Last Update on: October 21st, 2022 at 04:54 pm
Scotland vs Zimbabwe Live Score ICC T20 World Cup Live Score, Live Streaming, Live Telecast Channel In India- SCO vs ZIM Live Score. Scotland will face Zimbabwe in the 12th and final match of the first round. This Group B fixture will come live from Bellerive Oval in Hobart.
The Scottish side stunned West Indies in the first match and won the match by 42 runs. They lost their second game by 6 wickets against Ireland.
Apart from a few issues in the death overs bowling and power hitting, Scotland looks settled. With one win and one loss, they are at the top of the points table with two points and a good positive net run rate.
Zimbabwe, on the other hand, played well in both matches, Sikandar Raza was their star performer, as he took the attack on Ireland with the bat, while he shattered the Windies batting lineup in the second match with the ball in hand. Zimbabwe won their first match against Ireland but went on to lose their next one against the Windies.
No other player other than Sikandar Raza and Blessing Muzarabani has stood up for the men in red.
Craig Ervine didn’t feature in the last game with an injury but is expected to return to the side in this encounter.
Winning one and losing one, Zimbabwe is placed in the second position on the point table, with two points. They need to win this game to ensure qualification for the next round.
The equation is simple. Everything is in your hands for West Indies, Zimbabwe, Scotland and Ireland. You win, you go through! You lose, you go home.
Scotland vs Zimbabwe Head-to-Head (in T20Is)
Zimbabwe and Scotland have faced each other four times in T20Is, with the former having an upper hand with three wins.
Scotland vs Zimbabwe Pitch Report
The Hobart track is normally good for batters. The boundaries are also pretty small and batters will look to make the most of it. The weather at Hobart is clear and a full game is expected, although there could be a hint of a cold breeze blowing during the match.
Scotland vs Zimbabwe Squads
Scotland: Richard Berrington (c), George Munsey, Michael Leask, Mark Watt, Brandon McMullen, Michael Jones, Craig Wallace, Bradley Wheal, Chris Sole, Chris Greaves, Safyaan Sharif, Josh Davey, Matthew Cross (wk), Calum MacLeod, Hamza Tahir.
Zimbabwe: Craig Ervine (c), Ryan Burl, Regis Chakabva (wk), Milton Shumba, Sean Williams, Tendai Chatara, Bradley Evans, Luke Jongwe, Clive Madande, Wesley Madhevere, Wellington Masakadza, Tony Munyonga, Blessing Muzarabani, Richard Ngarava, Sikandar Raza.