Nepal vs Namibia


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Playing in Fatullah, Bangladesh on Wednesday, England scored 286 for nine wickets off 48 overs and after that rejected Namibia for an irrelevant 83 to finish an uneven victory.Namibia won the hurl and chose to bowl initially, however they had little fortunes as England's top request heaped on the runs.

Warren van Wyk released Dan Lawrence for 18, however Tom Moores and Jack Burnham place England in control with a monstrous 170-run organization for the second wicket.Moores was the first to go, knocked down some pins by Fritz Coetzee for 85, yet Burnham went ahead to score his prior century being rejected by Coetzee for 109, which fell off 123 balls and included 10 fours and three sixes.There were further strong commitments from Sam Curran (22) and Brad Taylor (23) as England achieved an imposing aggregate of 286 for nine wickets off 48 overs.Fritz Coetzee was at the end of the day Namibia's best bowler with three wickets for 72 keeps running off 10 overs, while new top Burton Jacobs took two for 58 off 10 overs.Namibia's answer got off to a poor begin as Niko Davin (1) and SJ Loftie-Eaton (6) both went cheaply.Zane Green and Lohan Louwrens attempted to repair the harm, yet England hit with three wickets for just two races to take control of the match.George Garton rejected Green (13) and Eben van Wyk (0) inside of three balls and when Brad Taylor released Jurgens Linde for a duck, Namibia had collided with 32 for five wickets.Lohan Louwrens, who scored 24 and Chrischen Olivier who scored 10, were the main other batsmen to achieve twofold figures before the entire group was skittled out for 83 off 25,2 overs.Mason Crane, who took three wickets for three runs, was England's best bowler, while George Garton took 2/18 and Dan Lawrence 2/7.Namibia will now play Nepal in the seventh spot play-off match in Fatullah, Bangladesh on Thursday.
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