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Toss Winner - Nepal won the toss and chose to bowl first
United States Of America beat Nepal by 39 runs
Battle of nerves between Nepal and the United States
United States of America to win
Tournament: ICC Cricket World Cup League Two 2019-22 | Format: ODI | Venue: Moosa Stadium, Pearland, United States | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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We are into the last game of this leg in ICC Cricket World Cup League Two 2019-23 where hosts United States of America would face Nepal. The two sides come here with contrasting forms. Nepal registered a massive win against Oman in their last game which will add to their confidence. The United States on the other hand went down against Oman. They will be looking to bounce back here.
The two sides had earlier played a game that had ended in a tie. The United States failed to score a run of two balls and the match ended in heartbreak for the team. Thus, we expect this game to a close one where both sides would be fighting hard for the honours. There isn’t much to separate between the team based on recent match form and we expect to see a good contest.
Monank Patel’s failed to build partnerships in the last game against Oman going down by 13 runs. In a high-scoring game, most of their key players did not score which led to the side’s loss. Patel would like to put this behind including the bad memories of the last game against Nepal. They know the conditions well and Patel would like to narrow the gap with UAE on the points table with a win here.
Steven Taylor missed out on scoring in the last game, and he will aim to set up a good opening wicket stand with Sushant Modani. Aaron Jones played an excellent knock against Oman, and he will have to build partnerships with Monank Patel and Gajanand Singh in this very important game. Nisarg Patel, Cameron Stevenson, and Nosthush Kenjige shall need to do the heavy lifting towards the end.
Saurabh Netravalkar has been in excellent form, and he would aim to strike early opening the bowling with Cameron Stevenson. Rusty Theron and Nisarg Patel would have big responsibilities on their shoulders in the middle overs and look to contain the Nepalese batsmen. Yasir Mohammad, Steven Taylor, and Kenjige will have to fill in the role of a 5th bowler well in this game.
Monank Patel (c & wk), Steven Taylor, Sushant Modani, Aaron Jones, Gajanand Singh, Nisarg Patel, Saurabh Netravalkar, Yasir Mohammad, Rusty Theron, Cameron Stevenson, Nosthush Kenjige
C Stevenson, Sushant Modani, Saurabh Netravalkar, Nisarg Patel, Nosthush Kenjige, Aaron Jones, SR Taylor, Ali Khan, Gajanand Singh, Monank Patel, Saiteja Mukkamalla
Sandeep Lamichhane’s side had finally something to cheer about. It hasn’t been a great show from the side in this leg of the tournament where they had lost two games and tied the other before their 7-wicket win against Oman in the last game. Their last game against the United States had ended in a tie and the Nepalese skipper would look for a win to improve its position on the points table as they end this leg of their campaign.
Kushal Bhurtel and Aasif Sheikh played well in the last game this would add to the side’s confidence as they are the best batsmen in the side. In the middle order, they would expect runs from Dev Khanal, Rohit Paudel, and Mohammad Aadil Alam who have scored runs in this tour. Dipendra Singh Airee and Aarif Sheikh shall look to add runs down the order as they have good hitting abilities.
It was an excellent show by their bowlers in the last game as Karan KC and Sompal Kami put the Omani players under pressure. They would look to repeat the same here. Lamichhane has vast experience, and he will look to bowl good lines in the middle overs with Alim. Sagar Dhakal and Dipendra Singh Airee add to the side’s bowling depth.
Sandeep Lamichhane (c), Kushal Bhurtel, Aasif Sheikh, Dev Khanal, Rohit Paudel, Mohammad Aadil Alam, Dipendra Singh Airee, Aarif Sheikh (wk), Karan KC, Sompal Kami, Sagar Dhakal
We will see clear skies over Pearland on June 15. The wicket has slowed down and batsmen are finding it difficult to score runs. They have to plan their innings well and play the ball on merit. Bowlers have done well in recent games and the side batting first would be happy to have 275 runs on the board.
Moosa Stadium, Pearland, Texas has a flat track and a fast outfield. There is assistance for the fast bowlers early, but it is the spinners who enjoy bowling here. The ball tends to stop on the batsmen creating doubts in their minds. Batsmen have to be patient on this track and accumulate runs as it isn’t the best surface for playing on the up.
We have seen the side chasing the score win comprehensively in the last five games. The wicket has slowed which is making it difficult for the sides to set targets on the board. Run chases are easier in these conditions and the side winning the toss would have no hesitation in bowling first.
Nepal would face a challenge in this game. Though the side won the last game comprehensively, it has been a poor campaign for the side. Their batsmen and bowlers have failed to play complementary roles, and this is something the team would look to work on. The United States has had its batsmen in good form, and they know the conditions well. With depth in their batting, they will start as favorites in this game.
United States of America to win
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