second bowler to take 50 Test wickets against Pakistan after James Anderson (58).
98 - Ben Stokes has taken 98 wickets in Test cricket and needs 2 more wickets to become the 47th English player to take 100 Test wickets.
129 - Joe Root needs 129 more runs to become the third English player to score 1000 Test runs against Pakistan after Alastair Cook (1673) and David Gower (1185).
154 - This will be Alastair Cook's 154th consecutive Test match and he will go past Allan Border's record of most consecutive Test appearances (153).
1996 - Pakistan haven't won a Test series against England in England since 1996, since then they have lost two-Test series in 2006 and 2010 and drawn in 2001 and 2016.
2014 - England hasn't lost a Test series at home since 2014. The last time they lost a home Test series to Sri Lanka by 1-0 in June 2014.
5915 - Runs scored by Joe Root in Test cricket and needs 85 more runs to become the 15th English player to score 6000 Test runs.