Namibia 163 for 4 (Burger 43, Williams 37*) beat USA 120 for 8 (Taylor 44, Scholtz 2-18) by 35 runs
An all-round performance from Sarel Burger powered Namibia to an easy 35-run victory over USA, their first in the competition. Burger scored a 36-ball 43 that included two sixes and a four, and added 76 for the fourth wicket with Craig Williams, as Namibia finished on 163 for 4. He then bowled a tight spell of 4-0-16-1 to put pressure on USA during their chase.
USA lost regular wickets throughout the chase and a 34-ball 44 from the opener Steven Taylor aside, no one else produced a significant score. Bernard Scholtz and JJ Smit picked up two wicket each, as USA managed 120 from their 20 overs.
Ireland 138 for 5 (Wilson 53*, Kevin O'Brien 47, Silva 2-23) beat UAE 133 (Khurram 35, Mustafa 27, Sorensen 2-17)
UAE came close to pulling off an upset, but Ireland held their nerve to register five-run win in Abu Dhabi, their second tight win in two days.
UAE, helped by handy contributions from Khurram Khan and Rohan Mustafa, were 129 for 6 in the 19th over, 10 run away from a win. But in the next six balls, they lost four wickets for just four runs giving Ireland their third straight win in the competition. George Dockrell and Max Sorensen picked up two wickets apiece for the visitors.
Ireland, choosing to bat, were earlier propelled by Gary Wilson's first T20I fifty, and his 92-run fourth-wicket stand with Kevin O'Brien, that took the team to 138 for 5.