Scotland vs Afghanistan 1st ODI Prediction Who Will Win Jul 4 2016, SCT vs AFG Today Match Predictions Tips Who Will Win Today Match
Afghanistan will visit Scotland for two-match One-Day International (ODIs) arrangement against Scotland beginning from July 4 at Edinburgh. Both the matches will be held in the same venue. Afghanistan are coming more grounded against Scotland after their late win against Namibia with their captain Mohammad Shahzad taking his side to triumph by an innings with his thump of 139 in the Intercontinental Cup at Greater Noida. Looking back, Scotland’s ODI is the progressing competition of ICC World Cricket League Championship at UAE. Afghanistan have seen a bring up in their standard of cricket while Scotland are as yet discovering their opportunity to strike some fortunes in the ODIs. This could be the minute for the group to come more grounded and resuscitate in the shorter organization.
Since 2014, Afghanistan have changed their fortunes greatly. They accomplished their first ODI win securing the Asian Cricket Council Premier League that included Hong Kong, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman and UAE. It was a cake stroll for Afghanistan subsequent to accomplishing four wins from fifteen matches held. Their triumphant streak proceeded in 2015 and mid 2016 winning two ODI arrangement against Zimbabwe — one away and the other at home. They had momentous minute in Twenty20 International (T20I) also by advancing to the Super 10 in ICC T20 World Cup 2016, despite the fact that they were not able make it to the knockouts.
Scotland vs Afghanistan 1st ODI Prediction Who Will Win Jul 4 2016
Afghanistan will win
At the point when Afghanistan lost their seventh wicket as Gulbadin Naib in their 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup experience against Scotland in Dunedin, they were wavering on the very edge of an overwhelming annihilation. In any case, generally as the last whiff of trust noticeable all around was vanishing, Samiullah Shenwari restored the vain circumstance with a 147-ball 96 to convey them to a heart-halting one-wicket triumph. As Afghanistan’s players celebrated in unrehearsed responses, Preston Mommsen and Co. just stood vanquished, pondering what may have been.
The two sides will recharge their competition again in a two-match One-Day International (ODI) arrangement, beginning July 4 (Monday) at the Grange Cricket Club in Edinburgh. For the ODI arrangement against Afghanistan, the hosts would be hampered by the way that both Matt Machan and Josh Davey are occupied because of area duties.