Hong Kong and Scotland will mean to proceed with their triumphant force when they go up against each other in the first Day International of a two-match arrangement at the Grange Cricket Club Ground in Edinburgh on Thursday (September 8). In spite of a 70-run misfortune in the ICC Intercontinental Cup match against Ireland, Hong Kong skiped back to win the Twenty20 International arrangement against the same rival.
Riding on Nizakat Khan and Babar Hayat’s hard-hitting thumps, Hong Kong dazed Ireland by 40 keeps running in the main T20I, and wound up as 1-0 victor in the arrangement after the second match was deserted because of downpour.
Scotland as well, has been in great frame as of late, having finished an arrangement clear over United Arab Emirates in the pair of ICC World Cricket League Championship installations between the sides.
Scotland vs Hong Kong 1st ODI Prediction Who Will Win 8th Sep, 2016
Scotland will win
After its Intercontinental Cup installation against UAE finished in an attract because of downpour, Scotland rode on hundreds of years from Kylie Coetzer and Preston Mommsen, the chief, to secure a pounding 98-run win the main WCL 50-over challenge. In the second match, Calum MacLeod featured with a fine 103 to help Scotland seal a seven-wicket win.
Before its voyage through the United Kingdon, Hong Kong had an adjustment in authority – Babar Hayat assuming control from Tanwir Afzal, who chose to venture down to concentrate on his diversion. The move paid off as Afzal gave back a match pull of 7 for 116 against Ireland in the Intercontinental Cup coordinate and took 2 for 18 in the primary T20I. Hayat as well, reacted decidedly, scoring a 31-ball 49 in the main T20I.
Notwithstanding Josh Davey’s prohibition, Scotland held the same squad that highlighted in the WCL matches against UAE. Gavin Main, the uncapped quick bowler why should set supplant Davey, will be accessible just for the second ODI.
Gift Bradburn, the Scotland mentor, was energetic about his side’s odds taking after the arrangement win over UAE, and said they’ll expect to end their season on a high. “Our players will savor the chance to play two more ODIs before the mid year closes and are anxious to complete the home season on a positive note,” said Bradburn.