PNG vs SCO Dream11 Grand League Prediction | ICC Mens Cricket World Cup League 2 2019 |

Updated on: Aug 17, 2019 3:12 pm IST

  • PNG VS SCO Dream11

    Preview: 

    After being demolished by Oman in the first two matches of the tournament, both Papua New Guinea and Scotland would now lock horns in the 3rd game of 2019 Scotland ODI Tri-Series at Mannofield Park in Aberdeen.

    Talking about PNG last fixture, they started well against Oman, thanks to a 77-run opening partnership but somehow inconsistency resulted in engraving only 229/8 in 50 overs. Although, it looked like a defendable total but Oman’s unbeaten 90-run partnership killed all the PNG hopes.

    On the other hand, host Scotland was bundled out for 168 runs which were easily chased down by Oman in 45.1 overs with the loss of two wickets.

    The match is set to begin at 3:30 PM IST.


    Match schedule: 

    PNG vs SCO, third match, ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 2019

    Mannofield Park,  Aberdeen1

    17th August 2019, 3:30 PM IST


    Last five completed List A matches:

    Scotland: L, L, L, W, L.

    Papua New Guinea: L, W, W, L, L


    Pitch report: 

    After the first two games, it can be stated that the surface at Mannofield Park is high scoring. Weather is expected to be supportive on the matchday with no rain interruption.

    Venue stat:

    Avg 1st inn score: 221
    Avg 2nd inn score: 183
    Highest Total: 402/2 (50 Ov) by NZ vs IRE
    Lowest Total: 101/10 (33.2 Ov) by SCO vs NZ
    Highest Chased: 287/4 (48.4 Ov) by Can vs SCO
    Lowest Defended: 167/6 (20 Ov) by ENG vs SCO

    PNG vs SCO Team News: 

    • Although PNG lost the first game but they seemed a bit balanced side, so they are likely to step up with the same playing 11.
    • Scotland was asked to kneel down by Oman in the first game, but changes are only expected unless the game is a dead rubber. So they are likely to enter the arena with the same playing 11 too.

    Squads:

    Scotland:

    Calum MacLeod, George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer, Richie Berrington, Michael Leask, Craig Wallace, Matthew Cross, Adrian Neill, Alasdair Campbell Evans, Gavin Main, Hamza Tahir, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif, Tom Sole

    Papua New Guinea

    Assad Vala, Hiri Hiri, Kiplin Doriga, Lega Siaka, Sese Bau, Charles Amini, Gaudi Toka, Simon Atai, Tony Ura, Chad Soper, Damien Ravu, Norman Vanua, Nosaina Pokana, Riley Hekure


    PNG vs SCO Probable playing 11:

    Scotland:

    Matthew Cross, Kyle Coetzer, Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington, George Munsey, Craig Wallace, Tom Sole, Safyaan Sharif, Mark Watt, Adrian Neill, Alasdair Campbell Evans

    Papua New Guinea:

    Tony Ura, Gaudi Toka, Assad Vala, Lega Siaka, Charles Amini, Sese Bau, Kiplin Doriga, Chad Soper, Norman Vanua, Damien Ravu, Nosaina Pokana


    Toss Update:

    Scotland has won the toss and elected to bat first

    IN – Leask, Main and Tahir

    OUT – Sole, Evans and Neill

    PNG vs SCO Dream 11 Grand League prediction

    Team 1 and 2: PNG bats first and defends the total in the closely fought game.

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, T Ura, K Coetzer, C Wallace

    All-rounder: C Amini, R Berrington

    Bowlers: N Pakanam G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and vice-captain: A Vala & C Wallace

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, T Ura, K Coetzer, C Wallace

    All-rounder: C Amini, R Berrington

    Bowlers: N Pakanam G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and vice-captain: K Doriga & R Berrington

    Team 3 & 4: Scotland bats first and successfully defend the score

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, K Coetzer, C Wallace, G Munsey

    All-rounder: C Amini, R Berrington

    Bowlers: N Pakanam G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and Vice-Captain: K Coetzer & A Neill

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, G Munsey, K Coetzer, C Wallace

    All-rounder: C Amini, R Berrington

    Bowlers: A Neill G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and Vice-Captain: M Watt & G Munsey

    Team 5&6: PNG bats first and Scotland completes the chase.

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, S Bau, K Coetzer, C Wallace

    All-rounder: C Soper, R Berrington

    Bowlers: A Neill G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and Vice-Captain: M Cross & R Berrington

    Wicketkeeper: K Doriga, M Cross

    Batsmen: A Vala, S Bau, K Coetzer, C Wallace

    All-rounder: C Soper, R Berrington

    Bowlers: A Neill G Toka,  M Watt

    Captain and vice-captain: C Wallace & M Watt

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