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Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Pakistan vs New Zealand Live Streaming Today | ICC WC 2019 Live Match

June 26, 2019 0
BIRMINGHAM: Today Pakistan face New Zealand in the 33rd clash of the ICC World Cup at Edgbaston in Birmingham.  
With just 5 points and 2 wins in 6 matches, Pakistan Team will be aiming for their 3rd victory in order to keep their hopes alive for the semi-final spot in the World Cup 2019
New Zealand who have been unbeaten in the tournament sit at the top of the table with eleven points, while Pakistan after knocking out South Africa out of the World Cup sit at number 7. 
In World Cups, Pakistan has won 4 of their six meetings with New Zealand



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World Cup 2019: Pakistan vs New Zealand match preview

June 26, 2019 0

BIRMINGHAM: Today Pakistan face New Zealand in the 33rd clash of the ICC World Cup at Edgbaston in Birmingham.  
With just 5 points and 2 wins in 6 matches, Pakistan Team will be aiming for their 3rd victory in order to keep their hopes alive for the semi-final spot in the World Cup 2019
New Zealand who have been unbeaten in the tournament sit at the top of the table with eleven points, while Pakistan after knocking out South Africa out of the World Cup sit at number 7. 
In World Cups, Pakistan has won 4 of their six meetings with New Zealand. 


Weather Conditions in Birmingham
According to the weather forecast for the day, there will be a light cloud cover and mild breeze with fewer chances of rain. 
PAK-NZ ODI stats
Head to head matches: 106
PAK won: 54
NZ won: 48
Tied: 1 
No result: 3
Highest total: 369/5 by New Zealand in 2015
Lowest total: 64/10 by New Zealand in 1986
Most runs: 1283 runs in 42 innings by Inzamam-ul-Haq (PAK)
Most wickets: 79 wickets in 37 innings by Waqar Younis (PAK)
Squads:
Pakistan: 
1.     Sarfaraz Ahmed (captain),
2.     Fakhar Zaman,
3.     Imam ul Haq,
4.     Babar Azam,
5.     Haris Sohail,
6.     Hasan Ali,
7.     Shahdab Khan,
8.     Mohammed Hafeez,
9.     Mohammed Hasnain,
10. Shaheen Shah Afridi,
11. Wahab Riaz,
12. Mohammed Aamir,
13. Shoaib Malik,
14. Imad Wasim,
15. Asif Ali
New Zealand: 
1.     Kane Williamson (captain),
2.     Martin Guptill,
3.     Matt Henry,
4.     Tom Latham,
5.     Colin Munro,
6.     Jimmy Neesham,
7.     Henry Nicholls,
8.      Mitchell Santner,
9.     Ish Sodhi,
10. Trent Boult,
11. Colin de Grandhomme,
12. Lockie Ferguson,
13. Tim Southee,
14. Ross Taylor,
15. Tom Blundell


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Tuesday, 25 June 2019

England vs Australia Live Streaming | Live Scorecard ,Commentary | ICC WP 2019

June 25, 2019 0
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World Cup 2019: England vs Australia match preview

June 25, 2019 0

          



LONDON: Defending champions Australia take on ICC World Cup hosts and favourite England at Lord's in London today. 
Australia currently sit on the 2nd spot on the points table with 10 points, while England who have suffered 2 defeats occupy the 4th spot with 8 points. 
For the hosts, the World Cup has been nothing less of a roller-coaster ride. 
A Fourteen run loss at the hands of Pakistan was followed by 3 impressive wins against Bangladesh, Afghanistan and West Indies. However, the Twentity run loss to Sri Lanka in their last game and the loss of two precious points, has left England battling for a place in the final four. 
ngland vs Australia ODI stats
Head to head matches: 147
ENG won: 61
AUS won: 81
Tied: 2
No result: 3
Highest total: 481/6 by England in 2018
Lowest total: 70 by Australia in 1977
Most runs: 1815 runs in 50 innings by EJG Morgan (ENG)
Most wickets: 65 wickets in 37 innings by (AUS)
Squads
England: 
1.     Eoin Morgan (c),
2.     Moeen Ali,
3.     Jofra Archer,
4.     Jonny Bairstow,
5.     Jos Buttler,
6.     Tom Curran,
7.     Liam Dawson,
8.      Liam Plunkett,
9.      Adil Rashid,
10. Joe Root,
11.  Jason Roy,
12. Ben Stokes,
13.  James Vince,
14. Chris Woakes,
15. Mark Wood
Australia: 
1.     Aaron Finch (c),
2.     David Warner,
3.     Usman Khawaja,
4.     Steve Smith,
5.     Shaun Marsh,
6.     Alex Carey,
7.     Marcus Stoinis,
8.     Glenn Maxwell,
9.     Mitchell Starc,
10. Kane Richardson,
11. Pat Cummins,
12. Jason Behrendorff,
13. Nathan Coulter-Nile,
14. Adam Zampa,
15. Nathan Lyon


