ISLAMABAD – Pakistan are set to face Nepal in a 50-over match, which will be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in November later this year.
The match will precede Nepal’s upcoming fixtures against Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the upcoming ICC World Cricket League Championship, while the match is expected to take place before the start of Pakistan’s five-match ODI series against England, Cricket Country reported.
It will be Nepal’s first-ever match against the South Asian giants in its history. The development also follows the announcement of Nepal’s first-ever match at the Lord’s Cricket Ground, which is scheduled to take place in July next year.
Nepal are set to face the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) at Lord’s next year, which will take place on the day that marks the 200th anniversary of British-Nepali bilateral relationship.
The match will be preceded by the MCC touring Nepal in November later this year, during which they will face off against various sides.