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West Indies ‘A’ sets 210-run target for Nepal in crucial T20 encounter

02 May 2024  

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KATHMANDU: In the ongoing T20 series, West Indies ‘A’ elected to bat first after winning the toss, setting a target of 210 runs for Nepal to equalize the series.

At the TU International Cricket Ground in Kirtipur, the visiting team posted a total of 209 runs for the loss of three wickets.

Johnson Charles led the charge with 58 runs, supported by Andre David Stephon Fletcher and Fabian Anthony Allen, who contributed 84 and 33 runs, respectively, for West Indies ‘A’.

Nepal’s bowlers put up a fight, with Kushal Bhurtel claiming two wickets and Pratish GC taking one.

With the series currently favoring West Indies at 2-1 after three intense battles, Nepal carries the weight of expectation to emerge victorious in today’s crucial encounter.

While Nepal began the series with a thrilling victory by chasing down a challenging target of 205 runs set by West Indies in the series opener, subsequent matches saw setbacks for the home team.

In the second encounter, Nepal fell short by 10 runs, and in the third match, West Indies dominated proceedings, securing a commanding 76-run victory.

As Nepal gears up for the fourth showdown, the team is driven by determination to level the series and keep their hopes alive.

With the stakes at their highest, every run and wicket will shape the destiny of this fiercely contested T20 series.

Publish Date : 02 May 2024 13:58 PM

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