George Munsey and Kyle Coetzer
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The 21st match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021 will have Namibia take on Scotland at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. Namibia would be proud of the way that they have played in the tournament thus far.

They didn’t start the tournament on a great note, having suffered a 7-wicket defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka. However, they made a dramatic turnaround as they went on to win their next two matches to seal a berth in the Super 12s.

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Namibia earned their first win of the ICC T20 World Cup against the Netherlands by 6 wickets, thanks to a blistering 66-run knock from David Wiese. This was followed by a do-or-die match victory over Ireland by 8 wickets.

Namibia bowled great lengths and didn’t allow Ireland to score runs easily in the first innings. Jan Frylinck picked three wickets, while David Wiese picked two wickets as Ireland were restricted to just 125 runs in the first innings.

Gerhard Erasmus then scored a match-winning half-century to help Namibia earn their second consecutive win of the tournament. David Wiese too made a valuable contribution of 28 runs off just 14 deliveries. Namibia will be playing their first game of the Super 12 round on Wednesday against Scotland. They would look to start their Super 12 campaign with a win.

On the other hand, Scotland are coming off a humiliating 130-run defeat at the hands of Afghanistan. Scotland won all three games in the first round to qualify for the Super 12 stage. However, a high-flying Scotland was brought down to the target by Afghanistan on Monday.

Scotland Cricket Team
Scotland Cricket Team. Credits: ICC

Riding on significant contributions from the top-four, Afghanistan notched a mammoth 190-run total in the first innings. Mark Watt and Safyaan Sharif looked decent with the ball, however, all the other bowlers went for more than 10 runs an over.

Sharif picked 3 for 44 in 4 overs, while Watt returned with impressive figures of 1 for 23 in 4 overs. Scotland needed a good start to chase down the score. Munsey and Kyle Coetzer made a decent start but once the latter departed, wickets fell in a cluster.

Scotland as a result were bundled out for just 60 runs, thereby losing the game by a massive 130 runs. Their best bet in the batting department, George Munsey, once again, failed to convert a decent start into a big score. Nevertheless, he top scored for the side with 25 runs in 18 balls.

SCO vs NAM Live Streaming Details- When And Where To Watch Scotland vs Namibia In Your Country? Match 21

David Wiese, Namibia
David Wiese helps Namibia into the Super 12. Image-Twitter

In India: Star Sports will broadcast this T20 World Cup 2021 match live in India. Disney+Hotstar VIP will provide the live streaming platform for this match.

(Apart from English and Hindi commentary, this match will be available in six other regional languages)

In Sub-Saharan Africa

SuperSport (SuperSport Cricket) will bring the live action of this T20 World Cup 2021 match in Sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa and Zimbabwe.

In the United Kingdom (UK) 

Sky Sports (Sky Sports Cricket) will bring the live action of the match in the United Kingdom (UK).

In the Caribbean 

ESPN will bring the live action of this T20 World Cup 2021 match in the Caribbean region. Flow Sports App will bring the live stream of this IPL match.

In the United States 

Willow TV will provide the live streaming services of this T20 World Cup 2021 match in the United States (USA) and Canada.

In Australia

Fox Sports (Fox Cricket) has scheduled to bring the live-action of this match in Australia.

In New Zealand 

Sky Sport (Sky Sport 2) will broadcast the match live in New Zealand.

United Arab Emirates: 

Etisalat Criclife will broadcast the match live in the United Arab Emirates.