ICC 20 Twenty World Cup Predictions for June 9th
Group B – Netherlands vs Pakistan
Tuesday 9, 13:30 local, 12:30 GMT, 9th match
Boss of the toss: Pakistan will win the toss
Prediction: Pakistan will win the match
Mudassar Bukhari – Transiting Mars and natal Saturn opposition, coupled with the trine of transiting Mars with natal Sun, Jupiter and Mercury translates into a slow but firm batting and a good bowling spell.
Darron Reekers – Transiting Mercury in conjunction with natal Mercury and Saturn has the power to allow him take important wickets.
Pieter Seelaar – He seems to be the best batsman today as transiting Mars aspects natal Mars.
Kamran Akmal – He will take wickets swiftly today as transiting Mercury is trine natal Mercury and Saturn.
Umar Gul – Transiting Mercury trine natal Mercury makes him lucky today.
Sohail Tanvir – Aggressive bowling seems to be the highlight as transiting Mars is square natal Mars.
Ganesha thus finds that Bukhari, Reekers and Seelar will play well for Netherlands while Akmal, Gul and Tanvir will work wonders for Pakistan
Group D – New Zealand vs South Africa
Tuesday 9, 17:30 local, 16:30 GMT, 10th match
Boss of the toss: New Zealand will win the toss
Prediction: New Zealand will win the game too
New Zealand Players
Daniel Vettori – His birth date being 27th, which adds up to 9, is similar to today’s date, indicating he will play a good game.
Brendon McCullum – He will be good with the bat today as transiting Mars aspects his natal Mars.
Neil Broom – The ball will be under complete command today with transiting Mercury opposite natal Sun, Mercury and Jupiter.
South Africa Players
Herschelle Gibbs – Transiting Jupiter in conjunction with natal Sun and Jupiter bestows him with good luck today.
Morne Morkel – Transiting Mercury trine natal Mercury will be beneficial for him, enabling him to take most wickets and least runs.
Dale Steyn – His birth date being 27th, which totals 9, is similar to today’s date, indicating that he will play a good game.
Hence, Daniel, Brendon and Neil for the Kiwis and Gibbs, Morkel and Dale for South Africa will be the players to watch out for.
With Ganesha’s Grace,
Bhavesh N. Pattni