It will be SCO vs JER for the 6th game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier in two days’ time at Edinburgh.
Furthermore, looking back at their previous games, Scotland was defeated by the Netherlands in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup Qualifier’s Super Six stage.
Meanwhile, Jersey last played a T20I series against Guernsey they won 2-0 with one game abandoned.
Therefore, both these teams will be aiming to win this game and make it all the way to the final.
Thus, we will get a good game of cricket between these two sides on the 21st of July.
Match: Scotland vs Jersey, Match 6
Venue: The Grange Club, Edinburgh
Date: 21st July 2023
Time: 8:00 PM IST
The wicket at Edinburgh is a relatively flat one that can give some trouble to the batters. Meanwhile, bowlers will get ample support from the surface. Moreover, a score in the range of 160 or more will be an ideal one to post or defend at this venue. Thus, the team winning the toss should opt to bowl first here.
Full Squads for SCO vs JER, Match 6
George Munsey, Ollie Hairs, Richie Berrington (c), Brandon McMullen, Chris Greaves, Jack Jarvis, Michael Leask, Matthew Cross (wk), Tomas Mackintosh (wk), Bradley Currie, Chris Sole, Gavin Main, Hamza Tahir, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif
Jonty Jenner, Josh Lawrenson, Nick Greenwood, Zak Tribe, Benjamin Ward, Charles Perchard, Harrison Carlyon, Julius Sumerauer, Asa Tribe (wk), Jake Dunford (wk), Patrick Bartholomew Gouge (wk), Charlie Brennan, Dominic Blampied, Elliot Miles, Rhys Palmer, Toby Britton, William George Perchard, William Robertson
Probable Playing XI for SCO vs JER, Match 6
Christopher McBride, Matthew Cross (wk), Brandon McMullen, George Munsey, Richie Berrington (c), Tomas Mackintosh, Michael Leask, Chris Greaves, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif, Chris Sole
Charles Perchard (c), Charlie Brennan, Julius Sumerauer, Jake Dunford (wk), Asa Tribe, Jonty Jenner, Harrison Carlyon, Benjamin Ward, Dominic Blampied, Elliot Miles, Rhys Palmer
Match Prediction for SCO vs JER, Match 6
From the team combinations and previous results, we can say that Scotland will win this match.
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