The fourth and final T20I between England and Pakistan at The Oval is under threat of rain. Here are the latest weather updates.

The third match of the series was washed out in Cardiff earlier this week, with England currently holding a 1-0 series lead in the series. England won the second T20I by 23 runs following another washout at Headingley in the first match of the series. Jos Buttler starred with an 84 off 51-balls innings in that match.

The match is due to take place at The Oval in Kennington, London, and is scheduled to start at 6:30pm GMT. BBC Weather reports a high chance of rain for the start of the fixture, but that the weather will dry up later on, with the potential for a reduced match.

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Accuweather is also forecasting rain at 6pm, with it set to dry up by 7pm.

The match is the final opportunity for both sides to solidify their starting XIs before heading out to the Caribbean for the T20 World Cup. The tournament gets underway this weekend on June 1, with England playing their tournament opener against Scotland on June 4. Pakistan will start their campaign against USA on June 6 in Texas.

England captain Buttler was unavailable for the third match of the series due to the birth of his third child. It's unconfirmed as of yet whether he will be available for today's game.

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