Pakistan Vs Australia are always great opponents that’s why we are providing you this 17th CWC Match Prediction Live. One of the most exciting encounters between two of the most strong teams of the World Cup 2019.
Pakistan Vs Australia 17th CWC Match Prediction
Both of these teams are a contender for the Semi-Final list. Weather is playing a very important role in this years CWC. We have seen last few matches have badly affected by the weather.
The predictions about this match was also not a good one couple of days back. With a prediction of 80% chances of rain, it was hoped that the match will not be completed and 1 point each will be given to the teams.
Thanks to Almighty the conditions have changed a bit and we are hoping a very good match. It seems that there will be no rain in the morning. In fact, we are hoping a full match now under some serious clouds.
Pakistan is a very confident team after winning a match against the hot favorite team of England. They have scored 348 runs in the all-important encounter shattering England’s bowling attack.
Their confidence will be sky high. The batsmen like Fakhar Zaman, Imam ul Haq, and Baber Azam are the backbone of Pakistan Cricket Teams Batting lineup.
In the bowling department, Mohammad Amir gets some form against England and West Indies. This is a very good sign for the young fast bowler. Wahab Riaz is also getting important wickets at the crucial stage of the matches.
Australia has lost its recent game against India. They have not the best bowling line up in the recent past. This bowling can be of real concern for them in this match.
David Warner has played very slow innings against India. He does not seem to be in a good nick. Although Smith has played some very good knocks. Australia will rely heavily on Smith and Finch.
17th CWC Match Prediction
|Sarfaraz Ahmed (c) †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Asif Ali||Middle-order batsman|
|Fakhar Zaman||Opening batsman|
|Haris Sohail||Middle-order batsman|
|Shoaib Malik||Middle-order batsman|
|Aaron Finch (c)||Top-order batsman|
|Alex Carey †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Usman Khawaja||Top-order batsman|
|Shaun Marsh||Top-order batsman|
|Glenn Maxwell||Batting allrounder|
|Steven Smith||Middle-order batsman|
|Marcus Stoinis||Middle-order batsman|
|David Warner||Opening batsman|