Providence Stadium Guyana Pitch Report For AFG vs UGA T20 World Cup Match

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Afghanistan will lock horns with Uganda in the fifth group-stage match of the ongoing T20 World Cup on Tuesday at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. Led by Rashid Khan, Afghanistan enter this game as the hot favourites. 

Besides skipper Rashid, senior players like Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Mohammad Nabi and Mujeeb Ur Rahman are expected to play key role for the Afghans. 

Meanwhile, Uganda will primarily depend on Riazat Ali Shah, Alpesh Ramjani and Dinesh Nakrani for a spirited show on their maiden World Cup appearance. 

So, as both teams gear up for a fascinating clash, let's see how the pitch in Guyana is expected to behave throughout the contest. 

Providence Stadium Guyana Pitch Report

The surface at the Providence Stadium in Guyana will likely be sluggish making the batters toil hard for runs. 

Although there will be minimal lateral movement with the new ball, the track's two-paced nature could tilt the playing conditions slightly more into the bowlers' favour. 

Additionally, the ball might hold up a bit, making it tough for the batters to time it and hit it through the line. Also, the spinners will be in the game, with the deck offering considerable turn throughout the day. 

However, considering it's an evening game and rain might come into play, it won't be surprising if the toss-winning team bowls first.