Friday, 31 May 2019

World Cup 2019: West Indies vs Pakistan, Match Preview, Pitch Report, Match Details, Head-to-Head analysis

Pakistan, who suffered a 3-wicket defeat in Afghanistan in the World Cup practice match, will start their World Cup campaign against the West Indies on the Nottingham ground on 31 May. The match will be broadcast on the Star Sports channel. The match will be played on the field of Nottingham from 3 pm .A total of 10 matches have been played between Pakistan and West Indies, where in the 7 matches West Indies have won in the 3 matches Pakistan won. Pakistan have lost in their last 10 consecutive ODIs.





West Indies with Pakistan  won five of their last six gatherings despite the fact that the remainder of them came more than two years back. This is an altogether different West Indian group now with a portion of their outcasts back in the squad and any semblance of Chris Gayle and Andre Russell are equipped for having the effect to motivate them to triumph in what ought to be a high-scoring issue.


Climate 

The Nottingham climate is like  between 18-21 degree celsius with a 70 percent overcast spread and no probability of downpour. 

Pitch Report 

The level pitch at Nottingham will great  for batting and is required to stay same over the span of the game. Thus, one ought to anticipate a high scoring challenge with 340.

Head to Head 
World Cup 2019: West Indies vs Pakistan, Match Preview, Pitch Report, Match Details,  Head-to-Head analysis



West Indies and Pakistan have confronted each other in 133 ODI recreations, with the West Indies holding the preferred position with a scoreline at 70-60. 

In World Cup: In their ten World Cup gatherings, the Windies have protected the distinctions on seven events with Pakistan settling on three. 

In England: The West Indies hold the high ground with only a single misfortune from six matches in conflicts that have occurred in England.
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