BER vs SCO Dream11 : Despondent Bermuda and Scotland look wrench out of their impasse and make amends of their previous results today.
For Bermuda, the ICC Men’s T20 Qualifier 2019 has been a sharp realisation to the kind of chastening slump the side are engulfed in. From partaking in two editions of the T20 World Cup to failing to win a single match in their qualification process, the decline is a gargantuan and horrifying one, a set of events which clearly points towards the immense decline for the country as a cricketing side.
They have failed to win a single match in Group A from the four matches they have played in, losing ther most recent fixture to Namibia by a massive 6 wickets. The side were completely trounced and routed by the opposition in both the batting and bowling orders, managing to scramble together a mere 106 while batting first, a score Namibia ended up chasing with more than 6 overs to spare.
Elsewhere with the two wins and two defeats apiece from the four matches they have stepped out in the middle till now Scotland find themselves planted in third place in the group with a glimmer of chance still alive for them for ensuing to the proceeding round. The side faced a stunning defeat in their previous encounter as they slumped to a 24 run defeat against Namibia, faltering and stumbling in their pursuit of 159.
That result paired with the defeat to Singapore has served as an incredible setback to the side, one they’ll be looking to make amends for come today in a match which the side make a foray in as overwhelming favourites. Bermuda have been little else than mere pushovers, seeing this encounter be a foregone even before the first ball is sent down.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A wicket to come out and bat first on, with this being the first match to be contested here in the tournamnet, the wicket will be extremely good for batting. We envision this being a high scoring affair for the side batting first before the wicket becomes sluggish and starts opening up with the ball gripping on the wicket.
Probable Playing 11
Kamau Leverock, Terryn Fray, Delray Rawlins, Janeiro Tucker, Deunte Darrell, Okera Bascome, Onais Bascome, Sinclair Smith (WK), Rodney Trott (C), Derrick Brangman, George O Brien
George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer (C), Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington, Matthew Cross (WK), Michael Leask, Tom Sole, Safyaan Sharif, Josh Davey, Hamza Tahir, Mark Watt
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019
Match: Bermuda Vs Scotland Group A
Date And Time: 24th October, Thursday- 9:00pm IST
Where To Watch: Star Sports 3
- Kamau Leverock, Delray Rawlins, Okera Bascome, George O Brien
- George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer, Richie Berrington, Mark Watt
Top 4 Batting Order
- Kamau Leverock, Terryn Fray, Delray Rawlins, Janeiro Tucker
- George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer, Calum MacLeod, Richie Berrington
- Kamau Leverock, Delray Rawlins
- George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer
Death Overs Bowlers
- Derrick Brangman, George O Brien
- Josh Davey, Mark Watt
BER vs SCO Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
There were two main reasons which lead us towards aligning with Scotland’s Mathew Cross for this encounter. While he’s always capable of amassing quick runs, the wicket-keeper will be heavily involved in his side’s dismissals as well, seeing him get a good amount of points through catches and stumpings.
BER vs SCO Dream11 Batsmen
George Munsey was runout in the previous encounter, curbing his 14 run knock midway but we are going to get him in for today’s encounter. The opener is more than capable of tallying a hefty innings and with him coming out to bat in the powerplay overs against a paper thing batting unit, he becomes a perfect batter to get in for today’s clash.
We follow up with Callum MacLeod from the side after he scored 39 runs for the side in the last match while from Bermuda we have opted for opener Kamau Leverock after he ended up getting three wickets with the ball the last time around.
BER vs SCO Dream11 All-Rounders
With 29 runs with the bat in the bygone clash, Richie Berrington was involved in the only meaningful partnership for his side, a 48 run stand for the second wicket alongside Callum. The all-rounder becomes an instant pick for us due to his batting acumen despite him not expected to come out and get a ball in this encounter.
Elsewhere we have the two names come into our side from the opposition, the two players who look to be the maximum source of points given their dual nature as players. Delray Rawlins and Janeiro Tucker are both capable of encapsulating their skill set with the bat and ball, using their penchant for the game to become integral picks for the side.
BER vs SCO Dream11 Bowling Order
A trio of bowlers are roped into ur side from Scotland given how lacklustre, lopsided and sordid Bermuda have looked in their batting sojourns. It’s been a dire effect by the side, one where they have been refrained from putting on a meaningful kind of score given their vulnerabilities to collapse under wicket to wicket bowling.
We begin by getting in Josh Davey who snared the two wickets for his side in the forgone clash along with Tom Sole and Safyaan Sharif who got the one apiece for their side. Elsewhere from the opposition, we’ll be wrapping up our picks with the election of Rodney Trott.
Captain And Vice-Captain
George will be our captain for this clash while Davey is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.