Kyle Coetzer was bowled by Ali Khawar Ali for a well-compiled 41, but Scotland seem to have the chase firmly under control with just 22 runs required off 36 balls. Matthew Cross and Richie Barrington have occupied the crease and are steadily guiding Scotland towards victory in their T20 World Cup clash against Oman, who ended up with a paltry 122 after electing to bat first at the Al Amerat Cricket Ground. Josh Davey was the wrecker-in-chief, picking three key wickets.
Scotland skipper Kyle Coetzer departs after a well-made 41.
— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) October 21, 2021