Papua New Guinea vs Singapore Betting Tips & Prediction – 31st Match ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019

Prateik K
By: Prateik K
Prediction PNG vs SNG

Betting Tips for Papua New Guinea vs Singapore

Papua New Guinea won by 43 runs

Winner Odds

Papua New Guinea – 1.39 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.139 if PNG wins) BET NOW
Singapore – 2.98 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.298 if Singapore win) BET NOW

More Odds & Betting Tips

  • Assad Vala and Tony Ura lead to be team top batsman for Papua New Guinea with odds of 4.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.450). While Surendran Chandramohan has odds of 3.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.350) for Singapore in the top team batsman market. BET NOW
  • Norman Vanua leads to be team top bowler for Papua New Guinea with odds of 3.74 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.374). For Singapore, Amjad Mahboob has 3.74 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.374) odds in the team top bowler market. BET NOW
  • Singapore leads with odds of 1.72 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.172) in the highest opening partnership market followed by Singapore with odds of 2.10 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.210). BET NOW
  • Assad Vala leads with odds of 8.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.850) in the best player of the match market. While Tony Ura follows with odds of 8.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.850) in the same market. BET NOW

PNG vs SNG Match Odds by 22Bet & Betway


ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers Match 31 Squad Comparison

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea has now won 3 in 4 matches with the latest win in the last match against the Netherlands. After PNG kicked off its ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifiers campaign with 2 consecutive wins in 2 matches, Scotland handed them the first loss of the tournament in the 3rd match. Chasing 147 runs against Scotland, Lega Siaka scored 31 off 24 balls at number 3 while Norman Vanua was top batsman for PNG with 33 off 18 balls at number 7. PNG lost by 4 runs as Vanua was out in the last over after bringing his side close to the victory. However, Papua New Guinea bounced back strongly in the next match as the bowlers restricted the Netherlands to 126-7.

While Charles Amini was top bowler for PNG with 2 for 24 in 4 overs, Sese Bau, Nosaina Pokana and Damien Ravu picked up 1 wicket each. Chasing 127, Tony Ura and Assad Vala added 47 runs for the 1st wicket, while Sese Bau was unbeaten on 34 off 26 balls at number 5 as Papua New Guinea won the match by 5 wickets. The last time PNG batted first was against Namibia where Tony Era (71) and Assad Vala (48) were top scorers as the side finished with 197-7 in 20 overs. The two openers along with Lega Saika at number 3 form a strong top-order while all-rounders Norman Vanua and Sese Bau have a lot to contribute with both bat and ball.


After winning two back to back matches in the tournament, Singapore lost 2 consecutive matches against the Netherlands and Kenya. Their last win was against Bermuda chasing 150 runs where the top bowler Janak Prakash was also the most expensive one with figures of 3 for 44 in 4 overs. While Singapore’s top 4 batsmen were out cheaply chasing 150 runs target, Navin Param’s unbeaten 72 off 41 balls at number 6 was the most impactful performance that helped Singapore seal the victory.

However, Singapore’s batting form dipped even further in the next match as the Netherlands bowled out Singapore for 101 runs. While in the last match Singapore finished with 157-9 batting first against Kenya, the bowling was even more disappointing. Amjad Mahmood was the only wicket-taker for Singapore with figures of 2 for 30 in 4 overs defending 157 runs. Janak Prakash and Tim David were expensive as the two bowled at economies of 9 r.p.o. Singapore has both batting and bowling concerns at the moment as the form in both departments has dipped lower since their last win.

Our Prediction for Papua New Guinea vs Singapore

Papua New Guinea is favorite to win the match

While Singapore is struggling on both bowling and batting fronts, Papua New Guinea has bounced back to form with consistent performances from the all-rounders. The top betting sites in India have PNG as the favorite to win this contest at 1.39 odds which shows an indicative probability of 71%. Given PNG’s form in contrast with Singapore’s recent performances, it looks like a tough challenge for Singapore to overpower Papua New Guinea.