Kyle Coetzer believes his team (Scotland) will qualify



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Kyle Coetzer believes his team (Scotland) will qualify

Scottish team skipper Kyle Coetzer believes in the placement to the super 12 of the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup. It is obvious that Scotland respects its opponents, but they also believe in their ability to achieve a positive result.

"Every game is as it comes," Coetzer said on Saturday, as quoted by cricbuzz "There is no bigger game than the next. We understand the dangers in every game. For us, every team has the ability to win games. We have to respect that as best as we can but also not fear it."

"We have to be able to go out there and play our style of cricket. We know the dangers Oman pose to us. They've played some good cricket against us over the years." "We look forward to those games. On any given day, you have to look forward to that and respect the opposition."

Obviously, the team believes in George Munsey, for whom Coetzer had only words of praise "George is a fantastic player," Coetzer said, lavishing praises on the 28-year-old. "He has been playing exceptionally well recently.

He has been a consistent performer for us in T20 cricket - prior to the pandemic and after the pandemic." "He has developed into a dangerous player. What he does do well is he works very well in partnership with whoever he is playing.

He is able to take the pressure off the other batter that's in and work together with them. "There are dangerous players throughout our line-up, and George is just one of them, who is ready to make a scene in international cricket.

Ultimately, it comes down to him when and how he does that." "How he makes decisions in pressure situations. He is certainly in fine form where he feels he can really influence our team with the bat."

Chris Greaves

One of the interesting names is Chris Greaves, the spinner of the Scottish team.

The opportunity he was given was an indicator of his work and effort "Chris is a character," Coetzer said. "He is full of energy. He likes to get on the field. He's got the never say die attitude. Being a wrist spinner, you've got to be confident, be willing to want the ball in your hand and take on the challenges you face on any given day."

"Chris is willing to do that on and off the field. He's had to fight really hard to be among the squad. "To see the way he has taken the opportunities coming his way has been really exciting for us as well as him."

"Having a wrist spinner among your squad, in any T20 team, is a really valuable asset. And Chris has certainly added to our bowling attack and spin department."