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Match Preview: Bangladesh vs Netherlands, ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 28th Match


ICC World Cup  •  28 Oct, 2023  •  4,797 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

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Kolkata's iconic Eden Gardens is abuzz as World Cup 2023 unfolds its next chapter with a tantalising face-off between Bangladesh and the Netherlands. As Bangladesh can anticipate a surge of support with thousands journeying from Dhaka and beyond, the cultural ties and seamless travel options between Kolkata and Bangladesh set the stage for more than just a cricket match—it's a celebration of shared heritage and passion.

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Venue Insights

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Eden Gardens, known for its historical significance in world cricket, has often been the stage for high-scoring affairs. Despite only hosting one ODI in the past six years, this venue has showcased a preference towards batsmen with an average first innings total of 241. As the game advances, spinners typically come into play, putting up an exciting face-off between the batters and the spinners. The last time an ODI was played here, Sri Lanka could only manage a score of 215 against India, hinting at the challenges the pitch might offer. Despite this, the IPL has seen some soaring scores at this venue, suggesting that batsmen who get set can capitalize.

Form Guide - Bangladesh

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Bangladesh enters this match after a disheartening 149-run loss to South Africa. Though Mahmudullah's century was a silver lining, the team struggled, particularly in the bowling department. Apart from Mahmudullah's brave century against South Africa, Bangladesh's top order faltered, slipping to 81 for 6 at one point, underlining the need for a solid start in the upcoming game. Currently positioned eighth after five games, Bangladesh retains aspirations of advancing to the semi-finals, but they need a strong comeback.

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Form Guide - Netherlands

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The Netherlands, despite their recent 309-run defeat against Australia, have shown that they are no pushovers. They've already stunned South Africa and gave Sri Lanka a run for their money. Their brilliant performance against South Africa, where they emerged victorious, and their close contest with Sri Lanka, signal their intent and capability in this tournament. Such performances, spearheaded by their captain Scott Edwards, have proven that they have the potential to topple higher-ranked teams.

Players to Watch

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Mahmudullah's recent form stands out for Bangladesh, averaging 67 in the last five innings. His resurgence is vital for Bangladesh, especially considering the team management had seemingly moved on from him earlier in March. On the Dutch side, Logan van Beek is in the spotlight. Even though he had a costly spell against Australia, van Beek has been consistent in the tournament, with crucial contributions both in batting and bowling. Van Beek's vital 59-run contribution against Sri Lanka showcased his all-round abilities, making him a key player for the Netherlands.

Team Composition

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Bangladesh is likely to see the return of Taskin Ahmed, who seems fit after his shoulder issues. Towhid Hridoy might also make a comeback, given the team's misfire in their strategy against South Africa. Towhid Hridoy's inclusion might add the much-needed stability in the middle after Bangladesh's experiment with six bowlers against South Africa didn't produce the desired results. The Netherlands, however, are expected to remain unchanged, continuing their support for Max O'Dowd, despite his string of low scores. The team's faith in Max O'Dowd underscores their belief in backing their players during tough phases.

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Pitch and Weather Report

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Historically, Eden Gardens offers a batting-friendly pitch. Recent IPL matches have seen high totals, but it's essential to note that Sri Lanka was bowled out for just 215 by India earlier this year. While the pitch is expected to be batting-friendly, spinners might come into play as the game progresses, potentially adding another dimension to the game strategy. The IPL records suggest the possibility of a high-scoring game, yet the recent ODI result with Sri Lanka provides a contrasting story. The weather in Kolkata promises a hot and humid day with no rain in the forecast. A temperature of around 32°C with 55% humidity is expected, along with a gentle breeze.

Predicted Line-ups

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Bangladesh (Probable): Mahmudullah, Shakib Al Hasan (capt), Mustafizur Rahman, Nasum Ahmed/Towhid Hridoy, Shoriful Islam, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Taskin Ahmed, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Litton Das, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Tanzid Hasan

Netherlands (Probable): Logan van Beek, Vikramjit Singh, Roelof van der Merwe, Teja Nidamanuru, Max O'Dowd, Bas de Leede, Paul van Meekeren, Scott Edwards (capt & wk), Sybrand Engelbrecht, Aryan Dutt, Colin Ackermann

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Broadcast Details

The NED vs BAN live streaming and telecast for the World Cup 2023 match will be available on the Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar for viewers in India. For those in the Netherlands, the match will be showcased on NOS Sport. Meanwhile, fans in Bangladesh can catch the action live on Gazi TV. In terms of timing, the match is set to commence at 2 PM Local Time (IST) in India, with the toss happening at 1:30 PM Local Time (IST). For viewers in the Netherlands, the match will begin at 10:30 AM CEST, and in Bangladesh, the start time is 2:30 PM BST.

Conclusion

With World Cup fervour reaching its peak, both Bangladesh and the Netherlands are poised at crucial junctures in their campaigns. While Bangladesh seeks redemption after recent setbacks, the Dutch aim to harness their underdog spirit, having showcased their mettle against giants in the past. As Eden Gardens gears up for this contest, fans, both in the stadium and globally, await a cricketing spectacle that promises both drama and skill.

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