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Scotland name 14-man squad for Cricket World Cup League Two tour of UAE

BBC Sport Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Scotland have named a 14-man squad of "youth and experience" for the Cricket World Cup League Two tour of the UAE in December, says head coach Shane Burger.
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