Afghanistan vs Scotland Prediction 2nd T20 Match Group B March 8 2016, Afg vs Sct qualifier 2nd match astrology prediction tips preview Who Will Win Today Match
ICC World Twenty20 (T20) 2016 will be the 6th version of ICC T20 Tournament beginning from March 8 to April 3. Scotland and Afghanistan will play their first match at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium on March 9. ICC World T20 will comprise of 35 men’s matches and 23 ladies’ matches with New Delhi and Mumbai facilitating the semi-finals, while the finals will be held at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Scotland and Afghanistan are partner groups who picked up their spot in ICC World T20 2016 through ICC World T20 Qualifiers played in Ireland and Scotland between July 6-26, 2015. Scotland has been at the top in ICC T20 Qualifier matches achieving the finals against Netherlands, which shockingly went ahead to get deserted.
Afghanistan then again figured out how to reach until the fifteenth Match, which was a simple win for Afghanistan against Scotland by 37 runs. They later went ahead to play qualifying matches against Papua New Guinea which they lost and went ahead to play fifth spot play-offs.
Afghanistan vs Scotland Prediction 2nd T20 Match Group B March 8 2016
Afghanistan can win
They picked up the fifth position, winning by 5 wickets against Oman in the qualifiers. Scotland had a high ground with the matches being held at their home ground. Since World Cup is being held in India, Scotland and Afghanistan need to get used to the conditions in India. New Delhi and Mumbai will have the semi-finals on 30 and 31 March, separately, while Eden Gardens in Kolkata will be the venue of the 3 April finals. The ladies’ semi-finals and last will be trailed by the men’s thump out matches. There is a store day for the finals.
The men’s occasion will convey an aggregate prize cash of $5.6million, which is a 86 for every penny increment from the 2014 competition, while the aggregate prize cash for the ladies’ occasion is $400,000, which is a 122 for each penny increment from the Bangladesh occasion.