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Scotland coach Grant Bradburn hopes he can help his adopted country realise their “dream” of playing Test cricket.
The New Zealander arrived in Scotland on Monday and will be in attendance when they face England in a one-day international in Aberdeen on Friday.
Scotland have already qualified for next year’s one-day World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
However, the International Cricket Council recently announced that the leading associate or junior nation would play the bottom-ranked Test side in 2018, with the prize of gaining Test status.
Ireland may be in pole position among the associate nations to step up to Test status but former New Zealand international Bradburn wants to see Scotland making a concerted challenge.
“At the moment, realistically, Test cricket is the dream and I would love that to be turned into a goal,” Bradburn, who coached Northern Districts to first-class and one-day domestic titles during five years in charge of the New Zealand regional side, said Tuesday.
“But I wouldn’t do that until I get my chance to get my feet on the ground and assess our playing stocks and start developing the skills I know will be needed to be competitive at Test cricket.
“The difference between number 13 in the world and number 10 is huge. It’s only three places but I can tell you it is a long way.
“But it’s a fantastic dream to have. The ICC have opened the door and made it realistic for associate teams to give themselves an opportunity to play Test cricket.
“Therefore, the longer version of the game will become more important to us.”
He added: “I only arrived yesterday (Monday) but I’ve done a little bit of homework on the squad.
“But the exciting thing is that I will be walking into an environment where I don’t know the players and I don’t know staff that well.
“However, I do know that they have had some success recently and there are some quality people in this organisation and I’m really looking forward to bringing the experiences I have had as a coach and applying that to what is required here.”
Coetzer has recovered from the wrist injury that limited his participation in the World Cup Qualifier, so he should return to open the batting. Richie Berrington’s hamstring problem could lead to a recall for allrounder Josh Davey, while Michael Leask provides another spin-bowling option.
Scotland (probable): 1 Kyle Coetzer (capt), 2 Calum MacLeod, 3 Matt Machan, 4 Preston Mommsen, 5 Freddie Coleman, 6 Matty Cross (wk), 7 Josh Davey, 8 Rob Taylor, 9 Safyaan Sharif, 10 Majid Haq, 11 Iain Wardlaw.
Cook missed the ODIs in the West Indies that formed part of England’s World T20 preparations, meaning he resumes the captaincy for the first time since Australia.
Stuart Broad is not included, as he rehabilitates his knee, leaving James Anderson to lead an otherwise inexperienced attack, while Joe Root returns after breaking his thumb.
The main questions centre on whether Moeen Ali will be preferred to Gary Ballance, or if Chris Woakes will win a first limited-overs cap in almost a year.
England (probable): 1 Alastair Cook (capt), 2 Ian Bell, 3 Moeen Ali, 4 Joe Root, 5 Eoin Morgan, 6 Ravi Bopara, 7 Jos Buttler (wk), 8 Chris Jordan, 9 James Tredwell, 10 James Anderson, 11 Harry Gurney