Toss Prediction – PNG

Match Prediction – Scotland

Scotland kicked off the T20 World Cup 2021 in spectacular fashion, defeating Bangladesh after a remarkable comeback from 58-6. That virtually guarantees them a spot in the Super-12, but the task isn’t done yet.

Papua New Guinea, who started their encounter against Oman promisingly but faded as their lack of experience showed, stands in their way for this match.

Scotland versus PNG T20 World Cup 2021 match prediction and cricket betting tips On October 19, 2021, the match will be contested at the Al Amerat Cricket Ground (Ministry Turf 1) at Al Amerat.


Scotland will be happy with how it recovered from a difficult situation, but it will not be delighted with how it came to be in that situation in the first place. Their batsmen’s lack of grasp of the circumstances placed them in a lot of difficulties, and they will aim to improve on that.

Players like George Munsey and Richie Berrington, in our opinion, are strong bets for the Top Batsman Scotland betting market. They are not just good spinners, but they have also been the greatest performers for Scotland for quite some time.

We’ve all heard the incredible storey of Chris Greaves, who rose from being an Amazon delivery man to becoming the hero of Scotland’s triumph over Bangladesh. He is a solid all-rounder who can hit the ball hard and should be in the bowling attack.

You should be able to find some decent betting odds for his performance in this match, and we urge that you take advantage of them.

A strong bowling assault is led by Safyaan Sharif and Bradley Wheal. Mark Watt is Scotland’s death-over specialist and might be a strong bet in the Top Bowler or To Pick 2+ Wickets betting categories.

Papua New Guinea

PNG will need to perform far better to pull off an upset against Scotland, and sadly for them, we don’t see that happening. PNG’s batting is well-intentioned, but it falls short when it comes to execution.

Tony Ura, Assad Vala, and Charles Amini are also strong players. They can all bat effectively and hit huge smashes, but we doubt their ability to produce match after match.

The rest of the batting order appears to be quite weak, and a collapse is never far away.

PNG’s bowlers failed to take a single wicket against Oman, which is not encouraging. They have a solid collection of medium pacers and finger spinners who might fare better against Scotland than Oman, which isn’t saying much!

We recommend keeping clear from betting markets that cater to PNG players.

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