Gulf News – Dubai: UAE skipper Rohan Mustafa is hopeful of wining their last group match against Namibia on Wednesday and remain in the race for a slot in the ICC World Cup qualifiers.

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  • Dubai: UAE skipper Rohan Mustafa is hopeful of wining their last group match against Namibia on Wednesday and remain in the race for a slot in the ICC World Cup qualifiers.
  • UAE’s 46-run victory over Oman on Monday, after successive defeats to Canada and Nepal in the ICC World Cricket League match held at the Affies Park in Windhoek, has given the team hopes of a comeback.
  • It is a very important match for us so that we can have the chance to reach the World Cup qualifiers,” UAE skipper Rohan Mustafa told Gulf News from Windhoek.
  • When asked why did UAE’s batting fail in matches against Canada and Nepal, Mustafa said: “It was a rainy weather and the wickets weren’t well prepared.
  • Hope we get a good wicket for the match against Namibia,” said Mustafa.


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