Pak vs Worcestershire today match prediction, Ball by Ball score, today match news who will win this match. This match will start on 29th of July, 2016 and will end on 30th July, 2016. This is a tour match between Pakistan and Worcestershire. If you want to see it then you can watch it on Local channels.
Pakistan vs Worcestershire will face each other on Thursday 28 July, 2016 as this would be the first day of this test match. This would be the 1st test match of this series. The venue for the match is Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo.
Pak vs Worcestershire Today Match Prediction Preview
Pak vs Worcestershire match would be played on 29 and 30 July, 2016 at County Ground, New Road. It will start at 11:00 am local and 10:00 GMT. As you know Pakistan is on the tour of England and has played 4 matches before this. Pakistan has played its first match against Somerset and this match was drawn. The 2nd match of Pak team was against Sussex which was played at Home, this match also ended with no result. Then Pakistan played its next match against England team and won this test match by 75 runs. In this match Yasir Shah bowled outstanding and took 10 wickets in both innings and stood man of the match. England played 4th match against Pakistan which England won by 330 runs as Pakistan’s bowling and batting failed in this match and could not perform well. Now Pakistan is going to play 5th match of England tour against Worcestershire.
Pak vs Worcestershire Today Match Prediction Tips
Pakistan will win the toss choose to field and will win the match. Pakistan has lost its recent match and they will try to win this match to release their pressure. They have good batting line up and bowlers. Yasir Shah and Mohammad Amir are very dangerous bowlers who can turn the match any time. So Pakistan has chances to win this match.Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
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