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Toss Winner - Scotland won the toss and chose to bat first
United Arab Emirates beat Scotland by 5 wickets
Challenge for UAE’s batsmen against Scotland’s bowlers
Scotland to win
Tournament: ICC Cricket World Cup League Two 2019-22 | Format: ODI | Venue: Moosa Cricket Stadium, Pearland, Texas, United States | Toss: To BatBet Now
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The United Arab Emirates would be under pressure as they take on Scotland in the next game of the ICC Cricket World Cup League Two 2019-23. UAE went down by 4 wickets in the last game against the same opponent and must win this one to improve their position on the points table. Scotland would be confident after their win in the last game and shall look to carry this momentum forward.
Scotland has won the last nine out of the ten games they have played in the tournament, and they would be high on confidence. These conditions suit their style of play as the side has batsmen who can negotiate variable bounce. UAE needs to get its acts together in this game and we will have to wait and see if they can earn an important win in this contest.
Ahmed Raza’s side needs to play as a unit to win. They have for too long depended on individual brilliance to ride them through tough challenges. The Emirates’ skipper would like to see his batsmen convert their starts into big scores and bowlers stick to a bowling plan in this game. They are up against a tough opponent and need to be at their best.
Muhammad Wase and Chirag Suri form a good opening pair and they will have to set up a good opening wicket stand in the game. Suri will need to improve his strike rate as his approach hurt the side. Chundangapoyil Rizwan and Vriitya Aravind must build partnerships. However, the side would need runs from the likes of Rohan Mustafa, Basil Hameed, and Alishan Sharafu down the order as this has been one of their weaknesses in recent games.
Daud and Junaid Siddique did well with the ball in the last game and they will need to put Scotland under pressure with the new ball. Basil Hameed and Mustafa are experienced campaigners, and the side would like to see them rise in this contest. Raza, Zahoor Khan, and Rizwan bring variety to this attack and they will have to make the best use of the conditions.
Ahmed Raza (c), Muhammad Wase, Chirag Suri, Chundangapoyil Rizwan, Vriitya Aravind (wk), Rohan Mustafa, Basil Hameed, Kashif Daud, Alishan Sharafu, Zahoor Khan, Junaid Siddique
Chirag Suri, Akif Raja, Zawar Farid, Waseem Muhammad, Chundangapoyil Rizwan, Basil Hameed, Vriitya Aravind, Kashif Daud, Ahmed Raza, Karthik Meiyappan, Alishan Sharafu
It was a captain’s knock from Kyle Coetzer that took the side to a victory in the last game. Twice in the last three games, their top order has collapsed, and this would worry the skipper. As the side plays its last game in this leg of the tournament Coetzer would look for a professional performance from his players.
Coetzer played a solid knock, and he will look to set up a good opening wicket stand with Matthew Cross who didn’t score many runs in the last game. Richie Berrington has been in good form, and he will look to build partnerships with Calum MacLeod and George Munsey. They have several all-rounders and bat deep and runs would be expected from Michael Leask and Dylan Budge.
Chris Sole and MacLeod used the new ball well in the last game and the pair would be looking for early strikes in the game. Adrian Neill and Hamza Tahir also bowled well, and they will look to make the best use of these conditions. Bulge, Greaves, and Leask are experienced bowlers, and they will look to trouble the UAE batters.
Kyle Coetzer (c), Matthew Cross (wk), Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington, George Munsey, Dylan Budge, Chris Greaves, Michael Leask, Chris Sole, Hamza Tahir, Adrian Neill
Calum MacLeod, Kyle Coetzer, Richie Berrington, Olly Davidson, Matthew Cross, Chris Sole, Safyaan Sharif, Chris Greaves, George Munsey, Michael Leask, Dylan Budge
We will see a bright and warm day at Pearland on June 03. The wicket has been flat here, and batsmen have played their strokes easily. It has got a bit slower in the last couple of games and this is creating doubts in the minds of batsmen. A score of 270 runs or more would be a good one for the surface for the side batting first.
Moosa Stadium, Pearland, Texas has a good batting surface and a fast outfield. Fast bowlers do get the ball to move in the early overs, but batsmen have been able to play their strokes freely on this surface. Spinners who vary their pace can do well as the ball stops on the batsmen occasionally.
The wicket has shown signs of slowness in the last two games, and we are seeing sides struggling with the bat, especially in the second innings. It is a good wicket to bat first as the ball tends to stop on the batsmen in the second half of the game. The side winning the toss would opt to bat first.
The United Arab Emirates had a poor outing with the bat in the last game. The side would need to show more intent and play aggressive cricket rotating the strike which they failed to do in the last game. Scotland would be confident after their big win. They have experienced players on the side, and this would put them ahead in the contest.
Scotland to win
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