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T20 World Cup 2024 NAM vs SCO: Match 12 Dream11 Top Captain, Vice-Captain Picks And Player Stats

Gerhard Erasmus and Richard Berrington will be leading their teams in the match [X]Gerhard Erasmus and Richard Berrington will be leading their teams in the match [X]

The ninth edition of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 is in full swing. In the tournament's 12th match, the Namibia (NAM) will take on Scotland (SCO). The match will be played at the Kensington Oval in Barbados, West Indies on Friday, June 07th, 2024 at 12:30 AM IST.

Ahead of the game, here is a look at the essential player stats, the top captain and vice-captain choices and the best-predicted XIs for the fantasy contests of the match.

NAM vs SCO: Important Player Stats (Top 5 Players)

Avg Fantasy Points
Series Stats
David Wiese (NAM)
1109* Runs & 3 Wickets in 1 Innings
Ruben Trumpelmann (NAM)1484 Wickets in 1 Innings
Gerhard Erasmus (NAM)8813 Runs & 2 Wickets in 1 Innings
Michael Alexander Jones (SCO)6345* Runs in 1 Innings
George Munsey (SCO)5941* Runs in 1 Innings

NAM vs SCO - Toss Factor

Namibia and Scotland, both the teams with a good bowling unit will want their captain to win the toss and bowl first. The overcast conditions will surely help the pacers with the movement on and off the pitch.

Scenario: If Namibia win the toss

  • If Namibia wins the toss, they will look to field first at this venue. Fast bowlers like Ruben Trumpelmann, Tangeni Lungameni, and David Wiese will be crucial for Namibia. Spinners like Bernard Scholtz and Gerhard Erasmus will play a key role on this pitch. 
  •  Jan Frylinck, Nikolaas Davin, David Wiese, and Gerhard Erasmus will play an important part while chasing a big target.

Scenario: If Scotland win the toss

  • Scotland too is expected to chase if they win the toss. Mark Watt, Brad Currie, Jack Jarvis and Bradley Wheal will bowl the key overs for their team and can be rewarding in the fantasy contests of the game.
  • Michael Alexander Jones, George Munsey, and Matt Cross will play an important part while chasing.

NAM vs SCO Top Captain and Vice-captain Picks

Scenario: If Namibia Fields First

David Wiese (NAM): The veteran all-rounder was inspiration with the bat and ball in his side's win over Oman. Wiese picked 3/28 in regulation time with the ball and also scored a crucial 9 not out as the game ended in a tie. His exploits in the super over where he smashed 13 runs and also picked a wicket.

Michael Alexander Jones (SCO): Michael Alexander Jones played an excellent innings of 45* runs with the strike rate of 150.00 in the last match against England. If Scotland bats first then his batting position and current form make him a prime C/VC option for this game.

Scenario: If Scotland Fields First

George Munsey (SCO): Veteran Scotland batter George Munsey was in an attacking mood in the game against England and he has scored 41* runs off 31 balls. The left-handed batter gave Scotland the early momentum with the bat with his effortless hitting over the field.

Gerhard Erasmus (NAM): The Namibian captain, Gerhard Erasmus brings batting stability crucial for the team's success in tough matches. He showcased decent all-round performance in the last match by scoring 13 runs and picking-up two wickets.

NAM vs SCO High Risk, High Rewards

Ruben Trumpelmann (NAM): Ruben Trumpelman took four wickets in the last match, and he would be keen to deliver again for his team with the ball, but his consistency is a matter of concern. He is a ideal choice for high risk, high reward player.

Matt Cross (SCO): The top-order batter and wicket-keeper is an example of aggressive brand of cricket. Matt Cross is a good player of fast as well as spin bowling and he is a perfect fit for this category. 

NAM vs SCO Stay Aways

Michael van Lingen (NAM): One of the biggest cause of concern for Namibia will be the form of their opening batter Michael Van Lingen. The 26-year-old left-handed batter was out for a second ball duck to continue his woeful form with the bat. He could be avoided for this fixture.

Michael Leask (SCO): Michael Leask is known to be a brilliant all-rounder with the ability to bat and bowl well. The last few matches have seen Leask score just 52 runs from 4 matches and pick just two wickets with the ball.