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The Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 will start on Wednesday, July 5, in Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. 

Featuring four T20 internationals and two unofficial ODIs, all matches of the Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 will be played at the United Cricket Club Ground in Windhoek.

Led by captain Merwe Erasmus, the Namibia cricket team will aim to bounce back after suffering a 2-3 ODI series defeat against a visiting Indian state cricket team, Karnataka, earlier in June. 

On the other hand, the Uganda cricket team head into the series after a thrilling one-run win against Kenya in the Africa Continental Cup 2023 final. 

The visitors have announced their 14-member squad for the Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 to be captained by Brian Masaba.

Uganda also visited Namibia in a similar series last year. While Namibia won the three-match T20I series 2-1, the two-match unofficial ODI series ended 1-1.

Where to watch Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.

There will be no live telecast of the Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 in India.

Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 schedule and live match times

All times in India Standard Time (IST)

Day and Date

Match

Venue

Time 

Wednesday, July 5

Namibia vs Uganda, 1st T20I

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

5:30 PM IST

Thursday, July 6

Namibia vs Uganda, 2nd T20I

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

5:30 PM IST

Saturday, July 8

Namibia vs Uganda, 3rd T20I

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

5:30 PM IST

Sunday, July 9

Namibia vs Uganda, 4th T20I

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

5:30 PM IST

Tuesday, July 11

Namibia vs Uganda, 1st unofficial ODI

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

1:00 PM IST

Thursday, July 13

Namibia vs Uganda, 2nd unofficial ODI

United Cricket Club Ground, Windhoek

1:00 PM IST

Uganda tour of Namibia 2023 squads

Namibia: Merwe Erasmus (captain), Bernard Scholtz, Niko Davin, Pikkie YaFrance, Gerhard Janse-Rensburg (wicketkeeper), Lohan Louwrens (wicketkeeper), Michau du-Preez (wicketkeeper), Zane Green (wicketkeeper), Jan Frylinck, Jonathan Smit, Michael van Lingen, Shaun Fouche, Ben Shikongo, Ruben Trumpelmann

Uganda: Brian Masaba (captain), Ronald Lutaaya, Simon Sesazi, Cyrus Kakuru (wicketkeeper), Alpesh Ramjani, Bilal Hassun, Dineshkumar Nakrani, Juma Miyagi, Kenneth Waiswa, Pascal Murungi, Riazat Ali Shah, Robinson Obuya, Frank Nsubuga, Henry Senyondo

Photo credit: Alamy

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