Nepal vs PNG Live Cricket Score WCLC at Abu Dhabi 18 NovemberRecently Nepal has played some important cricket match. Nepal 2 matches played in this tournament. They have lost both match. Their position in the points table is 7 number.
Nepal vs Papua New Guinea Match Details Tour Match : Nepal vs PNG Date : Monday, 18th November, 2015 Time : 09:15 Local Time Venue : Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Prediction : Nepal 60% – Papua New Guinea 40%It has just been a day since Oman humbled Nepal in the last ODI at Abu Dhabi of Tour match. Nepal was 1.32 once they won the toss and had a decent start. But as we suggested this price for the Nepal was not justified as they had they batsmen and the depth but they were not confident enough. Nepal vs PNG live telecast television channel Nov 18, 2015. As it turned out they were six down with 184 runs on the board and, thanks to the depth in the batting, were one wicket away from the tail. As it turned out G Malla and P Khadka turned up for the visitors and took the score past 71 & 49 when at one point of time they struggled to get to 184.
Nepal vs PNG Match Live Scorecard
However, the failure of the much fancied middle order will be a matter of concern for the visitors. Though each of Gyanendra Malla and Paras Khadka showed promise but they could not carry the innings forward.
Nepal were in the chase for most part of their innings and more so with a 9 runs opening partnership that too at run a ball. Gyanendra Malla looked good and got to his maiden ODI international fifty. But the middle order failed to capitalise on the start and some of it has to be accredited to high quality fast bowling by Oman pacers.
Nepal Squad : Paras Khadka (Cap), Bikram Sob, Naresh Budayair, Mahesh Chhetri (wk), Shakti Gauchan, Irshad Ahmed, Mahaboob Alam, Gyanendra Malla, Anil Mandal, Basant Regmi, Prithu Baskota, Karan KC, Subash Khakurel, Sagar Pun, Sompal Kami, Sharad VesawkarPapua New Guinea Squad : Jack Vare, Charles Amini, Sese Bau, Mahuru Dai, Willie Gavera, Vani Morea, Loa Nou, Kila Pala, Pipi Raho, John Reva, Lega Siaka, Chad Soper, Tony Ura, Assad Vala, Norman Vanua