Scotland v Afghanistan 1st ODI Match Prediction Report who will win this match which is being played on 4th July, 2016. Scotland vs Afghanistan today toss prediction, where to watch live match on local channels.
Scotland v Afghanistan will meet each other in the 1st match of ODI series 2016 on Monday. This match will live broadcast on local channels as match starts at 15:15 local (9:45 GMT) live Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place, Edinburgh.
Scotland v Afghanistan Today Match Preview
Afghanistan will play 2 matches in ODI series against Scotland starting from 4th July. Venue for the both matches is the same. Afghanistan team has performed well in Intercontinental Cup at Greater Noida in the captaincy Mohammad Shahzad and won the match against Namibia. Afghanistan is making progress in International cricket by improving their performance while Scotland team is still struggling and did not get any chance or opportunity to boost their level or confidence. Afghanistan has covered many milestones since 2014 and won matches from different teams. They win their first match in the Asian Cricket Council Premier League where the participant teams were Hong Kong, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman and UAE. They won 4 matches out of their first fifteen matches. They have also won 2 ODI series against Zimbabwe in the last of 2015 and start of 2016. They did not reach knockout stage but it was a great thing for them to participate in top ten in ICC T20 world cup 2016. On the other side Scotland started playing ODI in 1999 but they could not get sufficient success in their cricket journey.
Scotland v Afghanistan Prediction Tips
Afghanistan will win the toss choose to field first and win the match. As Afghanistan has won more matches than Scotland so they are more energetic and confident to defeat the Scotland in the upcoming match. Afghanistan is constantly improving their bowling and batting performance which has boosted their confidence.
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