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| On Oct 18, 2021 8:41 PM IST

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


SCO Playing 11: The Scotland team will clash with the Papua New Guinea in their 2nd league match of the T20 World Cup 2021. If they win this game, they will qualify for the Group stage.

In their last fixture, the they pulled off a brilliant win against the Bangladesh team. They posted 140 runs with the hefty contributions from George Munsey and Chris Greaves. Then in the bowling unit, Bradley Wheal and Chris Greaves were impressive to pick crucial wickets and keep opposition under pressure. This win must have created positive momentum for the team to win this fixture against the struggling Papua New Guinea team.

Team News

  • With a win in this match, they will qualify for the Group stages.
  • They are not expected to make any changes in the winning combination.

SCO Playing 11 (likely)

The Scotland team has a fine quality of players in their ranks, who have been proven performers in the T20 format. Few of the players are coming straight off after being a part of the English domestic tournaments, and will look to play according to their potential.

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No changes are expected in the Playing 11 of the Scotland team against Papua New Guinea, as they produced fine performances with the bat, and were terrific in the bowling unit. The experience of Munsey and Coetzer will be crucial, and bowlers like Bradley Wheal and Chris Greaves will look to continue the same form against Papua New Guinea.

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 SCO vs PNG Live T20 World Cup 2021

WATCH SCO vs PNG T20 World Cup 2021 LIVE on Star Sports 1 and Disney+ Hotstar. It will be a great exhibition of skills by the cricketers from associate nations to put up strong performances for their team to qualify for the group stages. This match will be be important, as both teams are on the brink of qualifying or getting eliminated from the tournament. The Disney + Hotstar Plans can be bought to Watch the Scotland vs Papua New Guinea team in action at the T20 World Cup 2021. The Scotland team will generate fine viewership due to their brilliant performances in the last league match.

4 Fantasy picks for Scotland vs Papua New Guinea from SCO

1. George Munsey

The experienced cricketer from Scotland will be crucial at the top order to provide contributions and helping them to get a good start. In the last fixture, Munsey scored 29 off 23 balls, and can accelerate in a fine fashion as well.

Name Matches Runs Average
George Munsey 44 1147 29.41

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2. Chris Greaves

The all rounder was terrific in the last fixture against Bangladesh to help the team get over the line and start off with a win. Greaves scored 45 runs off 28 balls and took 2 wickets, and will look to continue the same form.

Name Matches Runs/Wickets Average
Chris Greaves 2 45/3 45/12

3. Bradley Wheal

The bowler has been in a fine form in this year with his performances in the T20 cricket. He was one of the reasons for the Hampshire team getting qualified for the playoffs of T20 Blast. In the last fixture, he picked up 2 wickets and has 40 in T20s.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Bradley Wheal 30 40 20.67

4. Mark Watt

The consistent performer provided valuable contribution of 22 runs to the team in posting a respectable total of 140. He also picked up a wicket and will look to keep improving his performances. He has 50 wickets in 40 T20I matches.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Mark Watt 40 50 20

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