Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd T20 Match Prediction & Preview 2016

The 2nd T20 match between Pakistan vs West Indies 2016 will be played today, 24th September 2016 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. After first match victory over West Indies by nine wickets, men in green will look to grab the 2-match T20I series and they have a great opportunity to do so. Here we will see the Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd T20 match prediction who will win, preview, and match analysis. 

Pak vs WI Match Preview

Pakistan won the first T20 match against West Indies by 9 wickets due to the great performance by Babar Azam who scored a half century and Imad Wasim who took the five wickets. Before that, West Indies made only 115 runs and gave the target of 116 runs to Pak team which is an easy target for any cricket team to chase it down and that happened. Watch Pak vs WI 1st T20 match highlights video.

Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd T20 Match Prediction

Pakistan has won last two T20 match against England and West Indies and team will look to continue this form in today’s game also but the T20 world champion will make sure that mistakes they did in the previous match will not repeat. Caribbeans know how to bounce back in the shorter format of cricket and they will do as per our prediction.

Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd T20 Match Prediction

Pakistan’s opening batsmen Sarfraz Ahmed and Babar Azam are in a good form which will boost the confidence of the team but West Indies also have powerful and hard-hitting batsmen who love to play this format of cricket. As per our prediction, West Indies will jump back to win today’s match.


Pakistan Squad Sarfraz Ahmed*, Babar Azam, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Nawaz (3), Mohammad Rizwan, Rumman Raees, Saad Nasim, Sharjeel Khan, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Akmal, Wahab Riaz

West Indies Squad CR Brathwaite*, S Badree, DJ Bravo, J Charles, ADS Fletcher†, JO Holder, E Lewis, SP Narine, KA Pollard, N Pooran†, R Powell, MN Samuels, JE Taylor, CAK Walton†, KOK Williams