What are the hot tips and best bets as the tournament qualification race heats up in the UAE?
<div><h2>Round Ten matches</h2><p><strong>Sunday 27 October 2019</strong></p><p>The ICC World Twenty20 qualifying tournament could have easily been dismissed as a procession of mismatches with the more established Associates dominating. Instead, it has been competitive and surprising. And Round Ten highlights that perfectly.</p><p>We had this round of matches in mind for some time, reckoning it would be a welcome break from mismatches. Instead, Canada versus United Arab Emirates at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium and Netherlands versus Scotland at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium no longer stand out like sore thumbs.</p><p>Canada will be a fancy to take down the hosts. They have already secured one shock with defeat of Ireland and the UAE have been in a bit of chaos. They have had a conveyor belt of players, it seems, feeding into the offices of the International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption team. Canada are desperate for a win after a potentially disastrous defeat against Oman on Friday for their qualification hopes. We should get chunky odds on Canada and we’re looking for at least 2.8.</p><p><a href="http://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=168&a=4417b7df-a48f-47f3-9b45-f79858bc083a&f=3" target="_blank"><img alt src="https://images-production-euw2-753931602578.s3.amazonaws.com/5d582dcf927b95968483da5f/original-10-bet-new-customer-welcome-bonus" style="width:100%" /></a></p><p>The Netherlands will be chunkier still against the Scots one would have thought. We’ll consider a small nibble on them if we can get 3.0 or bigger. Scotland have been up and down this tournament and started off poorly with a surprise loss to Singapore. We’re also swerving top bat wagers on this one. Having identified Richie Berrington as a bet early doors we’ve lost faith somewhat.</p><p>There is a bet to be had on the top bat market in the Hong Kong contest against a weak Nigeria unit. Nizakat Khan has been underrated by the bookmakers throughout the tournament and there’s a hefty stats edge in our favour in terms of how often he wins.</p><p>He has 118 runs in the competition so far, behind Kinchit Shah who has 194 runs. Shah, obviously, is a threat to the wager but with Nigeria’s bowling unlikely to trouble Hong Kong, those who get first dibs. Nizakat is an opener, Shah is not. So he will get</p></div>