NAM vs OMN Dream11 : With a spot in the T20 World Cup awaiting, either side steps out with massive aspirations today.
Ever since September, if there has been one side amongst the pile of upcoming countries in the cricketing vicinity which has made our heads turn, it’s been Namibia. The side have been in pristine and exquisite touch ever since the course of the last two months, putting in flawless performances consistently, something they have resonated in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 as well.
Stephan Baard, Niko Davin, JP Kotze, Craig Williams, Gerhard Erasmus (C), Smit, Jan Frylinck, Zane Green (WK), Christi Viljoen, Bernard Scholtz, Ben Shikongo
Jatinder Singh, Khawar Ali, Aqib Ilyas, Amir Kaleem, Zeeshan Maqsood (C), Suraj Kumar (WK), Sandeep Goud, Khurram Nawaz Khan, Mohammad Nadeem, Fayyaz Butt, Bilal Khan
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019
Match: Namibia Vs Oman
Date And Time: 29th October, Tuesday- 9:00pm IST
Where To Watch: Star Sports 3
Stephan Baard, JP Kotze, Gerhard Erasmus, Ben Shikongo
Jatinder Singh, Khawar Ali, Zeeshan Maqsood, Fayyaz Butt
What has been especially impressive from the side this edition of the qualifiers is the resolve and gutsiness they have displayed as a side. Despite not getting off to the best of starts with the side losing two straight matches, the unit ensured they didn’t crumble under the brute brunt of immense pressure as they registered four wins in succession to end up in third place in Group A.
Their previous 87 run win over Singapore is clearly indicative of the uprise the side are in at the moment, a result which was as comprehensive in nature as they get. Their batting and bowling stepped up to the platter in tandem with the bowlers complimenting the batters extremely well to bundle out Singapore for just 104 in reply to the 191 made by Namibia.
Elsewhere, their opponents of the day come into this contest having finished in second place in Group B with four wins from six matches, the same as Namibia. They were defeated by Jersey in their last outing in the group, a 14 run defeat as they fell apart to lose their way in their pursuit of 141, a performance Namibia will be looking to capitalise on come today.