Nepal vs Namibia Prediction Who Will Win ODI Match Preview on Saturday 16th April . Where to watch live match NEP vs NAM match result prediction tips, today toss prediction astrology report with odi match live score ball by ball updates.
Nepal vs Namibia Match Preview
ICC has announced the schedule for ICC World Cricket League Championship matches to be held in Nepal. Namibia will travel to Kathmandu, where it will play two 50-over matches against Nepal. These games will be held on 16 and 18 April at the Tribhuvan University Ground.
The top sides from the ICC World Cricket League Championship will progress to the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier, which will be held in Bangladesh in .
The ICC World Cricket League Championship is an elite 50 over competition played between leading Associate and Affiliate members. The ICC WCLC is the pathway for participating teams to play in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier and subsequently have a chance to qualify for ICC Cricket World Cup .
Nepal vs Namibia Prediction Tips
Nepal will win the toss choose to bat first but Namibia will win the match. The ICC WCL Championship will run from 2015-. Four of the eight participating teams in ICC WCLC have ODI status while the other four teams have been promoted from ICC WCL Division 2 which was held in Namibia in January 2015. Teams in WCLC include Scotland, UAE, Hong Kong, PNG, Netherslands, Namibia, Nepal and Kenya.
Nepal has so far played four matches – two each against Scotland and PNG and have lost all of them. Namibia on the other hand has lost 3 out of 4 matches beating Hong Kong and losing to Hong Kong and Kenya.
Nepal ODI Team Squad: Paras Khadka (c), Gyanendra Malla, Sagar Pun, Naresh Budhayer, Sharad Vesawakar, Rajesh Pulami, Binod Bhandari, Basant Regmi, Shakti Gauchan, Sompal Kami, Karan KC, Bikram Sob, Anil Mandal, Dipendra Singh Airee, Raju Rijal, Sandeep Lamichhane, Susan Bhari and Prem Tamang
Namibia ODI Team Squad: Stephen Baard (captain), Pikky Ya France, Zane Green, Lohan Louwrens, JP Kotze, Sarel Burger, Gerrie Snyman, Nicolaas Scholtz, JJ Smit, Bernard Scholtz, Tangeni Lungameni, Zhivago Groenewald, Gerhard Erasmus and Christopher Coombe