The sun is setting over the Tribhuvan University Stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Nepalese cricket team is on the brink of history as they prepare to take on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Papua New Guinea in the upcoming One Day International (ODI) series. With a 100% victory rate needed to qualify directly for the upcoming 50-over World Cup, the stakes are high and the pressure is on.
Currently, Nepal is in fifth position in the point table of CWC league 2, with Scotland on top with 50 points and Oman in the second spot with
44 point. Namibia, with 39 points, has played all their matches. In order to qualify for the World Cup, Nepal must win all four of their upcoming matches.
The Nepalese team is confident in their ability to achieve this feat. Led by captain Rohit Poudel, the team has been won the last 7 out of 8 matches in last two series. After joined the new coach Monty Desai teams performance is improved . They have adopted a rigorous fitness regime and worked closely with the coaching staff to ensure they are battle-ready.
The Nepalese team is determined to make history and become one of the few cricket teams from the region to qualify for the World Cup. With the series fast approaching, the team will be looking to make the most of the home conditions and the support of their fans to achieve this goal.
The series will be an exciting one to watch, as the Nepalese team strives to make cricketing history and qualify for the World Cup.
Point Table as on 8th march 2023
|4||United States of America||36||16||17||2||1||35||-0.04|
|6||United Arab Emirates||32||14||15||1||2||31||-0.115|
|7||Papua New Guinea||32||4||27||1||0||9||-0.726|
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