Ccp Vs Scl

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Ccp Vs Scl


I have a question about Ccp vs scl

Date & Time: 10th October 2020, 11:30 PM IST

The Cricket World Cup 2020 will be held from 12 March 2020 to 14 April 2020. The tournament will comprise of 10 teams, with each team playing the other once in a league format. The top four teams will then progress to two semi-finals and the final.

The matches will be played at various venues across Australia and New Zealand, including Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne and Wellington in Australia; Auckland (New Zealand's largest city), Christchurch (second most populous English-speaking city in Australasia after Sydney); Dunedin on New Zealand's South Island; Hamilton (the third largest city) and Tauranga on North Island; Nelson near Tasman Bay; Napier on Hawke's Bay coast between Napier City and Hastings City; Nelson near Tasman Bay region).

Last 5 Matches (recent last):

  • Last 5 matches:

  • CCP (4-1) vs SCL (1-4)

  • CCP (2-0) vs SCL (3-2)

  • CCP (2-1) vs SCL


  • The current form of SCL is not in a good shape.

  • CCP has lost only one match to SCL this season and it will be interesting to see if they can carry the momentum from their last tie into this match.

  • The batting line-up of both teams are strong but with some key players missing from the lineup, this may affect their performance on the day.*Both sides have impressive bowling attacks and should be able to restrict each other's scoring rates in order to win the game.*When it comes down to who will win between these two teams, we believe that given their current form combined with home ground advantage, CCP will come out on top!

Probable Playing XI (Our Star Player):

CPL vs SCL Probable Playing XI (Our Star Player):

For CPL, we have picked the following players:

David Miller ($12,700) – Captain: He is the leader of the pack for CPL and has been in good form this season. He will be given an opening bat spot in this encounter as well and I think he can bring his A game.

Sunil Narine ($11,000) – Vice-Captain: Narine has been playing well since last year’s CPL season and that trend continues into this year’s edition too. He had a decent outing against Trinidad & Tobago Patriots last week which saw him score 12 runs off 10 balls with 3 sixes before getting out to one of the two catches dropped by Chris Lynn on his way back. I would recommend picking him as a value play considering he costs $11k compared to some other options who cost similar or more for lesser stats (e.g., Colin Munro). We expect him to continue his good form here as well!

CCP – Nizakat Khan, Kinchit Shah (c), Waqas Barkat (wk), Simandeep Singh/Kamran Khan, Ateeq Iqbal/Hamed Khan, Scott McKechnie, Daniel Pascoe, Tanwir Afzal/Ehsan Khan, Ayush Shukla/Mohammad Ghazanfar, Raag Kapur/Ahsan Abbasi, Ehsan Nawaz

Nizakat Khan is the captain, Kinchit Shah is the vice-captain and Waqas Barkat is the wicket-keeper. Simandeep Singh, Ateeq Iqbal and Kamran Khan are likely to open the batting for them.

The bowling attack will be led by Mohammad Ghazanfar who has played six games for Afghanistan in T20Is so far. The other options include Raag Kapur and Ahsan Abbasi who are not regular members of their T20I squad but have done well in domestic cricket this year especially Raag Kapur who has already got three wickets against Hong Kong in this tournament while Ahsan Abbasi has taken four wickets from two games against Nepal & Hong Kong respectively which makes him an attractive option for SCL team management to consider when it comes to choosing a replacement for Ehsan Nawaz (who suffered an injury during his debut game).

SCL – Charles Perrin (c & wk), Ben Coetsee, Kashif Daud, Waheed Ahmed, Ahan Trivedi, Avinash Kumar-Iyer/Ravi Sanchaita, Umar Tanveer, Amjad Gul-Khan/Salman Irshad Rehmani and Zafar Ali

SCL: Charles Perrin (c & wk), Ben Coetsee, Kashif Daud, Waheed Ahmed, Ahan Trivedi, Avinash Kumar-Iyer/Ravi Sanchaita, Umar Tanveer

CCCP: Jerome Valcke (wk & c), Greg Peters (vc)


The match is expected to be played on a good batting wicket. The weather forecast is not ideal as there are chances of rain during the game and the humidity will also be high, which can make playing conditions difficult for the players. The team winning the toss would like to bat first and set a target of around 200-170 in order to apply pressure on their opponents.