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Toss Winner - Ireland won the toss and chose to bowl first
Oman beat Ireland by 43 runs
Oman faces an Irish Challenge!
Ireland will win the match!
Tournament: Oman Pentangular T20I Series 2019 | Format: T20 | Venue: Al Amerat Cricket Ground Oman Cricket, Al Amarat, Oman | Toss: To BowlBet Now
Oman T20I series is a historic series taking place between five associate nations Oman, Nepal, Ireland, Netherland and Hong Kong. Both teams Oman and Ireland come into this match after their impressive wins over Netherlands and Hong Kong respectively in their opening matches. Ireland has taken giant leaps in the cricketing world in the last 2 years and they have got the Test status recently. Oman on the other hand is growing up as an associate team and has qualified for the ICC T20 world Cup Qualifiers next year. Both Oman and Ireland will look to win this match and move ahead in this pentangular series.
Oman achieved a clinical win over Hong Kong by 7 wickets in the first match. They were never really challenged in that match chasing just a meager 97 runs. Khawar Ali and Zeeshan Maqsood scored 30+ cameos to take their team in the chase.
Their victory was set by the bowlers mainly by restricting the Hong Kong team. Pacers Mohammed Nadeem and Bilal khan took 2 & 1 wickets respectively and never gave away easy runs. Spinners Aamer Kaleem and Khawar Ali applied the choke on the batsmen in the middle overs and they had combined figures of 8-0-29-2. Their bowling unit performed as a well-gelled unit and they must continue their good work in this match too. Their fielders too contributed with 4 crucial run-outs in the match.
Zeeshan Maqsood – Skipper Zeeshan took his team in the chase with an unbeaten 39 runs off 34 balls with 4 boundaries and a six. He ensured his team does not suffer any hiccups after two quick wickets.
Khawar Ali – Khawar Ali had an all-round performance last match with figures of 4-0-13-1 & 32 runs opening the batting. He will look to contribute with both bat and ball in this match too.
Zeeshan Maqsood (c), Jatinder Singh, Suraj Kumar (wk), Mohammad Nadeem, Fayyaz Butt, Khurram Nawaz, Bilal Khan, Aamir Kaleem, Aqib Ilyas, Khawar Ali, Sandeep Goud
Khawar Ali, Bilal Khan, Sandeep Goud, Mohammad Nadeem, Fayyaz Butt, Jatinder Singh, Aamir Kaleem, Khurram Nawaz, Aaqib Sulehri, Suraj Kumar, Zeeshan Maqsood
Ireland chased down a total of 168 runs easily against the Netherlands in their opening match. Their top 4 batsmen Paul Stirling (23 runs), Kevin O Brien (23 runs), Andrew Balbirnie (32 runs), and Gareth Delany (29 runs) got starts but failed to continue to make a big score. Harry Tector then came up with a brilliant knock of 47 runs to take his team home in the chase. Mark Adair and Craig Young took 2 wickets each and troubled the batsmen consistently.
Their bowlers came back nicely after the good start by the Netherlands team to bring them down from 122/2 to 165/7. Spinners Shane Getkate and George Dockrell were taken for too many runs and failed to claim wickets too. Experienced campaigner Boyd Rankin chipped in with the wicket of Colin Ackermann to trigger the collapse.
Harry Tector – Tector came in when his team was suffering at 81/3 and took his team to 169/4 in 18.2 overs. He scored 47 runs off 26 balls with 6 boundaries and a six. He finished the chase with utmost ease and poise.
Mark Adair – Mark Adair bowled within crucial powerplay overs and end overs to strangle the opposition batsmen. He had figures of 4-0-30-2 with the wickets of Edwards and Ben Cooper to stall the Netherlands from a good finish.
Paul Stirling, Andrew Balbirnie, Kevin O Brien, Gary Wilson (c & wk), Harry Tector, Gareth Delany, Shane Getkate, George Dockrell, Craig Young, Mark Adair, Boyd Rankin
Kevin O'Brien, Mark Richard Adair, CA Young, SR Thompson, Paul Stirling, Shane Getkate, George Dockrell, GC Wilson, Gareth Delany, Harry Tector, Andy Balbirnie
Oman is known have a hot and humid climate and we can expect the same on the match day.
The average first innings score here is 140-160 runs. The pitch looks dry and run scoring will be difficult here as the ball will come slow to the bat.
Chasing teams have won 7 out of the 8 matches played here as the pitch ease out as the match progresses. Both captains will look to chase down the target with ease.
Ireland team has a better experience of playing against stronger opponents such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and England off late. Oman has a good team but lacks the experience to match Ireland team. We expect Ireland to get the better of Oman team in this match.
Ireland will win the match!
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