England vs Pakistan 1st ODI match prediction

England vs Pakistan 1st ODI Betting Tips, H2H & Match Prediction

Right now Pakistan is on its England tour. After the PSL it is now time for Pakistan to face the English team on their land. The first ODI match will take place at Cardiff on 8th July at 5:00 PM IST. The first match will be followed by another 2 One Days completing 3 One Day’s series. Then will be followed by 3 T20 matches. These matches will be a reasonable practice before the team joins the T20 world cup tournament.

England vs Pakistan

England vs Pakistan head to head

Pakistan had their practice in the Pakistan Super League and so did England. Both the teams are ready to fight the battle they will see on the face. It is evident that England is not ready to lose but winning over Pakistan is not that easy.

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Will England conquer the Pakistani team as well?

We already saw the energy England had when they welcomed Sri Lanka as well as said goodbye in the last matches. The performance showed how full of energy they are. But Pakistan is better than Sri Lanka considering the PSL as practice.

Playing 11 of England

Zak Crawley, James Vince, Dawid Malan, Daniel Lawrence, Ben Stokes (c ), Lewis Gregory, John Simpson, Craig Overton, Jake Ball, Mathew Parkinson, Danny, Briggs.

Will Pakistan be able to win on English land?

The question is not if Pakistan can win over England. But the major question is can Pakistan win in the environment that England offers. So it would be interesting to watch how this tournament will go for both teams.

Playing 11 of Pakistan

Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam (c ), Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Harish Sohail, Mohammad Nawab, Raheem Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Harish Rauf.

England vs Pakistan match prediction and Betting Tips

It will be interesting to watch both the teams conquer each other. Depending on England’s last tournament it is evident that they can take down Pakistan. Therefore supporting England would be good.