Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI Match Prediction Who Will Win Sep 30, 2016, Pakistan vs West Indies Schedule 2016 Timetable Fixtures Venues Pak vs Wi 1st ODI Predictions Tips
West Indies will hope to put its 3-0 drubbing in the Twenty20 Internationals behind it and fight to recoup battered pride when it starts its three-match One-Day International arrangement against Pakistan on Friday (September 30) at the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium in Sharjah.
Both Pakistan, positioned No. 9 in the International Cricket Council ODI rankings and West Indies, positioned No. 8, will hope to secure this arrangement in commanding style to reinforce their case for programmed capability to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
The meeting side was totally outmaneuvered in all divisions in the T20Is and Jason Holder, the ODI skipper, will seek after a superior execution, particularly from his batsmen, on a pitch which is required to help spinners. The whole line-up battled against the Pakistani spinners and couldn’t experience its notoriety for being a free-streaming, hard-hitting batting bunch.
Coming into the ODI arrangement, West Indies will again be without Chris Gayle, who was not accessible for choice. Likewise among the non-attendants are Lendl Simmons and Andre Russell. While Simmons has been precluded on restorative grounds, Russell chose to haul out of the visit because of individual reasons.
Pakistan vs West Indies 1st ODI Match Prediction Who Will Win Sep 30, 2016
West Indies will win
Without many top players, West Indies has rung Kraigg Brathwaite, who has highlighted in 31 Tests and could be in line to play his initially constrained overs diversion for his nation. Alzarri Joseph, the 19-year-old Antiguan pacer who made an amazing Test debut against India, has additionally been incorporated. Likewise in the squad is Evin Lewis, the effective opening batsman who impacted a rankling century against India in the primary T20I in Lauderhill, Florida.
West Indies will vigorously depend on the accomplished quartet of Darren Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Denesh Ramdin and Marlon Samuels to come great against the solid Pakistani knocking down some pins assault. The side has never been OK with turning strike, and that is the thing that caused issues down the road for it in the T20I arrangement.
Pakistan cleared past West Indies in the three-T20I arrangement, lowering the World Champions on moderate, turning conditions, which killed their huge hitting amusement. That they couldn’t turn the strike either uncovered their insufficiencies. Pakistan’s batsmen, in the interim, were right in their customary range of familiarity, gathering keeps running without the weight of playing the quick paced brand of constrained overs cricket that they have not yet changed in accordance with. It aided, obviously, that in two of the three matches they were pursuing low targets.
Will a change of arrangements get a change fortune for West Indies? The fifty-over arrangement has been Pakistan’s weakest suit for some time now, which is the reason they are mulling at No. 9 in the ODI rankings. Before their relief win over England in the fifth ODI in Cardiff, they had lost nine of their past ten finished matches, the lone win coming against Ireland. Notwithstanding, their greatest shortcoming – a deficiency of capability and endeavor with the bat – is liable to be moderated on the moderate contributes that could include the ODIs too. On the off chance that West Indies, who sit at No. 8 in the ODI rankings, don’t figure out how to adjust to conditions and handle Pakistan’s bowlers, the ODI arrangement may wind up feeling like an augmentation of the T20Is.
Given both groups’ humble rankings, the arrangement gets added noteworthiness in the race to secure programmed capability for the 2019 World Cup. At the cut-off date of September 30, 2017, the main eight groups in the rankings increase direct passage to the competition, with those outside the main eight playing a qualifying competition. A 3-0 arrangement win for Pakistan would have them uproot West Indies from the No. 8 rank.