Hong Kong vs Scotland Prediction 10th T20 Match Group B March 12 2016, HNG vs SCT qualifier 10th match astrology prediction tips preview Who Will Win Today Match
Afghanistan tackle Zimbabwe in what is a certain prerequisite win diversion for the two sides in the Group B qualifiers at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium on 12 March. The champ of this beguilement will meet all prerequisites for the Super 10 of the rule draw.
Afghanistan come into this delight on the back of constant wins and at this moment sit on the most noteworthy purpose of the table with 4 centers. Both their batsmen and bowlers have looked incredible so far in the World T20 qualifiers. What has been especially awesome is that they have played as a gathering and the spirit with which they play the delight is restoring to see.
Spinner Mohammad Nabi and wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad are basic if Afghanistan are to beat Zimbabwe, while the region of Pakistan batting legend Inzamam-ul-Haq in the tunnel is an unmistakable help for the gathering, who will plan to share in their second consecutive T20 World Cup.
Zimbabwe too come into this delight on the back of two wins and have four concentrates, as of late behind their foes Afghanistan on run rate. Brendan Taylor’s nonattendance due to retirement is still particularly felt. Nevertheless, chief Hamilton Masakadza has lead his troops well, with seniors Vusi Sibanda, Elton Chigumbura and Sean Williams all pulling through for the team.Mohammad Nabi, off-spinner, stowed four wickets to offer Afghanistan some help with loping to their second consecutively win in the humbling in order to assemble stage a doing combating Hong Kong by six wickets at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur on Thursday (March 10).
Hong Kong vs Scotland Prediction 10th T20 Match Group B March 12 2016
Scotland will win
Batting, the Hong Kong batsmen blundered to 116 for six in their 20 overs, a score which Afghanistan could surpass in 18 overs.
In-structure Mohammad Shahzad and Noor Ali Zadran gave a solid start to Afghanistan and despite a few hiccups the Asghar Stanikzai-drove side still looked like top picks to make it to the accompanying round.Afghanistan face Zimbabwe in a knockout delight at Nagpur on Saturday. Both gatherings have won both matches in their social affairs, and now the champ of this beguilement will pick who encounters to the Super 10s.
In any case, Afghanistan, not Zimbabwe, are the top picks. Both structure and history are on their side. Afghanistan are situated ninth in T20 internationals, while Zimbabwe are eleventh. Afghanistan have also never been beaten by Zimbabwe in four endeavors.Scotland turned into the main group to be dispensed with from ICC T20 World Cup 2016 after its second sequential misfortune in qualifying rounds. Zimbabwe beat Scotland by 11 keeps running in Nagpur on Thursday. Batting to start with, the Hamilton Masakadza-drove side made 147 for seven in 20 overs. Sean Williams (53) and Elton Chigumbura (20) top scored for Zimababwean side. Scotland, in answer, were rocked the bowling alley out at 136 in twentieth over.
“It was a troublesome begin for us, they knocked down some pins well in advance and we had the opportunity to have a turn the end. We knew we must be sure, and had that organization with Richie Berrington gone on another a few overs, we may have made it,” Scotland’s captain, Preston Mommsen, said.
Hong Kong likewise smashed out of the competition after a six-wicket misfortune against Afghanistan in their second qualifying match, played at Nagpur on Thursday. Afghanistan whipped Hong Kong by six wickets to post their second successive triumph in the competition. Batting in the first place, Hong Kong was limited to 166 for six in 20 overs. Afghanistan serenely pursued down the unobtrusive focus with six wickets and two overs to save. The misfortune implies an early exist for Hong Kong from the International Cricket Council Twenty20 World Cup 2016. Hong Kong tackle Scotland in the tenth match of the 2016 qualifier on Saturday at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur. Both these groups are playing their last round of the competition as they have as of now been dispensed with from the opposition.
Yet to win a diversion in the opposition, Hong Kong smashed out of the competition after a six-wicket misfortune to Afghanistan in their second qualifying amusement, played at the same venue on Thursday. The group honed by Charlie Burke, were not anticipated that would qualify and this experience can just offer them some assistance with going further.