West Indies vs Scotland ICC T20 World Cup 2022

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West Indies vs Scotland:

Both of these teams have no records in the T20 international or any world cup event. So this is the first time these teams play a match in the T20 format. 

On Monday, 17 October 2022, both these teams plate the 3rd match of the ICC T20 world cup 2022 at Blundstone Arena. The Scottish team belongs to the development team. This team is new to the ICC event tournament. The West Indies team used to play internationally. So there is a vast difference between them. The prediction about this match is about 95 percent for the West Indies team.

West Indian team:

Beating Australia in Australia is an entirely different task. West Indies will take the core from the fact that it has won four out of the six T20 series it has played against Australia since 2021. However, all four of those successes were back in the West Indies.

The West Indies also have a lot of outstanding batters. Brandon King is in excellent form, the skilled Evin Lewis is back in the fold, and Kyle Mayers has grown into a genuine all-rounder.

The trouble for the West Indies will likely be getting its combination right. Death bowlers are Obed McCoy, and Akeal Hosein is quite dependable. Still, apart from that, all other bowlers can go for many runs. Something the team has worked with in the past, and finding an effective bowling attack.

Best in Australian cricket pitches:

I think the greatest of the great West Indian sides. In 1979-80 in a 3 test series, the West Indies won 2–0. In 1984/85, West Indies won 3–1, and if not for a conservative declaration on the last day in the 4th Test, they would have won 4/0. Just like in 79/80, they caught everything.

In 1988/89, the result was the same, but Australia gave a better account of themselves with some of the players who would win back the ser Frank Worrell in 1995. would be dropped wood after the 3rd Test, and Lawson would go to the Ashes in 89 after having his jaw broken in the 2nd Test by a lethal Ambrose bouncer.

West Indies vs Scotland Match:

Beat Australia inside four days for the first Test. Still, it prevented an innings defeat, should have drawn the 2nd Test, and was in a position on the first day to set up a winning appointment during the 3rd Test. But the West Indies won them all. Australia won the 4th Test at Sydney and had the better of the draw in the 5th.

1992/93. West Indies won 2–1 but were two runs away from going 2–0 down in the 4th Test. A young Brian Lara was beginning to emerge, and Ian Bishop had cemented his place in the test side and would be the last great fast bowler to emerge.

They were also the series in which young Shane Warne scored seven in the second innings of the second Test at the Test Arena to lead Australia to victory.

West Indies squad:

NameAgeBatting styleBowling styleS/N
Kraigg Brathwaite29Right-handedRight-arm off-break11
Jermaine Blackwood30Right-handedRight-arm off-break27
Shamarh Brooks34Right-handedRight-arm leg break
Darren Bravo33Left-handedRight-arm medium46
Evin Lewis30Left-handedRight-arm medium17
John Campbell29Left-handedRight-arm off-break
Nkrumah Bonner33Right-handedRight-arm leg break89
Brandon King27Right-handed53
Shimron Hetmyer25Left-handed2
Rovman Powell29Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast52
Kyle Mayers30Left-handedRight-arm medium71
Roston Chase30Right-handedRight-arm off-break10
Odean Smith25Right-handedRight-arm short medium58
Fabian Allen27Right-handedSlow left-arm orthodox97
Rahkeem Cornwall29Right-handedRight-arm off die93
Jason Holder30Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast98
Andre Russell34Right-handedRight-arm fast12
Raymon Reifer31Left-handedRight-arm medium-fast87
Shai Hope28Right-handed4
Nicholas Pooran27Left-handed29
Joshua da Silva24Right-handed35
Johnson Charles33Right-handedLeft-arm orthodox25
Spin Bowlers
Akeal Hosein29Left-handedSlow left-arm conventional21
Hayden Walsh Jr30Left-handedRight-arm leg break86
Veerasammy Permaul33Right-handedSlow left-arm traditional94
Yannic Cariah30Left-handedRight-arm leg spin59
Pace Bowlers
Alzarri Joseph25Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium8
Kemar Roach34Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium24
Jayden Seales21Left-handedRight-arm fast-medium33
Obed McCoy25Left-handedRight-arm fast-medium61
Romario Shepherd27Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium16
Shannon Gabriel34Right-handedRight-arm fast20
Sheldon Cottrell33Right-handedLeft-arm fast-medium19
Anderson Phillip26Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium48
Dominic Drakes24Left-handedLeft-arm medium-fast

West Indies Coach:

Team managerRawl Lewis
Director of cricketJimmy Adams
Head coachPhil Simmons
Assistant coachTrevor Penney
Batting coachMonty Desai
Bowling coachRoddy Estwick
Fielding coachRayon Griffith

Scotland team:

In July 2022, the New Zealand cricket team toured to play two Twenty20 International (T20I) matches and a single One Day International (ODI), played at The Grange Club in Edinburgh. 

The New Zealand team won by 102 runs with the best total of 254/5 in a T20I game. New Zealand won his first T20I match by 68 runs after Finn Allen scored his 101. New Zealand won his one-off ODI match by seven wickets, with Mark Chapman scoring his 101. And take this series reward by 2–0.

Scotland squad:

NameAgeBatting styleBowling styleS/NLast T20I
Kyle Coetzer38Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast15Pakistan 2021
Ollie Hairs31Left-handedRight-arm off-breakPapua New Guinea 2021
Michael Jones24Right-handedRight-arm off-break
Calum MacLeod33Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast10India 2021
George Munsey29Left-handedRight-arm medium-fast93Pakistan 2021
Matthew Cross29Right-handed9Pakistan 2021
Craig Wallace32Right-handed18Namibia 2021
Richie Berrington35Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast44Pakistan 2021
Dylan Budge27Right-handedRight-arm medium17Pakistan 2021
Michael Leask31Right-handedRight-arm off-break29Pakistan 2021
Pace bowlers
Josh Davey32Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast38Namibia 2021
Alasdair Evans33Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast45India 2021
Safyaan Sharif31Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast50Pakistan 2021
Adrian Neill28Right-handedRight-arm medium-fast7Oman 2019
Gavin Main27Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium28Zimbabwe 2021
Chris Sole28Right-handedRight-arm mediumPapua New Guinea 2021
Brad Wheal26Right-handedRight-arm fast-medium58Pakistan 2021
Spin bowlers
Chris Greaves31Right-handedRight-arm leg-break13Pakistan 2021
Hamza Tahir26Right-handedSlow left-arm orthodox32Pakistan 2021
Mark Watt26Left-handedSlow left-arm orthodox51Pakistan 202

Scotland coach:

ManagerScotland Kenny Crichton
Head coachSouth Africa Shane Burger
Assistant and fast bowling coachScotland Craig Wright
Head PhysiotherapistEngland Karen Gibson
S&C coachEngland Nick Karamouzis

Asia Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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