The 38th match of ICC World Twenty20 qualifier 2013/14 is scheduled to be played between Uganda and United States of America (USA) on 21st November 2013 at Abu Dhabi. All of our visitors can get the preview, live score updates, prediction, team squads and result of this match through this page. According to the announced fixture, the Uganda vs United States of America ICC T20 World Cup qualifier match will start at 14:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:00 PKT and the live score of the match will be available here immediately after it.
Both Uganda and USA cricket teams have been placed in group A along with 6 other teams. Till now both teams have played 4 matches each and the performance of both has also been very similar. Both teams are at the bottom place on the group A points table. Uganda is at the 7th place after losing 3 and winning only 1 match. Uganda have only beaten Italy till now and lost all rest of the matches due to consistent poor performances.
Match: Uganda v United States of America
Date: 21, Nov, 2013
Time: 14:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:00 PKT
Venue: Abu Dhabi
On the other hand, United States of America also have similar performance which has led them to the last position on points table. They had started the tournament with an impressive victory over Canada but then failed to keep the winning momentum going and lost their next three consecutive matches against Italy, Namibia and Ireland. Now both these teams will face each other in their 5th match of the tournament and the live score of the game will be available here during match timing.
Davis Arinaitwe Karashani (captain), Hamu Kayondo Bagenda, Arthur Solomon Kyobe, Richard Gideon Okia, Raymond Otim, Patrick Ochan, Jonathan Sebanja, Henry Senyondo, Almuzahim Hamza Saleh, Charles Waiswa, Brian Masaba, Roger Mukasa, Abram Ndhlovu Mutyagaba, Phillemon Selowa Mukobe, Frank Nsubuga
United States of America –
Neil McGarrell (captain), Timroy Allen, Danial Ahmed, Imran Awan, Barrington Bartley, Japen Patel, Adam Sanford, Srinivasa Santhanam, Steven Taylor, Orlando Baker, Akeem Dodson, Karan Ganesh, Muhammad Asad Ghous, Elmore Hutchinson, Steve Massiah