T-20 World Cup: This is Nepal's preparation

May 25, Kathmandu- After a decade, Nepal, which made it to the T20 World Cup, has been busy with various series in the last few months. With the World Cup approaching, Nepal in the US played a T20 practice match against the local team on Friday. However, Nepal officially got the opportunity to play a limited practice match against a strong team.

Based on the performance in the group that includes Nepal, Nepal is the relatively weak team. Along with Test nations South Africa, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Nepal will be under the least pressure as they compete against another strong associated team, the Netherlands.

Former captain and CAN secretary Paras Khadka says that Nepal will take the field without any pressure in its participation in the World Cup after a decade. He says, "As much pressure as there is on the Test team in the group, countries like Nepal benefit from it." Those who enter the field without pressure.

While the match against a strong team will be an important opportunity and experience for Nepal, beating the strong nation will be challenging.

Nepal last played a five-match T20 series as a preparation for the T20 World Cup against the West Indies 'A' team at home as a strong practice match. After that, Nepal did not get an opportunity to play at that level. However, the current CAN Working Committee succeeded in keeping the Nepalese team busy.

Along with the domestic and international series, the Nepali team, which is busy practicing with the state-level team in Gujarat, India and now with the local team in America and the West Indies, has reached America and is practicing much earlier than other teams.

Also, the star player of Balia country is reaching America and Caribbean land to represent the country by showing his talent in IPL. The T20 World Cup is expected to be more exciting due to the lacklustre performance of some established names in the IPL and the rise of some of the stars who have not been able to do so. However, Nepal is waiting to give a 'surprise' result to the world by maintaining its strong confidence on the field rather than preparation.