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Although the progress has been slow, Cricket has slowly but steadily strengthened its presence in other parts of the world, the countries which were not known to play cricket earlier. Uganda and Qatar are two such teams and they both are set to lock horns in a three-match T20I series, which is beginning on 12th February. The first match of the series is to be played at West End Park International Cricket Stadium in Doha at 8:30 PM IST. Uganda lost the only tour game held on this tour, but they are expected to come back stronger in the main event. We expect a well-fought encounter between two of the lesser known teams of the world.
On paper, Qatar looks a stronger and a better-balanced team between the two. However, it can all turn out to be a different ball game on the field. They did well in almost all the matches they played prior to this one and will be looking to build on the momentum.
Qatar are a slightly over-reliant on their batting, but that has paid off for them so far. Mohammad Tanveer, who averages close to 40 is their star batsmen and will hold the key to their fortunes not just in the first match, but also in all the matches to follow. Apart from him, they have Iqbal Hussain Chaudhry, who has been brilliant with the ball in the recent times. He is coming off a superb run, in which is picked up 26 wickets at a marvelous strike-rate of 12. Having said that, there is not a lot of firepower available for them apart from him in the bowling department, and Qatar would do well to keep that hidden.
Iqbal Hussain, Mohammed Rizlan, Muhammad Tanveer, Kamran Khan, Imran Ashraf, Zaheer Ibrahim, Awais Malik, Khurram Shahzad, Mohammed Nadeem, Imal Liyanange, Gayan Munaweera.
Just opposite to the team combination of Qatar, Uganda are better with the ball. They have the services of Roger Mukasa, who has played 144 games for them and has a terrific record, Uganda do not have much experience available for them, at least with the bat.
With the ball, they have Charles Waiswa, who is in incredible form at the moment. He picked up eight wickets in his last four matches including a four-wicket haul. All in all, Uganda do not have much experience available at their disposal, but they are a very talented side. On their day, they can get past any side in their league and Qatar would not want to be complacent facing them.
Fred Achelam, Arnold Otwani, Roger Mukasa, Frank Akankwasa, Charles Waiswa, Kenneth Waiswa, Henry Ssenyondo, Frank Nsubuga, Deusdedit Muhumuza, Trevor Bukenya, Zephania Arinaitwe.
Associate and affiliate cricket is growing rapidly and the interest and attention garnered by this upcoming series between the two lesser known sides in world cricket is an evidence of it. The two teams have a very different approach to how they play, but they have both got the results they wanted over the last few months. On paper and on experience, both of which are going to be important, Qatar are a stronger team and, therefore, our pick to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture.
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