Bangladesh and Scotland last met in T20I cricket in 2012. Both sides have improved a lot since then. This should be an interesting battle between the sub-continental and European minnows.
Where: Al Amerat Cricket Ground, Oman
When: Sunday, 17 October 2021
Start time: 19:30 IST (14:00 GMT)
Pitch conditions: The pitch used for the first match of the day may be kept for the second as well. If this is the case, it will probably be even slower. A first-innings total of 170 should be competitive.
Weather conditions: Hot and dry conditions are expected in Oman throughout Sunday. Temperatures are anticipated to reach the mid-30 degrees celsius.
Bangladesh v Scotland – Latest Odds
Betway are among the best Indian cricket betting websites we are happy to recommend. Their match odds are early and their margin solid.
They have Bangladesh priced as 1.2 favourites and Scotland 4.0 underdogs. Betting on the Scottish against the odds could bring great value.
Bangladesh v Scotland – Team News
Liton Das – The absence of Tamim Iqbal leaves more onus with Das to get Bangladesh quick runs toward the top of the order.
Nasum Ahmed – The Bangladesh spinner has been getting used to conditions during the warm-up fixtures. He could be key with the ball here.
Taskin Ahmed – The Bangladesh fast bowler is good at extracting pace from pitches that can otherwise be quite dull.
Kyle Coetzer – The Scotland batsman has plenty of experience on the international stage and will captain the side, too.
Brad Wheal – The Scottish fast bowler is relatively new to T20I cricket. He could be a good bet in the bowling markets.
Bangladesh v Scotland – Betting Tips and Predictions
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