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SCO vs NAM T20 World Cup 2021: Possible Playing 11 of Namibia

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NAM Playing 11: The Namibia team will lock horns against Scotland team in the Match 21 of the T20 World Cup 2021. They won 2 of their 3 league matches to make it to the Super 12 stage of the tournament.

The Namibia team won their last league match against Ireland by 8 wickets. The bowlers like Frylinck, Wiese put up a fine show to contain the opposition to a score of 125. Then the team got a good start with Green and Williams at the helm. Then captain Gerhard Erasmus and all rounder David Wiese were clinical with their performances to chase down the total with 9 balls to spare.


Team News

  • The team qualified foe the first time in a Super 12 stage of T20 World Cup 2021.
  • They are expected to play with the same 11 as of the last group match.

NAM Playing 11 (likely)

The Namibia team will be confident of their skills in both the departments. They won their last 2 group matches to make it to the Super 12 stage. In this fixture, they will play with another associate nation, Scotland, and are likely to know their strengths and weaknesses.

The bowlers like Jan Frylinck, David Wiese, and Ruben will have to replicate the same performances as of the group stages. While the batters like Zane Green, Gerhard Erasmus, and David Wiese have been consistent run scorers for the team. No changes are expected in the Playing 11 of the team against Scotland.

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NAM Playing 11 (likely)

1. Zane Green (wk)
2. Craig Williams
3. Michael van Lingen
4. Gerhard Erasmus (c)
5. David Wiese
6. JJ Smit
7. Jan Frylinck
8. Pikky Ya France
9. Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton
10. Ruben Trumpelmann
11. Bernard Scholtz

Namibia Squad

Namibia Squad: Gerhard Erasmus (c), Stephen Baard, Karl Birkenstock. Michau du Preez, Jan Frylinck, Zane Green, Nicol Lofie-Eaton, Bernard Scholtz, Ben Shikongo, JJ Smit, Ruben Trumpelmann, Michael van Lingen, David Wiese, Craig Williams, Picky Ya France


Where to Watch SCO vs NAM Live T20 World Cup 2021

WATCH SCO vs NAM T20 Live on Star Sports 1 and Disney+ Hotstar. The Star Sports Network has the exclusive rights to telecast the T20 World Cup 2021 on TV and its streaming platforms. This fixture is set to be an interesting encounter between the teams trying hard to improve their performances and stature in World Cricket by competing well in the T20 World Cup 2021. It is expected to be a close encounter and will increase the viewership of the tournament and help it reach the most parts of the world apart from cricketing nations.


4 Fantasy picks for Scotland vs Namibia from NAM

1. David Wiese

The most experienced T20 cricketer of the side has helped the team to win 2 consecutive matches and enter the Super 12 stage. He has been successful to contribute in both departments, and has 100 runs, along with 3 wickets in the tournament.

Name Matches Runs/Wickets Average
David Wiese 3 100/3 100/21.66

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2. Gerhard Erasmus

The top order batsman will be a reliable pick due to his stable mindset and solid technique. In the last fixture, he scored 53 runs and is the leading run scorer for the team with 105 runs to his name, and will be the captain pick for your fantasy team.

Name Matches Runs Average
Gerhard Erasmus 3 105 52.50

3. Zane Green

The opener has been impressive since the warmup matches and will look to continue the good form to help the team in getting a good start in their first fixture of the Super 12 stage. In the last fixture, he scored 24 runs, which was very crucial for the team to play down important overs and lay stable platform.

Name Matches Runs Average
Zane Green 3 47 15.66

4. Jan Frylinck

One of the best performing bowlers in the limited overs for the Namibia team will look to be proficient in this game to contain runs in death overs and dismiss them as well. In the last match, Jan scalped 3 wickets and helped the team to restrict opposition for a low score.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Jan Frylinck 3 5 14.80

 

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