This an older prediction we have posted and might not be relevant to you anymore. If you are looking for upcoming cricket betting predictions, we recommend you check out our cricket betting tips page to find the latest betting tips.
Our "Prediction Wizard" will calculate, based on the current available betting odds, the implicit winning percentages for the possible outcomes in a match. This will be updated as soon as we fetch the odds from the betting sites and keep updating until the match is finished.
|Amy Ellen Jones||7||8||0||0||87.50|
Pakistan men's tour of Australia proved to be rather uneventful as their team comprehensively lost the two-test series. Now, their women team is set to host England in Kuala Lumpur, where they'll play three One Day Internationals and the first of which will be played on 9th December. While there is a lot of gap between the two sides at the ICC Women's Championship point table, the series could turn out to be a lot closer. Pakistan have punched well above their weight in their recent matches and their upcoming series should have plenty of surprises in store for the fans.
Just over a month ago, Pakistan Women failed to defeat Bangladesh Women in a two-match ODI series. Prior to that, they were annhilated by the South African Women in the five-match T20I series. However, they aer still in a pretty good position at the ladder with seven wins from 15 matches. They have a total of 15 points to their name and a 3-0 win in this series would push them above India.
Going into the upcoming series, Pakistan will be without their most experienced player. Sana Mir has decided to take an indefinite break from international cricket and will not feature in this upcoming series. Apart from her exclusion, the rest of Pakistan's lineup is likely to stay same as it was in their series against Bangladesh. Pakistan were found struggling in the fifty-over format against Bangladesh and will be looking to fare a lot better against England, who are not too acquanited with the conditions at Kuala Lumpur.
Javeria Khan, Nahida Khan, Omaima Sohail, Sidra Ameen, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Sidra Nawaz, Ramin Shamim, Diana Baig, Nashra Sandhu.
Just like England men's team experienced a transition period a couple of years ago, their women's team is going through a few changes. Lisa Keightley is appointed as England's head coach with the upcoming T20 World Cup in focus.
Its been over four months since English women last played an international game. In their last tour, which was against Australia, they were ruthlessly defeated by the visitors and will be looking to perform a lot better this time around.
At the ICC Women's Championship ladder, England look pretty settled at the second spot with 12 wins to their name, amounting to 24 points. Although, even a whitewash in the upcoming series won't take them ahead of Australia, it will take them within the touching distance and that is what England women will be aiming for in the upcoming series.
Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Amy Ellen Jones, Fran Wilson, Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross.
Going by the standings on the points table, there doesn't seem to be a lot of difference between the two sides. However, England have consistently performed better than Pakistan over the years and that should bolster England's confidence. Also, Pakistan will be without their most experienced player in Sana Mir, leaving their lineup a little too inexperieced. Comparing the two teams on paper and head to head encounters, England are firm favorites to emerge on top in the first match of the series.
Betting and gambling has been a favorite past time of many Indians over the years, and with the massive growth of the internet, now you can also experience online betting in India.
Find out more in our dedicated Indian betting guide!Online Betting in India
Need help to get started with online betting?
Send us your contact details and we will assist you as soon as we can!
Thank you for submitting your information. We will get back in touch with you as soon as we can to help you!
There was an error in trying to send your request. Please try again or send us an email notifying us of the issue you are having.
We will not bother you again - enjoy our website!
Should you have a question later, you can always send us an email.