• TournamentNew Zealand Tri-Series 2022
  • DateOct 14, 2022
  • FormatT20
  • VenueHagley Oval, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Time02:00


New Zealand1.73 Pakistan2.34


The Tri-Series 2022 Last between New Zealand and Pakistan will serve as both of the countries’ final competitive encounters before the T20 World Cup. Observing how the teams approach this Final will be intriguing. A victory in the championship game would be beneficial, but ultimately, this series doesn’t mean much.

For the sole purpose of evaluating their pairing, both Pakistan and New Zealand would prefer to compete with their starting lineup (among those who are presently healthy and available). In this series, Pakistan and New Zealand will meet a third time, with each side having played the other once in the first two meetings.

For the 2022 Tri-Series Final between Pakistan and New Zealand, match prediction and betting advice are provided. On October 14, 2022, the game will take place in Christchurch’s Hagley Oval.



The justifiable favorite heading into this series has to be New Zealand. It has been able to put behind a sluggish start in which it lost its first encounter against Pakistan and really gather steam. Three victories in a row and a variety of players contributing are all positive indicators.

Glenn Phillips has perhaps been New Zealand’s most impressive performer so far. He is able to pick up speed from ball one when he enters the game in the middle or at the conclusion of the inning. His bowling skills are also incredibly helpful.

If Kane Williamson can be included in the best starting eleven is the key issue that New Zealand must address. The preferred openers are Finn Allen and Devon Conway, but having Martin Guptill at number three may also be a terrific alternative.

New Zealand enters this match as the well-deserved favorites thanks to a strong batting lineup that has depth and a good bowling attack (that hasn’t yet played at full strength).


In its previous game, Pakistan defeated Bangladesh with a superb chase. Mohammad Rizwan, Babar Azam, and afterwards Mohammad Nawaz successfully completed that difficult pursuit. It becomes more and more probable that Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz, Pakistan’s all-rounders, are really its greatest middle-order performers.

Both of them have excellent touch and can easily attack the bowlers. During the T20 World Cup, anticipate seeing a lot more of them in the middle.

Pakistan’s bowling performance may have been a little bit better. Despite consistently taking wickets, they were unable to control the run pace. In their lineup, Shaheen Afridi’s absence is clear. Keep in mind that Pakistan hasn’t really used their bowling unit either up to this point.

Pakistan’s bowling will be more difficult to handle if Haris Rauf, Mohammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, and Naseem Shah all participate in the Tri-Series Final.


The toss-winning team usually prefers to take the field first. The team that has pursued has won every game in this Tri-Series with the exception of two.


It’s anticipated that the weather will be similar to what we’ve already seen. Though a little chilly, the weather was dry and ideal for cricket. As the games have gone on, the field seems to have flattened out. Additionally, it has become a little bit slower and is now more beneficial for spinners. The hitters may be put to the test by the still-steep bounce.

The vast outfield has made it more difficult to get sixes and fours. A score of around 170 is considered par, and anything higher than 180 would be difficult to beat.


In this game, we’re going to support the home team. In terms of batting power, New Zealand’s lineup is better balanced and has greater depth. Although Pakistan’s middle order is still somewhat susceptible, the opening duo is just on an other level. Additionally, we believe that both teams’ bowling attacks are very comparable. Small details like fielding and dashing between the wickets may make all the difference.

New Zealand might just surge ahead at that point.

Speculate on New Zealand winning.

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