Pakistan Will bear Scotland The 41st match of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be held at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah on Monday, October 18, 2021. Read on to learn about PAK vs. SCO match predictions who will win the 41st match of today’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 Super 12.
For today’s T20 match prediction, there are many factors that are very important. Our experts analyzed various factors related to the game, such as head-to-head records, pitch reports, weather conditions, team style, etc. Let’s take a look at the statistics that are important for PAK’s forecast of SCO.
PAK vs SCO head-to-head record
Let’s take a look at the head-to-head record of today’s PAK vs. SCO match prediction. This will help us understand who will win today’s T20 match prediction. Do you know who is more likely to win between Pakistan and Scotland?
Total games played 3
Pakistan won 3
Scotland won 0
No result 0
Pakistan predicts XI against Scotland:
Pakistan’s predicted XI:
Scotland Forecast XI:
George Monsey, Matthew Cross (week), Callum McLeod, Rich Bellington (c), Craig Wallace, Michael Lisk, Chris Gerry Foss, Mark Watt, Josh David, Safian Sharif, Bradley Whale
This is our ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 PAK vs SCO prediction
The following is a case of who will win today’s T20 Super 12-41st match, Pakistan vs. Scotland Today’s game prediction.
Case 1: If Pakistan hits the ball first
The first game score prediction: Pakistan will score 160-170
Result prediction: Pakistan will win the game by more than 40 points
Case 2: If Scotland hits the ball first
The first game score prediction: Scotland will score 95-105
Result prediction: Pakistan will win the game with 8 wickets
PAK vs SCO today’s game prediction
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