Bangladesh vs Nepal Live Score, T20 World Cup 2024: Rohit Paudel strikes for NEP, BAN – 31/4 | Cricket News

Bangladesh vs Nepal Live Score, T20 World Cup 2024: Bangladesh lost four wickets in the match against Nepal at the Arnos Vale Stadium in Kingstown, St Vincent.

BAN vs NEP Live Score, T20 World Cup Match Today: Get live updates of Bangladesh vs Nepal at Kingstown.BAN vs NEP Live Score, T20 World Cup Match Today: Get live updates of Bangladesh vs Nepal at Kingstown.

Bangladesh vs Nepal Live Score, T20 World Cup 2024 Match Today: Najmul Shanto's Bangladesh will aim to seal their place in the Super 8s when they take on Rohit Paudel-led Nepal in a Group D match at the Arnos Vale Ground in Kingstown, St Vincent.

Despite their batting weaknesses, Bangladesh stayed afloat in the Super 8 race with wins over Sri Lanka and Netherlands. The Tigers came close to scoring a third game in a row but suffered a four-run defeat against the Proteas. Bangladesh will strive to iron out these fault lines and avoid a heavy defeat against Nepal. Paudel's side head into the competition after seeing their hopes dashed by a heartbreaking one-point defeat to South Africa.

Nepal remains a point of pride and a big win could bring Netherlands into the Super 8 equation ahead of Bangladesh if they are to beat Sri Lanka by a convincing margin.

Follow BAN vs. NEP Live results action below

ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2024 – Match 37


31/4 (6.2)




Shakib Al Hasan6 (9)

Mahmudullah *1 (4)


Rohit Paudel1/5 (1)

Sandeep Lamichhane*0/0 (0.2)

Game in progress (Day – Match 37)
Nepal chose to align

What does Sompal Kami's six against Anrich Nortje and the thrilling match against South Africa mean for Nepal cricket?

T20 World Cup: Nepal vs South Africa Nepal lost to South Africa by the narrowest of margins in the 2024 T20 World Cup. (ICC)

When Sompal Kami hit a delivery from Anrich Nortje in the penultimate over off the field, Gyanendra Malla, former Nepal player and coach, smiled. It wasn't just for the quality or daring of the shot under pressure, but for what it symbolized.

In April 2016, the ICC had suspended the Nepal Cricket Association, citing the dual existence of the governing body for cricket in Nepal and government interference in elections. Things have spiraled out of control in terms of infrastructure, finances, management of domestic cricket and even something as small as a cricket bat. (LEARN MORE)

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First published online on: 17-06-2024 at 05:00 IST

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