World Cup League 2 hosts a triangular series in Spain connecting Nepal, Scotland, and Namibia.
A core member of the Nepal Cricket Association (NCA) said the series is scheduled to take place in Scotland due to the coronavirus.
According to him, the issue of running the series in Spain was discussed at a CAN board meeting held on Friday. It was stated at the board meeting that this series is almost certain to take place in Spain. It is now said that a decision is made about the selection and training of a player. The local government in Spain is yet to give permission for the series.
Previously, there was talk of hosting the league in Spain because it would be difficult for players to get there after Scotland had added Nepal to the red zone. It is proposed that the series will start in the third week of July. The league dates will be announced after the national team’s contingencies, training and preparations are complete.
The series will take place at Desert Springs Ground in southern Spain. The stadium was recently recognized as an ODI field. The coronavirus affects most games in League 2. Due to improved conditions, the series was scheduled to take place in Scotland last year.
Nepal has played only one series in League-2 so far, where each team will play 9 series. The series was held in Nepal in February 2076 between Nepal, the United States, and Oman. Nepal had won two games in the series. Nepal lost both matches to Oman when it lost to the United States. League 2 includes seven teams, including Nepal, Oman, the United States, Namibia, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, and the United Arab Emirates.