Nepal will play against Papua New Guinea in the ODI series in Oman

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The Himalayan nation will play two ODIs with Papua New Guinea on September 5 and 8. The Nepali national cricket team is making preparations to play a one-day international (ODI) series against Papua New Guinea in Oman.

According to the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), the Himalayan nation will play two ODI matches with Papua New Guinea in Oman on coming September 5 and 8.

After playing with Guinea, Nepal will head for the triangular ODI series against Oman and the United States as part of the ICC Cricket World Cup League-2. The League-2 matches are scheduled in late September.

Currently, the Nepali team is in closed camp training. The players training for the tri-series are as follows:

Captain Gyanendra Malla, Arif Sheikh, Kushal Bhurtel, Ashif Sheikh, Dipendra Singh Airey, Kushal Malla, Vinod Bhandari, Gulshan Jha, Sandeep Lamichhane, Karan KC, Kamal Singh Airey, Sompal Kami, Shahab Alam, Avinash Bohra, Sharad Veshwakar , Sushan Bhari, Pawan Sarraf, Vikram Sob,  and Rohit Kumar Poudel.

In the ICC WC League-2, Nepal is in the group of the USA, the UAE, Papua New Guinea, Oman, Scotland, and Namibia. Nepal is currently in the sixth position with two wins and four losses.

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