England vs Scotland Match Ends in Rain-Forced Tie

England vs Scotland match washed out by rain, ends in a tie


In the T20 World Cup, defending champions England were forced to settle for a point in their opening match. The game against Scotland was called off due to rain, resulting in both teams being awarded one point each.

The match between England and Scotland in Bridgetown was delayed due to rain.

Scotland won the toss and elected to bat first.

Scottish openers George Munsey and Michael Jones delivered an impressive performance, putting pressure on the opposing bowlers.

As Scotland’s innings progressed, rain interrupted play again, causing a lengthy delay. When the match resumed, it was reduced to ten overs per inning.

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Scotland scored 90 runs without losing a wicket in their ten overs.

Michael Jones scored 45 runs with four fours and two sixes, while George Munsey also contributed 41 runs with the same number of boundaries and sixes.

According to the Duckworth-Lewis method, England was set a target of 109 runs.

However, during the innings break, heavy rain returned, prompting the umpires to abandon the match and award one point to each team.

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