Consultant coach Pubudu Dassanayake lends catching lesson to Nepal national cricket team players during a training session at the TU Stadium, on Friday, April 15, 2016. Nepal face Namibia in the World Cricket League Championship match on Saturday. Photo: THT

Consultant coach Pubudu Dassanayake lends catching lesson to Nepal national cricket team players during a training session at the TU Stadium, on Friday, April 15, 2016. Nepal face Namibia in the World Cricket League Championship match on Saturday. Photo: THT

Update

Namibia have posted a target of 196 runs to Nepal in their match in the ICC World Cricket League Championship (WCLC) on Saturday.

Winning the toss Namibia had decided to bat first.

In the match being played at Tribhuvan University Cricket Stadium in Kirtipur, Namibia made a total of 195 runs with a loss of nine wickets in 50 overs.

Basanta Regmi took three wickets for Nepal. Sompal Kami claimed two wickets.

Sandeep Lamichhane and Paras Khadka took one wicket each.

Nepal claimed the seventh wicket with a run out. The ninth wicket was also the run out.

Consultant coach Pubudu Dassanayake lends catching lesson to Nepal national cricket team players during a training session at the TU Stadium, on Friday, April 15, 2016. Nepal face Namibia in the World Cricket League Championship match on Saturday. Photo: THT

Consultant coach Pubudu Dassanayake lends catching lesson to Nepal national cricket team players during a training session at the TU Stadium, on Friday, April 15, 2016. Nepal face Namibia in the World Cricket League Championship match on Saturday. Photo: THT

KATHMANDU: Namibia won the toss and opted to bat against Nepal in the ICC World Cricket League Championship (WCLC) at Tribhuvan University Cricket Stadium in Kirtipur on Saturday.

Nepal are at the bottom of the eight-team standings in the WCLC. Namibia are at the sixth position on the basis of run rate.

The Netherlands is at the top of the table with 10 points from six games followed by Hong Kong (nine points), Scotland (seven points), Kenya (six points ) and Papua New Guinea (four points).

Earlier, Nepal had lost to Scotland and Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the first two rounds. Namibia had edge Hong Kong and lost to Kenya.

The top four teams would secure their berth in the 2018 ICC World Cup Qualifiers to be held in Bangladesh.

Nepal and Namibia are under pressure to win both games to secure their berth.

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