Nepal national cricket team is all set to tour Kenya at the end of August this year.
As per the Cricket Associaton of Nepal (CAN)’s president, Chatur Bahadur Chand, Nepal will be playing five T20 International and three One Day matches.
The Nepal team is planning to depart on 17 or 18 August.
Skipper Sandeep Lamichhane will lead the side. Meanwhile, vice-captain Rohit Paudel will be given the captaincy in 50-over matches.
The two highest ranked sides (after the participants are fixed) will get a seat in the T20 World Cup 2024, hence the tour is very important for Nepal as it will affect in team’s ranking. The ranking will be valid till 2022 November 14.
Meanwhile, After the conclusion of the series, skipper Lamichhane will be flying to Carrabian to participate in Carrabian Premier League (CPL), which is commencing on 31 August. The Leggie will be playing for Jamaica Tallawahs.