Now only four overs are left and Nepal would look to score runs quickly. Bangladeshi bowlers would be pleased with their efforts if they restrict Nepal under 120 runs, whereas, from here, Nepal would be eyeing for a score near 130 plus.
Over 13 || Score 74/3
Khadka scored two boundaries in the 13th over off Nasir Hossain. But apart from that Bangladeshi bowlers are bowling at a tight line. Batsmen are finding it difficult to score runs freely. But now they have to score runs briskly to take their total to somewhere near 120.
Over 10 || Score 54/3
In last five overs Nepal have lost two more wickets in the form of G Malla, who trapped in front of the wicket and Sagar Pun. So far Bangladeshi bowlers have successfully contained Nepal batsmen. From here on Nepal must be eyeing for a score somewhere near 130, as they have seven wickets in hand.
G Malla lbw b Al-Amin Hossain 13 (6b)
Sagar Pun c Shakib Al Hasan b Al-Amin Hossain 12 (19b)
Over 5 || Score 28/1
In the first five overs Nepal managed to score 28 runs but lost a wicket in the middle in the form of SP Khakurel. Spinner Abdur Razzak gave Bangladesh their first breakthrough. G Malla is the next man in after the fall of first wicket.
SP Khakurel c Abdur Razzak b Farhad Reza 8 (13b)
Bangladesh have won the toss and elected to bowl first.
It might be a tight contest between both the teams as they would be high on confidence after wining their first matches of the tournament. Both teams have pitted in the same squad for this match.
Though Bangladesh are favourites to win the match but in the shortest format of the game, it`s always difficult to put your money on a team. And for record, Nepal are No 1 in the group, ahead of Bangladesh on net run rate.
Due factor might play a role in the later part of the match.
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