Oman are leading the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cricket League Division Two in Namibia after securing two wins in the opening two days.
They first beat the United States by six wickets at the United Cricket Club Ground in Windhoek, with Oman posting 152-4 from 47.5 overs.
Their next fixture was against Canada at the Wanderers Affies Park.
Oman, promoted from Division Three last year, earned a 99-run victory, scoring 285-7 from 50 overs.
Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea and Namibia are all chasing Oman, having gained two points each in the six team round-robin competition.
The hosts defeated Papua New Guinea by three wickets before Papua New Guinea won against Hong Kong by the same amount.
Hong Kong's two points came in a seven wicket victory against Canada.
Oman will look to continue their unbeaten run tomorrow against Hong Kong.
Papua New Guinea will play the US, while Canada meet Namibia.
The tournament forms part of the 2017–2019 cycle of the World Cricket League which determines the qualification for the 2023 Cricket World Cup.