Who Will Win Australia vs Pakistan, 4th Match ICC Champions Trophy Warm up match, 2017 Today Match Prediction, Which can held on May 29, 2017, Monday at Edgbaston, Birmingham and the match begins at 10.30AM there local time.
Both teams won by there previous warm up matches .
Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by 2 wickets in their ICC Champions Trophy warm-up encounter. Shoaib Malik and Fahim Ashraf were the top-scorers for Pakistan. Earlier, Tamim Iqbal scored 102 to power Bangladesh to 341/9 in 50 overs.
Shoaib Malik made a patient 72 and Fahir Ashraf made a brilliant 64 off 41 balls to information Pakistan to a 2-wicket win over
Bangladesh of their warm-up tie ahead of ICC Champions Trophy. Batting first,
opener Tamim Iqbal scored a superb 102 to energy Bangladesh to 341/9. Iqbal was concerned in a 142-run stand with Imrul Kayes (61) which supplied
Bangladesh the platform to attain a big whole. The entire Bangladeshi middle order fired which helped them put up a big whole on the board.
Who Will Win Australia vs Pakistan, 4th Match ICC Champions Trophy Warm up match, 2017 Today Match Prediction
Australia will win
Australia defeated Sri Lanka by two wickets within the Champions Trophy Warm Up match played at The Oval on Friday. Successful the toss and electing to area, Australia, aided by regular wickets managed to restrict Sri Lanka to 318/7 in 50 overs.
Angelo Matthews scored 95 and Avishka Gunaratne scored 70, as the late partnership between the two helped Sri Lanka cross 300.,
Australia misplaced in-form opener David Warner early, however Aaron Finch scored 137 off simply 109 balls to assist the Aussies., Australia did lose some wickets towards the tip,however Travis Head secured his end up,
and performed some good cricket as Australia chased the goal with two balls to spare.
Australia had fallen to 6-243 with 10 overs remaining however Head, who had scored a century as an opener on Australia Day when Finch had been dropped,
seemingly sealed his shift again to the middle-order with a classy and composed innings of 85no from 73 balls,
The turning level of the chase was the 46th over when Nuwan Pradeep conceded 16 runs,
together with two consecutive no-balls,
to see Australia’s required run rate drop from a tricky 8.80 an over to a manageable 6.32.