# Afghanistan Vs Scotland: Match Fixing V Numerical Accuracy

While Afghanistan might be celebrating their first win in any world cup, the element of match fixing seems to have crept in. The numerology is suggesting that the results have been manipulated, may be during the chase.  The original prediction provided by me yesterday was –

When we calculate the three values for the match date, and also add the weekday ruler number to it, we find this kind of pattern and two unstable numbers, 44 and 47, both of which could create thrilling new numbers.

26
18 = 44 + 3= 47

Afghanistan team captain Nabi complete birth date total is 25, but the 47 changes to 52 which is in reverse order to his total.

Oh, on the other hand, 26 creates its half number 13 and when added to 18, finally creates a 31. Scotland team captain Momsen’s complete birth date total is 31. So, this should favor his team.

PS– There are not a single but two changeable numbers, so, the matter could be more complex and/or different from the version which I have written.

The ’44’ is the same from left to right, right to left. So, the 52 can turn likewise to 25. Also, Nabi’s total 26 can match with 31 [infact, more than momsen’s 31]. But, the presence of 5-20=25 pattern in second wicket is hinting at the possibility of match fixing being done in favor of Afghan team in the second innings.

Samiullah Shenwari struck three sixes in the 47th over to change the game,

Second wkt represents losing team, but the result is just the opposite. It is almost like the prediction has been caught between numerical accuracy vs match fixing. 1st wicket fell at 7/1, equals 21. This matches Nabi’s 25, the score was 210 all out. The target came exactly, 180 + 31 = 211.

Samiullah Shenwari struck three sixes in the 47th over to change the game, his innings is fishy.