IRE vs SCO | (Small League Team Added with Preview, Player Info & Blueprint) | 17-09-2019 18:00

 Ireland vs Scotland 3rd T20 Prediction 


Match:  IRE vs SCO Fantasy Team Prediction
Time:  17 Sep , 06:00 PM (IST)
Venue: The Village - Dublin, Ireland



 After toss Update: 

Toss :Scotland have won the toss and have opted to bat

Ireland Confirm11:
will be add after toss.

Scotland Confirm11:
George Munsey, Kyle Coetzer(c), Michael Leask, Richie Berrington, Ollie Hairs, Calum MacLeod, Matthew Cross(w), Safyaan Sharif, Mark Watt, Alasdair Evans, Hamza Tahir



 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

IRE : L W L L L
SCO : W W W L W



 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played  11
SCO Won        3
IRE Won          5
Tie                   1
No result         2



 Info: 

  • Ireland will look to get their Tri-Nation Series underway again, after their first scheduled match against the Netherlands was rained off.
  • Scotland's match against the Dutch did go ahead, however, and they were in excellent batting form as George Munsey (127*) and Kyle Coetzer (89) shared a 200-run opening partnership in an eventual 58-run win.
  • Munsey and Coetzer starred when Scotland last met the Irish too, and the opening pair could be key to the Scots in this fixture..


SCO vs IRE, 3rd T20: Where to watch/Live streaming

TV channels: Star Sports, Sky Sports Cricket, Fox Sports, SuperSport, ATN Cricket Plus, Willow TV, Astro Cricket HD, OSN Sports Cricket, GTV
Live streaming: Hotstar, Sky Go, Now TV


 IRE vs SCO Toss Prediction 

Scotland actually lost the toss and were asked to bat first last time out. They may choose to this time, after making such a success of it.


 IRE vs SCO Weather Report 

Irish fans will be relieved to see a weather forecast that gives a very minimal chance of rain. Instead, they can expect clear, sunny conditions – albeit still cool at little more than 14 degrees Celsius.


 IRE vs SCO Pitch Condition 

Malahide is generally a balanced wicket but there have been big scores in the past and last time out was no different as Scotland went ballistic.


Team NEWS:

 SCO Team News 

Recalled Ollie Hairs played in the last game but did not bat – watching the final two balls from the non-striker’s end. He is likely to get another chance as a result. The other selection issue was behind the stumps, with Craig Wallace taking the gloves in place of Matthew Cross. Cross will be pushing for a recall.



 IRE Team News 
Ireland were looking to use this tournament to make a final choice on their squad for the UAE and so time is against them now. Uncapped Harry Tector is looking for his first appearance, while there have been returns for Jacob Mulder and Gareth Delany.


 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Irland 

1. Paul Stirling, (O & Owk,83*,10)
2. Kevin O'Brien,(22,19,74)
3. Andrew Balbirnie,(28*,47)
4. Gary Wilson(c & wk),(47)
5. Stuart Thompson, (1 & Owk)
6. Lorcan Tucker,(0)
7. Mark Adair,(38 & 0 wk,4 wk)
8. Shane Getkate,(12 & 1wk,1 wk,2 &1 wk)
9. George Dockrell,(1 wk,18 & 1 wk)
10. Craig Young,(0wk,2wk)
11. Boyd Rankin.(3wk)

David Delany, Gareth Delany,Simi
Singh, Harry Tector


 Scotland 

1. Kyle Coetzer (c),(89,3,74,1)
2. George Munsey,(127*,16,50,32)
3. Calum MacLeod, (29*35*,53)
4. Richie Berrington (22 & 1 wk,47* & Owk, 0 & Owk,2)
5. Oliver Hairs,
6. Craig Wallace(wk),(19*,27)
7. Michael Leask, (O & Owk,Owk,11* & 1wk)/Tom Sole,
8. Mark Watt.(1wk,3wk,3wk,1 wk),
9. Alasdair Evans,(2wk,2 wk, 1wk,Owk)
10. Safyaan Sharif,(Owk,Owk, 1 wk, 1 wk)
11. Adrian Neill(2wk,3wk).

Hamza Tahir, Matthew Cross(wk)
(10,0,5)


 IRE vs SCO Fantasy Team: 

*Stay updated to our team.
Must watch Video for more info on each player.

