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OMN Vs PNG Dream11 Prediction | 15th Match | ICC World Cricket League Division Two 2019

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OMN versus PNG, fifteenth Match, ICC World Cricket League Division Two 2019

Joined Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

Friday, April 26, 2019 1:00 PM

In ICC World Cricket League Division Two 2019 today we have Oman going head to head against Papua New Guinea. This match will occur at United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek, Namibia. This will be the last match of the group organize.

PNG versus OMN Dream11 Preview

As all groups have played four matches in the competition up until now, the present match will be the last match in the alliance arrange. Right now, Oman is at the highest point of the table as they have every one of the matches in the association arrange. They are the main group who has not confronted even one thrashing and they might want to end the association as lossless. They were proficient in all piece of the diversion, it very well may bat, bowling, and handling. Because of that, they didn't enable any of their restriction to that diversion close. So they might want to exhibit a similar act today and win each of the five matches of the association arrange.

OMN versus PNG Dream11 Prediction

Then again, Papua New Guinea is at the base of the table as they have won just a single match up until this point. Indeed, even Canada and Hong Kong have won just a single match however they are above because of their preferred net run rate over PNG. In most the matches they were defeated by their adversaries. Indeed, even in their last match against Canada, they flopped wretchedly in batting and got full scale for 154 runs. This standard all out was pursued by Canada in all respects effectively. So they would hope to perform better and completion the alliance in a positive note.

Our forecast for this match is Oman will win and complete the alliance with no misfortune.

OMN versus PNG - Team Squad

Oman: Jatinder Singh, Mohammad Nadeem, Zeeshan Maqsood (c), Khawar Ali, Moonamchery Michal, Bilal Khan, Aqib Ilyas, Khurram Nawaz, Kaleemullah, Suraj Kumar, Fayyaz Butt, Jay Odedra, Sandeep Goud, Badal Singh

Papua New Guinea: Lega Siaka, Sese Bau, Raturima Maha, Chad Soper, Norman Vanua, Kiplin Doriga, Hiri, Nosaina Pokana, Anthony Vare, John Reva, Tony Ura, Jason Kila, Assad Vala (c), Charles Amini, Damien Ravu, Simon Atai, Eisa Eka

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