Kathmandu Sept. 12: Nepal is facing Bhutan in its second match tomorrow under the ACC U-19 Eastern Region qualifiers underway in Malaysia.
In it opening match yesterday, Nepal thrashed Thailand by a huge margin of 255 runs. Bhutan conceded a nine-wicket defeat to Singapore in the previous match.
Nepali cricket team chief coach Binod Das said he hoped to see Nepal's outstanding performance like on Monday in the Nepal-Bhutan match.
"Each player is supposed to make over 20 runs and two/three of them should try their best to hit a half-century, or a century." The team is dedicated to its dream of winning the title to book a ticket to the ACC Cup, according to him.
Team captain Dipendra Singh Airee said he was not much aware of the level of strength of the Bhutanese team but is fully confident that his team will give their best performance in the match. RSS
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