MAL beat NEP by 22 runs | Malaysia vs Nepal, Highlights And Cricket Score 2nd T20 Match
ACC Eastern Region T20, 2020Date: Feb 29, 2020 Start Time: 12:00 IST | 06:30 GMT | 13:30 Local
Venue: Terdthai Cricket Ground, Bangkok
Nepal (NEP) will lock horns with Singapore (SIN) in ACC Eastern Region 2020 tournament match no 9. The game will be held on March 6, 2020, at Terdthai Cricket Ground, Bangkok. Both teams will enter this game after winning their previous games, however, the upcoming match between these two sides will be a dead rubber.
Singapore won their opening match of the tournament against Thailand by 43 runs before thrashing Malaysia by a massive 128 runs. Hong Kong, on the other, have beaten Nepal and Thailand by 43 runs and eight wickets respectively for their two wins. Singapore hit the current highest score of the ACC Eastern Region T20 series when they plundered 239/3 against Malaysia.
Thailand will square off against Nepal in ACC Eastern Region 2020 match no 7. This T20 game will be held on March 4, 2020, at Terdthai Cricket Ground, Bangkok. Both teams have not won a single game in the on-going tournament. Thailand and Nepal both lost to Hong Kong in their previous respective games.
Asked to bat first, Hong Kong posted 154/6 in 20 overs with Nizakat Khan top-scoring for Hong Kong before Haroon Arshad’s five-wicket haul and a three-fer from Aftab Hussain helped bundle Nepal for 11 runs to hand Hong Kong a 43-run win. Thailand, on the other, lost their first match of the tournament by 43 runs before being defeated by Malaysia by eight wickets.
Malaysia will lock horns with Singapore in ACC Eastern Region 2020 match no 5. This T20 game will be held on March 3, 2020, at Terdthai Cricket Ground, Bangkok. The top two teams from this on-going tournament will join UAE and Kuwait for the main qualifier tournament for Asia Cup 2020.
Malaysia (MAL) will square off against Nepal (NEP) in ACC Eastern Region T20 2020 tournament match no 2. The game will be held at the Asian Institute of Technology Ground in Bangkok on February 29, 2020. Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore are the other three participants in this tournament.
Janak Prakash, Surendran Chandramohan, Amjad Mahboob and Timothy David are some of the key players to watch out from Singapore team while in Thailand camp skipper Vichanath Singh, Mahsid Faheem, Naveed Pathan and Ziaul Hoque will be the ones to keep an eye on.