Nepal-Sri Lanka Match Abandoned Due to Rain, Both Teams Earn a Point

The match between Nepal and Sri Lanka in the ninth edition of the T20 World Cup, hosted by the West Indies and the United States, has been abandoned due to heavy rain.

With the cancellation, Nepal and Sri Lanka have each been awarded one point. As a result, Sri Lanka’s chances of advancing to the Super Eight are now only mathematical. In contrast, Nepal has a strong chance of reaching the Super Eight.

Nepal needs to win their remaining two games to secure a place in the Super Eight. They will face South Africa and Bangladesh in St. Vincent, West Indies.

Nepal will now travel to St. Vincent for their remaining two group stage matches. They will play against South Africa on June 15 (June 1, Nepali time) at 5:30 am Nepali time. The Proteas have already booked their ticket to the next round of the T20 World Cup. Their final group stage match will be against Bangladesh on June 17 (June 3, Nepali time), also at 5:30 am Nepali time.

Former captain of the Nepali national cricket team, Sandeep Lamichhane, will be available for the matches in the West Indies.

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