Papua New Guinea will clash against Scotland in the 73rd match of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup League 2 2019-2021/22. The match will take place at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on April 9. I have picked the top three betting tips from the PNG vs SCO match prediction for you.
The competition has progressed to its 73rd game. The two teams had their fair share of games since the tournament started in 2019 and are placed according to the games they won and lost. Papua New Guinea will not be very happy with their stance in the competition with a maiden win while losing on 15 occasions. On the other hand, Scotland has won 7 games while losing 3 matches after their 12 scheduled fixtures. Scotland dominantly leads the tally by 5-0 in the last five clashes between the sides. To know further details about the game, let us take a better look at the top three betting tips from the PNG vs SCO head-to-head encounter.
Looking at the past records, I have picked the following team betting tip from the PNG vs SCO match prediction. Take a gander.
Papua New Guinea is having a terrible campaign in ICC Men's Cricket World Cup League 2 2019-2021/22. They managed to win a single game while losing on 15 occasions and are placed at the bottom of the table with 2 points, 10 points behind the team placed above them. They have lost all the games against Scotland in the five meetings since 2017. On the top of that, the opening line-up consistently failed to establish a solid start for the team. In 2022, PNG played four games and posted opening partnerships sustaining for 12, 12, 51 and 7 runs respectively. 75% of the time, PNG scored under our target, making it a safe pick for the upcoming PNG vs SCO head-to-head encounter. Tony Ura has consistently given away his wicket pretty early on three occasions out of the four games PNG played this year. In the last two clashes between the sides in 2021, PNG posted the scores of 17 and 8 runs before the 1st dismissal, adding more credibility to this lucrative betting tip. Tony Ura averages at 17.73 in the competition while the opener opposite him, L Siaka averages at 16.75. All facts considered, Papua New Guinea is more likely to score under 16.5 runs before 1st dismissal and with Pari Match offering the odds of 1.87 for the same, you should take it to earn a hefty payday.
I have picked players from Papua New Guinea for the best PNG vs SCO player betting tips. Have a look.
Assad Vala, the 34-year-old left-handed batter from Papua New Guinea, is leading his team into the tournament. Although he failed to carry the team to victories, his individual contributions are noteworthy which is why I have picked him for the PNG vs SCO player betting tip. Vala has played 41 ODI games where he has amassed 1190 runs at an average of 29.75. This alone exceeds our target but it gets better in the next few lines. He has scored 681 runs in 16 games in the competition, averaging at 45.40, highest in his team. His last four scores in 2022 read as 45, 68*, 19 and 46 runs. Three out of four times, he manages to exceed our target by a huge margin. In the last two meetings between the sides, Vala registered scores of 28 and 30 in 2021, further concreting this betting tip. On a similar note, he holds an average of 30.12 vs Scotland in the 8 games he has batted in. All these facts hint towards his fantastic batting prowess and suggest that the batter is more likely to score over 20.5 runs in the PNG vs SCO head-to-head encounter. Pari Match offers the odds of 1.87 for the same and you should take it.
This is one of the easiest bets to predict. Tony Ura has been consistently batted poorly in the 50 over circuit. He has an experience of 39 ODI matches with an average of 22.33, which is pretty low for an opening batsmen. He has played 15 games in the competition and managed to score 266 runs at a low average of 17.73. Although this exceeds our betting tip, the next few lines will convince you to pick this hot betting tip. Ura scored 6, 10, 27 and 3 runs in the last four games played in 2022. He holds a poor batting record against Scotland and averages at 18.71 in 7 games. 75% of the times in 2022, Ura was the first batter to lose his wicket in the game. The last time he played against Scotland, he registered the score of 2 runs in the match and was dismissed in the 2nd over of the match. With that being mentioned, Ura is more likely to lose his wicket before scoring 16.5 runs in the PNG vs SCO head-to-head match and with Pari Match offering the odds of 1.87 for the same, you should capitalise on this betting tip.
Papua New Guinea to score under 16.5 runs before 1st dismissal @ 1.87 (Pari Match)
Assad Vala to score over 20.5 runs @ 1.87 (Pari Match)
Tony Ura to dismiss before scoring 16.5 runs @ 1.87 (Pari Match)
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