New Zealand has announced the squad for the upcoming three series against Scotland, Ireland, and the Netherlands. New Zealand’s crucial players like Kane Williamson, Devon Conway, Tim Southee, and Trent Boult have been given rest for the series and are not part of the squad.
New Zealand cricket announced that these players have been left out due to “commitment to player wellbeing”. Since these 4 players were part of a two-month-long IPL 2022 and England tour, they have been given rest. As a result, these 4 players will return home after the 3rd Test against England. They will be back during the West Indies tour in August 2022.
Tom Latham To Lead New Zealand in ODI Series Against Ireland
Tom Lathamhas been named skipper for the ODI series against Ireland. He will also lead the team in the one-off ODI against Scotland. For the T20Is, Mitchell Santner is nominated as the skipper.
Some experienced players in the squad include Finn Allen, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Adam Milne, Henry Nicholls, Glenn Phillips, and Ish Sodhi. New Zealand is set to play an ODI and T20I series against Ireland and Scotland and a T20I series against the Netherlands.
Ireland vs New Zealand series will witness three ODIs and three T20I games. It will take place from July 10 to July 22. The New Zealand tour of Scotland2022 will observe two T20I matches and one-off ODI. It is slated to be played from July 27 to 31. The Netherlands vs New Zealand T20I series will see two T20I games on August 4 and 6 respectively.
NZ squad for Ireland, Netherlands, and Scotland series.
Tom Latham (capt), Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Dane Cleaver, Jacob Duffy, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Adam Milne, Henry Nicholls, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner, Will Young.
Joining after Ireland matches: Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Michael Rippon, Ben Sears
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Kyle Coetzer’s illustrious career as Scotland captain came to an end on Friday when the 38-year-old announced his resignation following his team’s World Cup Super League Division Two match against UAE.
In 110 of his 214 appearances, Coetzer was in command of Scotland.
It Has been With Absolute Pleasure To Lead Scotland: Kyle Coetzer
In 2015, he scored their first-ever century in an ODI World Cup, 156 against Bangladesh, and in 2021, he guided them through qualifying and into the main round of the T20 World Cup. When the ICC awarded him the men’s Associate Cricketer of the Decade in 2020, they recognised his tremendous work on and off the field for Scotland. In the same year, Coetzer was awarded an MBE for services to cricket.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to lead this group through various stages in our growth and development and captain my country and I will look back on the time with such fondness,” he said.
“I’m extremely proud of where we have got to and I’m even more excited with where this team can go under its next leader. It’s been fantastic to see how the players are managing themselves on the field recently and to effectively have more than one leader out there has been a really positive and encouraging sign for me. It was this that made me feel it was the right time to share my decision and step down”, he added.
“My biggest driving force over years has been to help the team have everything they need and lead them in every way I can. Moving forward I have no desire to stop playing and will be giving everything I have to my fellow players and the next captain – going out and scoring as many runs as I possibly can for Scotland remains the focus”, he further added.
According to a press release from Cricket Scotland, Coetzer’s replacement will be named before the team’s next series against Namibia and Nepal in July. In collaboration with senior players and the board’s temporary Head of Performance, Toby Bailey, the coaches, led by Shane Burger, will pick who will fill the position.
UAE vs SCO Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Injury Update of CWC League-2 one-Day match between the United Arab Emirates and Scotland. They will play against each other for the fourth time in this season of the CWC League-2 one-Day.
UAE vs SCO Match Details CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83:
The 83rd match of the CWC League-2 one-Day will see the United Arab Emirates facing off against Scotland on 3rd June at the Choice Moosa Stadium.
This game is scheduled to start at 9:00 PM IST and live score and commentary can be seen on FanCode and CricketAddictor website.
UAE vs SCO Match Preview CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83:
United Arab Emirates will be facing off against Scotland for the fourth time in the eighty-third match of the CWC League-2 one-Day.
United Arab Emirates is currently placed at the third position on the points table of the CWC League-2 One-Day whereas Scotland is currently placed at the second spot on the points table.
United Arab Emirates have played twenty matches so far in the whole season of the CWC League-2 one-Day where they managed to win ten matches while Scotland played nineteen matches in this season where they won thirteen games.
UAE vs SCO Match Weather Report CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83:
The temperature is expected to hover around 27°C on the matchday with 74% humidity and 11 km/hr wind speed. There are no chances of precipitation during the game.
UAE vs SCO Match Pitch Report CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83:
The Choice Moosa Stadium provides a neutral wicket where both the departments are expected to receive decent amount of help from the surface. Spinners will be lethal in the middle overs.
Average 1st innings score:
The average first innings score on this wicket is 258 runs.
Record of chasing teams:
The team batting second doesn’t enjoy good records here. They have a winning percentage of 40 on this track.
UAE vs SCO Match Injury Update CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83:
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UAE vs SCO Match Probable XIs CWC League-2 One-Day Match 83: