Scotland is an infant in the international cricket, but this infant can pester the adults and youngsters both at great lengths. Scotland is sure to beleaguer their group mates Australia, South Africa and Netherlands. Their impressive performance in the World Cricket League has ignited a very hopeful flame for the better future of cricket in Scottish territory.
There are many experienced, talented and skilled players in Scotland’s outfit. Craig Wright, their ever-bubbling captain is dubbed as the best captain in the lesser team in world cup. He is quite new at the one day international horizon having played just 13 ODIs, but have already shown his mettle to world in quite a solid way. He will be big hope for Scottish fan, if they want to see a major damage done by their team.
Where Craig Wright is the source of inspiration and guidance for the rest of Scottish affair, Colin Smith and Fraser Watts are two of the leading batsmen up in the order. Fraser Watts has made the opponents flinch many a times with his brilliant shot selection.
The man who always manages to set the crowd on fire and has been the culprit behind many electrifying moments in the game is the vice-captain of Scotland, known to world as Ryan Watson. If he gets going in any game, the game could be as interesting as any other. On many occasions, he has also provided critical breakthroughs with his utility bowling.
The bowling department of Scotland is fresh and immature, but nonetheless adds considerable value to the team. It consists of John Blain, Glenn Rogers and Dewald Nel. Other Scottish fellas include Dougie Brown, Gavin Hamilton, Majid Haq, Paul Hoffmann, Douglas Lockhart, Ross Lyons, Neil McCallum and Navdeep Poonia.More on:Colin Smith, Craig Wright, Dewald Nel, Dougie Brown, Douglas Lockhart, Fraser Watts, Gavin Hamilton, Glenn Rogers, John Blain, Majid Haq, Navdeep Poonia, Neil McCallum, Paul Hoffmann, Ross Lyons, Ryan Watson, Scotland, World Cup
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