- TournamentNew Zealand Tri-Series 2022
- DateOct 13, 2022
- VenueHagley Oval, Christchurch, New Zealand
BAN VS PAK BETTING ODDS
- PAK To Win, Babar Azam (PAK) & Mohammad Rizwan (PAK) Both To Score 25+ Runs 2.10
- Both Innings To Start With A Dot 2.62
- Shakib Al Hasan (BD) To Hit 1+ Six & To Take A Wicket 2.70
BAN VS PAK
In their previous game, New Zealand humiliated Pakistan. The competition once again exposed Pakistan’s potential shortcomings. It now faces Bangladesh, a squad that is still winless in this Tri-Series, in its last group encounter.
Bangladesh hasn’t won a game yet and has little chance of reaching the championship game. It will attempt to make advantage of this match as yet another chance to discover the spark that it has so far been sorely lacking.
Bangladesh vs. Pakistan Tri-Series match prediction and cricket betting advice for the year 2022. On October 13, 2022, the game will take place in Christchurch’s Hagley Oval.
BAN VS PAK TEAM PREVIEWS
In this Tri-Series, Bangladesh experienced yet another crushing loss, and we don’t believe its problems are yet over. Bangladesh’s best score in the series is 160, however despite that, it lost by a score of 48 runs. In T20 cricket, it is a significant margin of defeat.
The only player to score runs was Shakib Al Hasan, who did it with an amazing 70 off only 44 balls. No other batsman managed to produce anything noteworthy. On these large fields, Bangladesh’s lineup’s lack of power is particularly apparent. The batting order has undergone several alterations, but we don’t believe Bangladesh has come any closer to determining what its ideal lineup is.
When facing Pakistan, a team that can often be counted on to bowl effectively, it is not a favorable position to be in.
The fact that Bangladesh was able to silence the Pakistani hitters when it last faced them is maybe one of the things that Bangladesh would see favorably. The two bowlers who might potentially make the Pakistani team uneasy are Taskin Ahmed and Shakib Al Hasan.
We do believe Bangladesh’s bowling is superior than what most observers anticipate, but it is still unable to compensate for the team’s batting lineup’s flaws.
Pakistan would be eager to identify fresh solutions to its T20 issues. The problem is this. Looking at the results, Pakistan did fairly well. The issue is that Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam, two players, have been largely responsible for its success.
The world’s top opening pair at the moment is made up of the two athletes. Pakistan also boasts a depth of bowling options that is admirable, and some of its all-rounders are perhaps underused.
Finding capable middle-order batsmen to fill in when Pakistan does lose a few early wickets and power-hitting have been the problems. Pakistan has suffered in that area. Pakistan had not hit a single six in the previous game.
Shaheen Shah Afridi is also not yet available for selection but is almost ready to return. The early wickets have been more difficult to come by without him. However, the bowling lineup that includes Mohammad Wasim Jr, Haris Rauf, Shadab Khan, and Mohammad Nawaz is of the highest caliber.
Pakistan should be able to dominate this match, but if Babar and Rizwan have a bad game, Pakistan may find itself in trouble.
BAN VS PAK TOSS PREDICTION
The toss winner should prefer to take the field first. The club that was chasing has prevailed in three of the five Tri-Series games.
PITCH AND CONDITIONS
For the Asian players, the weather in Christchurch has been cool and rather challenging. There hasn’t been any rain, and the prognosis indicates that won’t change for this game. The pitch has been true, flat, and slightly bounced. A score of about 160 should be possible.
BAN VS PAK BETTING TIPS
Pakistan will have our support in this match. Pre-match wagering on Pakistan offers a rather modest return, but you are unable to wager on Bangladesh at this time. Two of the top T20 batsmen in the world are on Pakistan’s roster, along with a formidable bowling lineup. To receive higher chances, search for in-play wagers.
Speculate on Pakistan winning.