Oman vs Scotland T20 WC Warm-up Match Prediction Tips Preview Who Will Win on Friday 4th March 2016. This practice match is schedule to play among Scotland and Oman t20 teams at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh. Get the Today T20 World Cup Match Prediction and cricinfo coverage of live score here at cricfrog.com
The ICC World T20 2016 will be Oman’s first appearance at a worldwide occasion. They went into the World T20 Qualifier in Scotland and Ireland with a worldwide positioning of 29 and were viewed as the untouchables among every one of the 14 groups before they fixed a celebrated capability with a dazzling win over Namibia.
Oman are a really strong outfit, with a solid private alcove staff helping their ascent. They are instructed by Duleep Mendis and the spinners are being aided by Sunil Joshi, the previous Indian allrounder. Joshi had a recognized residential vocation that crossed almost two decades, and knows everything to think about Indian conditions.
Oman gave a genuinely decent record of themselves in the Asia Cup qualifying rounds, where they were up against UAE, Hong Kong and Afghanistan. They began well in their first excursion with a five-run win over Hong Kong, with Jatinder Singh hitting a strong 42 off 35 balls. In any case, they staggered against Afghanistan, losing by three wickets in a tight experience where Adnan Ilyas and Zeeshan Maqsood both hit fifties. Maqsood scored 115 in three matches however Oman inevitably neglected to meet all requirements for the primary competition after a 71-run rout against the UAE.
Oman vs Scotland Match Prediction
Oman will win the toss and choose to ball first but Scotland will win the match.
Oman will depend on experienced players vigorously in this competition. Eight of the men in their 15-player squad are as of now more than 30, and Munis Ansari, the right-arm pacer, is set to turn 30 on April 1.
Gift Bradburn fights Scotland are equipped for making shockwaves at the anticipated ICC World Twenty20 – in spite of their unenviable record in worldwide competitions.
In three past invasions in the 50-over World Cup and two in its Twenty20 partner, the Saltires have left at the principal obstacle on every event with a joined 17 massacres in 18 matches, and one no-outcome, which does not foreshadow well for their task in India.
There were indications of advancement at the 2015 World Cup, where they gave New Zealand and Bangladesh a panic, while an overlaid edged chance to annihilation Afghanistan went asking.
In any case, Scotland have generally remained by the same squad as a year ago, with Preston Mommsen at the end of the day driving a group that incorporates experienced Northamptonshire batsman Kyle Coetzer and Sussex’s Matt Machan. Exceedingly appraised youthful bowlers Gavin Main and Mark Watt are among the new considerations.
Every one of the 15 individuals from the squad have been topped at universal level, however, and Scotland head mentor Bradburn thinks breaking their duck at a worldwide occasion could impel them to new statures.
Oman T20 Team Squad: Sultan Ahmed (capt, wk), Aamir Kaleem (vice-capt), Syed Amir Ali, Munis Ansari, Jatinder Singh, Ajay Lalcheta, Mehran Khan, Rajesh Ranpura, Sufyan Mehmood, Vaibhav Wategaonkar, Zeeshan Ahmad Siddiqui, Zeeshan Maqsood, Bilal Khan, Adnan Ilyas, Aaqib Ilyas.
Scotland T20 Team Squad: Preston Mommsen (capt), Kyle Coetzer (vice-capt), Alasdair Evans, Calum MacLeod, Con de Lange, Gavin Main, George Munsey, Josh Davey, Mark Watt, Matt Machan, Matthew Cross, Michael Leask, Richie Berrington, Rob Taylor, Safyaan Sharif.