UAE sets 311-run target for Nepal
UAE set a target of 311 runs for Nepal in the last match of the triangular one-day series of ICC Men’s World Cup Cricket League-2.
Winning the toss, UAE Captain Mohammad Wasim had decided to bat first in the match at the Kirtipur-based Tribhuvan University Cricket Ground.
Opting to bat, UAE scored 310 runs after losing 6 wickets in 50 overs.
This is the final match of the tournament participated in by seven national teams.
Nepal would remain in the top three if it wins today, making it eligible for a one-day World Cup Global selection. If Nepal loses, they must play in a qualifying play-off at the end of this month in Namibia.
If Nepal does not win today, Namibia would be qualified for the WC selection match. Now Nepal is in the fourth position in the tally with wins in 18 matches and 15 losses in League-2. The UAE is in sixth position with 33 points from 33 matches.
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