Fantasy Cricket Betting Tips for New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd ODI Match, Jan 9, 2018


(2nd ODI Match) New Zealand vs Pakistan Fantasy Cricket Betting Tips by Golden Jeeto

Pakistan Tour of New Zealand is the first international tour of 2018 and the practice match has already been played at Saxton Oval on 3rd January 2017 where Pakistan registered a whopping 120 run victory against New Zealand XI’s squad. They are pretty confident and determined, but don’t take the black caps lightly. They recently won their series against the Windies in style and are looking to get on a roll.

The 2nd ODI match is going to be held on 9th January 2018 at Saxton Oval, which is a batting pitch and favours pacers. Both the teams pack big hitters and top class seamers, so the match could go either way. Here are a few fantasy cricket betting tips so that you stay one step ahead of the competition:

  1. Take a mix of players from both the teams as the teams are equally matched and the outcome of fantasy cricket depends upon your team’s performance and not how the match ends.

  2. You should have at least three of these batsmen in your squad: Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Kane Williamson and Sarfraz Ahmed.

  3. You should have at least three of these bowlers in your squad: Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Mitchell Santner, Mohammad Amir, Shoaib Malik and Hasan Ali.

  4. Take any one of these all-rounders: Shoaib Malik, Colin Munro and Mitchel Santner.

Having a balanced fantasy cricket team is important for betting, especially in such an exciting match. Remember to have players from both the teams so that your odds are evenly balanced.


Sarmad is a cricket enthusiast who loves to observe each match keenly. He is an editor and a regular contributor for Golden Jeeto. Apart from this, Sarmad loves to explore and read about Human Psychology and that is why he provides the prediction for upcoming matches too. He feels excited to share his review, prediction and feedback with sports lovers.

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