Betting Odds for PAK vs NZ(Pakistan vs New Zealand)
Pakistan – 1.36 (On Rs.100 users will get Rs.136 in return). Bet Now
New Zealand – 3.20 (If the user bet Rs.100 he will get Rs.320 returns). Bet Now
More betting odds and Tips
- You can bet on the Fakhar Zaman score above 20.5 runs has an odd of 3.44. (If user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.344). PAK vs NZ, Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 20.5 has an odds of 3.44. (if user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.344). Bet Now
- You can Place a bet on Mark Chapman if he score above 23.5 runs has an odds of 2.01. (if user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.201). PAK vs NZ, Bet Now. Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 23.5 has an odds of 2.01. (if user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.201). Bet Now
- Place a bet on Babar Azam score above 21.5 runs has an odds of 1.18. (if user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns of Rs.118). PAK vs NZ, Bet Now Similarly, you can bet on him to score less than 21.5 he has an odds of 1.18. (if the user bet Rs.100 then he will get returns Rs.118). Bet Now
More Match Predictions- RR VS CSK 39TH MATCH, BETTING TIPS AND MATCH PREDICTION
Match: Pakistan vs New Zealand (PAK vs NZ), 2nd ODI
Date: 01st May 2023,
Time: 04:00 pm IST
Venue: Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium Stadium, Rawalpindi
The Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium pitch has proven to be a batting paradise in recent years. Seamers benefit from it in the first few overs, but once the shine wears off the ball, batters can dig in and hit big runs.
During the match, the weather in Rawalpindi is expected to be cloudy and pleasant. The game\’s relative humidity will be close to 25%.
Pakistan will be disappointed that they were unable to win the Twenty20 International series against New Zealand. They had their best team available, but they came up short. They can make amends in the ODI series, however. This is a very well-balanced unit with many excellent options in both departments.
Captain Babar Azam is expected to assume command. He is Pakistan\’s man in form, having scored 647 runs at an average of 73 in his last ten matches, and will present the most difficult challenge to the Kiwi bowlers in the series. It would not be surprising if he finishes the series with the most runs. Fakhar Zaman (375 runs in the last 10 matches at an average of 37.50) is another batter to keep an eye on.
Pakistan Playing XI
Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan, Agha Salman, Mohammad Nawaz, Usama Mir, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Ihsanullah
By tying the T20I series 2-2, New Zealand has given themselves a huge boost. In the One-Day Internationals, they will face a greater challenge. The visitors will have to punch above their weight to make an impression in the absence of regulars such as Kane Williamson, Devon Conway, Michael Bracewell, and Mitchell Santner.
Mark Chapman set the T20I run-scoring record with 290 runs at a strike rate of 165.71. He has been called up to the ODI squad and will play an important role in the middle order. In the absence of the other experienced batters, Tom Latham will have to lead from the front with all of his experience. Tom Blundell and Daryl Mitchell are the other two batters who can make an impact.
New Zealand Playing XI
Chad Bowes, Will Young, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham, Mark Chapman, Henry Nicholls, James Neesham, Rachin Ravindra, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Matt Henry
Pakistan vs New Zealand Match Prediction
As many of their top-order batters are missing in this series the best chance for the Kiwi side in this game is to get lucky at the toss and bat second. Their bowlers will need to make desperate efforts to try and restrict the Pak batters. If this doesn’t work out, they are looking at another thrashing from Pakistan.