All three teams in this tri-series have won a only one game each so far, and hence this is a crucial encounter for both Nepal and Zimbabwe to double up their advantage with respect to the other two participants. Irrespective of their similar number of points, Nepal sit atop the points table as they completed a massive victory over Singapore whilst Zimbabwe lost against them by a fine margin of five runs whilst chasing 182 runs in their previous match.
Indian Association Ground, Singapore
October 1, 2019
5:00 PM IST
Mostly cloudy weather with 24% chances of rain and the temperature ranging around 30 degrees Celsius is expected during the course of the encounter.
The Indian Association Ground has hardly shown any signs of deterioration and hence it continues to be very conducive to the batting side; especially, in the second part of the match.
Predicted Playing XI:
Sean Williams will bear the responsibilities of the batting order whilst the likes of Regis Chakabva and Tinotenda Mutombodzi will assist him in the same. Wellington Masakadza will lead the bowling attack.
Brian Chari, Regis Chakabva, Sean Williams (C), Tinotenda Mutombodzi, Timycen Maruma, Peter Moor, Ryan Burl, Richmond Mutumbami, Wellington Masakadza, Neville Madziva, Richard Ngarava
Paras Khadka lit up the tournament with his fantastic tournament against Singapore and hence he could be banked upon to continue this run of form in this match as well. Binod Bhandari, Sundeep Jora and Sandeep Lamicchanne are the other crucial players in the lineup.
Paras Khadka (C), Sundeep Jora, Md Arif Sheikh, Dipendra Singh Airee, Binod Bhandari (WK), Karan KC, Sushan Bhari, Sompal Kami, Sandeep Lamicchanne, Abinash Bohara
Sean Williams and Paras Khadka can be banked upon to add up a considerable number of points whereas Ryan Burl and Brian Chari could be equally valuable in the Dream XI side.
1: Sean Williams
2: Paras Khadka
3: Richmond Mutumbami
Dream XI & Points Projection:
R Mutumbami, Points: 40-42, Grade: A
D S Airee, Points: 42-44, Grade: A
P Khadka, Points: 62-64, Grade: A
R Chakabva, Points: 50-52, Grade: A
B Chari, Points: 40-42, Grade: A
S Kami, Points: 56-58, Grade: A
S Williams, Points: 62-64, Grade: A
R Burl, Points: 48-50, Grade: A
W Masakadza, Points: 44-46, Grade: A
K Karan, Points: 38-40, Grade: B
W Masakadza, Points: 32-34, Grade: B
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