Remove A Neil & Paul Stirling - Pick H Tahir & C Macleod
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1. G Wilson
2. K O'brien
2. C Macleod
4. A Balbirine
5. K Coetzer
6. G Munsay
7. M Adair
8. R Berrington (VC)
9. B Rankin
10. A Evans
11. H Tahir


 Players Information & Blue Print 

 Team Blueprint: 

WK -

Gary Wilson 
(2 down + WK points, Must have)

L Tucker 
(Middle order, attacking bat, can be useful as simi singh will come before him)


BAT -

Paul Stirling 
( Opener, Attacks from word go, 207 runs in last 5 T20's, can bowl also)

K Coetzer 
( Opener, consistent performer of team, 56,96,0,62,88 last 5 innings, 88 last game)

G Munsey 
( Opener, very attacking batsman, 172 runs in GLT20 recently, 126* last game, Must have)

C MacLeod 
( 2 down, best associate bat of the year, was slightly out of form last series)

A Balbirnie 
( 1 down, Very consistent, 165 runs last series)

K O'Brien 
( Opener + Medium Pacer, Attacking bat, 157 runs including a 50 last 5 innings)


ALL -

S Thompson 
( Medium Pacer + Top order batsman)

R Berrington 
( Middle order + Medium Pacer, 1 wicket + 22 runs last game)

M Leask
( Off break bowler + Attacking batsman, 5 wickets last 6 games)

Mark Adair
( Medium pacer + Attavking batsman, bowls in death overs)

Simi Singh 
( Off spin + attacking batsman, Must have option)


BOWL -

G Doctrell
( Left arm orthodox + decent hitter, Must have)

Boyd Rankin 
( Pacer, Best bowler of team, 9 wickets last 5 games)

S Sharif
( Pacer, best bowler of team, 15 wickets in last 10 games, Must have)

A Evans 
( Medium Pacer, talented bowler, 8 wickets last 5 games,2 wickets last game)

M Watt
( Left arm orthodox, wicket taker, 1 wicket last game)

H Tahir 
( Left arm orthodox, 10 wickets last 3 games)

S Getkate 
( Medium Pacer + Attacking batsman)

A Niell 
( Pacer, 6ft tall, 2 wickets last game)


 Key Players: 

 SCO Key Players: 

 Kyle Coetzer: 
Like Munsey, the Scotland captain was key when these teams last met and in outstanding form last time out. He hit 89 from 50 balls, including 11 fours and five sixes.


 Alasdair Evans: 
Took 2-19 last time out, including 11 dot balls, to record far and away the match’s most economical figures. It takes him to 33 wickets in 23 T20i innings.


 George Munsey: 
His form in the Global T20 Canada was good but it was even better last time out – smashing an unbeaten 127 from 56 balls at the top of the order. His innings included 14 sixes and five fours.


 IRE  Key Players: 

 Andy Balbirnie: 
In good form in the longer formats, for both Ireland and Leinster, and now needs to issue a reminder of his importance in T20i cricket too.


 Paul Stirling: 
This will be his 200th T20 match, and his strike rate remains north of 140 in the format – highlighting exactly what he offers to teams (most recently Middlesex) at the top of the order.


 Mark Adair: 
Impressed against Zimbabwe, taking four wickets in the first match and then making a useful batting contribution in the second.


 Player Info: 

 - Scotland 

Kyle Coetzer -
89, 18, 26, 62, 26

Richie Berrington-
22, 1, 0, 28, 5
1/14

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Matthew Cross-
39*, 9, 3, 4, 4

Alasdair Evans- Medium Fast
2/19, 0/33, 2/21, 2/10, 1/48

Oliver Hairs-
0*, 14, 15, 26, 10

Michael Leask-
0/35, 4/42, 0/17
0

Calum MacLeod-
0, 17, 29, 35*, 53

George Munsey-
127, 22, 2, 0, 66, 1, 20

Adrian Neill- Medium
2/33, 0/26, 4/11, 3/18, 2/34, 0/24

Safyaan Sharif- Medium Fast
0/51, 0/15, 0/8, 0/41, 1/23

Tom Sole- Offbreak
0/14, 0/15, 1/27, 1/35

Hamza Tahir- Orthodox
2/18, 1/13

Craig Wallace-
41, 42, 4, 26

Mark Watt- Orthodox
1/40, 2/27, 1/29, 1/47, 0/26

Josh Davey- Medium Fast
2/21, 2/16, 1/20, 3/23

Team Form:

IRE Team Form

The Netherlands’ first match of this tournament was rained off. They made the trip to Dublin on the back of a young squad suffering a 4-0 series whitewash at the hands of the UAE. It followed a 1-1 series draw with Zimbabwe before that, with a much more experienced line-up.


SCO Team Form

Scotland’s most recent T20i action was at the Oman Quadrangular Series. They lost to the Dutch in their opening game there, but then won their final two to top the table. Against Ireland, George Munsey (50) and Kyle Coetzer (74) powered a chase of 181 in a six-wicket win. Against the hosts, meanwhile, it was the bowlers in top form. Adrian Neill and Mark Watt each took three wickets as they bowled Oman out for 111 on their way to another seven-wicket win.


All the best

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