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PNG vs UGA, ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Match 9: 5 Players To Watch Out For

PNG vs UGA, ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Match 9: 5 Players To Watch Out For
PNG vs UGA, ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Match 9: 5 Players To Watch Out For Image: Cricfit

In match 9 of the T20 World Cup 2024, Papua New Guinea takes on Uganda at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence, Guyana on Wednesday, June 5. The match pits the two underdogs from Group C against each other.

While Brian Masaba’s Uganda will try to bounce back from their 125-run loss to Afghanistan, Assad Vala’s Papua New Guinea will try to replicate their opening game performance while also aiming for a better outcome after losing by 5 wickets to the West Indies.

It is unlikely that either Uganda or Papua New Guinea will advance from Group C, which is made up of Afghanistan, the West Indies, and New Zealand. These teams will likely compete for two slots in the Super 8s.

While Papua New Guinea is competing in its second edition of the T20 World Cup, Uganda is making its debut. They last participated in the competition in 2021, going winless in the first round group stage.

PNG vs UGA: Top 5 Players to Watch Out For:

Alpesh Ramjani (UGA):

Mumbai's Alpesh Ramjani to play for Uganda in T20 World Cup | Cricket News - Times of India

A talented all-around player, Alpesh Ramjani thrives as a left-handed hitter and a slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He has demonstrated his versatility on the field by scoring 29 runs and claiming eight wickets in his last five games. Ramjani is an important member of his squad because of his bat and ball contributions, which show that he can have a multifaceted impact on the game. His most recent performances demonstrate his steady talent and potency in pivotal moments during games.

Henry Ssenyondo(UGA):

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Henry Ssenyondo is a skilled left-arm orthodox bowler who is renowned for his control and accuracy. He has taken four wickets in his last five games, steadily bolstering his team’s bowling assault. Ssenyondo is an important player because of his capacity to shatter alliances and apply constant pressure to the opposition. His recent performances highlight his consistent form and technique, demonstrating his worth as a dependable bowler in a range of match scenarios. His contributions are still crucial to the success of his team.

Bilal Hassan (UGA):

Bilal Hassan Profile - Cricket Player Uganda | Stats, Records, Video

Renowned for his medium-fast right-arm bowling, Bilal Hassan has been in excellent form over the last five games. With his six wickets, Hassan has demonstrated his ability to disturb the opposition’s batting order. His steady performances highlight his competence and dependability as a bowler, greatly assisting in his team’s victory. Hassan’s ability to take big wickets at critical junctures emphasizes his worth and influence on the field, demonstrating his importance as a bowling asset.

 Assad Vala (PNG):

Assad Vala Profile - Cricket Player P.N.G. | Stats, Records, Video

Another important all-rounder for PNG is Assad Vala. The left-hander, who bats in the top order, has scored 35 runs in his last five games. With six wickets in his last game, his off-break bowling has also been effective.

Charles Amini (PNG): 

Charles Amini: I'd like every opportunity to play the full members while we have ODI status | Cricket.com

All-arounder Charles Amini is a flexible player. The left-handed, top-order batsman has proven his batting prowess by amassing 154 runs in his last five games. In recent games, he has claimed six wickets with his leg-break bowling.

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