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Pakistan vs New Zealand – Betting Tips, Odds & Match Prediction (2024)

Ahead of the T20I World Cup this year, Pakistan will take on New Zealand in a bilateral series featuring five T20s, starting on April 18, 2024. Here, you’ll find the top cricket betting sites for the upcoming series, the most competitive Pakistan vs New Zealand betting odds and tips, team news, key players, and PAK vs NZ match predictions.


Pakistan vs New Zealand Betting – Today's Match Winner Odds

We’ve done the heavy lifting for you and compiled below some of the most competitive Pakistan vs New Zealand odds from India's best cricket betting apps and sites. And if you’re a resident of either country, we suggest you read our in-depth guides to online betting in Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Pakistan vs New Zealand (5th T20I): Match Winner Odds


PAK vs NZ Betting Odds (5th T20I): Top Team Batsman

MelbetBabar Azam2.40Mark Chapman3.75
20BetBabar Azam2.30Mark Chapman3.50
StakeMohammad Rizwan3.10Tim Seifert3.85
10CRICMohammad Rizwan2.90Tim Seifert3.60
1xBetFakhar Zaman6.50Michael Bracewell7.50
DafabetFakhar Zaman6.50Michael Bracewell7.50


PAK vs NZ Betting Odds (5th T20I): Top Team Bowler

MelbetShaheen Shah Afridi3.30Will O’Rourke4.50
20BetShaheen Shah Afridi3.30Will O’Rourke4.45
StakeMohammad Amir4.50Ish Sodhi3.75
10CRICMohammad Amir4.15Ish Sodhi3.50
1xBetImad Wasim5.50Jacob Duffy4.30
DafabetImad Wasim6.25Jacob Duffy4.75

Pakistan vs New Zealand Betting Tips

Got a free bet but don’t know what to wager it on? Consider the below PAK vs NZ betting tips from the 5th T20I, which our team at CBA thinks could well turn out correct.

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Pakistan vs New Zealand Todays' Match Prediction

  • PAK vs. NZ Win Probability: Pak 60%, NZ 40%
  • New Zealand have won four of their last five T20 matches against Pakistan.
  • When the two teams met in Rawalpindi in 2023, a century from Mark Chapman helped the Black Caps win by six wickets with four balls remaining.
  • New Zealand is missing up to 12 first-choice players due to IPL commitments. While Pakistan, too, has issues with absentees, the team will be bolstered by the return of Mohammad Amir and Imad Wasim to international cricket.
  • Rawalpindi, the venue for the first three T20Is, can be a fast-scoring wicket, with the new ball assisting batsmen in the initial stages of a match, allowing them to free their arms.

Pakistan are the clear favourites, and that’s largely due to New Zealand missing many of their key players. The IPL has weakened the Kiwis’ international batting and bowling units, while Pakistan are likely to be at full strength, plus they have the “home” advantage.

While New Zealand’s pace and spin options should feel comfortable on this Rawalpindi surface, and the result may be closer than the match odds suggest, those absentees in the Kiwi camp mean we at CBA are backing a Pakistan win in the T20I series.

Pakistan vs New Zealand 2024 Schedule

PAK vs NZ 1st T20I7:30 PMApr 18, ThuRawalpindi
PAK vs NZ 2nd T20I7:30 PMApr 20, SatRawalpindi
PAK vs NZ 3rd T20I7:30 PMApr 21, SunRawalpindi
PAK vs NZ 4th T20I7:30 PMApr 25, ThuLahore
PAK vs NZ 5th T20I7:30 PMApr 27, SatLahore

Pakistan vs New Zealand 2024 – Where to Watch?

New Zealand is touring Pakistan for a five-match T20I series starting 18th April. This will serve as a good platform for both teams to assess their readiness just ahead of the T20 World Cup beginning in June this year.

Here is where you can catch the PAK vs NZ series live, depending on where you are located.

  • India: Livestreaming will be available on the FanCode app for a tour pass that will cost you ₹89. Unfortunately, there will be no live telecast of this series in India.
  • Pakistan: The series will be telecast live and exclusive on A Sports HD.
  • UK: Much like India, viewers in the UK will not be able to watch the live telecast of this series.

Team News


  • Pakistan has no issues with absentees, but Haris Rauf has been ruled out with a shoulder injury.
  • The team will be close to full strength for the T20I series.
  • Babar Azam has returned as the skipper following Shaheen Shah Afridi’s decision to step down as the skipper.
  • This series marks the return of Mohammad Amir and Imad Wasim to the international fold. The duo recently came out of retirement just in time for the T20 World Cup in June.

