The Granite City 2 (MacLeod 56 *, Coetzer 52) 145 per bit Kenya 140 people (Obuya 26, Sharif 3-33, 2-20)
Scotland won their eighth week victory with Dubai Kenya in the March 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Kenya rolled the ball at 140 at bat and watched the opponent hit the target with 132 balls.
Fast bowler Safyaan Sharif first lifted the turnstile and proved the decision to Scottish Toss. Opener Rushab Patel was the first procession, with four of the six Batman kept in single digits. 36-year-old Collins Obuya (2003) peaked in 26th place with Kenya in the World Cup semi-finals, ranking 10th 31st, 32nd 95th and 95th. Tail did his best to get the most out of the over quota, but when he returned to death over, he couldn't handle Sharif (3 for 33) and Chris Sol (2 for 20). Left arm spinner Mark Watt also had a good day and finished off with 10-2-17-1.
The half-century of captain Kyle Coetzer (52) and Calum MacLeod (56 *) rounded off the game that Scotland dominated from start to finish.
UAE 225 per bit (Shabber 81 *, Mustafa 62) Nepal 6 people in 7 wickets (Vesawkar 81 *, Malla 54, Zahoor 2-48) 221
Invincible 81 Supporting 50 of the Rohan Mustafa captains, Ghulam Shabber helped the UAE achieve a comfortable victory over Nepal in Abu Dhabi. The UAE won with seven turnstiles and 25 balls, taking one place over the last placed Namibia.
Nepal came from the fact that the opening opened slowly, although it scored 221 points in the first opening, but only lost five wickets. When the first Nepalese ticket gates fell on the 15th, they were only 43 years old. Ahmed Raza and Amir Hayat braked the Nepalese batter and admitted only 41 runs with 18 overheads. Nepal's third-place Sharad Vesawkar scored 81 undefeated, but no help in the middle spell.
UAE opener Mustafa and Ash Park Ahmed (17 balls 19) have started chases of 222. Shabber acquired Ashfaq and added 81 to the second turnstile with Mustafa. Mustafa fell on the 23rd, but not until Shabber rounded up the UAE and completed the fourth List A 50.
Hong Kong 230 for 8 (Hayat 77, Dai 2-34) bits Papua New Guinea 23 times 207 times (Dai 60, Bau 59, Afzal 2-31, Nadeem 2-32)
Papua New Guinea's 23-run Hong Kong loss handed the WCL Championship to the Netherlands. PNG did not chase 231, but recovered well from position 29 to position 4 in 9 days. Babar Hayat started his first innings from 120 balls to 77 balls to bring Hong Kong to a respectable total.
Hayat, with the help of Anshy Rath (37), received another middle-class order in Hong Kong. Despite losing its regular ticket gates, it has surpassed 200. Four PNG bowlers each took two turnstiles and never allowed Hong Kong's hitters, except Hayat, to settle down. With the recent surge in Tanwir Afzal (21-ball 26), Hong Kong has set 231 goals.
Innings of PNG did not start properly as Afzal and Nadeem Ahmed passed the opponent's 1st place. Having won fifth place 98 times between Mahuru Dai (60) and Sesebau (59), PNG gave PNG hope, but the end of the partnership brought another breakdown, and the team folded to 207 on the 45th. above.
Once the top four slots have been determined, the last day of the WCL game is set to dead rubber.
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