CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Scotland vs Namibia on October 27 by Soubhagya Swain,41 days ago  

CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips

Scotland vs Namibia on October 27


Scotland comes into the game on the back of a morale-sapping loss to Afghanistan. They will look to return to winning ways with a big win at the expense of Namibia, who begin their Super 12 journey campaign with this fixture. Although Namibia was able to beat the odds and qualify for the Super 12 phase, they will start as the underdogs. With both teams eyeing a win in this fixture, a cracking contest beckons in Abu Dhabi.

Best economical pick – Although Zane Green hasn't fired for the Namibians in this tournament, he did find some form in the previous game against Ireland. Given his knack for scoring quick runs at the top of the order, Green should get the nod over Matt Cross, who isn't a bad bet for this game by any means.

Top captains & vice captains – David Wiese was one of the major reasons why Namibia made it to the Super 12 stage. The veteran all-rounder came up trumps in both their wins in Round 1. Given his knack for picking up wickets with subtle variations, he is one to watch out for in this contest. George Munsey is one of the best batters on the Associate Nations circuit. His experience in County cricket should hold him in good stead as he looks to make an impact for Scotland in this fixture, making him a must-have in your fantasy team.

Smart pick – Josh Davey has been Scotland's best bowler with his swing bowling and experience serving him well in Round 1. Although the Super 12 is a different ball game, Davey will look to continue his fine form against the Namibians and should ideally pick up a wicket or two.

Cautious Pick – Gerhard Erasmus has had a poor time in the UAE, with the Nambian captain not able to get going in the middle overs.

My XI – David Wiese (Captain), George Munsey (Vice-Captain), Zane Green, Josh Davey, Kyle Coetzer, Craig Williams, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif, Ben Shikongo, Richie Berrington, Calum MacLeod


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