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With a massive win for Scotland in the ongoing ICC Men's World Cup League 2019, things are sealed as far as the points table is concerned unless, of course, something dramatic happens in the final league match. Scotland have already finished their quota of four games in the tournament, and the upcoming match between Oman and Papua New Guinea is going to be the last match of series. Oman and PNG are placed well apart at the points table with Oman still in with a chance to rise to the top. PNG, on the other hand, are sure to finish at the bottom regardless of what happens in the upcoming match between the two. The two teams are set to lock horns on Wednesday, 21st August.
Perceived as one of the stronger teams in the competition, Papua New Guinea failed to live up to the expectations, losing all their three matches up until now. They are at the bottom of the points table with an inferior net run-rate of -0.362 and even a win here won't be enough to push them among the top two spots.
They are coming into this match on the back of yet another loss, this time against Scotland, as the hosts proved too heavy to deal with. Bowling first, they failed to keep picking up wickets regularly Scotland scored the highest total of the tournament. They were required to chase down the total of 243, highest of the competition so far, and even though their batsmen tried hard and somehow got the team's total of 204, the effort was too little too late.
All in all, the same has been their story in the tournament. They have, so far, failed to put their foot on the gas pedal, whenever they were required to do so. Consequently, they are languishing at the bottom and will need to play out of their skins to dismantle Oman on Wednesday.
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With back to back wins in their first two matches, Oman had a fairy-tale start to the tournament, but they failed to sustain momentum when they met the hosts for the second time in the competition. They are now placed second in the points table with four points and a net run-rate of -0.385.
While a loss against would have dented their chances to finish at the top, the magnitude of their loss certainly raised plenty of doubts on that happening. They are coming off a massive defeat at the hands of Scotland, which not only robbed them of two important points but also damaged their net run-rate to such an extent that they'd now need to post a massive win in their upcoming match to have any chance of finish at the top of the table.
They've done well in both the departments of the game so far with their skipper being the stand-out performer for them. Skipper Zeeshan Maqsood has been brilliant for them and has contributed with both bat and the ball. Their bowling looked well settled, at least on paper, up until their last match where they were bowled out for a total of just 138 runs.
Earlier with the ball, Oman did reasonably well as they kept the hosts to just 223. All in all, Oman are a good unit in totality and have also been a superb form of late. If their players can shrug off that last loss and continue to build on from there they left, we will be in for a cracking contest on Wednesday.
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Papua New Guinea are placed above Oman in both T20I and ODI rankings, but they have failed to replicate their previous success in this tournament. Oman have been brilliant so far, thanks to a couple of superb performances by their skipper. Similar to Oman's skipper, PNG's skipper, Assad Vala, has also done well and will be a key player in the upcoming match. Comparing the two sides on the basis of form and on-paper strength, Oman are slightly better placed to emerge on top in the last and final fixture of this tournament.
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