PTV Sports Live: PAK vs NZ 3rd ODI Streaming Online 2023
On Wednesday afternoon, Pakistan plays New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi in the third of five ODIs. Pakistan can win the series if they win this game. They already won the first game by 5 wickets and the second game by 7 wickets. Read on to find out more about this ODI. This day-night match gets started at 15:30 in Karachi.
PTV Sports Live PAK vs NZ 3rd ODI Streaming Online 2023
The third ODI match between New Zealand and Pakistan will commence at 3:30 PM PST at National Stadium Karachi on 3rd April 2023. The match will be broadcast on PTV Sports and Ten Sports while the live streaming will be available on Tapmad TV, Tamasha App, and Daraz App.
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Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Match Preview
Pakistan played well in the first game of the series, but they took it to the next level when they won on Saturday. They will be sure that this match will give them a lead in the series that can’t be taken away.
New Zealand is always a fighting team, and they won’t want to give up this game without putting up a fight. We think they will be tough, but this ODI will be hard for them.
Fakhar Zaman is in great shape. So far in this series, he has scored 117 and 180 not out. We think the starter will score the most runs for Pakistan in this ODI. Haris Rauf got 4 wickets and 78 runs with the ball on Saturday. The fast bowler is a good bet to take the most wickets for Pakistan in this game.
Daryl Mitchell has scored two hundreds in the first two games of the series, so he is a good bet to score the most runs for New Zealand against Pakistan. Matt Henry has taken 120 wickets in ODIs, so he is a good bet to be New Zealand’s best wicket-taker in this match.
Many of New Zealand’s batters have had trouble with Haris Rauf on this tour, so we suggest betting on him to take more than 1.5 wickets in this ODI.
PAK vs. NZ Toss Prediction
Teams that bat second in ODIs at this venue have a better record, and since the humidity will rise in the second half of the game, we think both captains will want to play first.
PAK vs. NZ Pitch Report
When batting first in ODIs at this site, the average score is 241, but the pitches in Pakistan have gotten much better for batters in recent years. We think that the best score in this game will be over 300.
Weather in Karachi
Temperatures between 32 and 28 degrees are expected to be hot during this game. Clear clouds all day, and the humidity is going up.
Fakhar Zaman, a left-handed opener who is 33 years old, has been doing well against New Zealand’s bowlers in this series. His average in this format is now 49.70.
Babar Azam: The captain keeps scoring runs for his team no matter what the format is or who they are playing. So far in this match, he has made scores of 65 and 49.
Haris Rauf has been a very good right-handed fast bowler in international cricket over the last 18 months. In the seven games he has played against New Zealand in the last few weeks, he has taken 17 wickets.
Daryl Mitchell: Daryl Mitchell has done a great job so far in this series. He has taken over Kane Williamson’s role as the team’s steady number three batter.
In Saturday’s second ODI, Tom Latham scored 98 runs in 85 balls with eight fours and one six. He was the stand-in captain.
Matt Henry: The tall pace bowler has been New Zealand’s most reliable player with the ball during this tour. In the last game, he got the first batter, Imam-ul-Haq, out.
PAK Playing XI
Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam (c), Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Agha Salman, Mohammad Nawaz, Usama Mir, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Ihsanullah
NZ Playing XI
Will Young, Chad Bowes, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (c) (wk), James Neesham. Mark Chapman, Henry Nicholls, Rachin Ravindra, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Matt Henry
PAK vs NZ Head to Head Stats in ODI’s
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