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The after-effects of the recently played World Cup in England have barely subsided and the race to qualify for the next World Cup has already begun amongst the affiliate nations. ICC introduced a new format for the associate and affiliate nations, Cricket World Cup League 2, wherein seven teams will play 36 matches over the period of 36 months so as to get hold of each other before the qualifiers. The tournament is set to begin with Oman, Scotland, and Papua New Guinea taking on each other in a tri-series hosted by Scotland. The first match of the series will be played on 14th August at Mannofield Park, Aberdeen.
It wasn't long ago in the context of how fast the things were moving when Oman played Netherlands and Scotland in a T20I series. They played decent cricket in that series, but the change of format will bring in its own set of questions.
Oman haven't played too many One Day Internationals up until now, one to be precise, and will be itching to prove them in the most abundantly played format of the game. They lost their only ODI to Namibia this year in their wherein they were mauled by a massive margin of 145 runs.
Zeeshan Maqsood, Jatinder Singh, Suraj Kumar, Fayyaz Butt, Kaleemullah, Bilal Khan, Khawar Ali, Mohammad Nadeem, Aaqib Sulehri, Jay Odedra, Sandeep Goud.
While Papua New Guinea haven't really played a lot of cricket on European soil, they have plenty of experience of playing at home. Adapting to the conditions could be an issue in their first match, but they'll also draw confidence from their win over Oman, which was long ago - before they were awarded the ODI playing nation status.
Led by Assad Vala, Papua New Guinea have a well-balanced lineup. Skipper himself will be the key to get PNG across the line with his batting as well as bowling skills. Just like Oman, they too are dependent on their all-rounders to do well, and if their batsmen, as well as the all-rounders, can step up their game, it should be an easy win for them.
Tony Ura, Gaudi Toka, Assad Vala, Lega Siaka, Charles Amin, Sese Bau, Kiplin Doriga, Chad Soper, Norman Vanua, Damien Ravu, Nosaina Pokana.
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While Oman have been impressive in the shortest version of the game, their performances in the One Dayers hasn't been as good. Papua New Guinea, on the other hand, have a strong talent pool with the majority of players coming in from under-19 circuit. With an experienced and a well-balanced unit, PNG are, therefore, better placed to emerge on top in this upcoming fixture.
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