Kathmandu Post (Nepal) – Kathmandu, July 29 — Nepal will once again expect to get backed by thousands of supporters in their reunion with the iconic Lord’s cricket ground during the Triangular Twenty20 Series involving Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and the Netherlands on Sunday.

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  • Kathmandu, July 29 — Nepal will once again expect to get backed by thousands of supporters in their reunion with the iconic Lord’s cricket ground during the Triangular Twenty20 Series involving Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and the Netherlands on Sunday.
  • Two years after making their debut at the Mecca of cricket, Nepal are reliving their memories of July 19 bicentenary match of 2016 when almost five thousand Nepali supporters made the team feel at home.
  • But the new poster boy of Nepali cricket knows how special it was going to be to represent his own country for the first time in a Twenty20 International.
  • This is going to be a very special moment for everyone of us,” said Lamichhane who last played at the Lord’s representing a World XI side against West Indies in a fund-raiser Twenty20 International on May 31 this year organised by International Cricket Council.
  • After the completion of the match, Nepal will then travel to the Netherlands where they will play their first ever One Day International (ODI) series.

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