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- The game will start at 4:15 pm today
- Captain Gyanendra Malla said that the team's morale has been boosted by the victory over USA
- Captain Malla also stated that the team's batting and bowling combinations had some flaws that needed to be addressed
Nepal is playing against Oman in the ICC Cricket World Cup League Two today. The game will start at 4:15 pm today (September 14, 2021 (GMT+5:45), Tuesday).
As Nepal made a winning start to the series with a win over the United States on Monday, the home team's strategy will be to stop Nepal with the goal of continuing the same performance. The game is likely to be competitive because Oman has a stronger team than Nepal.
While Kushal Bhurtel, Rohit Poudel, and Binod Bhandari, who were instrumental in Nepal's victory over the United States, are expected to score runs while Sandeep Lamichhane and Bikram Sob are also expected to do the balling at the same pace.
Gyanendra, the Nepali captain, led his team to a five-wicket victory over the United States. Captain Gyanendra Malla also said that the team's morale has been boosted by the victory over the United States, but that there is still room for improvement.
He stated that following the game against the US, he will work on the areas where he still has weaknesses and will perform better in the upcoming games. He claimed that the team's batting and bowling combinations had some flaws that needed to be addressed.
He also stated that the Oman team is still formidable and that, depending on the pitch's condition, a team will be formed to face them.