1st T20 International Prediction – Pakistan Vs South Africa 11/2/21 is the first match of the white ball series, here in our match preview we have all the information you need, such as latest odds and spread betting, along with our match prediction.
Pakistan Vs South Africa 1st T20 Betting Odds
- Match Odds – Pakistan @ 4/9 – South Africa @ 7/4
- Opening Partnership –Pakistan @ 5/6 – SA @ Evs – Tie @ 33/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ 5/6
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 170+ @ 13/8
- Pakistan Vs South Africa– 1st T20 international, 11th February, 2021.
- The match is being played at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. Start time is 1pm in the UK, 6pm local time.
- The three match T20 series is the last leg of South Africa’s tour of Pakistan.
- Pakistan won the proceeding Test series 2-0.
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- A limited number of fans are permitted to be in the stadium for this match.
Cricket Spread Betting
- Pakistan/South Africa – Sell @ 14 / Buy @ 22
- Pakistan – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 62 / Buy @ 68
- South Africa – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 32 / Buy @ 38
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Pakistan Vs South Africa Head-To-Head
- 6/2/19 – Pakistan won by 27 runs
- 3/2/19 – South Africa won by 7 runs
- 1/2/19 – South Africa won by 6 runs
- 22/11/13 – Pakistan won by 6 runs
- 20/11/13 – South Africa won by 4 runs
Pakistan Vs South Africa 1st T20 Prediction 11/2/21
Pakistan go head to head with South Africa in the first of three T20 international matches. The two sides have just contested an enthralling Test series, won 2-0 by Pakistan.
It’s no major surprise in the cricket betting that the bookmakers make Pakistan favourites, despite personal changing for this series.
The South Africans on the whole haven’t adapted brilliantly to the Asian conditions. So the bookies are taking the position that not much will change, despite the different colour of ball.
The South Africans also have a largely inexperienced squad for the white ball leg of the tour, as they wanted to send their senior players home for a rest ahead of the (now postponed) series against Australia.
What I do believe will help the South Africans, is that by and large, limited overs matches these days are played on very different surfaces to Test matches. So I do believe the tourists will find this wicket much more to their liking.
The South Africans also have the fearless enthusiasm of youth on their side. But with youth, also comes vulnerability – which is steering me towards a home win in this match.
Pakistan have a near full strength side to pick from, and they also have Baber Azam back to lead the side after he missed the recent three match series in New Zealand – won 2-1 by the hosts.