T20 Betting – England vs Pakistan on 16th July 2021 is the 1st T20 in the three match three match series, here we bring you the latest match betting info, along with our ENG vs PAK betting tips and match prediction.
England vs Pakistan Betting Odds
- 10Cric >>> ENG @ 1.50 – PAK @ 2.46
- Casumo >>> ENG @ 1.50 – PAK @ 2.60
- Betfair >>> ENG @ 1.53 – PAK @ 2.50
England vs Pakistan Match Summary
- England (ENG) vs Pakistan (PAK)
- Match 1 of 3 match T20 series
- ENG vs PAK Venue – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
- Date – 16th July 2021
- Time – 6.30pm UK
- ENG vs PAK Toss –To Follow
- Format – T20 International, Night Match
- ENG vs PAK Result – To Follow
- ENG vs PAK Player of the Match –
The 2021 Pakistan tour of England sees the visitors playing six white ball matches in total. There will be three ODIs to start with, followed by three T20s.
As ever, we will be providing free cricket betting tips on all six of the matches.
- 18th July – 2nd T20 England vs Pakistan Betting Tips
- 20th July – 3rd T20 England vs Pakistan Betting Tips
ENG vs PAK Betting Tips & Match Prediction 16th July 2021
England thumped Pakistan 3-0 in the ODI series with a makeshift side.
They’ve since welcomed back into the fold the likes of Jason Roy, Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid and skipper Eoin Morgan. How’s your luck if you’re Pakistan!!
But Pakistan are one of those sides. Yes, I and plenty others do keep saying it, probably only to cover myself in case they pull off a shock win, but they can beat anybody – even England – on their day.
But for Pakistan to have any chance they need one or two things to happen.
They need either England’s batting to collapse in a heap – which occasionally it does. Or they need Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan to pull off something special.
The pair did manage something special in the 3rd ODI, but even that wasn’t enough. But to have any chance, you have to imagine one or both of them need to do something exceptional.
The gap in class between the two sides does gets smaller as the format gets shorter.
But even given this, and the fact that England are set to rotate, I can still only go with another win for Eoin Morgan’s side.