Pakistan vs New Zealand T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction

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Pakistan vs New Zealand T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction On Tuesday, October 26 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah, Pakistan and New Zealand will face off in Match No.19 of the T20 World Cup. After defeating Virat Kohli’s India by 10 wickets on Sunday, Pakistan, captained by Babar Azam, got off to the greatest possible start in their campaign. The Men in Green beat the Men in Blue in their first World Cup match, with Babar, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Afridi starring. The Black Caps, on the other hand, have been uneasy in recent weeks. In the warm-ups a few days ago, Kane Williamson’s team fell to Australia and England.

Match Details                                                    

Match: New Zealand vs Pakistan – Match 19

Date – 26 October 2021

Time: 07:30 PM IST

Venue: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Pitch Report

Sharjah’s pitch has been sluggish and low in general. The match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, on the other hand, was a high-scoring encounter. The track, on the other hand, has continued to favor the team in second place.

Average score: 142 (16 T20Is in Sharjah)

Record of Chasing teams: Won – 6, Lost – 9, Tied – 1

Weather Report

The weather in this area will be hot and humid. There should be no risk of rain here, based on the forecast. It’s possible that a good game of cricket is expected to be played. On average, the temperature can be around 42 degrees Celsius.

Pakistan vs New Zealand Playing 11

Pakistan Predicted Playing 11

Babar Azam (c), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Imad Wasim

New Zealand Predicted Playing 11

Kane Williamson (C), Tim Seifert (WK), Martin Guptill, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson, Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham

Head-to-head

Overall

Matches- 24, Pakistan – 14, New Zealand – 10, Tied- 0

In T20 World Cups

Matches- 5, Pakistan – 3, New Zealand – 2, Tied- 0

Key players

Mohammad Rizwan

Mohammad Rizwan is having a good run in international cricket right now. In 15 T20I innings in 2021, the right-hander has scored 831 runs at an amazing average of 103.87 and a strike rate of 140.37. Despite the fact that he has two ducks this year, he has one century and as many as eight half-centuries to make up for it. The Kiwis must get him off the field as soon as possible.

Lockie Ferguson

In the 2021 Indian Premier League, Lockie Ferguson was a standout for the Kolkata Knight Riders. He bowled ferocious periods in Sharjah, picking up wickets at regular intervals. He played one warm-up match against England before the World Cup and had a 3-0-19-1 record. Pakistan’s hitters might be in big peril if he gets his groove.

Team News

  • Pakistan are unlikely to make any changes to the team that won by 10-wickets on Sunday.
  • For the country of New Zealand Two spinners, on the other hand, is almost a given, so anticipate both Santner and Sodhi to line up. According to Williamson, the batting lineup might change depending on the situation.

Pakistan vs New Zealand Match Tips

This year, New Zealand has already won one ICC championship and would like to win another. T20 specialists Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, and Glenn Phillips make up their top four. Their skipper, Kane Williamson, is perhaps the greatest individual to anchor an inning in T20 cricket. Pakistan’s Babar Azam and his teammates, on the other hand, were exceptional in all three aspects of the game. Thanks to a spectacular opening spell from Shaheen Shah Afridi, they reduced India to 6 for 2 in the first three overs. In the powerplay, Imad Wasim bowled long spells to put pressure on the other end. New Zealand presently appears to be in good shape to win.

Today’s match prediction The team, batting second to win the match.