Australia will take on New Zealand in a Group 2 fixture of the World T20 at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala.
The Kiwis defeated tournament favourites India in their last outing and will be feeling condifent of getting another win.
New Zealand will look to their spinners once more to try and contain the big hitter of Australia including David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, James Faulkner.
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Heriot Watt added another trophy to their cabinet after claiming the Ramada Gulf Cup Inter-University T20 title.
This season, the Dubai outfit already tasted success in the Dubai International Academic City and Manipal University Cups and their latest crown came courtesy of a nine-wicket triumph over Amity University.
Batting first in Ajman, Amity endured a tough time at the crease and were all out for 102.
Omer Mohammad (24) top-scored for his side as his team-mates had no answer to Heriot’s attack with Muqeet Butt finishing with figures of 3-19.
Despite a low target, Heriot began their run-chase in a cautious manner.
Although Adnan Khan was sent back to the pavilion after scoring 26 runs, his partner Chirag Suri was on fire.
The former UAE Under-19 int-ernational struck a half-century (50no) and was well supported by Rohit Singh (26) as the pair helpedHeriot reach their target with ease.
Singh was thrilled with the team’s latest accolade and believes the tournament will keep them in good stead for future competitions.
“It is certainly a great feeling to win another trophy for Heriot Watt,” said the 22-year-old, who captained the UAE in the Under-19 World Cup in 2014.
“It’s great preparation for the rest of the season as the Red Bull Campus cricket competition begins next month and that is one tournament we want to win given we are the defending champions.”
Under the patronage of H. H. Sheikh Nahyan bin Hamdan Bin Mohamed Al Nahyan, 146 survivirs of that traumatic event arrived at Terminal One of the Dubai International Airport, for a four day trip to the UAE last Thursday.
The students were invited to the inauguration of the new Pakistan Super League (PSL), where they would meet some of cricket’s biggest names, Pakistan’s international T20 captain Shahid Afridi.
The following day they would witness their home team play, and win, their first match of the tournament, defeating Islamabad United.
However, things were to get better for the youngsters, who on Monday had the experience of a lifetime – playing against Afridi’s PSL team, Peshawar Zalmi, in a charity beach cricket match hosted at SkyDive Dubai and sponsored by the UAE-based energy drink Moto.
Mohammad Awada, CEO of Moto said: “It is almost unimaginable to think about what these children have been through. Moto wanted to help make this a memorable visit and we were more than happy to support such an exciting and worthwhile initiative.”
Shahid Afridi added: “It means a lot to put a smile back on the faces of these kids.”
The students, many of whom are still traumatized by the events of December 16th 2014, returned home after enjoying an action-packed stay in the UAE, which also included a trip to Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi.