In Monday's match against Scotland, Uganda will be looking to get back into the groove and up the tempo against a very good side.

Manager Ligyalingi says the focus "will centre on batting deep".

On Saturday Scotland suffered a most unexpected scare at the hands of Oman winning by only 9 runs as the Omanis fought back with some incredible batting. This will be a warning to those in the Ugandan camp who may be counting on victory against Oman in their final group match on Wednesday. As the Scots can all too well testify, no match should ever be taken for granted.

Scotland boasts some excellent batsmen with McCallum and recently called-up South African born Coetzer. These two can swing a game and, notably, also lead the tournament in aggregate runs.

Although they've some excellent bowling in Goudie and Nel, for instance, the Scots are vulnerable to attack as Ireland, Oman, and Gerry Snyman of Namibia have all proved.

Uganda will be looking to improve upon the batting mini-collapse that occurred against Ireland. The key to posting a large total will be setting up partnerships. Kwebiha coming in at six has answered the call, and Olweny is looking well placed at number three.

There is still some questions to be asked about numbers four and five, though Nandkishor did look comfortable in his tournament debut putting on 14 until a mental error cost his wicket.

Left handed opener Arthur Kyobe's luck and batting will have to improve as it has been disappointing to see him going out early.

We will most likely see some sort of change in the bowling department. Asadu Seyiga's pace bowling may get some exposure in an attempt to shake things up. Apparently he can bat a bit as well.

Namibia have not yet won a match, and they play Oman on the same day. The result will be very important for Uganda's chances of getting into the Super Eight stage, and with it a chance for World Cup qualification. Should Namibia lose they are certainly out, and Oman v Uganda on Wednesday becomes a must win for both sides.