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2019 Australia vs Pakistan cricket betting

Australia came up short when they took on Pakistan in the Middle East last year, but that was without the likes of Steve Smith and David Warner. With their big guns back in the side, the Aussies are hot favourites to reclaim bragging rights on home soil.

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2019 Australia vs Pakistan fixtures and dates

First T20
Sunday, November 3
Sydney Cricket Ground

Second T20
Tuesday, November 5
Manuka Oval

Third T20
Friday, November 8
Perth Stadium

First Test
Thursday, November 21
The Gabba

Second Test
Friday, November 29
Adelaide Oval

Squad news and players to watch

Australia’s Ashes tour of England threw up as many questions as answers, particularly at the top of the batting order. The visitors have opted for youth as they look to break their duck in Australia, picking a trio of teenagers. Below are the players to keep an eye on when betting on popular markets like top batsman, top bowler and MOTM.

Steve Smith – Some doubted whether Steve Smith could recapture his former glory after missing a year of international cricket through suspension, but the former Aussie skipper gave a most emphatic answer in his comeback Ashes tour. Smith is the short-priced favourite to top the series batting charts again, and rightly so.

Babar Azam – Anybody who follows the white-ball game knows this guy is a special talent, but we are yet to see the best of Babar at Test level. He struggled with the bouncier wickets on his last tour of Australia back in 2016-17 and will want to show the world he is more than a flat-track whacker.

Mitchell Starc – Australia’s star left-arm quick was the odd man out on the recent Ashes tour, falling behind James Pattinson and Peter Siddle in the pecking order. But Starc has made a promising start to the Aussie summer and looks poised to reclaim the new ball for the first Test in Brisbane.

Shaheen Afridi – Despite his 19 years of age, Shaheen is one of the more experienced players in this new-look Pakistani bowling attack. The two-metre seamer has 12 wickets from his three Test appearances so far and should enjoy the firm conditions at the Gabba.

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