Nepal wins toss and chooses to pitch first against Papua New Guinea

KATHMANDU, March 13 – Nepal won the toss and decided to bowl first in the third match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 against Papua New Guinea. This decision follows Nepal’s impressive performance in their previous match against the United Arab Emirates, which they won with a convincing 177 runs.

The win secured Nepal’s One Day International (ODI) status, and the team currently sits in fourth place on the scoreboard with 36 points from 34 matches played.

By contrast, Papua New Guinea sits at the bottom of the standings with just 11 points from 34 games played.

The match between Nepal and Papua New Guinea promises to be an exciting encounter, with both teams looking for a win to improve their position in the league table.

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