Pakistan have the edge in their last five head-to-head T20I meetings against New Zealand. They have won three and the Black Caps two.
Where: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah
When: Tuesday, 26 October 2021
Start time: 19:30 IST (14:00 GMT)
Pitch conditions: This Sharjah ground isn’t necessarily the high-scoring venue it has been in the past despite the short boundaries. The pitch can be tricky to bat on. A first-innings score of 150 should be competitive.
Weather conditions: The forecast for Sharjah on matchday shows typically hot and humid conditions. Humidity levels could make it tough for the fielding side to grip the ball properly.
Pakistan v New Zealand – Latest Odds
Betway India is an excellent option among the best cricket betting sites in rupees. They have early match markets and solid margin.
Betway have priced Pakistan as 1.67 favourites and New Zealand 2.1 underdogs. Betting on the Kiwis could offer good value.
Pakistan v New Zealand – Team News
Hasan Ali – Pakistan have a fiery fast bowler in Ali, who can also weigh in with some impressive late-order hitting.
Mohammad Rizwan – Pakistan will want another big, quick start from the in-form and aggressive opening batsman.
Ish Sodhi – The tall New Zealand bowler is one of the best leg-spinners on display in this tournament.
Devon Conway – The New Zealand batsman has taken to international cricket really well and should relish this chance to shine on the biggest stage.
Tim Southee – The seamer has been economical and reliable in the New Zealand attack for a long time.
Pakistan v New Zealand – Betting Tips and Predictions
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