November 06, 2021 8:38 PM
Alex Sarwar

Super 12 – India vs Namibia Preview & Prediction

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When is India vs Namibia taking place? India vs Namibia will take place on Monday 8th November, 2021 at 14:00 (UK)

Where is India vs Namibia taking place? India vs Namibia will take place at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi

What is the expected weather for India vs Namibia? 30-26c sunshine descending into clear skies with a gentle breeze

Where can I get tickets for India vs Namibia? Visit here for the latest ticket information for India vs Namibia

What TV channel is India vs Namibia on in the UK? India vs Namibia will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream India vs Namibia? Sky Sports subscribers can stream India vs Namibia live on Sky Go



  • India’s thumping eight-wicket win over Scotland keeps them in with a chance of reaching the semi-finals, although that chance may be over by the time that they take to the field here should New Zealand emerge triumphant over Afghanistan the day before this match.
  • Spin-bowler Ravichandran Ashwin retained his place in the side and took a wicket after impressing against Afghanistan and the likelihood is that he makes a third successive appearance in this one, whilst batter Ishan Kishan will likely miss out once again.


  • Since beating Scotland in their opening Super 12s match, Namibia have since lost each of their last three games and are now unable to reach the semi-final stage heading into this historic showdown against India.
  • Namibia will need all their key players to put in star performances if they are to pull off what would be the shock of the tournament, with all-rounder David Wiese and top order batter Craig Williams particularly important from their point of view.


Even if India find themselves in a position where they are unable to reach the semi-finals even with victory here, Virat Kohli in his final match as India’s T20 captain will be expecting a dominant performance from his side. India are understandably a far stronger team than Namibia in all departments whether it be batting or bowling and they have no excuse not to secure a comfortable win. Namibia to their credit will no doubt put in a strong performance in a fixture that is a testament to how far they have come as a cricketing nature. However, that won’t be enough for them to avoid defeat.

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