Papua New Guinea (PNG) will lock horns with Namibia (NAM) in the second semi-final of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers 2019. The match will be played on November 1 at the Dubai International Stadium. Both sides have already secured their berth in the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 and now will aim to conquer the ongoing tournament too. Meanwhile, if you are a fan of fantasy game Dream11, you can scroll down to get the best tips to pick all-rounders, batsmen, bowlers and wicket-keepers from the PNG vs Nam, 2nd semi-final clash. Papua New Guinea Vs Namibia, Cricket Score 2nd Semi-Final T20 Match.
In the group stages, PNG were at the pinnacle at the group A points table with five wins from six games. On the same list, Namibia finished in the third position with four victories from six clashes. PNG directly made a place in the semi-finals by virtue of finishing the group stage at the top. While Namibia defeated Oman in the second playoff to advance to the semis. It is also the first instance when these two teams have qualified for the T20 World Cup and will want to put up a decent performance in the showpiece tournament. Focusing on the Dream11 of the 2nd semi-final clash, let’s look at the strongest XI of the PNG vs NAM match.
PNG vs NAM – Dream11 Team Prediction – Wicket-Keepers: You can pick just 1-4 wicket-keeper in your team and going by the form Kiplin Doriga of Namibia is the best pick.
PNG vs NAM – Dream11 Team Prediction – Batsmen: One can pick 3-6 batsmen in their Dream11 team. Sese Bau (NAM), Tony Ura (NAM), Gerhard Erasmus (SCO) and S Baard (SCO) are the best pick for the batsmen in your team.
PNG vs NAM – Dream11 Team Prediction – All-Rounders: 1-4 all-rounders can be chosen in a Dream11 team. Charles Amini (PNG) and JJ Smit (NAM) are the best picks.
PNG vs NAM – Dream11 Team Prediction – Bowlers: 3-6 bowlers are allowed in a Dream11 side. Jan Frylinck (NAM), Bernard Scholtz (NAM), Chad Soper (PNG) and Damien Ravu (PNG) are the best picks for the bowlers in your side.
PNG vs NAM – Dream11 Team Prediction – S Bau (NAM), T Ura (NAM), G Erasmus (SCO), S Baard (SCO), Kiplin Doriga (NAM), C Amini (PNG), J Smit (NAM), Jan Frylinck (NAM), Bernard Scholtz (NAM), Chad Soper (PNG), Damien Ravu (PNG)
The winner of this clash will meet either Ireland or Netherlands in the finals who will tussle in the first semi-final. In spite of the result of the tournament, 16 teams are decided who will feature in the next year’s gala event and an action-packed tournament is expected to take place in Australia.