Today Pakistan is going to play against India’s next target-New Zealand. After knocking India right in the first match Pakistan has been lauded by many of the former as well as current players and captains on Sunday 24th October.
The losing streak has been broken by Pakistan and many gained the expectations for Pakistan’s triumph over T20 World Cup 2021 cup. And the fact is no one is going to win all the matches against any team.
Sources suggest that if Pakistan beats NZ in today’s match it becomes easy for India to make the next game in favor of them but if it goes all the way around then it will indeed become an arduous task to defeat NZ on 31st October.
Considering the performance of men in green from the last few matches, Kiwis have performed exceptionally well in the ICC tournaments than the training one. Kiwis are not to be taken lightly at all while Pakistan might even play the game well out of some sort of performance maintaining situation.
Pakistan might also play to take their past revenge from Kiwis. As NZ in September pulled out of Pakistan’s tournament because of security issues. Also keeping such things in mind might bring the best out of Pakistan like in its previous clash with India the world wide losing history somewhere helped Pakistan to win the match.
India despite being beaten by Pakistan gained an appreciation for its under-pressure performance and was told to bounce back being even stronger. Pakistan on the other hand had nearly zero chances to win but outplaying India they made an easy path for themselves to takeover Indians. Revenge makes people strong and injects exceptional energy into their minds and soul.
Pakistan will hope to be in their best form and show their best against New Zealand’s surfeit players. Kane Williamson despite being not in his very form lately has to be the burden of the beast against Pakistan’s bowlers and batsmen due to the lack of strong medium-order players.
Babar Azam’s side being dominant over the field from the beginning of the mega event needs to be in the form too, as playing good the first day and equally disappointing the other doesn’t count under consistency.