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| On Oct 21, 2021 11:26 PM IST

SL vs NED T20 World Cup 2021: Possible Playing 11 of Netherlands


NED Playing 11: In the last league fixture of the Group stages, the Netherlands team will compete with the Sri Lanka team. They have lost 2 matches and will not be able to make it to the Super 12 stages.

In their last fixture, they lost by in a close encounter against Namibia. The team posted a total of 166 on the board, with the contributions of 70 from Max O Dowd and 35 from Colin Ackermann. While Edwards and Myburgh were impressive as well. The bowlers tried well, but could not induce key wickets of the opposition team and failed to defend the score.

Team News

  • The team will not progress into the next stage, as they have 2 losses.
  • They are expected to bring Paul Van Mekereen in place of Logan Van Beek.

NED Playing 11 (likely)

The Netherlands team will not progress into the next stage, and it will be a disappointing moment for them. Despite of such an experienced and talented bowling attack, they could not defend the score well in the last fixture and have themselves to blame for the loss.

The experienced Paul Van Mekereen is expected to be included in the Playing for this match in place of pacer Logan Van Beek. While the batters produced fine performances in the last fixture, and are expected to boasts of the same batting order. They certainly would look to end their campaign with a win over the Sri Lanka team.

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NED Playing 11 (likely)

1. Max O’Dowd
2. Stephan Myburgh
3. Ben Cooper
4. Colin Ackermann
5. Ryan ten Doeschate
6. Scott Edwards (wk)
7. Roelof van der Merwe
8. Pieter Seelaar (c)
9. Paul Van Mekereen
10. Fred Klaassen
11. Timm Van der Gugten

Netherlands Squad

Netherlands Squad: Pieter Seelaar (c), Colin Ackermann, Philippe Boissevain, Ben Cooper, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards, Brandon Glover, Fred Klaassen, Stephan Myburgh, Max O’Dowd, Ryan Ten Doeschate, Logan van Beek, Timm van der Gugten, Roelof van der Merwe, Paul van Meekeren

Where to Watch SL vs NED Live T20 World Cup 2021

WATCH SL vs NED T20 World Cup 2021 Live on Star Sports 1 and Disney+ Hotstar. This fixture is expected to be an entertaining encounter due to the talented set of players, the teams possesses. The Sri Lanka team will be reeling with confidence after qualifying for the Super 12 stage, while the Netherlands team would look to end the league stage with a win. Watch the Sri Lanka vs Netherlands Match 12 of T20 World Cup 2021 on Disney+Hotstar online. If you do not have the liberty of watching the tournament on TV, the streaming platform Disney+Hotstar plan will be for those people.

4 Fantasy picks for Sri Lanka vs Netherlands from NED

1. Max O’Dowd

The opener of the Netherlands team is the leading run scorer in the tournament. He has hit consecutive half centuries. In the last match, he scored 70 off 56 balls to help the team in postig a strong total of 164 runs on the board.

Name Matches Runs/Wickets Average
Max O’Dowd 42 1159 30.50

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2. Peiter Seelaar

The leader of the Netherlands can be one of the finest performers due to his all round capabilities. He has been consistent in taking wickets and displayed his batting caliber in the first fixture by scoring 21 runs.

Name Matches Runs/Wickets Average
Peiter Seelaar 76 589/57 17.84/22.24

3. Colin Ackermann

Ackermann is one of the most experienced players in the Netherlands team due to his exposure to the T20 Blast and the Hundred tournaments. In the last fixture, he scored 35 off 32 balls and served as the backbone in the middle order and would look to continue the same form.

Name Matches Runs Average
Colin Ackermann 13 289 28.90

4. Fred Klaassen

The bowler is in fine form in this year with his pace and variations to contain runs and take wickets. He has gained confidence after playing well in T20 Blast for Kent. In the last fixture, he took a wicket with a superb economy of 3.50.

Name Matches Wickets Average
Fred Klaassen 23 22 27.86

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