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The 2021 European Cricket Championship has reached the decisive phase of Group A action. The Eliminator will be followed by the two qualifiers and the final on Friday 17th September.
Spain finished at the top of the 2021 European Cricket Championship Group A points table with 11 points to their name. They will face Belgium, who finished second with 10 points, in qualifying 1.
Norway and Sweden have collected nine points each in the Group A championship stage. They will cross swords against each other in the Eliminator.
Luxembourg are eliminated from the 2021 European Cricket Championship. They failed to register a victory in the tournament, their only point being obtained through an abandoned encounter.
Here is the classification of the teams in Group A after Matchday 4 of the 2021 European Cricket Championship:
2021 European Cricket Championship scoreboards and wickets
Norway’s Khizer Ahmed emerged as the top scorer after day four of the 2021 European Cricket Championship. He broke 168 points in eight matches, 45 of which was the best. Ahmed has an exceptional strike rate of 236.62 and has hit 11 four and 15 six.
Sweden’s Rahel Khan is ranked second in the points standings. He has racked up 164 runs to date, with an undefeated 40 being his best effort. Khan’s races achieved an excellent hit rate of 202.46 and are dotted with 10 fours and 16 maximums.
Norway’s Raza Iqbal slipped to third place on the 2021 European Cricket Championship list of top runners. He racked up 156 points in seven innings, with a best score of 52. Iqbal scored his points with a rate of impressive strike of 173.33, with the help of 16 limits and nine sixes.
Besides the three aforementioned players, the Swedes Share Ali (135) and Imal Zuwak (108), the Spaniard Hamza Saleem (133), Awais Ahmed (128) and Jack Perman (113), the Norwegian Walid Ghauri (123) and the Belgian Ali Raza. (121), Omid Rahimi (113) and Saber Zakhil (107) are the top scorers of their respective teams.
Sweden’s Azam Khalil, with 12 scalps to his name, consolidated his position as the best wicket-taker after Matchday 4 of the 2021 European Cricket Championship. He recorded the tournament’s best spell (4/10) and has a acceptable economy. from 9.30.
The Norwegian Vinay Ravi, who took nine wickets at the collar, occupies the second position in the wicket standings. He has 2/7 as his best effort and has a decent economy of 8.63.
Spaniard Kuldeep Lal is one of three bowlers who have won eight wickets each at the 2021 European Cricket Championship so far. Lal, who has 3/6 as the best performance, is placed higher than the other two bowlers because of his best saving of 9.08.
Besides Khalil, Ravi and Lal, the Spaniards Thomas Vine (8), Zulqarnain Haider (7) and Atif Mehmood (7), the Norwegians Hayatullah Niazi (8) and Prithvi Bhart (7), the Belgians Shagharai Sefat (7) and the Swedish Khalid Zahid (6) are the most successful bowlers of their respective teams.