Under 19 World Cup 2016: Namibia vs Scotland Match Prediction Guide Who Will Win on Friday, 29th January 2016. The 9th ODI match of ICC U19 World Cup 2016 from Group A set to play between Scotland vs Namibia match prediction live from Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’s Bazar. Get 100% sure match prediction tips with expert reviews and team analysis here at cricfrog.com
Namibia qualified for their sixth World cup by winning the Africa Under-19 Championship Division One tourney. By finishing at the top of the table with eight points – thanks to skipper Zane Green’s tournament aggregate of 271 runs – Namibia booked their ticket for Bangladesh in February last year where they won four of their five matches. However, on a tour to Zimbabwe they were beaten 2-1. They will aim to better their best ever 11th-place finish in Kuala Lumpur 2008. However, the absence of regular competitive matches against the top sides will make their task quite difficult. Zane Green and SJ Loftie-Eaton will be playing their second World Cup and expectedly will be required to bring out their experience to the fore. Green will hope that his statement “anything can happen in cricket” comes true as they target a top-8 finish which requires progress to the next round.
Under 19 World Cup 2016: Namibia vs Scotland Match Prediction Guide
Scotland will win toss ball first and win match.
After their shock win over Ireland on the final day of the 2015 ICC Europe Under-19 Championship, Scotland ensured their World Cup spot by finishing at the top of the points table on net-run rate. Neil Flack was the tournament’s highest run getter (166) while Haris Aslam was adjudged as the Most Valuable Player of the tournament for his 15 scalps. A training camp in Sri Lanka was held to fine tune their preparations for the biennial tournament. They also harbour hopes of making it to the knockout stage but will need to punch above their weight for that to happen. Captain Flack will be their batting mainstay while Aslam will lead the bowling attack.
Namibai U19 ODI Team: Zane Green(c), Petrus Burger, Charl Brits, Fritz Coetzee, Niko Davin, Sj Loftie-Eaton, Mushi Honga, Burton Jacobs, Lohan Louwrens, Jurgen Linde, Michael Van Lingen, Chrischen Oliver, Francios Rautenbach, Warren Van Wyk, Eben Van Wyk,
Scotland U19 ODI Team: Neil Flack (c), Haris Aslam, Ryan Brown, Scott Cameron, Harris Carnegie, Mohammad Azeem Dar, Mohammad Ghaffar, Rory Johnston, Ihtisham Malik, Finlay McCreath, Mitchell Rao, Owais Shah, Simon Whait, Jack Waller, Ben Wilkinson.