Pakistan vs West Indies Live Streaming, Champion Trophy 2013

Watch Pakistan vs West Indies Live Streaming of ICC Champion Trophy on 7th June 2013. Pak vs WI ICC Champion Trophy Live Cricket Streaming online 2013. Watch Pakistan vs West Indies Live Match, 2013. Watch Pakistan vs West Indies is telecast on Star Cricket, Sky Sports HD and Geo Super, PTV Sports and Cricket One.

Match 2 of the ICC Champions Trophy will see Pakistan taking on the West Indies at the Kennington Oval in London. It will be a match between two star studded sides, with plenty of fireworks expected. Pakistan will be very confident, after beating South Africa in a warm-up fixture, whereas the West Indies will be looking to improve after losing both their warm-up fixtures against Australia and Sri Lanka.

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The Pakistan side will be led by the experience of Misbah-ul-Haq, in what will most likely be his last big tournament as captain. They enter a new era, the likes of Shaid Afridi and Younis Khan both omitted from the squad. Asad Shafiq and Misbah-ul-Haq both have excellent averages against the West Indies, and after showing good form in the lead up to the tournament, they will be looked at to do the bulk of the run scoring. Saeed Ajmal didn’t feature in the warm-up matches, and it will be a headache for the selectors picking a pace attack, with all the bowlers showing excellent form. Will Pakistan perhaps go in with a full seam attack, leaving only Hafeeq as a spin option?

The West Indies team is loaded with plenty of individual match winners, and their fans will be hoping that they can put it all together on the day. Darren Bravo, Sarwan, and Charles have showed decent form with the bat, but will they be able to cope against the swing of the Pakistani pace attack? If they manage to put together a good foundation, the likes of Pollard, Sammy and Bravo will be waiting to pounce and finish off the innings.

Pakistan have won 52 of their 120 previous encounters against the West Indies, their last meeting was way back in May 2011, when the West Indies beat them by a massive margin of 10 wickets. Weather predictions are good for London, and fans can look forward to an enticing encounter between the two sides.

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