cricketzine prediction: Blundell and Henry in their 50s, New Zealand annoys Pakistan

New Zealand’s tail continued with Tom Blundell’s 51 followed by an unbeaten 88 runs in the final wicket between Matt Henry and Ajaz Patel, long enough to add 124 runs on the second morning. swayed, tipping the balance in the visitor’s favour.

Blundell lost his overnight partner Ish Sodi to Naseem Shah earlier in the day, but with some support from skipper Tim Sausy, he made him 31 and 50 in the eighth Test. helped reach the

The duo temporarily stopped the slide in partnership, but a double punch sent New Zealand further down. Against the flow of play, Blundell was bowled out for 51, beating Cultivators by Abrar his Ahmed. Abrar attacked again in the next over, causing Southey to lose his balance and trip. In his 26th Test, Abrar topped the list of Pakistan’s leading wicket takers in the first four Tests.

Pakistan’s hopes of ending New Zealand’s innings within his 350 were short-lived, but the final wicket pair, Matt Henry and Ajaz Patel, were shaken off in a boundary-filled partnership.

Henry’s attack began with Hassan taking on his ants. Hassan Ali was hit by balls on three boundaries in succession. Ajaz Patel, on the other hand, initially proved capable enough to hold up, only coming in at the 15-hour ball, but quickly gained confidence and beat Abrar to the boundary. Henry defeated Naseem Shah at mid-wicket and he also scored six, two leading New Zealand past his 400. Henry scored 50 pitches in the third Test from just 42 pitches, Ajaz had the highest Test score, and the duo saw 113 pitches, denying Pakistan in the extra half hour of the first morning.

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