With 4 matches scheduled tomorrow, there's a lot to happen in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2018. With two super sixes matches and two playoffs there will be a lot of shuffle in the points table. We have mentioned the key players below who are expected to contribute to their team's winning.
Windies have won all of their matches so far. They are undefeated in the tournament so far. Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, skipper Jason Holder, and Shimron Hetmyer have played big innings with the bat and have helped in securing wins. Kemar Roach, Kesrick Williams, and Jason Holder have provided the required breakthroughs from time to time.
Afghanistan has finally made the way to super sixes. After three consecutive losses, it seemed difficult for it to even make into super sixes. However, the main journey starts from tomorrow. And all the eyes will be on skipper Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Najibullah Zadran and Mujeeb ur Rahman.
Skipper Kyle Coetzer, Richie Berrington, and Calum MacLeod are the strengths of Scotland. They have won three out of their 4 matches and have performed very well so far.
UAE is placed at third place in Group A. they have played 4 matches and have secured two wins. The team's performance mainly depends upon the skipper Rohan Mustafa, Rameez Shahzad, Ashfaq Ahmed, and Mohammad Naveed. UAE will definitely want some special performances from these players.
The twenty first playoff will be played between Netherlands and Hong Kong tomorrow at Kwekwe Sports Club, Kwekwe. Ryan ten Doeschate, Roelof van der Merwe, and Wesley Barresi will be the key players for Netherlands. Ryan ten Doeschate and Wesley Barresi scored half-centuries in the last match.
Hong Kong will rely upon Anshuman Rath, Ehsan Khan and Ehsan Nawaz for their tomorrow's clash against Netherlands.
Papua New Guinea-
The twenty-second playoff is scheduled between PNG and Nepal tomorrow at Old Hararians Sports Club. PNG has played 4 matches so far and has failed to secure a win. Skipper Assad Vala, Tony Ura, Alei Nao and Norman Vanua will be the key players.
Nepal grabbed a win in their last encounter. In tomorrow's clash against PNG, Nepal is expected to enter the ground as favorites. Skipper Paras Khadka, Sandeep Lamichhane, and Basant Regmi will have to take the charge.