Asia Cup points table: Group A comprises of India, Pakistan and Nepal while group B includes Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
The Asia Cup 2023 ODI event commenced on August 30 in Multan with host Pakistan defeating debutant Nepal by 238 runs.
The event is played in a double-round robin format with six brigades resolve into two groups. The top two brigades from both groups will qualify for the Super 4 stage.
Group A comprises of India, Pakistan and Nepal while group B includes Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
Pakistan sits on top of group A and has qualified for the Super 4 after it beat Nepal in its crusade nature. Babar Azam’s men also qualified for the coming round after it earned a point from its flop against India.
Sri Lanka opened its crusade with a five- gate palm over Bangladesh in Pallekele. Bangladesh also bounced back with an 89- run palm over Afghanistan.
India and Nepal will meet in the Asia Cup Group A institution at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Kandy on Monday.
The winner of the match will move into the Super 4 stage from Group A alongside Pakistan. India presently has one point from its former institution while Nepal lost its opening game against Pakistan.
There’s an portentous trouble brewing over the event – the possibility of rain. The rainfall report has raised enterprises, leaving suckers and players anxiously keeping an eye on the skies.
There’s an 89 per cent chance of rain in the morning and a 68 per cent chance of rain in the evening in Pallekele on Monday, according to the meteorological department and multiple rainfall cast websites.
India and Nepal will partake a point each if their Asia Cup 2023 match in Pallekele is washed out on Monday. India will thereby qualify for the Super Fours stage alongside Pakistan while Nepal will be excluded from the event. Know More Latest Asia Cup News…