(West Indies VS Scotland), West Indies will enter the contest as clear favorites due to the comeback of many of their top players. On June 13, the opening match of the ICC ODI World Cup Qualifiers Warm-up will take place between West Indies against Scotland. The competition will be held at the Harare Sports Club. However, We Expected To Win West Indies Team.
Match Prediction, West Indies VS Scotland Details:
The Location: Harare Sports Club, Harare
The Date & Time: On Tuesday 13TH June, At 12:30 PM IST
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: N/A
Match Prediction, West Indies VS Scotland Past Stats:
Match Prediction, West Indies VS Scotland Weather Information:
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Match Information About Harare Sports Club, Harare
The batters have had a good time on the cricket field in Harare Sports Club. To take wickets, bowlers must be effective. After winning the toss, the next move should be to field first.
Match Prediction, West Indies VS Scotland Squad List:
West Indies: Yannic Cariah, Johnson Charles, Shai Hope (C), Rovman Powell (wk), Shamarh Brooks, Keacy Carty, Roston Chase, Akeal Hosein, Brandon King, Alzarri Joseph, Keemo Paul, Kyle Mayers, Nicholas Pooran, Romario Shepherd
Scotland: Matthew Cross, Alasdair Evans, Richie Berrington (C), Chris Greaves, Michael Leask, Jack Jarvis, Tom Mackintosh, Chris McBride, Brandon Mcmullen, Adrian Neill, George Munsey, Safyaan Sharif, Chris Sole, Mark Watt, Hamza Tahir
Match Prediction, West Indies VS Scotland Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Kyle Mayers: After combining together some outstanding performances for Barbados in regional cricket in 2019–20, including scoring his first professional hundreds, he earned his spot. In the Regional Super50 match against the Leeward Islands, he hit 113 runs from the middle of the order but was unable to beat Jermaine Blackwood’s four-day run totals as Barbados advanced to win.
The Best Bowler:
Michael Leask: Leask is a capable off-spin bowler as well; he claimed three wickets in Scotland’s loss to Tasmania on their World Cup acclimatization tour in the autumn of 2014. Leask played for Northants in just one first-class event in 2014—a tour match against New Zealand A. He moved to Somerset during the 2016 season and was described as a “feisty cricketer” by Matt Maynard, the director of the cricket club.