Australia (@1.2) vs Pakistan (@4.5)

Our Prediction:

Australia will win

Australia – Pakistan Match Prediction | 08-11-2019 03:30

Australia have stuck with the same 11 players for all three matches so far. Australia are likely to draft fast bowler Kane Richardson into their line-up as a replacement for Stoinis which means wicketkeeper Alex Carey will have to be pushed up at number six. But they will have to make a forced change this time around as all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has been ruled out of this upcoming encounter against Pakistan due to a side strain he had picked up in the match against India.

However, their game isnt as strong as the Aussies at the moment. Things could heat up if theyre unable to perform well enough. Who do you think will win the 17th match of the ICC World Cup 2019? However, well let Ganesha tell us what the future holds for the two teams. Pakistan is not a team that would be affected by such obscenity.

They were shot down for 105 against West Indies where they were bombarded with a barrage of short deliveries which their batsmen struggled to handle. Pakistan have so far been the only team that has seen both ends of the spectrum, as far as the results are concerned. They had to settle with just one point against Sri Lanka wherein they were arguably the favorites to win the match.

Match Details

For the upcoming match, Australia appear to be ahead, at least on paper. Betting on Pakistan will be the way to go in the upcoming fixture. They were on a verge of a win in the first match before the rain intervened, and there's no reason why they cannot do it again. With ICC World T20 less than a year away, both the sides would like to get their combination right as soon as possible. This tour and the upcoming tours are pretty are going to be pretty vital for them. While Australia appear to be pretty certain with their squad, Pakistan have a few choices to make.

The intervention reduced the match to just 15 overs a side and Pakistan could score only a few runs leaving an adjusted target of 119 for the Australians. Before the rain intervened for the first time in previous fixture, Pakistan looked well set at 88 for 3 in 12.4 overs. After an embarrasing series against Sri Lanka, Pakistan will be relieved to not to start their Australian campaign with a loss.

It was indeed a narrow escape for the Men in Green. Had Australia batted 11 more deliveries, they would have gone up 1-0 in the series. The rain kept interrupting Australia vs Pakistan 1st T20I match at Sydney as Pakistan who batted first was able to bat only 15 overs where they made 107/5. As per DLS method, Australia was required to make 119 from 15 overs, however, they were able to bat only 3.1 overs where they scored 41/0.

Pakistan tour of Australia may have began a couple of days ago, but the score line still remains at 0-0. While Australia certainly got the moral victory, Pakistan would be glad that they aren't 1-0 down in the series yet. Howevever, with weather expected to hold up a lot better in the upcoming fixture, which is to be played at Manuka Oval, Canberra on 5th November. With just two matches remaining in the series, both the sides will be looking to go one-nil up at Canberra to get an unassailable lead. While it was a rather one-sided affair in the first match, we expect a lot closer contest on Tuesday. Australia were hard done by in the first match as the match was declared abandoned 11 balls before the minimum number of overs could be bowled.

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Australia were at 41/0 in 3.1 overs and needed be at 33 without a loss in five over and despite being eight runs ahead, they had to settle for a draw. Although its David Warner, who has been in superb form for them, Aaron Finch stole the limelight in the first match. Chasing 119 in 15 overs, Aaron Finch got them off to a superb start before rain intervened.

It will be interesting how they take that loss against India and if they can iron out the flaws which were on display at London a couple of days ago, Australia would be a team to beat. All in all, Australia haven't really done much wrong. They've been found in tricky situations in two matches and while they managed to get out of the pit against West Indies, they were buried further in by India.

However, nothing deters them when it comes to using foul language directed towards their opponents. Many of their players have been accused of the same over the years. Australian leg-spinner, Adam Zampa was reprimanded for breaching one of the Codes of Conduct in their match against West Indies during the current edition of the World Cup. However, in this case, Adam Zampa did admit to the offense, and thus, no formal hearing was needed. Apart from a formal warning, one demerit point has also been added in Adam Zampas record. Aussies have a long-standing record sledging.

Finch was named man of the series, after hitting two 50s and two centuries on his way to more than 450 runs in the five games. Australia were in dominant form when these two teams last met, as Aaron Finchs excellent batting led them to a 5-0 series win in the UAE as both teams geared up for this tournament.


We are just a couple of weeks into the World Cup and the rain already has had a big impact on a few of the matches. Almost one-third of the tournament is already done and dusted and we are still to get to a concrete result, going by how the tournament so far. Next in line is Australia taking on Pakistan, who both have had a similar kind of tournament thus far. The two teams are set to clash on 12th June at Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton. The weather forecast for the next few days isn't too bright either and we are likely to see almost every game being impacted by it. The World Cup so far has seen many steps and troughs with teams either scoring in excess of 300 or getting out rather cheaply. Australia are a little better placed on the points table as compared to Pakistan with one more win in as many matches played.

Against India, they were outplayed in all departments of the game and suffered a rather one-sided loss. Coming into the match against West Indies on the back of a clinical win over Afghanistan, the Kangaroos lacked the same kind of aggression and control against West Indies. While Australia are sitting pretty in the top half of the table, their performances in the last two games have been far from satisfactory.

Disregarding Pakistan's wash-out, both the sides have had a similar campaign so far and it's hard to pick between them. Having said that, the Australians have shown a fewer number of vulnerabilities as compared to the Pakistanis which places them marginally ahead. Considering that and all aforementioned reasons, the Aussies are firm favorites to win the upcoming contest and strengthen their position in the points table. Also, they have been in super form and won ten of their last eleven matches.