The Quadrangular Series in Oman arrives at a resolution as the hosts intend to rescue some pride as they attempt and break their duck against Scotland on Sunday. Scotland put in an energetic execution against the Irish after they were put to the blade by Paul Stirling and Kevin O’Brien in the primary portion of the innings and will look support that force as they look for success against the hosts.
Oman has awed in patches against built up groups, for example, Netherlands and Ireland however haven’t grabbed the vital turning points which has to lead to their defeat. In their predicament to end the competition on a high, an engaging match is on the cards between the two up and coming cricketing countries.
Scotland: Kyle Coetzer (C), Ally Evans, Chris Greaves, Michael Leask, Richie Berrington, Matthew Cross, Adrian Neill, Calum MacLeod, George Munsey, Hamza Tahir, Safyaan Sharif, Ruaidhri Smith, Craig Wallace, Mark Watt.
Oman: Ajay Lalcheta (C), Fayyaz Butt, Khawar Ali, Wasim Ali, Bilal Khan, Mehran Khan, Aamir Kaleem, Kaleemullah, Naseem Khushi, Khurram Nawaz, Jay Odedra, Sufyan Mehmood, Mohammad Nadeem, Jatinder Singh.
Scotland: Regarding batting, George Munsey, Matthew Cross, Kyle Coetzer and Calum MacLeod are the serious canons for Scotland. MacLeod has been their most steady entertainer with the bat for a long while now. He broke 50 years against Netherlands and he will be relied upon to play a major thump in this match too. Cross, who had best scored with 47 against Oman in the 2017 Desert T20 Challenge, is another solid batsman at the highest point of the request. Quick bowlers Safyaan Sharif and Alasdair Evans alongside left-arm spinner Mark Watt are the real dangers in Scotland’s bowling gathering. Sharif and Watt took five wickets between themselves against Oman in the Desert T20 Challenge and they are required to cause issues for the hosts by and by. Evans bowled a closefisted spell against the Dutch and he will hope to baffle the Omani batsmen by making them endeavor to score their runs.
Probable 11: Munsey, Coetzer (C), Cross(WK), Wallace, Leask, Watt, Safyaan, MacLeod, Berrington, Evans, Tahir.
Oman: Oman’s batting depends fundamentally on Khawar Ali, Jatinder Singh, Aamir Kaleem and Khurram Nawaz. Khawar has scored the most keeps running for the group in T20Is. Be that as it may, the opener has figured out how to score only seven runs so far in this competition and this will put extra weight on whatever remains of the best request batsmen. Jatinder has batted well in both the recreations, particularly in the last amusement against Netherlands. Khurram too made a critical commitment last time and the hosts will need both these batsmen to proceed with their great structure. Oman have some capable bowlers in their side with pacers Bilal Khan, Mohammad Nadeem and Fayyaz Butt being the ones to keep an eye out for. Fayyaz was the most great of the trio in the amusement against Ireland where he got two wickets for only 19 keeps running from his four overs. While he will be Oman’s key man with the ball, it will be up to Bilal to deliver harm on Scotland in the powerplay.
Probable 11: Khawar Ali, Goud, Jatinder, Khurram, Lalcheta (C), Nadeem, Fayyaz, Mehran, Naseem(WK), Odedra and Bilal.
Fantasy Cricket Tips for Sco vs Omn Dream11 Team:
Wicket-keep: Matt Cross
Bat: Kyle Coetzer, George Munsey, Jatinder Singh, Khurram Khan
All-round: Richie Berrington, Michael Leask, Ajay Lalcheta
Bowl: Safyaan Sharif, Bilal Khan and Mohammad Nadeem
Captain Vice CaptainPicks:
- Kyle Coetzer
- Matt Cross
- Richie Berrington
- Ajay Lalchet