Lowest totals in England v Pakistan one day internationals is 74 allout, by Pakistan in 1992 world cup match at Adelaide. Interestingly, rained denied England an easy victory that day..
At that time, 74 allout was Pakistan's lowest ODI total against any country and smallest by any test playing nation in cricket world cup. Allrounder Derek Pringle was the cheif destroyer, taking 3 wickets for just 8 runs from his 8.2 overs while Philip DeFreitas, Gladstone Small and Ian Botham took 2 wkts each. England were given a target of 64 from 16 overs as the tournament rule said a minimum of 15 overs to be played by each team. England were 24 for 1 wkt from 8 overs when rain intruped for the 3rd time and both teams shared points. Pakistan went on to win that tournament.
Pakistan have also been allout for 85 against England, at Old Trafford in Manchester. This time, Pakistan were chasing 218 for victory but only two batsmen reached double figures as Bob Willis ate up top order with his 4 wkts haul.
England's lowest total against Pakistan in a one day match is 122 allout which they made at Gaddafi stadium in Lahore, chasing moderate 158. It was a 8 ball per over match of 35 over each side and part time bowler Wasim Raja proved too tough for home team to handle, taking 3 wickets in just 4.6 overs.
Notice 146 allout by England in following table, made at Melbourne during world championship of cricket. It came of just 24.2 overs, which is runrate of 6 per over but England went on to lose the game by 67 runs. Allan Lamb scored 81 off just 69 balls that day but his mates couldn't follow-through and green team won the game.