The Dutch last featured in an ODI World Cup back in 2011, when the tournament was last held in India. Netherlands has also featured in the 1996, 2003 and 2007 editions of the World Cup.
Netherlands beat Scotland by four lattices in an ICC Justice World Cup Qualifier match at Queen Sports Club in Bulawayo on Thursday and good for the ODI World Cup 2023.
Netherlands took the final available spot for the ODI World Cup 2023, to be held in India in October- November. It joins Sri Lanka as the alternate platoon to qualify from the qualifying round for the 10- platoon event.
India, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, England, New Zealand, Afghanistan and South Africa formerly qualified for the quadrennial event after finishing in the top eight of the World Cup Super League.
Netherlands will take on Sri Lanka in the final of the qualifying event on Sunday. The result, still, will effectively be inconsequential as both brigades have formerly secured a World Cup situation.
The Dutch last featured in an ODI World Cup back in 2011, when the event was last held in India. Netherlands has also featured in the 1996, 2003 and 2007 editions of the World Cup.
The Netherlands are the alternate platoon to make it to the forthcoming World Cup in India through the qualifiers. Sri Lanka, earlier, came the first platoon to make it to the 10- platoon event in India.
The Netherlands and Sri Lanka will play in the final of the ICC World Cup qualifiers. still, the result of that match won’t change anything regarding the qualification.
Scotland maundered first in the deciding match of the qualifier. Brandon McMullen scored 106 (110) and captain Richie Berrington indented up 64( 84) to take the platoon to 277. Bas de Leede was the pick of the bowlers. He ended with5/52.
The Netherlands demanded to cross the target within 44 overs. Vikramjit Singh indented up 40 (49) but the star of the innings was Bas de Leede formerly again. The all- rounder smashed seven four and five sixes for his 123 in 92 balls and made sure that his platoon crossed the target in 42.5 overs.
Though Scotland’s bowlers were substantially provident, they couldn’t stop the Netherlands from reaching the target within 44 overs. Though Netherlands and Scotland have three triumphs in five matches, Netherlands ’ net run rate has moved to0.160 while Scotland has 0.102.
In the Super Six table, Sri Lanka are still unbeaten with four successive palms. The Netherlands are in the alternate position with three triumphs and a loss. Sri Lanka still has a game to go in the Super Six. They will face West Indies on Friday for the last match. West Indies, on the other hand, have been knocked out of the event for the first time. They’ve only one palm from four matches so far.
India (hosts), Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Bangladesh, England, Afghanistan and South Africa are the other eight brigades to make it to the World Cup. They qualified after finishing in the top eight of the World Cup Super League.
Specially, the Netherlands last good for the Men’s ODI World Cup in 2011, which was also held in India. Know More Latest Cricket News…