Our Pakistan vs Netherlands betting tips are in ahead of what is a crucial match for the team in green! Anything other than a convincing win for Pakistan could see them eliminated from the tournament!
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The action gets underway from 11.30 am on Sunday, 30th October, at the Optus Stadium in Perth.
Despite two soul-crushing defeats on the bounce, Pakistan are the favourites for this. Our Pakistan vs Netherlands betting tips revolve around a triumph for the team in green.
They should have beaten India, and they should have beaten Zimbabwe, but on the third time of asking, we're backing them to beat the Netherlands to stop the rot and keep their World Cup hopes alive!
We wouldn't recommend betting on them to win, however! They are too short at odds of 1.09, while you can back the Netherlands to cause a surprise victory at 7.0.
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Over the last few years, there has been no better batter than Mohammad Rizwan - his form has been rightly recognised in the ICC ranking, where he continues to dwell at the top of the rankings.
He hasn't been at his best in the World Cup so far, but we're backing him to show his class against an ailing Netherlands attack. You can back him at odds of 2.9.
The team in green are at a low point under Babar Azam, but this is too good a team to end their World Cup campaign in ignominy.
The team has been in the cross hairs of extreme criticism from some sectors of the Pakistani media following the defeat to Zimbabwe and they come into this clash with a point to prove.
Skipper Babar Azam acknowledged his team had not been anywhere close to good enough against Zimbabwe, telling reporters in the aftermath of the shock defeat: ""We were not up to the mark in all three departments. It's very hard as a team and as a captain."
He will hope his strong words inspire a response from his charges.
Anything but victory will not suffice for Pakistan - can they deliver for their long-suffering fans?
There are no new injuries to concern team management ahead of the clash.
The pace bowler has been tearing it up for Pakistan in this tournament - he will be wondering how his team has not got off the mark!
Against Zimbabwe, he bagged 1/12 from four overs, and across the duration of the tournament, he has taken three wickets at an economy rate of 6.0!
He will have a key input in this affair!
Babar Azam (capt), Mohammad Rizwan, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Haider Ali, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Hairs Rauf, and Naseem Shah.
Short and sweet for the Netherlands - failure to win here, and they're on their way home! It's difficult to see how they can find the form to beat a team of Pakistan's quality.
Skipper Scott Edwards was pragmatic in defeat against India last time, acknowledging the superiority of his team's opponents while praising his side for staying competitive.
He told reporters in the post-match conference:
"It's definitely the noisiest crowd I've played in front of. It was an awesome experience. It was always going to be tricky chasing 180. I thought we bowled reasonably well, but if you don't get wickets, with the batting order they've got, it would've been tough to restrict. Looking forward now to our game against Pakistan."
A potentially career-defining 71 runs against Sri Lanka earlier in this tournament may have been in vain, but O'Dowd showed the world what he's capable of!
His innings last time out has taken O'Dowd to 1,500 T20I runs in this format! He scores at a fair lick, with a strike rate of 123.96, and he will prove a threat to Pakistan's quicks!
We like the look of him to top score for the Netherlands at odds of 4.2!
Max O'Dowd, Vikram Singh, Bas de Leede, Tom Cooper, Colin Ackermann, Scott Edwards(c)(wk), Roelof van der Merwe. Tim Pringle, Logan van Beek, Fredrick Klaassen, and Paul van Meekeren
There has only ever been one game between these two teams - the Pakistan vs Netherlands head to head record stands at 1-0 to the former.
The bad weather continues in Perth, but light rain should mean we get a full day's play! Here's hoping the relentless precipitation gives it a rest ahead of the crunch clash for both teams!
Pakistan will have too much for the Netherlands here - we're backing a win for the team in green!