Twice the World Champion West Indies Cricket Team will dominate the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018 Super Six stage and expect a big victory against Afghanistan in their first match on Thursday.After Super Six, the top two finishers will qualify in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July next year.The West Indies, who have made four points ahead of the initial group stage, can be out on top against the Afghans, who have zero points, when both sides fight in Harare Sports Club.
In spite of the odd performance of the West Indies in the group tournament – they had to struggle hard to win against low-ranked teams such as Papua New Guinea and the Netherlands – Captain Jason Holder said that he is happy that his team is ahead of Super Six Forum with increasing points”I think this one box has been ticked. We have not only qualified but qualified for four points in Super Six. I think it was important for the group to come in stages,” said Holder
“We have met Afghanistan in the Super Six match first, and we know that we have to win that game. I think everyone will be ready for it, this is clearly a winning game, it’s a lot The only important game is that. “In the second place, Scotland, the current champion, will take the UAE team (UAE) to the Super Six stage at the lower position in Bulawayo, compared to the zero points of the Asian team.
In the Super Six behind a single win, Afghanistan stumbled in Afghanistan, and like the United Arab Emirates, who, in the last match of the hauling in Ireland, in the Old Harrien, the Negligent Running Run of the Netherlands, Ivin Louise Rocket Hand, and the floods under the road on HSC The time, to climb without a single digit, will be a mountain to climb
The West Indies, which is going through a full uninterrupted but far away fourth round of four of the four wins, is strung on the next round in the form of an intuitive favorite on the four points, with the host Zimbabwe and the first dark horse Scotland out of three Call each group together thanks to a dramatic tie in their finals and face down in Ireland, with a fantastic but potentially useless net run rate advantage.
March 15 – West Indies V Afghanistan (S 6), Harare Sports Club
March 15 – UAE v Scotland (S6), Queens Sports Club
March 15 – PNG V Nepal (Play-off), Old Hariyan
March 15 – Netherlands v Hong Kong (play off), Quenwe Sports Club
March 16 – Ireland v Zimbabwe (S6), Harare Sports Club
Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer agreed that the United Arab Emirates is a dangerous side, playing in the Queens Sports Club will benefit their team.”We are preparing our first game against the UAE, we know that they are a dangerous and a tough team, and can not take it lightly, hopefully we are already playing in Bulawayo. So, we can hope that it can help us. “Coetzer said
On Friday, hosts Zimbabwe will rise against Ireland at the Harare Sports Club. Zimbabwe have achieved three points from their group stage, while Ireland, with 226 runs on the UAE, reached the Super Six with two points.
Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer is alert with the sides, his team plays in Super Six.
“I think we will really do well in the Super Six stage. We always play well in the Harare Sports Club and there will also be large domestic support to rely on us,” Kramer said.”It would be very difficult in Super Six, some very strong teams have made it, and the team that handles the best pressure will win.”
In addition to these super-six teams competing for World Cup spots, Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea and Nepal, an ODI from Playoff Factor will look to secure the position of the situation. The top team will join the Netherlands who, after winning the ICC World Cricket League Championship, qualified for the new 13-team ODY League, which started in 2020 last year.