Afghanistan’s U19 team and England’s U19 team will face off in the first semi-final match on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The 13th place playoff match will take place on February 1, 2022, at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua. Fans will also come to encourage their favourite team in the semi-final match between Afghanistan U19 and England U19, so that among them one should be able to move on to the final match of the ICC U19 World Cup season 2021/22.
Both teams are very strong, as Afghanistan came ahead in the semi-final after defeating Sri Lanka’s U19 team by four runs in the Super League Quarter Finals, as Captain of Afghanistan U19 Suliman Safi delivered the best scores from his teammates in the match.
The England U19 team super won in all three games of Group A with a net run rate of 3.005, as their captain, Tom Prest, helped their teammates by coordinating and supporting them to pick up that victory in the match.
Apart from the matches, people have observed some players from both the teams, as the strongest player for Afghanistan U19 was Suliman Safi, who contributed 288 runs in a total of eight matches. And Ijaz Ahmad Ahmadzai has shared 204 runs in just eight matches.
And from the England U19 team, William Luxton has contributed 291 runs in 8 superb matches and Tom Prest has mentioned his 319 runs created from 9 matches.
The Afghanistan and England U19 teams will play continuously till the end of 50-overs in the 13th Place Play-off Match in the 1st Semi-Final Match of the ICC U-19 World Cup on February 1, 2022, at 6:30 PM.
Afghanistan Team U19-Sulan Safi, Ijaz Ahmad Ahmadzai, Abdul Hadi, Allah Noor, Bilal Ahmad, Bilal Sami, Bilal Sayedi, Faisal Khan Ahmadzai, Ijaz Ahmad, Izharulhaq Naveed, Khaiber Wali, Khalil Ahmad, Mohammad Ishaq, Mohammad Younos, Mohammadullah Najbullah, Nangyalai Khan, Naveed Zadran, Noor Ahmad, Shahidullah Hasani, and Suliman Arabzai.
England U19 Team– Tom Prest [c], Thomas Aspinwall, Sonny Baker, Nathan Barnwell, George Bell, Jacob Bethell, Joshua Boyden, James Boyden, James Coles, Alex Horton, William Luxton, Rehan Ahmed, James Rew, James Sales, Fateh Singh, and George Thomas.