Scotland (SCO) will square off against Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the match no 14 of ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier, 2019. This Group A will take place on Oct 21, 2019, at ICC Academy Ground in Dubai. PNG team has played some good cricket in this tournament with victory from both the game they have played so far. PNG defeated Namibia in their previous game by 81 runs. Speaking about Scotland, they have played two games so far, in which they have won one and lost one. They will enter this match with a victory over Kenya. Meanwhile, fans who are looking for Dream11 Team Prediction of PNG vs SCO match along with tips to pick best all-rounders, wicket-keepers, batsmen and bowlers, should scroll down for details. Papua New Guinea Vs Scotland, Cricket Score 14th T20 Match.
PNG currently tops the point table with four points and strong net run rate of +4.337, followed by the Netherlands team. Papua New Guinea thrashed Namibia in their last match by 81 runs after posting a total of 197/7. PNG skipper Assad Vala scored 48 runs from 34 balls and had the figure of 3/19 in 3.1 overs for which he was awarded Player of the Match.
PNG vs SCO – Dream11 Team Prediction – Wicket-Keepers: We should go for two wicket-keepers for the Dream11 team. They should be Kiplin Doroga from Papua New Guinea and Matthew Cross from Scotland.
PNG vs SCO– Dream11 Team Prediction – Batsmen: Dream11 allows us to choose upto six batsmen, however, you should select only four for your team. They should be Kyle Coetzer (SCO), Calum Macleod (SCO), Tony Ura (PNG) and Lega Siaka (PNG).
PNG vs SCO – Dream11 Team Prediction: All-rounders: Dream11 has allowed us the facility to choose upto four all-rounders, however, you should go for only one and it should be PNG skipper Assad Vala.
PNG vs SCO – Dream11 Team Prediction: Bowlers: We have balance four players left for the Dream11 team which should be filled up by the bowlers. They should be Josh Davey (SCO), Norman Vanua (PNG), Jason Kila (PNG) and Nosaina Pokana (PNG).
PNG vs SCO– Dream11 Team Prediction: Kyle Coetzer (SCO), Calum Macleod (SCO), Tony Ura (PNG), Lega Siaka (PNG), Assad Vala (PNG), Kiplin Doroga (PNG), Matthew Cross (SCO), Josh Davey (SCO), Norman Vanua (PNG), Jason Kila (PNG), Nosaina Pokana (PNG)
Scotland has also done pretty well in the tournament so far. They lost their 1st game to Singapore by a minute margin of two runs. However, they came back strong against the Kenyan side to defeat them by 31 runs. Scottish bowler Richie Berrington had a figure of 3/17 in that game which helped his side defend the target of 171 runs.