India bounced back from their loss to arch-rivals Pakistan to hand Nepal a huge 249-run defeat as the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup group stage heads towards a conclusion.
Elsewhere, Pakistan kept on winning, beating Bangladesh by 10 wickets, the West Indies beat South Africa and England beat Australia.
Ajay Kumar Reddy (128) and Hanuman Pooniya (120) put on 317 together as India piled up 342 for three in their 20 overs and Nepal managed just 93 all out in 14.3 overs in reply. Dilip Munde took three wickets.
Bangladesh were similarly outclassed, scoring a modest 91 for nine after Pakistan invited them to bat first. Pakistan cruised to 93 without loss in 4.1 overs to leave Bangladesh still searching for their first win of the competition.
South Africa posted 193 for six but were well beaten by the West Indies, for whom opener Halden Forde hit 105 not out to secure the day's other 10-wicket victory.
The game between England and Australia was a much closer affair and it was England who prevailed by three wicketsMatt Horsey hit 127 for Australia as they made 273 for five. England's reply was an up and down affair until eventually they got over the line, Matt Dean scoring 95 not out.
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