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The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup match between Sri Lanka and Nepal at Central Broward Regional Park in Florida has been officially abandoned due to heavy rain and flood warnings in Lauderhill.

This unfortunate turn of events significantly impacts both teams’ chances of progressing to the Super Eights stage.

Washed away T20 World Cup dreams

Despite tireless efforts from ground staff and the unwavering spirit of passionate Nepalese fans who braved the elements, the persistent rain and subsequent flooding made the game unplayable.

This abandonment likely dashes Sri Lanka‘s hopes of advancing further in the tournament. Nepal, also seeking their first win, now faces an even steeper climb in Group D.

Nepal next match: Must-Win encounter

With Sri Lanka’s campaign likely over, Nepal now shifts its focus to a crucial match against South Africa.

The Proteas have already secured their place in the next round, making this a must-win fixture for the Asian team if they want to stay alive in the competition.

Sri Lanka final fixture: Glimmer of hope?

Sri Lanka’s final game against the Netherlands on June 17th remains, but their qualification path has become incredibly narrow. Mathematically, a chance exists, but they would need a significant change in fortunes and other results to go their way.


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Lauderhill hopes for sunshine

Locals in Lauderhill will be eagerly hoping for better weather this weekend, as the venue is scheduled to host the USA vs Ireland match on June 15th.

The rain may have dampened spirits at the Florida ground, but the T20 World Cup in Group D is far from over. Nepal will be desperate for a win against South Africa, while Sri Lanka’s fate hangs in the balance.

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Rain washes out Sri Lanka vs Nepal T20 World Cup match, upending Group D hopes


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