Babar Azam (C), Fakhar Zaman, Saim Ayub, Iftikhar Ahmed, Irfan Khan, Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Azam Khan (wk), Usman Khan (wk), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Abrar Ahmed, Abbas Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Wasim, Shaheen Afridi, Usama Mir, Zaman Khan

New Zealand

  • The ongoing Indian Premier League has taken many key players out of the New Zealand camp, including Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Devon Conway, Glenn Mitchell, Rachin Ravindra, Lockie Ferguson, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, and Daryl Mitchell.
  • Tim Southee, the world’s top T20I bowler, has been rested. Along with him, Will Young, Tom Latham, and Colin Munro have been rested as well.
  • All-rounder Michael Bracewell will lead the team, which will feature several unfamiliar faces to cricket fans outside of New Zealand.
  • Adam Milne and Finn Allen have been ruled out of the series due to injuries. Wicketkeeper-bat Tom Blundell and the uncapped Zak Foulkes will be their replacements.

Mark Chapman, Tim Robinson, Michael Bracewell (C), Josh Clarkson, James Neesha, Dean Foxcroft, Cole McConchie, Tim Seifert (wk), Tom Blundell (wk), Jacob Duffy, Ben Lister, Ben Sears, William O’Rourke, Ish Sodhi, Zakary Foulkes

Key Players


  • Babar Azam

The Pakistani captain is also their most reliable batter. Babar Azam is used to the pressure that captaincy brings, and he’ll be the key wicket for New Zealand to target. Babar can play at different tempos, keeping things steady if early wickets have fallen while picking up the pace in the later stages. He has an incredible 11 centuries in T20s, which will do a world of good to the Pakistani dressing room.

  • Mohammad Rizwan

He likes to play the game with a smile on his face, but that happy exterior masks a determined cricketer. As the wicketkeeper and opening bat, it could be argued that Mohammad Rizwan is the most important player in the Pakistani side. He is so consistent at the top of the order and is likely to get his team off to a fast start.

  • Mohammad Amir

Having reversed his decision to retire from international cricket, Mohammad Amir is set to play his first T20I since August 2020. He’ll likely form a left-arm pace and swing opening attack with Shaheen Shah Afridi, and he’ll need to settle back in quickly. Amir has 59 wickets in this format, and his economy rate of 7.02 is outstanding.

New Zealand

  • Michael Bracewell

New Zealand’s stand-in T20I skipper was once considered a spinner who could make useful runs, but he’s since developed into a genuine all-rounder. Bracewell is capable of bowling tight spells while making quick runs in the death overs.

  • Mark Chapman

It’s surprising that Mark Chapman isn’t considered by more franchise teams around the world. With other big names missing, he’s New Zealand’s most explosive batter on this tour and will be a key wicket for Pakistan to target. Chapman has two centuries in the T20 format, including an unbeaten 104 vs. Pakistan at this same ground in 2023.

  • Tim Robinson

He made it to the Kiwi setup on the back of a successful season with the willow, amassing 298 runs in the Super Smash and finishing as the second-highest runscorer in the tournament. His scores also included a staggering 139 off just 64 balls vs. Otago. Add to that the fact that he's a livewire on the field, and New Zealand has got an absolute winner in the 21-year-old.

PAK vs NZ Betting – Key Stats

*All stats limited only to active players from both teams

 PakistanNew Zealand
No Result11
Highest Team Total201/4226/8
Lowest Team Total100/480
Highest RunscorersBabar Azam (755)Kane Williamson (667)
Most SixesFakhar Zaman (20)Finn Allen (31)
Most WicketsHaris Rauf (32)Tim Southee (38)
Best EconomyImad Wasim (6.72)Mitch Santner (7.00)

Pakistan vs New Zealand – Past Winners

The two teams have played 39 T20Is against each other to date. Of these, the Kiwis have won 17 whereas Pakistan has come out victorious on 21 occasions. One match ended without producing a result.

2024NZ vs PAK, 5th T20IPakistan42 runs
2024NZ vs PAK, 4th T20INew Zealand7 wickets
2024NZ vs PAK, 3rd T20INew Zealand45 runs
2024NZ vs PAK, 2nd T20INew Zealand21 runs
2024NZ vs PAK, 1st T20INew Zealand46 runs

Dream11 Lineup

  • Wicketkeeper: Mohammad Rizwan (PAK)
  • Batsmen: Babar Azam (C) (PAK), Mark Chapman (NZ), Fakhar Zaman (PAK)
  • All-rounders: Michael Bracewell (VC) (NZ), Jimmy Neesham (NZ), Imad Wasim (PAK)
  • Bowlers: Mohammad Amir (PAK), Shaheen Shah Afridi (PAK), Ish Sodhi (NZ), Will O’Rourke (NZ)

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