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| On Oct 21, 2021 12:06 AM IST

OMN vs SCO T20 World Cup 2021: Possible Playing 11 of Scotland


SCO Playing 11: The Scotland team will face off in their last league fixture against the Oman team. They are on the brink of qualification to group stage, as they just need to maintain their net run rate (even if they lose).

In the last fixture, the Scotland team registered a victory over the Papua New Guinea team. They posted a strong score of 165 on the board with the contribution of 70 and 45 from Berrington and Cross respectively. While the bowlers led by Josh Davey with 4 wickets, pulled off a 17 run win to make it 2/2 in the T20 World Cup 2021.

Team News

  • If they win, they will qualify for the group stages, while the run rate will matter if they lose.
  • They are not expected to make any changes in the winning combination.

SCO Playing 11 (likely)

The Scotland team is quite experienced in terms of T20 Cricket. Almost all the players have a contract with English domestic clubs, and play in the T20 Blast and Royal One Day Cup, which makes them prepared for any tournament/ series.

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The batters were impressive in the last match, with Berrington and Cross being the top performers. The captain Coetzer has been kept quiet by the opposition, and George Munsey need to convert his starts into a big one. The experience of Davey and Klaasen will be crucial for the team in the pressure situations. While all rounder Greaves and Watt have been in fine form.

SCO Playing 11 (likely)

1. George Munsey
2. Kyle Coetzer (c)
3. Matthew Cross (wk)
4. Richie Berrington
5. Calum MacLeod
6. Michael Leask
7. Chris Greaves
8. Mark Watt
9. Josh Davey
10. Safyaan Sharif
11. Bradley Wheal

Scotland Squad

Scotland Squad: George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer (c), Matthew Cross (wk), Richie Berrington, Calum MacLeod, Michael Leask, Chris Greaves, Mark Watt, Alasdair Evans, Safyaan Sharif, Bradley Wheal, Josh Davey, Dylan Budge, Craig Wallace, Hamza Tahir

Where to Watch OMN vs SCO Live T20 World Cup 2021

WATCH OMN vs SCO LIVE on Star Sports TV Network and Disney+ Hotstar app. This fixture will be the most important in terms of stakes associated for each team. The Host nation, Oman would look to keep their performances top notch in their home ground. While the Scotland are quality performers, but need to be cautious of their net run rate. The cricket fans can avail the Disney+ Hotstar app plans to stream the Oman vs Scotland match, while Star Sports 1 will telecast this match, and a great viewership is expected for them ahead of the Group stages of tournament.

4 Fantasy picks for Oman vs Scotland from SCO

1. George Munsey

The opener of the Scotland team will have to take the responsibility and provide a stable start to the team, and accelerate in the middle overs. He has been a part of various franchise leagues, and need to maintain fine composure and trust his abilities. In 45 T20I matches, he has scored 1162 runs at an average of 29.05.

Name Matches Runs Average
George Munsey 45 1162 29.05

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2. Richie Berrington

The top order batsman can be trusted due to his good track record in the limited overs format. In the last fixture againsr PNG, he stitched an important partnership and scored 70 off 49 balls and can be one of the best picks for this fixture.

Name Matches Runs Average
Richie Berrington 68 1589 32.42

3. Josh Davey

The bowler has a good experience in the T20 cricket, and most recently played for the Middlesex team in the T20 Blast 2021. She picked up 4 wickets in the last match, to help the team to secure consecutive victory in the T20 World Cup 2021.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Josh Davey 30 40 20.67

4. Mark Watt

The bowling all rounder played a vital role in the first league match, and picked a wicket with an economy of 6 in the second fixture. He has displayed ability to score runs in a brisk manner and will be a differential pick for Scotland’s last game against Oman.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Mark Watt 41 51 20

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