Watch Live Nepal Vs Kenya 2nd T20I Live Match

Watch Live Nepal Vs Kenya 2nd T20I Live Match

Today’s second T20I encounter pits the host team against Nepal, a visit to Kenya (Friday). Nepal will be aiming to defeat the host team for the second time in a row. Thursday’s match saw Nepal defeat Kenya by a comfortable margin of 5 wickets. The game will take place at the Gymkhana Club Ground in Nairobi, Kenya, at 3:45 PM Nepali time.

In the five-match series, Nepal is leading 1-0. Nepal is ranked 14th and Kenya is ranked 30th in the world T20I rankings. In a T20I match, Nepal is facing Kenya for the first time. Because of Nepal’s strong performance, fast bowler Sompal Kami, who arrived in Kenya later than expected owing to visa issues, was able to secure the first victory. In the second game, Nepal may also use the sompal as a weapon. In additional, the squad includes Pawan Saraf, Dipendra Singh Airi, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dev Khanal, Rohit Kumar Poudel, and Kishore Mahato.


Kenya will hope for its first victory over Nepal by learning from the mistakes of the previous game, utilizing the home crowd, and surroundings.

The main batsmen for Kenya are Ifram Karim, Gurdeep Singh, Rushav Patel, and Shem Nyoche. Kenya is prepared to pass on its legacy. Kenya could undergo a radical shift after the home series against Nepal.

By a margin of five wickets, Nepal defeated Kenya in the opening T20I. As a result, Nepal now leads the series of five T20I games 1-0.

Nepal lost 5 wickets in 19.2 overs while chasing a winning score of 131 runs. Dipendrasingh Airi was dismissed for 33 runs in 24 balls with one four and two sixes as Nepal won the match. Gyanendra Malla got out after 30 balls for 23 runs with 3 fours. Asif Sheikh, Rohit Paudel, and opener Pawan Saraf were all out after one run. In his 27 balls, Asif hit 3 fours. Arif Sheikh was still undefeated after 15 balls and 24 runs, including 3 fours and 1 six. On two runs, Adil Ansari was still undefeated. Kenyan Viraj Patel claimed two wickets for 19 runs in four overs. In 4 overs, Lucas Oluo claimed 2 wickets for 20 runs.

Prior to that, Kenya batted first at the Gymkhan Club pitch in Nairobi after losing the toss and scored 130 runs while losing 8 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Ifran Karim, a Kenyan wicketkeeper, hit 34 runs off 44 balls with three fours. With five fours and a six, Lucas Aluoch had 31 runs off of 13 balls and was still undefeated.

The fifth delivery of the second over was thrown by fast bowler Sompal Kami, who dismissed opener Alex Obanda for six runs. The previous ball was smashed for a six by Alles on Sompal. Collins Obuya was out for 12 runs after being caught at mid-off by Gyanendra Malla on the final delivery of Adil Ansari’s sixth over. Out of 11 balls, he hit 1 four and 1 six.

In the second delivery of the ninth over, Sandeep Lamichhane outfielded Rakib Patel leg before wicket for nine runs. Nelson Odhiambo was caught by Dipendrasinh Airey for 19 runs by replacement fielder Dev Khanal. Ifram Karim was the target of a cut and bold by Sandeep. Sandeep totaled 17 runs in the 18th over, including two sixes and a four.

With two sixes, Sachin Bhudia was out for 17 runs off 15 balls. On the next ball, he declared Shem Nyoche out. Sompal captured two wickets in the 19th over while only expending one run.

Sandeep Lamichhane of Nepal claimed two wickets for 33 runs in four overs. In 4 overs, Sompal Kami claimed 3 wickets for 22 runs. Each of Dipendra Singh Airi and Adil Ansari grabbed one wicket. On Friday, the second game will be played.

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