Prediction for Pakistan vs West Indies World Cup 2011 Quarterfinal Match

Here are my predictions for the Pakistan  Versus West Indies Quarterfinal Match in the 2011 World Cup

Overall Match Predictions

  • Toss Prediction: Pakistan may have chances to win toss: 65%, where West Indies (WI) stands 35%.
  • First batting: Pakistan chances for 1st batting: 70% West Indies: 30%.
  • Match Winner: Pakistan: 60%, West Indies: 40%

Prediction for players who will perform well

Pakistani Players

  • Kamran Akmal: 60%
  • Omar Akmal: 65%
  • Younis Khan: 50%
  • Asad Shafique: 75%
  • Afridi: 40%
  • Omar Gul: 80%
  • Hafeez: 50%
  • Razzaq: 50%

West Indian Players

  • R Sarwan: 50%
  • D Smith: 60%
  • D Bravo: 50%
  • Ravi Rampaul: 60%
  • D Bishoo: 55%
  • Russell: 55%

Three powerful planets, ‘Sun’, ‘Uranus’ and ‘Jupiter’ would give enormous strength and energy to fight its enemy. Asad shafique by blessing of ‘Lord Jupiter’ will open door for Pakistan to enter into 3rd round of World Cup 2011, with the assistance of Akmal brothers, Younis Khan, Afridi, Misbah and A Razzak. Spinners, Hafeez, Rehman would also be instrumental of timely wickets taking in grand victory over WI.

West Indies will try its best to hold Pakistan by influences of ‘3’ strong planets, ‘Jupiter’, ‘Sun’ and ‘Uranus’. D Smith, R Sarwan & D Bravo, would be key batting forces for WI. Ravi Rampaul, D Bishoo and Russell are big bowling guns who may try to snatch victory from Pakistan at Mirpur, but Kamran Akmal, A Shafique, Omar Gul and A Razzak will be standing like rock to keep the victory in Pakistan’s fold by blessing of planets ‘Jupiter’ and ‘Venus’.

Result: Pakistan will beat West Indies at Mirpur on 23 March and move into round 3rd (Semi Final)


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