Scotland cricket team has been announced the final squad for the upcoming ICC 2019 Cricket world cup Qualifier Matches which will be schedule to played in Zimbabwe from the 4 March.
Kyle Coetzer has been selected as a skipper and will captaining the side against Afghanistan, Hong Kong and Zimbabwe along with final qualifiers team which will be confirm after the end of the world cricket league division 2 in February Matches.
Two new faces michael Jones and Tom sle both has been pick in the line up after a maiden internationa tour to UAE previously in january.
Scotland go with full pace attack as Hampshire due Brad Wheal and Chris Sole included in the squad along with Safyaan Sharif, Stuart Whittingham and Alasdair Evans so its surely be a good pace attack of the scotland in qualifier games.
Richie Berrington who has been named as vice-captain and with them Matthew Cross and Calum MacLeod who all are in the great form and team want a good performance from this valuable and experience players.
Coetzer said: “We are all looking forward to the challenges ahead. The squad has been preparing efficiently, taking into consideration the conditions and the opposition we will face.
“The quality of the competition ahead will be higher and better than ever before, especially with four Full Member nations also required to qualify. There is nothing to fear, it is merely something we openly speak about and embrace.
“We hope to be in a position by the end of the tournament to not only qualify for the World Cup but also defend our title from the previous qualifying campaign. We have the depth within our squad to make this a reality and we will be raring to go when the opening game comes around.”
Scotland’s head coach Grant Bradburn said: “We welcome the new faces into the squad in Michael Jones and Tom Sole who have both adapted very quickly and shown their fantastic international qualities on the recent tour to Dubai. While the side will miss several experienced players of recent times, it contains a strong heart of quality proven players who are relishing the opportunity to step forward and dominate for Scotland.”
Kyle Coetzer (c), Richie Berrington (vc), Matthew Cross, Alasdair Evans, Michael Jones, Michael Leask, Calum MacLeod, George Munsey, Safyaan Sharif, Chris Sole, Tom Sole, Craig Wallace, Mark Watt, Brad Wheal, Stuart Whittingham