Nepal and Bangladesh are facing off against each other for the third time in ICC Men’s Under-19 Cricket World Cup history on Wednesday. It will be their first of two matches in the Super Six round of the 2024 edition.
They have beaten each other once in the two meetings so far.
Bardan Chalise’s (27 & 4-38) all-round performance led Nepal to win over Mohammad Ashraful-included Bangladesh Under-19 squad in 2002.
Mehidy Hasan (55* & 1-51) was adjudged as player of the match in Bangladesh’s six-wicket win over Raju Rijal-led Nepal Under-19 side in 2016. It was in the quarter-final of the event.