Nepal vs Namibia Match Live Score & Match Preview
Nepal will host four matches over seven days starting Wednesday, February 15, when the Scots team will take on Namibia in Kirtipur. The match will start at 0900 local time (0315 GMT).
Nepal (Friday 17 February), Namibia (Monday 20 February) and finally against Nepal (Tuesday 21 February) to conclude the three-and-a-half-year campaign.
It all started with a loss to Oman in Aberdeen in August 2019, which also included a tri-series involving Papua New Guinea. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed a number of matches, but since then Scotland have impressed in 32 matches, taking them to the top of the league table.
A place in Zimbabwe’s World Cup qualifiers in June is already sealed, but a win in either of their two matches against Namibia this week will see the Scots top the table regardless of other results.
The tri-series begins on Tuesday when Nepal will again take on Namibia in Kirtipur. All matches in this tri-series have the same start times and are available to watch on ICC TV, visit https://app.icc.tv/schedule for more details.
Nepal Team: Rohit Poodle (Captain), Kushal Bartel, Asif Sheikh, Gyanendra Malla, Kushal Malla, Dipendra Singh Airey, Sudeep Gora, Sumbal Kami, Karan KC, Lalit Rajbanshi, Sandeep Lamichhan, Gulshan Jha, Bhim Sharkey, Surya Tamang
Travel Shop: Arif Shaikh, Pratish JC, Shyam Dhakal, Arjun Saud
The Nepal Cricket Association, the country’s apex cricket body, has been in the limelight for all the wrong reasons for a long time.
They are constantly affected by unnecessary and avoidable disputes, scandals, infighting and domestic strife.
There has been a rift again in the Nepal Cricket Association (CAN). Seven members of the Central Committee demanded the resignation of CAN President Chatur Bahadur Chand, Executive Secretary Prashant Bikram Malla, Treasurer Durga Raj Pathak and Badam Khadkattu over the point-fixing scandal and disruption of Nepal’s T20 cricket tournament recently.
Every new year is just another year. Nothing has changed. Old issues and problems remain.
Chand has been fearlessly defending the policies and programs of his administration. In a recent press interview, he made some mistakes.
He dismissed demands for his resignation from the splinter group and joked that he was focused and committed to the overall development of cricket.
Obviously, this is an outright lie. We all have seen that Nepalese cricket is in a dead end. at your most efficient can. The shocking mismanagement of Nepal’s Twenty20 league also proved this.