Windies tour of Pakistan, 2018
Pakistan vs Windies, 2nd T20I
After a humiliating defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the first T20I, the Windies would be looking to put up an improved performance in the second T20I at the same venue, Karachi.
Venue: National Stadium, Karachi
When: Sunday, April 02, 2018
Timing: 08:30 PM IST
Fakar Zaman (PAK): The left-hander had a great outing in the first game as he scored a brisk 39 off 24 balls, and the odds in favor of him performing is 10/3, meaning a return of 433.3 over a stake of Rs 100.
Shoaib Malik (PAK): The cornerstone of Pakistan’s middle-order Shoaib Malik was among the runs once again the Windies and odds of performing again are 5/1 meaning a stake of Rs 600 over an investment of Rs 100.
Marlon Samuels (WI): Samuels chipped in with some valiant knocks in the recently concluded World Cup Qualifiers and his plethora of experience of playing in the sub-continent might come in handy during the series and the odds stacked in favor of him is 3/1 meaning a return of Rs 400 over a stake of Rs 100.
Hussain Talat (PAK): The debutant performed valiantly in his first outing top-scoring with 41 and his odds of emulating the same are 9/2, meaning a return of Rs 450 over a stake of 100.
Shadab Khan (PAK): The odd of the vile spinner, who has been brilliant throughout the PSL and also in the first T20I where he picked up a wicket for 13 runs and the odds in favor of him performing again is 10/3, meaning a return of Rs 433.33 over a stake of Rs 100.
Mohammed Amir (PAK): The fast bowler lit up the Karachi crowd with an outstanding spell (2-3 in 2 overs) of fast-bowling and his chances of emulating the same are 10/3, meaning a return of Rs 433.33 over a stake of Rs 100.
Samuel Badree (WI): The Windies spinner will need to step-up in this game after an indifferent first game and the odds in his favor are 3/1, meaning a return of Rs 400 over a bid of 100.
So, who will clinch the first T20I, Pakistan vs Windies?
As per Bet365, The odds in favor of Windies winning the game is 7/2 meaning a return of Rs 450 over a stake of Rs 100 while that of Pakistan is 10/11, meaning a return of 190 over a bid of 100.