It’s Nepal vs Hong Kong in the second match of the 2014 T20 World Cup cricket tournament.
The teams face off at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong, Bangladesh on March 16.
The match is set to start at 7:30 p.m. local time (1:30 p.m. GMT).
It will be broadcast on STAR Sports and Nepal Television in Nepal, Star Cricket – PCCW in Hong Kong, and Maasranga TV and Gazi TV in Bangladesh.
It will also be on Star Cricket in Singapore, the Philippines, and Papua New Guinea; Fiji TV in the Pacific Islands; SKY TV in New Zealand; Fox Sports Australia in Australia; CSN in Sri Lanka; STAR Sports in the Indian sub-continent; Astro in Malaysia and Brunei; Lemar TV in Afghanistan; and Ten Sports in Pakistan.
Viewers in the Middle East and North Africa can watch on OSC Sport Cricket; South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa viewers can watch on SuperSport and SABC; Canadian viewers can watch on Sportsnet; viewers in the United Kingdom can watch on SKY Sports; European viewers can tune into Eurosport; and viewers in South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and the United States can tune into ESPN.
After this match, Nepal will face Bangladesh (March 18) and Afghanistan (March 20).
Hong Kong will face Afghanistan (March 18) and Bangladesh (March 20).
The teams have previously met twice in Twenty20 matches–Nepal has won them both.
In the most recent meeting, in 2013 in the qualifying tournament for the World Cup, Nepal won off the final ball of the match.
See a key battle in the match from the tournament’s website:
Key Battles: Hong Kong v Nepal – Irfan Ahmed vs. Paras Khadka
“Both the all-rounders are in excellent form. Irfan opens the batting for Hong Kong, but it is his bowling that has recently stood out. He has taken nine wickets in four matches in the lead-up to this tournament, with his brand of fast-medium proving hard to get away – he did not concede more than seven runs per over in any of these four matches.
“Irfan hit one of the four centuries that were recorded at the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament, although he struggled in his other innings – 100 of his 197 runs came in this one innings.
“Khadka got the battle of this head-to-head when these teams met at the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. The Nepal skipper hit 46 from 39 balls to help seal his team’s five-wicket victory.
“Khadka enjoys playing against Hong Kong – he hit 68 on the other occasion they have faced each other – and Nepal’s hopes of progression in this event depend heavily on their captain and star player.”