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Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI Pitch Condition, Toss Result and Weather Forecast

Catch Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI Pitch Report and Weather Forecast. Pakistan vs Australia Pitch conditions. Pak vs Aus Weather report at Brisbane Cricket Stadium. Complete pitch  and weather report Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI on

Pakistan after completion of test matches series against Australia, are now due to play 5 scheduled matches. The 1st ODI match between Pakistan vs Australia will be played on 13th January 2017 at Brisbane Cricket Stadium.

Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI Match Pitch Report:

Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI Match pitch report issued by Brisbane Cricket Stadium Authority, according to report Brisbane pitch is full of grass with some cracks and patches of dry soil on sides, which indicates the complexity of pitch especially for batsmen in 1st ODI match.

Brisbane cricket pitch is quite helpful for pace bowlers as due to grass, bowl will get extra bounce and pace which could create problems for batsmen in earlier over of the match. After 1st innings pitch will change its attitude and bowl will get less pace and turn. So both teams will try to win the toss and bat 2nd in order to get full advantage of pitch.

Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI Match Weather Forecast:

Brisbane Weather Department have also issued weather forecast during tomorrow’s match between Pakistan vs Australia. Good news for all cricket lovers as match day will be partly cloudy but not showers are expected during match.

The maximum temperature will be 33 C* at Brisbane and 23km/h air will blow during the match which could help pace bowlers. As it is day/night match so Dew factor will disturb both teams in 2nd innings. Due to dew, bowl will get wet and increase problems for bowlers especially in 2nd innings of the match.

Updated: January 12, 2017 — 5:40 pm

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