Scotland Cricket Team At ICC CWC League 2 2024

Scotland made their first T20 World Cup appearance in 2007. Appearing in 5 editions of the T20 World Cup, Scotland never qualified to the Super 10s and does not hold an impressive record either in the history of the T20 World Cup and is still under major construction.

In the three most recent editions of the tournament, the team finished on (14th out of 16), (11th out of 16), and (12th out of 16) positions on the points table respectively which are eventually not enough for them to qualify for the further rounds. 

Still, with some team building, newly found prodigies, and the current arsenal of talented youngsters and seasoned veterans, Scotland team will look forward to better their performances and present some competitions to other teams in the tournament.

Now, in the 9th edition of the tournament, Scotland’s Captain Richie Berrington eyes the World Cup for yet another time and looking at the Scotland ICC T20 World Cup team, it flickers a hope of better performances from the team in the World Cup.

COMPLETED / Match 6 / Dubai International Cricket Stadium

Match postponed

COMPLETED / Match 5 / Dubai International Cricket Stadium

197/10 (47.3 ov)

Canada won by 5 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 3 / Dubai International Cricket Stadium

137/2 (23.4 ov)

Scotland won by 8 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 2 / Dubai International Cricket Stadium

215/8 (50 ov)

Canada won by 7 wickets

Scotland Stats

Most Run Scores
bat
3

Matches

141

Runs

3

Matches

91

Runs

2

Matches

72

Runs

Most Wickets Takers
3

Matches

4

Wickets

3

Matches

3

Wickets

1

Matches

2

Wickets

Scotland Players

wk

Charlie Tear

Wicket-Keeper

wk

Matthew Cross

Wicket-Keeper

bat

George Munsey

Batter

bat

Bas Zuiderent

Batter

bat

Andrew Umeed

Batter

all

Brandon McMullen

All Rounder

all

Michael Leask

All Rounder

FAQs

Richie Berrington captains the Scotland team in the T20 format.

Scotland team is a budding team of the T20 format and struggling to become a cup-contender team of the sport, winning 43 out of its 92 total T20I matches.

With the kind of players it has in its arsenal, from young guns to seasoned veterans, Scotland will look forward to pose some competitions to other teams in the tournament.