ACC Men’s Premier Cup
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Malaysia and Bahrain were victorious during their ACC Men’s Premier Cup matches in Kathmandu on Thursday.

Malaysia defeated Saudi Arabia by eight wickets at Mulpani Cricket Ground while Bahrain defeated Singapore by 132 runs at TU Cricket Ground.

Winning the toss at Mulpani Cricket Ground, Malaysia put Saudi Arabia to bat and bowled them out for a below-par score of 153 thanks to an impressive bowling performance. In reply, Malaysia chased the total with relative ease as openers Virandeep Singh and Muhammad Amir both scored half-centuries leading them to an eight-wicket victory.

In the other game at TU Cricket Ground, Bahrain won the toss and batted first and scored a competitive score of 286 in their allotted 50 overs. Their batters Shahbaz Badar and Fiaz Ahmed were impressive as they scored 76 and 79 runs respectively while Sohail Ahmed narrowly missed out on his half-century.

In reply, Singapore kept losing wickets at regular intervals as they were bundled out for 154 losing by 132 runs despite a valiant half-century by Surendran Chandramohan.

Nepal will play Oman at TU Cricket Ground and the UAE will take on Hong Kong at Mulpani Cricket Ground under the ACC Men’s Premier Cup on Friday.

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