Compared to Oman, Nepal have a superior bowling attack with the likes of Sandeep Lamichhane, KC Karan and Abinash Bohara.
Nepal have a better balanced side while Oman rely heavily on three or four of their players to win matches for them.
Oman have the advantage of playing in their own conditions and they will be having a much better idea about the nature of the pitch.
Oman and Nepal have both been impressive in this series. The former have the home advantage on their side while the latter are looking in good form. The hosts do have a pretty decent team but they seem to be over-dependent on some of their players to score runs and pick wickets for them. Nepal, on the other hand, are a better balanced team and they have performed collectively as a unit in this series. They even have a stronger bowling group which is another reason why we are backing them to emerge victorious in this encounter.