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Sunday, 23 June 2019

Ten Sports Live - Pakistan vs South Africa Live Streaming | WC 2019

June 23, 2019 0
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Saturday, 22 June 2019

Match Preview - Pakistan v South Africa | ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

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LONDON: Struggling Pakistan and South Africa will battle it out for a chance to stay alive in the ICC World Cup 2019 and a place in the semi-final at Lord's today.  
Both Pakistan and South Africa have won just one match in the World Cup and stand on 9th and 8th position respectively on the points table.
The Pakistani Team lone win in the tournament came against hosts England while their game against Sri Lanka was washed out. Their 29-run drubbing at the hands of India left the team with 3 points from 5 matches and needing them to win all four of their remaining matches. 
Weather Conditions in London

There will be intervals of clouds and bright spells with humidity and dryness throughout the day. 
PAK-SA ODI stats
Head to head matches: 78
PAK won: 27
SA won: 50
Tied: 0
No result: 1
Highest total: 392/6 by South Africa in 2007
Lowest total: 89/10 by Pakistan in 2006
Most runs: 1423 runs in 31 innings by AB de Villiers (SA)
Most wickets: fifty eight wickets in 32 innings by Waqar Younis (Pakistan)
Squads
Pakistan: 
1.     Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk)
2.     Asif Ali,
3.      Hasan Ali,
4.     Shaheen Afridi,
5.     Mohammad Amir,
6.     Babar Azam,
7.     Mohammad Hafeez,
8.     Mohammad Hasnain,
9.     Imam-ul-Haq,
10. Shadab Khan,
11. Shoaib Malik,
12. Wahab Riaz,
13. Haris Sohail,
14. Imad Wasim,
15. Fakhar Zaman
South Africa:  
1.     Faf du Plessis (c),
2.     Aiden Markram,
3.     Quinton de Kock (wk),
4.     Hashim Amla,
5.     Rassie van der Dussen,
6.     David Miller,
7.     Chris Morris,
8.     Andile Phehlukwayo,
9.     JP Duminy,
10. Dwaine Pretorius,
11. Beuran Hendricks,
12. Kagiso Rabada,
13. Lungi Ngidi,
14. Imran Tahir,
15. Tabraiz Shamsi



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World Cup 2019: Afghanistan vs India preview

June 22, 2019 0

         

SOUTHAMPTON: Undefeated Indian teams will aim to cement their winning streak when they play against AFG  today at the Hampshire Bowl. 
The 28 match of ICC World Cup 2019 is scheduled to begin at 2:30 pm (PST). 
The AFG-IND encounter is a challenge between 2 teams at the far edges of the points table. India has been unbeaten in the ICC World Cup 2019 so far, while Afghanistan has lost all of its matches. 
Everything is by all accounts going India's way in the World Cup 2019 so far. They have won the majority of their matches convincingly and are nearly guaranteed of a spot in the semi-finals, with the greater part of their World Cup 2019 campaign almost over.
Weather conditions in Southampton
The weather is finally improving, with barely any chances of drizzle and a lot of daylight guaranteeing an amazing day for cricket. 
AFG-IND ODI stats
Head to head matches: 2
AFG won: 0
IND won: 1
Tied: 1
Most runs: 146 runs in 2 innings by Mohammad Shahzad (AFG)
Most wickets: 7 wickets in 2 innings by RA Jadeja (IND)
Squads
AFGHANISTAN: 
1.     Gulbadin Naib (c),
2.     Hazratullah Zazai,
3.     Rahmat Shah,
4.     Hashmatullah Shahidi,
5.     Asghar Afghan,
6.     Mohammad Nabi,
7.     Najibullah Zadran,
8.     Rashid Khan,
9.     Dawlat Zadran,
10. Mujeeb Ur Rahman,
11. Noor Ali Zadran,
12. Samiullah Shenwari,
13. Aftab Alam,
14. Hamid Hassan
INDIA: 
1.     Virat Kohli (c),
2.     Jasprit Bumrah,
3.     Yuzvendra Chahal,
4.     Shikhar Dhawan,
5.     MS Dhoni (wk),
6.     Ravindra Jadeja,
7.     Kedar Jadhav,
8.     Dinesh Karthik,
9.     Bhuvneshwar Kumar,
10. Hardik Pandya,
11. KL Rahul,
12. Mohammed Shami,
13. Vijay Shankar,
14. Rohit Sharma,
15. Kuldeep Yadav,
16. Rishab Pant


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