(Kenya VS Uganda), Kenya and Uganda each triumphed in their opening league encounter. Uganda defeated Botswana by six wickets while Kenya defeated Rwanda by three wickets. They will want to maintain their recent winning streak. But We Expected To Win Kenya Team.
Match Prediction, Kenya VS Uganda Details:
The Location: Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi
The Date & Time: On Tuesday 13th June, At 11:00 AM GMT / 02:00 PM LOCAL
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: N/A
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Match Information Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi
The Nairobi Gymkhana Club Ground has benefited the bowlers. It has been challenging for batsmen to collect big scores here. Fast bowlers should experience some swing on this course.
Match Prediction, Kenya VS Uganda Squad List:
Uganda: Brian Masaba (C), Cyrus Kakuru (wk), Bilal Hassan, Henry Ssenyondo, Frank Nsubuga, Roger Mukasa, Kenneth Waiswa, Dinesh Nakrani, Riazat Ali Shah, Alpesh Ramjani, Simon Ssesazi
Match Prediction, Kenya VS Uganda Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Rakep Patel: In Kenyan cricket, Rakep Patel, a promising young player, bats aggressively right-handed and occasionally also plays off-spin. When Patel was 17 years old, he played his first match for Kenya, representing the Kenya Selected Team against Westerns in the Logan Cup competition in Zimbabwe. Patel started his professional life in the bottom middle order but has since advanced up the order. His best ODI performance to date came in the opening match against the Netherlands in Nairobi in February 2010 when he hit 92 to help his team win by six wickets.
The Best Bowler:
Collin Obuya: Collins Obuya gained attention as a legspinner all-rounder during Kenya’s incredible run to the World Cup semifinals in 2003, taking 13 wickets at a strike rate of 28.76, including 5 for 24 against Sri Lanka in Nairobi. As a result, Warwickshire offered him a one-year contract, but he did not perform well. His next chance to compete on an important level was the 2004 Champions Trophy, which he was unable to participate in due to appendicitis. After that, he took part in the players’ strike before moving to South Africa to play club cricket. His bowling performance remained difficult.