Under 19 national cricket teams in the Associate world are sparring to forward it to U19 ICC 2020 World Cricket Cup.
In 2018, South Africa hosted an 11 team show-game. Botswana, Gambia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Swaziland, Tanzania and Zambia to tackle the two-stage opportunity to get closer to the World Cup.
Tanzania, Sierra Leone and Nigeria managed to play the next level against Namibia, Kenya, Uganda. The African qualifier recently hosted the Namibia that Nigeria had a class above to go on to the 2020 World Cup which will be staged in South Africa.
Nigeria will be joined by four other regional qualifiers, one from Asia Qualifier, EAP Qualifier, American Qualifier and European Qualifier. The four qualified graduates will be held in the second and third quarters of 2019 in Malaysia (Asia), Japan (EAP), Canada (America) and the Netherlands (Europe).
With the five Regional Qualifiers completed by the end of 2019, the identity of all competitors in the main event will be confirmed, with Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Africa. South, Sri Lanka, the West Indies and Zimbabwe already in the draw.
Malaysia is the Asian Qualifier, where it will be struggling together on the pitch from April 12-18. Only one team can go on and participate in Nigeria, Nepal, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, UAE and Kuwait the on-site fighting team.
Kuwait and Oman are not strangers, having tied ICC's I19 World Quality Cup finals in December 2018. Hamoud Amanullah Player was the Match with 23 running out of 55 balls, and two runners. wheel for 21 10.
Hamoud is the man who looks at this stage of the championship, and Abdul Sadiq is captain of his team. Oman's Amanpreet Singh Sirah recognized a good strike rate of 73.91, scoring 17 running out of 23 balls, and another player is to keep an eye on him.
Rohit Kumar Paudel, who is captain of Nepal, is just 16 years old and is already his name. Rohit is the youngest player to start the first Nepalese team, and finished as the second of the main Paras Khadka, the first – in the WCL 2 Division in Namibia over a year ago. Since then, he has always been the youngest player to announce SLI, hitting the mark set by Sachin Tendulkar.
Leaders of the port of Aman Desai for Singapore, and buy Aryan Lakra UAE. Both teams played extensively in Malaysia and they will get to experience quickly and well.
Malaysian captain Muhammad Amir Azim is very experienced at this level. His first international match was ICC World U19 World Cup Qualifier in Asia in July 2017, playing alongside Malaysia's senior players as Virandeep and Syed Aziz. Malaysia and Singapore Nepal and Afghanistan finished in this competition.
The six teams have met in Kuala Lumpur and will start a short training session tomorrow at Kinrara Oval, before their first games on Friday 11 April 2018. A total of 15 matches will be played in three venues in Kuala Lumpur Oval, Bayuemas Oval and Selangor Turf Club.
12 April: Malaysia v UAE (Kinrara Oval); Kuwait v Oman (Bayuemas Oval); Singapore v Nepal (Club Móna Selangor)
13 April: UAE v Nepal (Kinrara Oval); Kuwait v Singapore (Bayuemas Oval); Malaysia v Oman (Turf Club Selangor)
14 April: Day of relaxation
15 April: Oman v Singapore (Kinrara Oval); Malaysia v Nepal (Bayuemas Oval); UAE v Kuwait (Turf Club Selangor)
16 April: Malaysia v Kuwait (Kinrara Oval); UAE v Singapore (Bayuemas Oval); Oman v Nepal (Club Móna Selangor)
17 April: Day of relaxation
18 April: Kuwait v Nepal (Kinrara Oval); UAE v Oman (Bayuemas Oval); Malaysia v Singapore (Turf Club Selangor)
Live scoring of each game will be available on https://www.icc-cricket.com/u19-world-cup/qualifiers/asia
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