After finishing as the runners-up in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2023, the Netherlands qualified for the World Cup 2023 as Qualifier 1
2023 World Cup Qualifiers Journey:
Scott Edwards & Co enters the 2023 World Cup after their brilliant performance in the Qualifiers held in Zimbabwe. The Dutch side started their excellent journey in the World Cup Qualifiers by beating the United States, Nepal, and West Indies in the group stages, followed by their victories over Oman and Scotland in the Super Six stage of Qualifiers.
ICC World Cup Qualifier– Final: The final of ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers was played between Sri Lanka and the Netherlands at the Harare Sports Club, Harare. Sri Lanka sealed the Men’s CWC Qualifiers crown with a comfortable win over the Netherlands by 128 runs.
Previous World Cups History:
The Netherlands Cricket Team has participated in four editions of Cricket World Cups which are 1996, 2003, 2007, and 2011. The Dutch cricket team has played 20 games in ODI World Cup history and won only just 2 games, the first was against Namibia in the 2003 World Cup, and the second was against Scotland in the 2007 edition of the World Cup. Ryan ten Doeschate is the leading run-scorer by the Dutch side in the World Cups.
Netherlands Cricket Team Fixtures in World Cup 2023:
The 13th edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup will commence in India from October 5 to November 19. Ten teams will be participating in the showpiece event. The Netherlands will begin their 2023 World Cup with a match against 1992 champions Pakistan at the Rajiv Gandhi Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad on October 6.
They will then face 2019 World Cup runner-up New Zealand on October 9 in Hyderabad, followed by their match against South Africa at the HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala, on October 17.
Netherlands will then face their fellow qualifiers Sri Lanka on October 21 at BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow before their clash against five-time champion Australia on October 25 at the Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium in Delhi.
The 2023 World Cup Qualifier runner-up will play against two Asian teams, first Bangladesh and then Afghanistan, on October 28 and November 3, respectively. Their last two matches of the round-robin stage will be against defending champions England and the hosts India.
Check out the Netherlands ODI World Cup 2023 fixtures with dates, timings, and venues below:
|Friday, 06 October||Pakistan vs Netherlands||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad||55,000||2:00 PM|
|Monday, 09 October||New Zealand vs Netherlands||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad||55,000||2:00 PM|
|Tuesday, 17 October||South Africa vs Netherlands||Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala||23,000||2:00 PM|
|Saturday, 21 October||Sri Lanka vs Netherlands||BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow||50,000||10:30 AM|
|Wednesday, 25 October||Australia vs Netherlands||Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium, Delhi||41,842||2:00 PM|
|Saturday, 28 October||Netherlands vs Bangladesh||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||68,000||2:00 PM|
|Friday, 3 November||Netherlands vs Afghanistan||BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow||50,000||2:00 PM|
|Wednesday, 8 November||England vs Netherlands||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune||37,406||2:00 PM|
|Saturday, 11 November||India vs Netherlands||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru||40,000||2:00 PM|