Scotland vs Namibia 39th ODI Match Live Cricket Score, TV & Live Streaming
39th match of ICC World Cricket League Championship 2015-17 between Namibia v Scotland on June 11 at Grange Cricket Club in Edinburgh, match starts at 9:45 AM GMT.
Former Scotland captain Preston Mommsen has been picked in the 15-man squad for the forthcoming World Cricket League Championship games against Namibia, Mommsen announced his retirement last year.
Medium Pacer Alasdair Evans also made a comeback into the squad, Kyle Coetzer will lead the side for the WCL Championship fixtures against Namibia, while Left-arm spinner Con de Lange named vice-captain.
Scotland v Namibia Live Streaming, TV Telecast & Broadcasting Channel
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Namibia vs Scotland 39th ODI Match Live Cricket Score Ball by Ball, SCO v NAM, 2017
Scotland won by 51 runs
268/5 (43 ovs)
217/10 (39.4 ovs)
|Date||June 11, 2017|
|Match||Namibia v Scotland, 39th Match|
|Venue||Grange Cricket Club, Edinburgh|
|Time||9:45 AM GMT|
|Prediction||Scotland to win|
|Toss||Namibia opt to bowl|
|Scotland Playing XI||Kyle Coetzer(c), Con de Lange, Richie Berrington, Matthew Cross(w), Alasdair Evans, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif, Craig Wallace, Calum MacLeod, Chris Sole, Preston Mommsen|
|Namibia Playing XI||
Stephan Baard, Louis van der Westhuizen, Gerhard Erasmus, Craig George Williams, Jan Frylinck, Christi Viljoen, Sarel Burger (c), Zane Green (wk), JJ Smit, Zhivago Groenewald, Nicholaas Scholtz
|Result||Scotland won by 51 runs|
Namibia Squad: Sarel Burger(c), Stephan Baard, Christopher Coombe, Michau du Preez, JJ Smit, Ricardo Strauss, JP Kotze, Zane Green(w), Gerrie Snyman, Christiaan Snyman, Bernard Scholtz, Niko Davin, Lohan Louwrens, Craig George Williams, Nicholaas Scholtz, Gerhard Erasmus, Raymond van Schoor, Jan Frylinck, Zhivago Groenewald, Tangeni Lungameni, Pikky Ya France, Wian van Vuuren, Colin Peake
Scotland Squad: Kyle Coetzer(c), Con de Lange(vc), Richie Berrington, Matthew Cross(w), Preston Mommsen, Josh Davey, Michael Leask, Alasdair Evans Calum MacLeod, Rob Taylor, George Munsey, Mark Watt, Safyaan Sharif, Hamish Gardiner, Gavin Main, Matt Machan, Bradley Wheal