Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI Match - February 25, 2014

The Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka 2014 - 1st ODI match prediction is now available at AstroSage. Astro-Numerology tells the name of the winning team. Both the teams will battle it out for the title, let’s see who goes home with the cup.  

Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI is on February 25.

Match Details:


Date - 25.2.14
Hosted by - Bangladesh
Venue - Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah
Time - 14:00 Local Time - 08:00 GMT - 13:30 IST

Numerology Prediction 


We are predicting all the matches of this series with the help of Numerology. Here we have used the Cheiro method to predict the winner of the match. Let us analyze all the aspects to come to the final conclusion.

Mulank Of The Date & Pakistan


The match is on 25.2.2014. Mulank of the date of the match is 7, while the Namank of Team Pakistan is 7. The relationship between 7 and 7 is very friendly, which indicates a positive sign. 

Further, the Captain of the team is Misbah ul Haq, whose Namank is 5. The relationship between 7 and 5 is neutral, which indicates neither a negative sign nor a positive sign. Misbah ul Haq was born on May 28, 1974. The Mulank of the birthday of Misbah ul Haq is 1. The relation between 7 and 1 is hostile, which indicates a negative sign.

Mulank Of The Date & Sri Lanka


The match is on 25.2.2014. Mulank of the date of the match is 7, while the Namank of Team Sri Lanka is 9. The relationship between 7 and 9 is friendly, which indicates a positive sign. 

Further, the Captain of the team is Angelo Mathews, whose Namank is 7. The relationship between 7 and 7 is friendly which indicates a positive sign. Angelo Mathews was born on June 2, 1987. The Mulank of birthday of Angelo Mathews is 2. The relation between 7 and 2 is hostile, which indicates a negative sign. 

Winner Of The Match 


Therefore, analyzing all aspects, we can deduce that Sri Lanka will win the 1st ODI match in this series. However, these are mere possibilities and no risk should be taken on the basis of this prediction. We hope to see an interesting match. All the best to both the teams!

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