New Zealand vs Scotland T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction

Today Match Prediction-New Zealand vs Scotland-T20 Cricket Worldcup-Who Will Win?New Zealand vs Scotland Match Preview Team News Playing 11 and Fantasy tips from experts

Preview

New Zealand vs Scotland T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction. New Zealand lost their first game of the competition against Pakistan but returned with an 8 wicket win over India on Sunday. Scotland has suffered a defeat from both their Super 12 games to Afghanistan and Namibia. 

New Zealand jumped back from their opening game disappointment against Pakistan with a nice team play against India. They will be viewing to put in a powerful display in this match. Scotland has already accomplished a great deal in this game by qualifying for the Super 12 stage. They have nothing to spend in this match.

Match Details

Match – New Zealand vs Scotland – Match 32

Venue – Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai.

Time – 03:30 PM IST, 10:00 AM GMT 

Date: 3rd Nov 2021

Pitch Report

The pitch in Dubai hasn’t been great for batting. The average first innings score implies that run-making hasn’t been all that smooth. Toss has played an essential role thus far as the chasing teams have won all the seven games at the venue. Thus this also both teams will look forward to pursuing the target then piling up runs first on the scoreboard.

Average first innings score: 130 (7 T20Is in Dubai in T20 World Cup 2021)

Record of Chasing teams: Won – 7, Lost – 0, Tied – 0

Weather Report

The day will be sunny and there will be no clouds in the sky to greet both the teams while confronting each other. The humidity in the air is average so there are no signs of rain one can expect the great and uninterrupted match

New Zealand vs Scotland Playing 11

New Zealand Predicted Playing 11

Martin Guptill, Daryl Mitchell, Kane Williamson (c), James Neesham, Devon Conway (wk), Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult

Scotland Predicted Playing 11

George Munsey, Matthew Cross (wk), Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington (c), Craig Wallace; Michael Leask, Chris Greaves, Mark Watt, Josh Davey, Safyaan Sharif, Bradley Wheal

Head-to-head

Overall

Matches- 1, New Zealand – 1, Scotland– -0, Tied- 0

In T20 World Cups

Matches- 1, New Zealand – 1, Scotland– -0, Tied- 0

Key Player

Daryl Mitchell 

Daryl Mitchell has had an important campaign while opening the batting for New Zealand in the competition. The right-hander began with a 20-ball knock of 27 next to Pakistan in Sharjah. Thereafter, he tallied a quickfire 35-ball 49 against the Indian Team on Sunday. Not to skip that Mitchell can break in with his handy average pace as well.

Trent Boult 

Trent Boult hasn’t made his credit any harm in the ongoing T20 World Cup. The left-arm fast bowler responded with one wicket against Pakistan but put his most desirable form against India. In the early game, Boult struck up the three wickets of Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, and Shardul Thakur. Moreover, he bowled 13 dots with an economy rate of 5.

Team News

  • Leading the victory over India, New Zealand earned pace bowler Adam Milne in for wicket-keeper Tim with Devon taking the gloves following the stumps. Although Milne was the most costly of the New Zealand bowlers, you can expect to see the same XI in this match.
  • Craig Wallace arrived into the Scotland XI against Namibia as a replacement of captain Kyle Coetzer who dropped the game with a finger injury. you can assume Coetzer to come back in the side against New Zealand at Wallace’s expense. There are no other injury concerns in the Scotland team.

New Zealand vs Scotland Match Tips

Team Scotland made his fortune just by qualifying for the Super 12 Stage and lost every single match at this stage until now and things seem not going to change for them any further. Team New Zealand Played a wonderful game against the men in the Blue team and they will hope to run their winning strike in this match also. Thus New Zealand will be the favorite to win the Game.

Today’s match prediction New Zealand to win the match.