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Preview: Netherlands vs New Zealand - ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, 6th Match


ICC World Cup  •  9 Oct, 2023  •  5,502 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

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New Zealand, often underestimated, stunned many with their emphatic victory over England in their World Cup 2023 opener. Despite missing key players, their unconventional strategy paid off, setting the stage for their upcoming match.

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Now, as they prepare for their next fixture in Hyderabad, they're set to face the spirited Netherlands, a team eager to make its mark.

Big Picture

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The New Zealand team, often underestimated, proved their strength by defeating England, even with some key players unable to play due to injury. They impressed with their performance and are now focused on their upcoming match against the Netherlands in Hyderabad.

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During their previous game against England, they showcased their skill by limiting England to a score of 282 for 9 without their main bowlers. The team is eager to maintain its momentum and take on the determined Netherlands side.

Form Guide - Netherlands

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The Netherlands have shown their strength with a record of LLWWL in their last five matches. They finished second in the World Cup Qualifier and gave Pakistan a tough challenge in their first game.

They are ready to prove themselves again. Their exceptional performance in the World Cup Qualifiers placed them ahead of three full-member nations and demonstrated their preparedness for top-tier competition.

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Form Guide - New Zealand

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New Zealand's recent form, marked by WWWLL, combined with their dominant performance against England, suggests they are at the top of their game. Historically, they have had the upper hand over the Netherlands in ODIs, which bolsters their confidence.

New Zealand have triumphed in all four encounters with the Netherlands, with three victories by a margin of over 100 runs, highlighting their past dominance.

Key Players

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Devon Conway, having amassed 601 runs for New Zealand this year, is a player to watch. For the Netherlands, Vikramjit Singh stands out due to his consistent displays, as underscored by his impressive outing against Pakistan.

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Conway's form, which includes four centuries this year, poses a significant threat to the Netherlands, while Vikramjit remains a glimmer of hope for the Dutch, especially after his notable World Cup debut.

Pitch and Weather Report

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The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad is known for its run-fest matches. Conditions for the upcoming match look promising for cricketers, with clear skies, a batting-friendly wicket, and temperate weather forecasted.

Historically, the pitch has had a first-innings average score of around 290 runs, and with no rain expected, a full game is anticipated.

Team News

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For New Zealand, Southee might be returning, but there's doubt regarding Ferguson. The Netherlands have worries about Logan van Beek's fitness. The final playing XI for both sides is keenly awaited.

New Zealand's tactical decisions, evident in their game against England, suggest a flexible team selection, while the Netherlands may be more conservative, given the length of the tournament and potential injury risks.

Team Lineup

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New Zealand (Possible XI):

Mitchell Santner, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (capt, wk), Glenn Phillips, Trent Boult, Rachin Ravindra, Devon Conway, Will Young, Tim Southee/Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Mark Chapman

Netherlands (Possible XI):

Saqib Zulfiqar, Vikramjit Singh, Scott Edwards (capt, wk), Teja Nidamanuru, Colin Ackermann, Roelof van der Merwe, Bas de Leede, Max O'Dowd, Aryan Dutt, Paul van Meekeren, Ryan Klein

Logan van Beek has a hamstring issue, and given the ongoing nature of the tournament, the Netherlands might be hesitant to risk their key paceman.

Venue Insights

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The Hyderabad wicket, with its brownish hue and absence of grass, traditionally supports high scores. It provides a balanced contest between bat and ball, making it a testing venue for any side.

Furthermore, the pitch at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium can offer pacers early assistance with seam and swing, making the initial overs vital for both teams.

Broadcast Details

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The Star Sports Network holds the exclusive broadcasting rights. The match will be broadcast in multiple languages, ensuring extensive coverage. Digital aficionados can tune in to the action on Disney+ Hotstar.

With the game available across various platforms and languages, supporters from diverse regions can relish the spectacle without any disruption.

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Conclusion

With the stage set for New Zealand and the Netherlands, the stakes are high. The Netherlands, having shown their resilience in earlier games, aim to defy historical statistics and make a significant stride towards their World Cup aspirations.

Conversely, New Zealand, with an impeccable record against Associate nations, will be eager to sustain their momentum. The cricketing fraternity watches with bated breath.

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