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Captain Green confident ahead of first Cricket World Cup tie

Captain Green confident ahead of first Cricket World Cup tie

Despite having lost their two warm-up matches against England and Zimbabwe respectively, Namibia’s U19 captain Zane Green is confident that the team will give a good account of themselves when they face Scotland in their first group stage match tomorrow.
“We had a decent warm-up and there a lot of positives we can take out of it, even though we didn’t get the results we wanted”, the skipper said from Bangladesh’s city Chittagong, where the team take on the Scottish at 16:00 Namibian time.
Since then the juniors have been training every day to be as prepared as possible. “We had three good days of training before tomorrow so I think we are ready and positive for the game,” added Green.
Namibia play South African in their second group match on 31 January in Cox’s Bazar before they take on the hosts on 2 February at the same venue.

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