In this three-match ODI series, Pakistan and New Zealand have only played one match against one another. Pakistan won that game, and the series is now 1-0 in Pakistan’s favor. Pakistan won the first one-day international by six wickets over New Zealand. Pakistan chose to field first after winning the toss during that match.
Tom Latham and Michael Bracewell scored 42 and 43 runs, respectively, for New Zealand, who scored 255 runs when they took the field. Pakistan’s Naseem Shah took five wickets. Pakistan successfully pursued the target in the 49th over, when Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam scored 66 and 77 runs, respectively, for the team. For New Zealand, Michael Bracewell picked up two wickets.
Captain – Naseem Shah, Babar Azam.
Vice-Captain – Mohammad Rizwan, Babar Azam.
The small leagues’ top choice for captain will be Babar Azam. Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips are two of the punts here. For this game, the best fantasy/Dream11 strategy is 2-3-3-3.
It is anticipated that the batters will be aided once more by the pitch at the National Stadium, which has a surface that is conducive to batting. In the second half of the match, pacers may receive some assistance, while spinners will be crucial in the middle overs.
On the day of the match, the temperature is expected to be around 21°C, with a humidity of 58% and a wind speed of 11 km/hr. During the game, there are no chances of precipitation.
The first one-day international between Pakistan and New Zealand will be streamed live on the Sony Sports Network and the SonyLiv app.