Nepalis in Scotland gather to support Nepal in the match against Scotland at Ayr. Photo: Cricket Scotland

Nepalis in Scotland gather to support Nepal in the match against Scotland at Ayr. Photo: Cricket Scotland
KATHMANDU: The ICC World Cricket League Championship match between Nepal and Scotland at Ayr, Scotland has been reduced to 36 overs per side as the play has been delayed due to wet outfield. The match, which was scheduled for 10:45 am local time, will start at 2 pm (6:45 pm Nepal Standard Time) today. After inspecting it, the umpires observed that the field, which was drenched following an outpour, was not ready for the play. More sawdust was added in the wet spots to prepare the field ready for the play Meanwhile, Nepal won the toss and elected to field. Nepalis in Scotland gather to support Nepal in the match against Scotland at Ayr. Photo: Cricket Scotland
Nepalis in Scotland gather to support Nepal in the match against Scotland at Ayr. Photo: Cricket Scotland
Nepal XI: Paras Khadka (c), Gyanendra Malla, Basant Regmi, Shakti Gauchan, Sharad Vesawkar, Mahesh Chettri, Sompal Kami, Karan KC, Pradeep Airee, Rajesh Pulami, Anil Mandal Scotland XI: PL Mommsen (c), MH Cross, AC Evans, CD Wallace, HG Munsey, KJ Coetzer, MA Leask, RD Berrington, SM Sharif, CD de Lange, GT Main
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