ICC World Cup 2023: Netherlands vs Bangladesh head to head, Records and other stats

The 28th match of the 2023 World Cup, Netherlands vs Bangladesh match is scheduled to play on Saturday, October 28 at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. This match is scheduled to begin at 2:00 PM IST and will be played under floodlights. Currently with just one win and four losses, the Netherlands is at the bottom of the points standings. Bangladesh, on the other side, is in ninth place despite having only one victory as well because of a higher net run rate.

The Dutch cricket team was soundly beaten in their most recent game in Delhi against Australia. Australia made a magnificent score of 399/8 when batting first, thanks to centuries from David Warner and Glenn Maxwell, who also set a record for the fastest ODI World Cup century. The Dutch squad was hustled out for just ninety runs in retaliation. With their astounding victory margin of 309 runs, Australia has now set a record for the biggest margin of victory in ODI World Cup history.

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Bangladesh lost to South Africa by 149 runs in their most recent match, and they also had a difficult time. With Quinton de Kock scoring a stunning 174 off 140 balls and Heinrich Klaasen scoring 90 off 49 balls, they lost 382/5 when bowling first. Mahmudullah made a valiant century, but Bangladesh could muster just 233 runs in all.

Let’s now examine Bangladesh vs Netherlands head-to-head record in One-Day Internationals. Only twice in the past have these two squads faced off, with each club taking home a victory. In their first meeting, the Netherlands won by six wickets in Glasgow in 2010, while Bangladesh repaid the favor in Chattogram in 2011 by winning by a similar margin.

The Netherlands and Bangladesh have already faced each other in an ODI World Cup match; that match took place in Chattogram in 2011. In this case, Bangladesh chased the target of 161 and won by six wickets.

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It’s clear from examining the last five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) that the Netherlands and Bangladesh have only played twice. In July 2010, the Dutch overcame the target of 200 by six wickets, because of the contributions of Eric Szwarczynski (67) and Wesley Barresi (64*). Imrul Kayes shined with an undefeated 73 as Bangladesh successfully chased down 161, winning by six wickets in the 2011 World Cup match in Chattogram.

The two One-Day Internationals (ODIs) between Bangladesh and the Netherlands are summarized here:

– On March 14, 2011, Bangladesh (166/4) defeated the Netherlands (160) by 6 wickets.

– On July 20, 2010, the Netherlands (200/4) defeated Bangladesh (199/7) by a margin of six wickets.

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