November 04, 2021 10:35 AM
Ash Wheldon

Super 12 – India vs Scotland Preview & Prediction

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When is India vs Scotland taking place? India vs Scotland will take place on Friday 5th November, 2021 at 14:00 (UK)

Where is India vs Scotland taking place? India vs Scotland will take place at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai

What is the expected weather for India vs Scotland? 29c in clear skies

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

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

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



  • India produced a brilliant display, particularly with the bat, as they earned their first win of the T20 World Cup to keep their hopes of progressing to the semi-finals alive but they must back that effort up here.
  • The Indians posted an excellent score of 210-2 against Afghanistan while there was also a return to form for Mohammed Shami and he will be eager to build on his three-wicket haul in this contest.


  • Scotland put up a good fight in their clash with New Zealand but they were ultimately not good enough as they succumbed to defeat, their third in succession of the Super 12 phase of the tournament.
  • The Scots will need to be even better in this contest to avoid a fourth consecutive defeat and after India became the first side to surpass 200 runs in the tournament last time out, the pressure will be on their bowling unit to perform.


India were brilliant in their win over Afghanistan with KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma combining for an excellent 140-run opening partnership to set their side on their way to a comfortable success. They will need to build on that as they take on Scotland, knowing they need to keep winning and hoping for results to fall their way elsewhere if they are to remain in the tournament. The Scots have lost all three games in the Super 12 stage so far and they look set to fall short once again with the Indians able to cover the match handicap of -7.5 wickets/-45.5 runs on the back of their strong showing last time out.

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