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PNG vs Namibia 2nd Semi final Live Score
ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 PNG vs NAM 2nd Semi final will be played at the Dubai International Stadium in Dubai.
The match starts at 7:30 PM local time (3:30 PM GMT) (9:00 PM IST). This match will be telecast live on Star Sports 3. Live streamig will be available on Hotstar and ICC YouTube page.
PNG vs Namibia 2nd Semi final Live Streaming
- Date: Nov 01, 2019
- Venue: Dubai International Stadium in Dubai.
PNG vs NAM Head to Head
Matches Played PNG Won NAM Won Tie No Result 1 1 0 0 0
Tony Ura, Assad Vala (C), Lega Siaka, Charles Amini, Sese Bau, Riley Hekure, Kiplin Doriga (wk), Norman Vanua, Jason Kila, Damien Ravu, Nosaina Pokana
Stephan Baard, Niko Davin, JP Kotze, Craig Williams, Gerhard Erasmus (C), Zane Green (wk), JJ Smit, Jan Frylinck, Christi Viljoen, Bernard Scholtz, Ben Shikongo
PNG Team News
Papua New Guinea have fielded the same team for all six matches so far and it is unlikely there will be any changes going into the play-offs.
PNG Key Players
Tony Ura: Scored 71 from 42 balls when these teams last met and the big-hitting opener hit 177 runs in six matches in the group stage in total.
Assad Vala: Shared a century stand with Ura when these teams last met and hit 184 runs in the group stage in total. He also claimed nine wickets, including three when these teams last met and 3-7 in the win against Kenya.
Norman Vanua: Hit a vital half-century down the order against Kenya in Papua New Guinea’s low-scoring win and claimed eight wickets across the group stage – including a hat-trick in his first over of the first game.
NAM Team News
After their second defeat of the group stage, against Papua New Guinea, Namibia welcomed opener Stephan Baard and teenager Ben Shikongo back. They have since won five in a row without making any further changes.
NAM Key Players
Bernard Scholtz: Took 3-14 with his slow left-arm bowling in the play-off win against Oman to move to 11 wickets in his last four games and 14 in the tournament in total.
Jan Frylinck: Took 3-18 in the match against Papua New Guinea, and 4-21 against Singapore on his way to 15 wickets in Namibia’s seven matches so far. While normally considered an all-rounder, the left-hander’s batting has barely been called upon.
JJ Smit: Outstanding with bat and ball to turn the play-off against Oman on its head. His 59 took him to 164 runs in the tournament, while his 2-12 means he now has 11 wickets across the seven matches.
Papua New Guinea were in excellent form in the group stage and, while Namibia are in resurgent form, the Barras can book the final spot their form in this tournament merits.