Scotland vs Singapore Betting Tips & Prediction – 1st Match ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019

Prateik K
By: Prateik K
Prediction SCO vs SIN

Betting Tips for Scotland vs Singapore

Singapore won by 2 runs

Winner Odds

Scotland – 1.22 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.122 if Scotland wins) BET NOW
Singapore – 4.3 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.430 if Singapore wins) BET NOW

More Odds & Betting Tips

  • George Munsey leads to be the team top batsman for Scotland with odds of 3.24 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.324). While Kyle Coetzer follows with 3.4 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.340) odds. BET NOW
  • Tim David and S Chandramohan have odds of 3.5 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.350) and 3.6 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.360) in the team top batsman market for Singapore. BET NOW
  • While Scotland leads in the highest opening partnership market with 1.66, Singapore follows with 2.2 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.220) odds. BET NOW
  • In the Special Bets market, the odds for Yes option in the Any player to score 50 or more runs in the match are set at 1.3 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.130). BET NOW
  • While Alasdair Evans leads for Scotland to be the top bowler with odds of 4 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.400), Amjad Mahboob has odds of 3.74 (bet Rs.100 to win Rs.374) to be top bowler for Singapore. BET NOW

SCO vs SIN Match Odds by 22Bet & Betway


ICC T20 Qualifier Match 1 Squad Comparison


Kyle Coetzer will be leading Scotland into the 1st match of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 against Singapore. Scotland has 3 batting and 3 bowling all-rounders in the squad including Richie Berrington, Calum MacLeod, Josh Davey, Michale Leask, and Tom Sole. Richie Berrington (34) and M Leask (32), were top scorers against UAE as Scotland finished 120-9 chasing 158 runs. Earlier, bowling first, Scotland had restricted UAE to 157-5 where Tom Sole picked 3 for 24 in 4 overs.

While the all-rounders have been the top performers for Scotland, George Munsey scored 86 off 41 balls in the next warm-up match against Ireland opening for his side. Ollie Hairs was out for 39 off 18 balls at number 3 as Scotland put 210-8 on the board batting first. Hamza Tahir was top bowler for Scotland with 3 for 32 as Scotland managed to defend the total winning by just 1 run. Safyaan Sharif is another crucial bowler in the Scotland bowling attack. While Matthew Cross and Craig Wallace played at different positions in both warm-up matches, the two didn’t really click with the bat. Cross could be helpful at number 4 or 5 for Scotland to build a partnership in the middle.


Singapore lost both of their warm-up matches as their batting form dropped after the first game. Batting first against Canada at Dubai, Singapore scored 164-5 with S Chandramohan being the top team batsman with 51 off 38 balls. Aritra Dutta and Manpreet Singh played crucial innings at number 4, and 5 helping the side reach 164 in 20 overs. While defending the total, V Baskaran and S Vijayakumar were the only ones with a decent economy rate. While S Vijayakumar was wicketless for 27 runs in 4 overs, Baskaran finished with 2 for 27.

However, the rest of the Singapore bowling attack was expensive and the team lost by 6 wickets as the opposition chased down the target in 18 overs. In the next warm-up game against Jersey, Singapore was bowled out for 112 runs batting first. NMS Param and Sidhant Singh were top scorers with 28 and 30 off 25 balls each at number 6 and 7. V Baskaran and S Vijayakumar bowled a maiden over each defending a low total. While Baskaran finished 0 for 19, S Vijayakumar was the top performer with 1 for 15 in his 4 overs.

Our Prediction for Scotland vs Singapore

Scotland is likely to win the match

Scotland has a more experienced side as compared to Singapore. Scotland’s got an attacking and aggressive batting line-up with George Munsey, Ollie Hairs at the top followed by a long list of batting and bowling all-rounders like Richie Berrington. Betting sites in India have Scotland as clear favorites with 1.22 odds and the scales are likely to remain the same unless Singapore delivers some magical spell.