New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd Test odds 03.01.21
How Awesome test cricket is, no matter you compared it with the ICC world cup or the T20 mania. Test Cricket is always the best format of cricket, it’s not ours but all the players’ opinion. New Zealand has made a super effort in the last game and they are the new ICC no.1 Test Champions.
This is the 1st time NZ has been placed at no.1 place. Kane Williamson is delighted as not only his team but also he is the ICC no.1 test batsman too currently. Let’s go find the expert analysis for the 2nd test match between NZvsPAK from the 10Cric odds, which is one of the favourite Cricket betting sites in India.
NZvsPAK 2nd Test odds
NZvsPAK 2nd Test match happens on 3-7 January 2021 in Christchurch. New Zealand is one of the best test teams in the last couple of years, Kane Williamson and Tim Southee has been the legends of the game who are responsible for the team performance. Pakistan is still in doubt about the inclusion of Babar Azam in the 2nd test, the team will be lead by Mohammed Rizwan once again. The below we have the odds from the 10Cric for the NZvsPAK odds.
10Cric odds: NZvsPAK
- NZ: 1.80
- PAK: 2.10
- Draw: 2.50
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Squad Prediction NZvsPAK
NZ Team Prediction: Kane Williamson (C), Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, Will Young, Mitchell Santner, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell, Tom Latham, BJ Watling, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, Matt Henry and Trent Boult.
Pakistan: Mohd Rizwan, Abid Ali, Azhar Ali, Fawad Alam, Imran Butt, Haris Sohail, Shan Masood, Faheem Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Mohd Abbas, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi, Sohail Khan and Yasir Shah.
Head to Head Stats NZvsPAK Tests
- Overall: 58
- NZ: 25
- PAK: 12
- Drawn: 21
Our Prediction: NZ wins 2nd Match
New Zealand looks good going into the 2nd match and the kiwi’s team will be very much looking forward to coming up much more impactful performance. New Zealand badly needed their spinner, Mitchell Santner, to step up and deliver some good performance, which he did finally and got NZ victory before 4 overs to end the match in a draw. It was a comprehensive win for NZ with their strength has been once again visible in home conditions. All should appreciate the dedication of the Kiwis pacer Neil Wagner who bowled with an injured leg.