October 12, 2022 10:55 AM
Alex Sarwar

Bangladesh vs Pakistan – 6th T20i – Preview & Prediction | 2022 New Zealand Tri-Nation Series

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When is Bangladesh vs Pakistan on and what time does it start? Bangladesh vs Pakistan will take place on Thursday 13th October, 2022 – 03:00 (UK)

Where is Bangladesh vs Pakistan taking place? Bangladesh vs Pakistan will take place at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, New Zealand

Where can I get tickets for Bangladesh vs Pakistan? Visit the official cricket website of each nation for the latest ticket information for Bangladesh vs Pakistan

What channel is Bangladesh vs Pakistan on in the UK? The match will be televised live on BT Sport in the UK

Where can I stream Bangladesh vs Pakistan in the UK? BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match live via the BT Sport website and app

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 21 runs



  • Less than 24 hours after being beaten for the third consecutive match in this tri-nation series, Bangladesh are back playing again as they take on Pakistan, six days after losing to them in their opening match of the series.
  • The Tigers’ bowling was far too expensive last time out against New Zealand, conceding 208/5 which was by far the most in any innings so far across the series, so a significant improvement is required on that front.


  • Pakistan will want to bounce back after their 100% record came to an end at the hands of New Zealand in their most recent game, the Black Caps thrashing Babar Azam’s side by nine wickets.
  • Fast bowler Haris Rauf was rested in that match and Naseem Shah preferred, so Pakistan will have a decision to make on whether to bring Rauf back into the fold with it being imperative that they don’t push him too hard ahead of the T20 World Cup.


Bangladesh have been by far the weakest of the three teams competing across this tri-nation series in all departments, whether it be batting or bowling and this doesn’t appear likely to change here. Pakistan will be highly motivated to come back strongly following a significantly under-par performance vs New Zealand on Tuesday and against a Tigers outfit low on confidence, they’ll be expected to do so. Back Pakistan to record their second tri-nation series victory over Bangladesh here.

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