2ND QUALIFIER - MATCH 23(ECC21.023) SPAIN (SPA) v SWEDEN (SWE) 1200 GMT | 1400 CET | 1730 IST

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SPA Timeline: LW NR W W W L W L (Avg Score For 117, Avg Score Against 112) 

SWE Timeline: W W NR L L L W W W (Avg Score For 127, Avg Score Against 117) 



Captain: Christian Munoz-Mills

Wicketkeeper: Awais Ahmed

Projected Top Order: Awais Ahmed, Hamza Saleem, Jack Perman, Yasir Ali 

Projected Opening Bowlers: Atif Mehmood, Zulqarnain Haider

Spin Options: Jack Perman, Yasir Ali


SPAIN Key Players:

Kuldeep Lal, has caught the eye in ECS comps over the last two seasons for his all-round performances. Joint top wicket taker for SPA scalping NINE wickets in eight games with a best return of 3-6. Scored an entertaining 46 off 20 balls opening the innings on Thursday to bag his first man of the match award this season.

Hamza Saleem, Prodigiously talented all-rounder, who made his international debut in the recent T20 Series win over Germany. Can make things happen with the ball and a quality left-hand bat, who can clear the fence with ease. Second highest scorer for Spain racking up 139 runs in eight innings including two man of the match awards, showcasing his exquisite hitting. Plundered 31 off 14 vs Belgium on Thursday.

Awais Ahmed, destructive wicket keeper batsman, likes to take control of the game from ball one, highest scorer for SPA racking up 157 runs in eight innings including a quickfire 45 off 18 balls.

Zulqarnain Haider, right arm pacer, has been impressive with the ball bowling good lines. second highest wicket taker for Spain scalping EIGHT wickets in eight games.

Thomas Vine, right arm medium pacer, only played four games but is joint leading wicket taker for Spain scalping NINE wickets and a best return of 3-24.


Captain: Abhijit Venkatesh

Wicketkeeper: Humayun Kabir Jyoti

Projected Top Order: Share AliRahel KhanAzam Khalil, Imal ZuwakAbhijit Venkatesh

Projected Opening Bowlers: Khalid ZahidZabi ZahidQudratullah Mir Afzal

Spin Options: Azam Khalil, Oktai Gholami, Rahel Khan


SWEDEN Key Players:

Azam Khalil, experienced campaigner in this format who contributes with bat and ball. Tireless worker on behalf of Swedish and European Cricket who will enjoy his moment in the sun here. Plundered 41 off just 12 balls vs Norway on the opening day, had gone cold since with a total of 78 runs in six innings. Scored an unbeaten 42 off 18 balls vs NOR in the eliminator. Top wicket taker in the tournament picking up 12 wickets with tournament best figures of 4-10.

Rahel Khan, a late call up who has seriously impressed with bat and ball in ECS cricket. Will be keen to take his chance on the big stage. The all-rounder is the joint highest scorer in the tournament racking up 195 runs in eight innings at a SR of 214.

Khalid Zahid, right arm pacer who can generate good speed, generally very tight with his line and lengths, third highest wicket taker for SWE with SEVEN victims.

Share Ali, one of the fiercest attacking batsmen in the Swedish batting line up. Get the Swedes off to a quick start. Second highest scorer for SWE racking up 169 runs in eight innings including a quality unbeaten 63 off 24 balls vs LUX on Monday. Has played crucial knocks in almost every game.

Imal Zuwak, destructive middle order batsman, took Sweden to an unlikely win against Belgium with a blistering knock of 61* in just 23 balls which included five consecutive sixes! Mustered another 37* off 13 in the eliminator taking his run tally to 145 in the tournament.

Oktai Gholami, highly talented ambidextrous off-spinner, second highest wicket taker for Sweden picking up EIGHT wickets in seven games including a man of the match performance of 4-23 vs Norway in the eliminator


Sweden started well winning their two games on the opening day but slipped to three consecutive defeats before recovering to three straight wins to reach the second qualifier. With momentum on their side, the Swedes look a highly competitive side and might cause an upset against Spain

Spain, on the other hand, made a late surge to top the standings but couldn’t continue their good run in the first qualifier losing to Belgium. Both sides will be eager to win this all important encounter to qualify for the finals week.


Last time they met: ECC21.013 | SPA 87 def SWE 86 (15 Sep 2021)


Match Prediction: Sweden (SWE) to win another thriller qualifying for the finals week.



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