Second Leg Live – Nepal vs Laos World Cup Qulifiers

Nepal vs Laos Live Score, Live Stream and Match Details;

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World Cup qualifiers round 1 second-leg match;
Nepal and Laos played a 1-1 draw in the first leg. The upcoming match at the new Laos National Stadium in Laos is a must-win for both teams, as there’s no away goals rule. A draw will force the game into extra time and potentially a penalty shootout, making it a pivotal moment for the future of football in both nations.

The intensity is palpable as the players and fans alike realize the significance of this contest. With the fate of advancing to the next round hanging in the balance, Nepal and Laos are gearing up for a high-stakes showdown that will shape the future of football in their countries. All eyes will be on the pitch as these two teams battle it out, knowing that only a clear victory will propel them forward, and any misstep will extend the game into extra time and penalties, adding an extra layer of drama to this critical match.

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Match Details Value
Match Date & Time (Nepali Time) 5:45 PM
Match Type FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers
Live Streaming
Venue New Laos National Stadium, Vientiane

Nepal vs Laos Head-to-Head

Nepal Laos
3 Wins 2 Draws 0 Wins

In the head-to-head history of matches between Nepal and Laos, Nepal has maintained an impeccable record, never experiencing defeat at the hands of Laos.

Over the course of the previous five encounters, Nepal emerged victorious in three of them while settling for two draws. The very first encounter, a friendly match in May 2016, took place in Laos and concluded with a 1-1 draw, marking the only instance where Nepal played on Laotian soil.

The rest of the matches were played in Nepal, with one unique fixture (Solidarity Cup 2016) taking place in Malaysia.

Nepali squad for World Cup 2026 Qualifiers against Laos:

Goalkeepers: Kiran Kumar Limbu, Deep Karki, Abhishek Baral

Defenders: Sanish Shrestha, Ananta Tamang, Ashish Gurung, Rohit Chand, Anjan Rai, Aashish Chaudhary, Amrit Shrestha

Midfielders: Sudip Gurung, Laken Limbu, Awas Lamichhane, Utsav Rai, Kritish Ratna Chhunju, Manish Dangi, Arik Bista

Forwards: Anjan Bista, Ayush Ghalan, Gillespye Jung Karki, Dinesh Henjan, Hisub Thapaliya, Sanjeeb Bista

Also Read: Laos Clash: Nepal’s Crucial Second Leg in World Cup 2026 Qualifiers

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