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Pakistan vs World XI 3rd T20I Astrological Prediction – 15 Sep

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Match Details

  • Event: Independence Cup 2017
  • Match: 3rd T20I
  • Teams: Pakistan vs World XI
  • Time: 19:00 local | 14:00 GMT
  • Venue: Lahore

Match Prediction:

Pakistan will win.

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After a thrilling last-over finish in the 2nd T20I, we’re all set for the big final of Independence Cup 2017. Pakistan won the first game and World XI came out triumphant in the second and now they’d battle hard to secure the final win to lift the cup. Let’s find out who will win Pakistan vs World XI today match and be the winner.

Pakistan vs World XI 3rd T20I Astrological Prediction

Going into the 3rd and Final T20I, Pakistan are still the favorites despite their last-over defeat in the second game against World XI at Lahore. Both the sides battled hard and in the end it was World XI that came out on top. All they needed was someone to anchor their innings and Hashim Amla did that quite comprehensively as he remained unbeaten for 72 from 55 balls. However, Pakistanis shouldn’t still lose hope as Pakistan vs World XI 3rd T20I prediction suggests it will be Pakistan to rise from the ashes again and win the series.

Going into the Final game of the Independence Cup 2017, Pakistan would rely on their top 4 to help them get to a big total. They have already performed exceptionally well in the series and will be expected to come up with yet another scintillating performance. Fakhar Zaman, however, is lagging behind with just 8 and 21 respectively in the two innings and will be expected to give his best in the final game. Babar Azam and Ahmed Shehzad both have been involved in big partnerships in both the games and another one is due on them as they seem to be the most in-form pair in the Pakistan batting line. Shehzad was more fluent for his 40-odd in the last game and Babar faltered for 45 unfortunately. Malik’s 38 and 39 runs knocks have really been great in the middle but he’d be expected to carry on for a bit longer this time around.

Pakistan bowling wasn’t on top the other day and only Imad, Sohail and Nawaz could pick up a wicket each. All the rest of the crew went for plenty and will really have to plug the holes if they have to win it for Pakistan in the 3rd and final game. However, the welcoming aspect was that they were still able to drag the match to the final over and if they manage to pick up a few wickets in between then they would have been right on top.

World XI batsmen did one thing right in the last game, which actually lacked in the first one, and that was they were able to build partnerships and someone was there to anchor the innings for a big chase. Yes, Hashim Amla played a wonderful knock of 72* and joined hands with Thisara Perera towards the end of the innings to get some quick runs and see their side over the line. Perera was unbeaten on 47 from just 19 balls and really gave that final thump to help World XI win the game. In fact, he was the winning runs scorer as well. Nevertheless, World XI would still want something special from the middle order batsmen as none of Paine, du Plessis and Miller have been able to do anything special in the series so far. So, a big knock is due on them too. We might also see George Bailey coming in for the final T20I as he’s the only player to have not played for World XI so far.

Their bowlers did a fantastic job to restrict Pakistan from getting too big a target the other day and will be expected to play a similar role yet again. Badree and Perera picked up 2 wickets each and will be the key players for World XI in the final game with the ball. Cutting and Tahir followed with 1 wicket each as well.

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