New Zealand vs Pakistan 3rd T20I odds 22.12.2020
In Pakistan’s tour of New Zealand, we move into 3rd T20I on 22.12.2020, although NZ has already claimed the series with 2-0 wins against Pakistan. The upcoming 3rd T20I will have its merits too. All Thanks to Tim Seifert and Tim Southee for the win in the 2nd T20I.
The series finisher is at Napier, we will be having some interesting moments too in the final T20I, the odds are from funbet bookie. It is one of the newest Cricket betting sites in India with a lot of potentials to be one of the top bookies in India. Let’s go and check the odds from the funbet bonus and lots of interesting stuff below.
NZvsPAK 3rd T20I odds 21.12.2020
NZvsPAK has its share of success and entertainment amidst of IndvsAus series, BBL10, and other ongoing series. Cricket is one of the love for the kiwis and surely they don’t miss their international stars coming up to entertain them especially when there is their most favorite and legend of a batsman in this generation Kane Williamson in the grounds.
Coming to the bookie, check out the funbet app page for the bettors can play through their ios and android app. Pakistan team is fighting against their injured players and are confident of putting up a fight with their young squad.
We can never throw out chances of Pakistan striking back at least to keep their honor by winning the 3rd T20I. Babar Azam and Imam ul Haq were ruled out with injuries of the same nature. it’s getting tough and tough for the visitors.
Funbet odds: NZvsPAK
- NZ: 1.60
- PAK: 2.10
Head to Head Stats: NZvsPAK
- Overall: 22
- NZ: 9
- PAK: 13
Our Word: NZ will clean sweep
Coming to 3rd T20I the players to look out for would be Kane Williamson definitely, but for the series, it’s mostly Tim Seifert once again and Tim Southee with his allrounder capabilities. After the T20I series is done, the test match series is waiting with two matches. Both Tim Southee and Kane Williamson have been the stand-in pillars for the New Zealand team as they are not letting anyone win in their Home Series.
Coming to this promising New Zealand squad many players are willing to take up the challenge and give their best with the likes of Glenn Phillips, Kyle Jamieson, Ish Sodi, and Scott Kuggeleijn, etc. The Blackcaps are in a transition phase and they are doing it in a very good way with maintaining the side balance. It’s a great approach to their game and the player’s outset too as well. Credit should mainly go to Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, and Gary Stead the head coach of the side.