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Pakistan vs West Indies Betting Tips & Winner Prediction

7 Jun 2022
Cricket Betting Prediction

Our main Pakistan vs West Indies betting tips came through on Wednesday - now we aim to repeat the trick! It was an absolute thriller, with Pakistan chasing home an imposing 300+ run target with five wickets to spare. Can we get more of the same drama on Friday? 

We have been sorting through the live cricket satta rates to find the odds with the most value - to get the full lowdown, including team news, recent form, and player bets, check out our full match preview below. The action gets underway from 4.30 pm (IST) on Friday 10th June at the Multan Cricket Stadium.

The Best Odds for Pakistan vs West Indies

It was a spectacular encounter on Wednesday between two international outfits that appear to have the wind beneath their wings - but the hosts got the job done with five wickets in hand and four balls to spare to take a 1-0 lead in the series. 

Our suggestion is another win for Pakistan! The century-scoring Babar Azam is on a different level to anyone else in his home country, and I feel they have enough about them to make it back to back wins. Find our premium cricket betting tips below.

  • Match Winner: PAK

  • Toss Winner: PAK

  • Haris Rauf to be top Pakistan bowler


Can Pakistan Win the 2nd ODI?

The men in green were able to count on a few moments of brilliance from individual players in the win over the West Indies, and in a team as talented as theirs, you can never rule them out. That’s why our Pakistan vs West Indies betting tips suggest a win for the former. 

Without tooting our own horns, we earmarked Babar Azam as our hot bet in the first match - we backed him to top score for Pakistan and put forward a side bet for him to score a century. Here’s hoping you followed us - you would have got returns worth 3.4 and 4.3 times the money respectively. After his 103, he is now the only player in ODI history to score three consecutive centuries on two separate occasions. We are big admirers of the skipper, and wouldn’t be surprised to see him have another big say in this contest.

We also must reserve a special mention for Haris Rauf, too. The Pakistan bowler was influential in limiting the West Indies to a chaseable target - taking 4/77 from 10 overs. He is the subject of our hot bet, we’ll have more on him down below.

The West Indies put up quite the fight - a quite majestic 127 from Shai Hope had his countrymen dreaming of totals ranging in the 350+ area. However, they had to settle for 306 runs after a slew of late wickets and despite an impressive performance from Alzarri Joseph (2/55), they could not contain Azam and co. 

We think Pakistan will make it back-to-back wins! You can back them at 1.37 for Pure Win. 


Haris Rauf To Be Top Bowler For Pakistan

He got some tap throughout his bowling spell, but Rauf can be very pleased with his overall work on Wednesday. The pace bowler claimed four wickets for 77 runs, including the key scalps of Shai Hope and Nicolas Pooran. 

He is still relatively new to the ODI scene, with just 12 games under his belt, but Rauf is going to be a star for Pakistan over the coming years, and we’re backing him to shine brightly once more here.

You can get odds of XX for him to take the most wickets for Pakistan at Pure Win. We pride ourselves of providing the best cricket betting value, and we reckon this is a great price!


Pakistan vs West Indies Head to Head

The win for the hosts on Wednesday further narrows the Pakistan vs West Indies head to head record - the Windies now have a 10 game buffer, with the overall ODI record standing at 71-61 to the Caribbean team. 

Before this series, the previous short-format contest between the two ended in a 3-0 Twenty20 series win for the men in green. They certainly appear to have the sign above the West Indies in recent times. 

High Temperatures in Multan

As predicted, it was an absolute scorcher in Multan on Wednesday, and it’s continued into the rest of the week. 

The heat was so intense that umpire Aleem Dar had to be replaced during the first ODI by fourth umpire Faisal Afridi after he began to vomit. A medical check-up in the aftermath gave him the all-clear. 

The heat has also forced both teams to cancel practice sessions ahead of the game on Friday - the preparation proving less than ideal to both captains.

Runs were flowing fairly easily on Wednesday - we wouldn’t be surprised to see another run-fest in Multan. 

Pakistan's Team to Remain Unchanged

It is likely Pakistan will continue unchanged after their victory on Wednesday. 

The positive news kept emerging from the Pakistan camp on Thursday, as it emerged fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain has been cleared to bowl in international cricket once again after an independent panel found his elbow extension had dropped below the reasonable limit. 

He is unavailable for the rest of the series, but Pakistan fans can look forward to seeing the exciting youngster returning to action soon. 

West Indies Team News

There were plenty of players in the ODI squad keeping an eye on the test squad announcement for the Windies’ tour of Bangladesh on Thursday.

However, there is no new news to report on the fitness of the current squad - both Rovman Powell and Romario Shepherd had solid knocks after returning to action for the first time since missing out on the tour of the Netherlands due to Visa issues.


We can’t see any other result than another win for Pakistan. These extreme conditions, the form of Babar Azam, and the bowling attack prowess means it will be very difficult for the West Indies to level up the series here.