Hosts Oman made it two wins from two games at the ACC Premier Cup today, with Saudi Arabia also recording a win over Hong Kong on day three of the qualifier for the Asia Cup.

Oman's game against Cambodia in the morning session was - somewhat surprisingly - shortened by rain to an 11 over contest, with the home side put into bat after losing the toss. Naseem Khushi clubbed 69 from just 27 balls to help his team post 154-6 from their 11 overs.

Captain Luqman Butt scored an unbeaten 41 from 21 balls in the Cambodia reply, but there were only two other double digit scores as they were kept to 91-7, losing by 63 runs.

In the afternoon, Saudi Arabia captain Hisham Shaikh won the toss and chose to bat first against Hong Kong in the first match between the sides in over a decade. Abdul Waheed top scored for the Saudis with 77 from 51 balls whilst Manan Ali scored 44 from just 18 balls as his team racked up 202-8 from their 20 overs.

Hong Kong captain Nizakat Khan contributed 73 from 51 balls in their reply, but the only other score of note was Anshy Rath's 29 as they were bowled out for 147, losing by 55 runs. Usman Najeeb and Zain Ul Abidin both took three wickets for the Saudis.

Tomorrow will feature a full slate of four matches. In Group A action in the morning, Hong Kong take on Nepal whilst Malaysia play Qatar. In Group B play in the afternoon session, hosts Oman face off against UAE whilst Bahrain come up against Kuwait.