Kuwait vs UAE, Match Preview & Prediction
The Kuwait vs UAE Match 3 ACC Men’s Premier ODI CUP Preview is set to take place on April 19th, 2021.Both teams will be looking to get off to a good start and qualify for Asia Cup as they look forward to this match. The UAE finished 2nd position in the World Cup qualifiers play-offs, making them look better than Kuwait. They have a strong batting line-up with experienced players such as Muhammad Waseem, Rohan Mustafa, and Zahoor Khan. On the other hand, Kuwait has an inexperienced team with some talented youngsters who are yet to prove themselves at this level of cricket.
Kuwait vs UAE, Match Details:
Venue: Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur, Nepal
Date & Time: Tuesday, April 19, 2023, 8:45 AM IST
Kuwait vs UAE Pitch Report:
Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground is a great venue for spinners and generally results in low scoring matches. The average first innings score here is 241, which shows how difficult it is for batsmen to score runs.
Kuwait vs UAE Weather Forecast:
The Weather is expected to stay clear for this game.
Expected Playing XI
Meet Bhavsar, Shahrukh Quddus, Sayed Monib, Yasin Patel, Usman Patel, Shiraz Khan, Ravija Sandaruwan, Ilyas Ahmed, Mohammed Aslam, Mohammad Amin, Bilal Tahir
Muhammad Waseem, Aayan Khan, Aryan Lakra, Asif Khan, Junaid Siddique, Karthik Meiyappan, Rameez Shahzad, Rohan Mustafa, Sanchit Sharma, Vriitya Aravind, Zahoor Khan.
Kuwait Top Picks
Mohammed Aslam has been an instrumental figure in the Hong Kong OD series, having claimed 5 wickets in only 3 innings. He also emerged as the highest wicket taker for his team, making him a key contributor to their overall success. He usually bowls during the middle overs.
Shiraz Khan is a batting allrounder who bats in the middle order and bowls spin. He had a good outing in the Hong Kong One Day Series, scoring 37 runs in 2 innings, as well as taking 4 wickets.
He hasn’t been able to deliver in the Hong Kong OD series, however, he is a talented bowler who can open the bowling and bowl at the death. Additionally, he can also contribute with the bat.
UAE Top Picks
Aravind has been in great form lately and has put up impressive performances in the World Cup Qualifiers Play Off, scoring 220 runs across 5 games at a remarkable average of 55. He is slated to bat at 3 and will also be providing crucial points with his wicket-keeping.
Muhammad Waseem has shown impressive performance in the World Cup Qualifiers Play Off, scoring 266 runs at an average of 53.He is in good form and will open for his team.
Zahoor Khan’s exceptional performance in the World Cup Qualifiers Play Off has seen him pick 10 wickets in 5 innings, making him the top wicket taker for his team. His ability to bowl at both the middle and at the death makes him an valuable asset to fantasy team.
Asif Khan has been a standout player for the United Arab Emirates during the World Cup Qualifiers Play Off. He scored an impressive total of 296 runs in 5 innings, including one century and two half-centuries. His consistency has been remarkable throughout and he was the tournament’s top scorer for his team. Therefore, Khan is expected to bat in the middle order.
Kuwait vs UAE Differential Picks
Aayan Khan is a talented cricketer who has showcased his all-rounding skills in the World Cup Qualifiers Play Off. He scored 137 runs and took 7 wickets in 5 games and his spin bowling ability proves to be advantageous on a slow wicket.
Bilal Tahir has proven his worth in the Hong Kong OD series, where he amassed a total of 117 runs across two innings, making him the highest scorer for his team. His current form appears to be very good, but he usually bats in the lower order.
Kuwait vs UAE Safe Captaincy Picks
Kuwait vs UAE Differential Captaincy Picks
Kuwait vs UAE Fantasy XI:
WK: V Aravind
BAT: W Muhammad, A Khan, R Sandaruwan
AR: M Aslam, A Lakra, S Khan Shereef, A Khan
BOWL: Z Khan, K Meiyappan, Sayed Monib
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