National cricket team closed camp begins

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The closed camp of the National cricket team has begun from Thursday.

Nepal team is preparing for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 matches, scheduled for July, involving Namibia and Scotland. The tri-series was originally scheduled for July last year however due to the COVID-19 pandemic it got postponed, and now moved to Spain.

As per the ICC, they have confirmed Spain as the host but the dates and fixtures are yet to announced.

Head coach Dav Whatmore has also arrived in Kathmandu for the closed training. He returned from Sri Lanka on Monday and completed three-day quarantine.

22 cricketers will be announced for the closed camp and the final 15 will be picked at the end.

Similarly, the Cricket Association of Nepal has initiated organizing the training abroad but it is still unclear.

However, the Nepal team has started their soft-training sessions at Tribhuvan University Ground. Due to the current weather condition in Kathmandu, the preparation has been affected due to rain.

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