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After losing their first Super 12 encounter against Afghanistan, Scotland will play the second game against Namibia on Wednesday at Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Scotland exhibited brilliant performances in the first round to reach the Super 12 stage. They won three out of three matches to reach the main round.

Mathew Cross and Richie Berrington,
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They began their campaign with a six-wicket win over Bangladesh before and followed it with two more wins to reach the top of the table. However, a flying Scotland was brought to the ground on Monday after suffering their first game of the Super 12 round against Afghanistan.

Afghanistan batsmen tore apart Scotland as they notched a mammoth 190-run total in the first innings. Safyaan Sharif picked 2 wickets for 33 runs in 4 overs. Josh Davey picked one wicket but went for 41 runs in his four overs, while Mark Watt claimed one for 23.

In reply, Scotland was bundled out for just 60 runs. George Munsey and Kyle Coetzer gave a decent start until Mujeeb Ur Rahman broke the partnership in the fourth over. Once Coetzer went back to the hut, wickets kept falling at regular intervals and Scotland batsmen fell like a pack of cards in no time. They would look to make a strong comeback ahead of the next game against Namibia.

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Namibia will proud of the way they have performed in the tournament so far. To reach the Super 12 stage is indeed a big achievement for T20 them. Even if they don’t win a game in the Super 12 round, they should be proud of the way they played in the tournament. Namibia began their campaign with a defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka but then made a terrific turnaround as they beat Netherlands and Ireland to seal a place for the next round.

Their last game against Ireland was potentially a knock-out. Namibia bowled well to restrict Ireland to just 125 runs in the first innings. David Wiese continued his fine run as he returned with figures of 2 for 22 in 4 overs. Jan Frylinck was the pick of the bowlers, claiming 3 for 21 in 4 overs. Namibia chased down the score in 18.3 overs, thanks to a significant contribution from the top four.

Craig Williams (15 off 16) and Zane Green (23 off 32) made a decent contribution before Gerhard Erasmus and David Wiese took the game away from them. The skipper scored a match-winning half-century off 49 balls, while David Wiese scored 28 runs off 14 balls.

SCO vs NAM Prediction, Who Will Win The Match Between Scotland vs Namibia? ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Match No 21

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Teams Head to Head Records: T20 Internationals 

Stats Matches SCO Win  NAM Won N/R
Overall 8 4 4
At Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium 1 0 1
In the last 5 matches 5 1 4
In T20 World Cup

Toss Prediction for the 21st match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021

The team winning the toss is likely to bowl first.

Predicted Scores for the 21st match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021

Team 1st batting 2nd batting
Scotland 140-150 130-140
Namibia 130-140 130-140

(Players’ form)


  • Batting

Players Matches Runs Average
Richard Berrington 4 103 34.33
George Munsey 4 89 22.25
Mathew Cross 4 82 27.33
Chris Greaves 4 59 19.67
Kyle Coetzer 4 57 14.25
Mark Watt 4 23 7.67

Who will score the most runs for Scotland in the match: Richard Berrington or George Munsey 


Players Matches Wickets Average
Josh Davey 4 9 12.00
Brad Wheal 4 4 32.75
Mark Watt 4 4 22.00
Safyaan Sharif 3 4 21.00
Chris Greaves 4 3 29.67
Michael Leask 4 2 31.00

Who will pick the most wickets for Scotland in the match: Josh Davey or Safyaan Sharif 


  • Batting

Players Matches Runs Average
Gerhard Erasmus 3 105 52.5
David Wiese 3 100 100
Craig Williams 3 55 18.33
Zane Green 3 47 15.67
JJ Smits 3 26

Who will score the most runs for Namibia in the match: 

  • Bowling

Players Matches Wickets Average
Jan Frylink 3 5 14.80
David Wiese 3 3 21.67
Bernard Scholtz 3 2 36.00
JJ Smits 3 2 31.00
Ruben Trumpelmann 3 1 77.00

Who will pick the most wickets for Namibia in the match: David Wiese or Jan Frylink