Pakistan vs Afghanistan T20 Head to Head

Pakistan vs Scotland T20 Head to Head – Records & Stats

The 41st match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 is between Pakistan and Scotland. The match begins at 7.30 PM IST at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. The Pakistan vs Scotland live stream will be on the Disney+Hotstar app and website. Catch the live broadcast of the match on the Star Sports Channel; Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 2 HD, and Star Sports Hindi. Check for top sports betting sites for the Pakistan vs Scotland prediction and hints and the ICC T20 World Cup match previews at My Casino Guru. 

Match Details

Pakistan has moved forward in leaps and bounds in the ICC T20 World Cup tournament by winning all the matches they’ve been to and has already qualified for the semi-finals and will face Scotland today in their last match of the tournament. Pakistan has made a name for itself as the favorite to win this year’s T20 World Cup Edition. They have proved how invested they are in their repertoire to stand as the unbeaten in the T20 World Cup 2021 and they look to keep up with the pace for it made them the first to enter the semi-finals and win four matches straight up! 

In their first match of the Super 12, Pakistan beat India by 10 wickets. During the contest, skippers Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan snatched up a 68 and 79 score, respectively, as the Indian bowlers struggled to counter them. Their opponents had a bad start that was turned around by their captain Virat Kohli with a half-century and 49-ball 57 scores to post a score of 151/7. Kohli and Pant joined forces and added 53 runs quickly before they were taken out by Shadab Khan. 

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Pakistan went ahead to beat Afghanistan by 5 wickets with 6 balls left, New Zealand by 5 wickets, and Namibia by 45 runs and now the team has a positive net run rate of +1.065. New Zealand and Afghanistan posed a challenging game but Asif Ali did some intense cameos that push them through to winning. Today they get a chance to showcase the best of their T20 campaign as they get ready for the semi-finals. Hasan Ali has not yet performed to the team’s expectations but during their match against Namibia, he portrayed that he is back to form with the assistance of Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf. 

Scotland looks knackered as they stand at the bottom of the group 2 score table. They have been registering losses after losses and they are still in search of a win in the Super 12 stage of the world cup. Going to the match, they are prepared to finish off their time at the tournament on a good note. Previously, they had a very successful qualifier but into the Super 12 stage with the T20 elite, they have been defeated by a great margin. The consecutive losses helped them to identify their weaknesses and opportunities which they ought to capitalize on to perform. 

Afghanistan beat them by 130 runs, and they followed Namibia who overpowered them by 4 wickets and also New Zealand beat them by 16 runs and India thrashed them by 8 wickets with 81 balls left. Eventually, they found themselves at the end of the tournament. In other words, they haven’t come close to a win in all the matches. Grab amazing bonuses at Cricsbet, 10Cric, 22Bet, and Bet365 to boost your winning chances in Cricket betting

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Pakistan vs Scotland Head to Head Records

The last time the two teams faced each other was in 2018 in a T20I as Pakistan visited Scotland in Edinburgh. Pakistan won the match by 84 runs. The outcome of the contest between the two teams is somewhat predictable considering Pakistan has not lost yet, Scotland has lost back to bak matches and in their previous interactions, Pakistan has had the upper hand. 

Pakistan vs Scotland T20 Head to Head stats: 

PAKISTANSCOTLAND
Matches33
Won30
ICC T2010
At neutral venues10
Average Score180119

Pakistan vs Scotland Head to Head Player stats: 

Pakistan PlayerScoreScotland PlayerScore
Most RunsShoaib Malik113Michael Leask47
Most WicketsShadab Khan3Alasdair Evans & Michael Leask3
Most CatchesSarfaraz Ahmed & Fakhar Zaman2Calum MacLeod2

Team Forms

Pakistan

Pakistan has not made any changes to their playing combinations so far and they are more likely to continue that way. Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman came to the tournament in excellent form but the team is yet to profit from it. He is yet to rise to the occasion of having the game in the hands of the openers to overperform so they would not need the lower order. The batter is a remarkable player and fans hope to see him stand out in the knockouts. 

Cricketer Asif Ali scored the highest in the tournament with 7 sixes, which is a six every 2.3 balls, against pacers and Hasan Ali recorded the most expensive economy in the tournament of 8.70 with an average score of 32.5. Mohammad Rizwan is left with five runs to beat Chris Gayle’s record for the player with the most runs in the international cricket calendar year. The only recurring player in all Pakistan vs Scotland T20Is matches is Shoaib Malik. 

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Probable Playing XIs

Babar Azam (capt), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Shadab Khan, Shoaib Malik, Fakhar Zaman, Asif Ali, Mohammad Hafeez/Haider Ali, Imad Wasim, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Hasan Ali/Mohammad Nawaz. 

Scotland

Mark Watt is a gem for Scotland, a left-arm spinner, that hasn’t been seen conceding over a run a ball in their last matches but he was the most economical player during their match against India. With their opponent’s well-endowed batting department, He will have to step up with the ball. Dylan Budge and Hamza Tahir have not played so far but they may be brought in to change the losing streak direction. Surprisingly, they are the second-best of all teams to take down wickets. They have taken 25 wickets and struck once every 16.7 balls. 

Probable Playing XIs

Kyle Coetzer (capt), Matthew Cross (wk), Calum MacLeod, Michael Leask, Mark Watt, Richie Berrington, George Munsey,  Safyaan Sharif, Chris Greaves, Brad Wheal, and Alasdair Evans.

Conclusion

Scotland comes to the end of the tournament in a penultimate match against Pakistan and a win for them will be of much assistance to players who hoped to be noticed by the Full member nations. They are aware that a large number of people are looking to see how they close off the game, so they hope to put out a show. Pakistan hopes that their key players perpetrate the team campaigns and maintain them through the semi-finals to take the title home. Play grand league team Scotland vs Pakistan on Fantasy Cricket at these sports betting sites, create your team, and rake up winnings worth Crores! 

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