NZ vs PAK ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Know LIVE Weather Update From Bengaluru, Win Probability and Head-to-Head Records


NZ vs PAK: New Zealand and Pakistan will face off in a crucial match on November 4 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. The Kiwis who started the ICC World Cup 2023 with an emphatic win against defending champions England, have lost their last 3 matches. In their last match (against South Africa), they suffered a massive 190-run defeat.


  • Pakistan have won the toss and have opted to field.
  • Babar Azam: We will have a bowl first because of moisture on the surface. We have good bowling and we are trying to hit good lengths and execute our plans. We have one change. Usama Mir is not playing and Hasan Ali is playing. I’m feeling good (with the form), but not been able to finish games, I will try my best to enjoy myself and looking forward to the game.

Pakistan, after losing 4 consecutive matches, were back to winning against Bangladesh. They are in a do-or-die situation as they must win this match to keep their dreams alive for a semi-final spot.

Bengaluru Weather Updates Live, NZ vs PAK ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Cloudy With No Rain, Toss Expected on Time at M Chinnaswamy

Things are getting better as fas as Bengaluru weather forecast

The morning is very clear and bright in Bengaluru today. Pakistan NewZealand match will start on time. There will be no interruption by rain in first innings. Light showers are expected to pour around 2pm to 7pm IST. No heavy rain expected to washout the match.

The sky at this moment is covered with clouds but there are less chance of rain in the morning and the New Zealand vs Pakistan toss is set to proceed on time. However, the weather is quite unpredictable in Bengaluru.

New Zealand vs Pakistan head-to-head records

These two teams have played 151 ODIs against each other so far. New Zealand have won 51 of those and Pakistan 60. Three matches produced no results whereas one match ended in a tie. The last time (May 2023) these two faced off was in Karachi, Pakistan when the Black Caps won by 47 runs.

In World Cups, New Zealand and Pakistan have played 9 matches so far while Pakistan have won 7 of those. In 2019, Pakistan defeated New Zealand by 6 wickets while the Kiwis beat Pakistan by 110 runs in 2015. Before that, New Zealand defeated the Asian giant only in 1983.

New Zealand vs Pakistan pitch report

Bengaluru’s Chinnaswamy Stadium is a high-scoring venue with short boundaries that favour batters. Despite some help for bowlers, captains winning the toss often chase due to the pitch’s batting-friendly conditions.

New Zealand vs Pakistan prediction

As per Google’s win probability, there is a 53% chance that New Zealand will beat Pakistan in this match.

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