The 2013 ICC World Cup qualifying matches are now going to start in UAE and the 2nd match of the qualifying round will be played between the host United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Uganda. All the cricket fans can catch the preview, prediction, live scorecard and result of this important match here from this page. The match is scheduled to start at 06:00 GMT | 10:00 local time | 11:00 PKT and will be played at Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi.
Total 16 teams are participating in 2013 ICC World Cup qualifying round but only the top teams on the points table will advance to the next round. All the teams have played warm-up matches before the start of original fixtures. Both UAE and Uganda had lost their first opening matches due ti poor performance. Uganda were beaten by Papua New Guinea while United Arab Emirates faced a defeat from the hands of Nepal cricket team.
Match: United Arab Emirates vs Uganda
Date: 15, Nov, 2013
Time: 06:00 GMT | 10:00 local time | 11:00 PKT
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi
Fans of the both teams are desperately waiting for this important match as they both want their teams to show good performance and qualify for the mega event of T20 World Cup. When we take a look at the past performances of both teams, United Arab Emirates is clearly a better side as compared to Uganda so they will also enter in this match as the favorite team to win. We strongly recommend you to visit us back during the match timings as the live score updates of UAE vs Uganda will be available here immediately after the start of match.
Khurram Khan (captain), Saqib Ali, Shaiman Anwar, Muhammad Azam, Nasir Aziz, Amjad Javed, Asim Kurshid, Rohan Mustafa, Muhammad Naveed, Swapnil Patil, Ahmed Raza, Abdul Shakoor, Kamran Shahzad, Shadeep Silva, Muhammad Shafiq
Davis Arinaitwe Karashani (captain), Hamu Kayondo Bagenda, Arthur Solomon Kyobe, Brian Masaba, Roger Mukasa, Abram Ndhlovu Mutyagaba, Phillemon Selowa Mukobe, Frank Nsubuga, Richard Gideon Okia, Raymond Otim, Patrick Ochan, Jonathan Sebanja, Henry Senyondo, Almuzahim Hamza Saleh, Charles Waiswa