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Match 35: Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Rising Pune Supergiants - Tarot Tips (7th May 2016)
The 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League is just a couple of days away from kick-off, and this year’s IPL is set to be a big one. With two new sides in the tournament, the IPL predictions will certainly take a different turn this time around and you can find all the IPL 2016 predictions & tips below.
India Vs Australia - a virtual Quarter Final. Who will sneak through? What do the cards say? Tarot analyses and predicts this crucial game.
Match 31 - Super 10 - Group 2: India Vs Australia
27th March 2016, Mohali
India pulled off an important win against Bangladesh to be in this position today. They are feeling the pressure as it will be tough for this game to go off in a convincing fashion.
Australia take on Pakistan - both are in desperate need of this win. Tarot predicts and analyses who could potentially get these points.
Match 26 - Super 10 - Group 2: Australia Vs Pakistan
25th March 2016, Mohali
Australia didn’t have the most ideal win against Bangladesh, but it was a win nevertheless. You would expect their form to grow and improve, yet it doesn’t seem to be going that way. They will not be able to manage consistent control over the game and this will end up hurting their plans.
It’s Australia Vs Bangladesh in this Group 2 clash. Tarot takes a look into this potential tough game ahead.
Match 22 - Super 10 - Group 2: Australia Vs Bangladesh
21st March 2016, Bangalore
Australia understand the importance of winning this game and they’re hoping to go all out at the opposition. They will look to inspire themselves and take risks but they they will need to be weary about their constant mental fluctuations. There is an important need for Australia to take firmer decisions and stick by them
Old rivals, Australia take on New Zealand. Tarot analyses and predicts the journey and outcome of the game.
Match 17 - Super 10 - Group 2: Australia Vs New Zealand
18th March 2016, Dharamsala
It’s game on from Australia’s end. They have great mental control, physical agility and a smartly balanced side. Excuses are not for them - they know this will be a tough game but they are up for the challenge.
Tarot cards take a look into analysing and predicting the T20 World Cup. Part 4 of this is a peak into Pakistan and Australia’s campaign.
Pakistan are trying to pull themselves together. They are gathering their plans, their skills and even their calm. As a team there is an important understanding to play this World Cup with a clear mind. It’s the impulsive play that has usually got the better of them so their first challenge will be to curb this.
In all of this, Pakistan will find it tough to strike the right balance and may even appear too soft on the opposition. Getting caught up in sticking to plans will lead to a restrictive style of playing. This will eventually lead to frustrations.
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Shahid Afridi wishes to lead the team in an aggressive, mature manner. He wants to lead by example, instilling immense confidence in his players. This all has great intention with some successes too, but his captaincy eventually veers towards softness. He will struggle to extract the right passion from his team.
Preview: Tarot Analysis - The T20 World Cup - Sri Lanka & South Africa (Part 1)
Tarot Tip: Matches are played on the field, and Tarot believes it’s important for Pakistan to make strategies that suit their style of play. Trying to decide between what comes naturally and what is decided on paper will add confusion. Aggression is an important aspect of this format and that most not be forgotten.
Australia’s recent T20 performance against South Africa was strong and well fought, but things appear a little different this World Cup. Their overall campaign will lack the all important punch. It will seem as if Australia are waiting for the opposition to falter rather than being the initiator of it.
Preview: Tarot Analysis - The T20 World Cup - West Indies & England (Part 2)
This team expects a lot from themselves, although unnecessary, they carry this burden along. This sort of mindset troubles their style of play and even leads to a loss of conviction in their abilities. It may all sound quite harsh as we’ve come to relate a certain style of play from Australia, but this seems to be their own doing. Despite this, they still manage to do fairly okay merely on the basis of their natural and nurtured skill set.
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Steven Smith is ready to take some risks, think out of the box and make himself more responsible in leading the side. But Smith has quite a balancing act to do - he believes he will manage it all. Smith forgets that this is a team sport and equal contribution will lead them to wins.
Tarot Tip: This is where Smith needs to allow his team to play according to their natural abilities. Dominating the team will restrict their success.
Preview: Tarot Analysis - The T20 World Cup - India & New Zealand (Part 3)
On Monday: Tarot Analysis & Prediction - The T20 World Cup - India Vs New Zealand
(Disclaimer: All Cricket forecasts are to provide a Tarot perspective and are for entertainment purposes only.)
Shruti Chopra has been analysing and forecasting cricket matches through her Tarot cards since 2011.